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2021 6’6 Lucas Taylor: Another athletic wing along with Dunton, Taylor has fantastic athleticism as well as an ability to be a shooter from outside.  He consistently got downhill, using his size to finish strong as well as knockdown perimeter shots.  He also rebounded the ball well.  Taylor has an interesting blend of offensive game to go with his intriguing size and length. Stats: 28 points

2021 6’7 Redford Dunton: Dunton is already a known name around the state but he continues to impress with his game.  Standing at a long 6’7, Dunton can make an impact all over the floor. His ability to initiate the offense from the perimeter as well as score around the rim is big time.  He also has an underrated vision and ability to find teammates on the floor.  He can defend multiple positions as well. Stats: 12 points

2020 5’11 Tre Waller: a sturdy point guard, he uses his body to attack.  Waller is yet another scorer for this Heritage team but also a solid lead guard that can get others involved. Stats: 11 points


2020 6’4 Tylan Green: The senior guard played well, using his defense to create offense.  On multiple occasions, he got out in the passing lanes and finished on the other end.  He also was incredibly active on the boards for Sanderson, using his wingspan to his advantage.  Most of his points came in transition and around the rim but really loved his motor on the floor. Stats: 16 points

2020 5’10 Kaman Green: Green brought incredible energy and used his quickness to score in multiple ways.  Green used his quickness to get by defenders and attack, putting the ball on the floor and attacking.  Loved his motor on the floor and was a competitor. Stats: 14 points

2021 Evan Abolins: 10 points/ 2020 6’1 Xavier Jones: 8 points