Top Small Forwards In The State
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Versatility. When I think about the Small Forwards position, I think of young ladies who can do all things. From playing on the perimeter to contributing down low, the ability to not only score the rock, but defend is highly…
Versatility. When I think about the Small Forwards position, I think of young ladies who can do all things. From playing on the perimeter to contributing down low, the ability to not only score the rock, but defend is highly important to this position. Their ability to contribute in more ways than one, has transcended over the years. It used to be that they were just the “other” wing player. Now, having a young lady who can hoop in that spot, is an added bonus. These girls are some grinders. If used correctly, they can be formidable kids who can uplift a team to greater heights.
This state is littered with very talented girls who play this position. Blessed with size, quickness, and bring multiple skill sets to the table, if you have a hooper at this position “ bless you.” They are threats beyond measure and with their abilities to just flat out get it done, your team will definitely be in contention come the end of the year.
We take a look at some of the top small forwards across the state. None are listed in any particular order. Just girls who are a big deal, make a big impact, and will create some big-time noise.
Take a look at some of the top small forwards who compete on Tennessee soil.
2. Jaslyn Walters (5’9/Sr./ East Nashville)
4.(6’1/Sr./ Hickman Co.)
6. KaMbili “Stix” Nelson (5’11/Sr./ Arlington)
8.(6’1/ Jr./ Bradley Central)
9.(6’1/Jr./ Harpeth Hall)
10.(6’0/Jr./ Knoxville Catholic)
11.(6’0/Jr./ Jackson Southside)
12.(5’11/Jr./ Green Hill)
13.(5’11/Jr./ Moore Co.)
14.(5’9/Jr./ Creek Wood)
15.(5’10/Jr./ Lincoln Co.)
16.(6’1/ So./ Page)
17.(5’9/ So./ Ezell Harding)
18.(5 ‘9/So./ Heritage)
19.Malea Masingale (5’10/Fr./ McMinn Co.)
20.(5 ’11/ Fr./ First Assembly Christian School)