Year in, year out, BMaze Elite produces high level talent and this year is no exception. BMaze coach Brett Patterson gave us an update on this team’s roster and some key points on each player.

6’10 2022 Brandon Huntley (IMG)                                                

Top 10 ranked player in 2022. 5 Star player with an NBA body and a 7’3” wingspan. Can score on all levels. Ridiculous potential. Holds offers from everyone…Kentucky, Auburn, Tennessee, Vanderbilt, South Carolina, Georgetown, Memphis, Ole Miss, Kansas, Florida, Virginia Tech, Georgia, Florida State, Texas A&M,…

6’3 2022 BJ Edwards (Knoxville Catholic)           

Top 40 ranked player in 2022. MVP of 2020 Tennessee State Championship tournament. MVP of District, Region…named ’Player of the Year’ in Knox County. 1st Team All State. Offers from Tennessee, Georgetown, South Carolina, Virginia Tech, Vanderbilt, Wake Forest, Auburn, Seton Hall,…

6’0 2022 Presley Patterson (Knoxville Catholic)

Top 3 point shooter in all of BMaze regardless of age. Named ‘Player of the Game’ in 2020 Tennessee State Championship game, despite being guarded by 5 Star Kennedy Chandler (2021). All District, All Region. Holds school record for most 3’s by a freshman and most 3’s by a sophomore. Holds offers from Wake Forest, South Alabama and LaSalle. High Academic player.

6’11 2022 Handje Tamba (Knoxville Catholic)     

Dominate shot blocker and rebounder (7’4” wingspan). Runs like a deer. Only 3 years of basketball experience. Helped lead Knoxville Catholic to their first ever State Championship victory in 2020. High academic player (carries a 4.45 GPA). Holds offers from Georgetown, Auburn and Wake Forest.

6’0 2022 Charlie Rice (Maryville HS)                   

Fast, athletic guard. 94’ defender. Sat out sophomore year following a shoulder surgery.

6’3 2023 Blue Cain (Knoxville Catholic)

Big time slasher with tremendous leaping ability. Started as a freshman for the State Championship Knoxville Catholic team. One of his windmill dunks was featured on ESPN earlier this year.

6’0 2023 Yesan Warren (Knoxville Catholic)

Pass first guard with a big body and great handles. Sat out freshman HS season due to transferring from Maryland to Tennessee.

6’3 2023 Lucas Walls (Webb School of Knoxville)      

Long, athletic slasher that plays physical basketball. Started this season as a freshman for Webb School of Knoxville. High academic player.