We Got Next: A Look at the Best ’28s in the State (Part II)
The 2028 class is loaded with talent in TN all across the state. As the kids all starting their middle school seasons, let’s take a look at the best 8th graders in the state. Kylie Norwood HEIGHT 5'10" POS CG…
The 2028 class is loaded with talent in TN all across the state. As the kids all starting their middle school seasons, let’s take a look at the best 8th graders in the state.
Norwood has a fantastic game suited for high level high school basketball. They lefty is already knocking down 3s amongst the best in the state. She can score at the rim, or can jumpstop and make a decision off two feet. A tremendous passer that see’s what others can. High level defender and shot blocker for a wing as well.
Charlie Rae Hutchinson
Charlie Rae Hutchinson
An electric athlete with an explosive first step, a smooth stroke from the perimeter and the ability to finish creatively around the basket, Charlie Rae looks to use her blue collar old school work ethic to contribute as an 8th grader at Columbia Academy. Dynamic shot maker.
Johnson is about as dynamic as they come in TN’s 28 class. She is an exceptional playmaker who can light it up from anywhere on the court. She is also willing to make you pay with pinpoint creative passing. A VERY high level offensive game for this kid. Johnson will contribute as an 8th grader for FRA.
Hall plays with the power and force of an old-school back to the basketball bruiser. She possesses high level instincts off the ball, and ends up averaging 10+ rebounds, and always being in the right place at the right time. Likes to attack downhill facing the rim. If you let her get to her right hand, you’re in trouble! She’s a walking double double.
A true floor general who gets everyone involved. Cool as the other side of the pillow when pressured. Can create for herself when the situation calls for it. Sam is a solid defender. Starting at PG for Blackman Middle since 6th grade Sam looks to lead her squad to a TMSAA Championship 3peat. She’s grown up in a tremendous basketball culture, and she’s the type of kid that has already played in some bright lights. She’s right there with the best ’28 PGs in the state.