Jay Boyd, Hiram
The new Lincoln Memorial commit has shown why he's been so highly sought after this fall. He's a true two-way player that always brings motor and toughness along with his ability to guard the ball defensively and create offense on the other end. The Railsplitters are consistently getting Division I level talents into their program and Boyd is no different. He should have a big year leading a very good Hornets squad.
Preston Parker, Sequoyah
Parker has had a very new look to his game this fall, spending a lot of time playing the lead guard spot making plays with the ball in his hands. The UAH commit has shown that he has a very well rounded offensive game and is capable of putting up big numbers in a hurry. Don't be surprised if you see some big scoring outputs next to his name this season.
Brandon Rechsteiner, Etowah
We've said it time and time again about how much Hokie fans will love Rechsteiner in Blacksburg. When he was on the floor this fall, not many players commanded the attention that he did and he showed why with his play. He's an elite level play maker and shot maker, which he has shown throughout his career at Etowah and this season will be no different.
CJ Brown, Kell
Brown is arguably the most explosively athletic player in the state. He consistently showed the ability to make electrifying plays above the rim and is always a walking highlight reel. He makes plays off the bounce and is very difficult to stay in front of. He's one of many reasons that Kell will be state championship favorites this season.
Cal Liston, Lassiter
You have to respect the work that Liston has put in this fall. While it's not always pretty, he's the type of player that any coach would love to have. He's tough as nails, willing to do the dirty work and extra-effort plays, and has scored the ball well from the perimeter and on the interior. His motor and toughness leads to production and he had some highly productive games this fall.
Cam Pope, Cherokee
Pope was one of the better playmakers that we had this fall and Cherokee will be leaning on him to continue that this season. He should spend a lot of time with the ball in his hands as his craftiness showed well throughout our fall league. He is also capable of knocking down perimeter shots and playing with a lot of toughness. A number of collegiate programs are pursuing him and it's no surprise why.