We Got Next: A Look at the Best ’28s in TN
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. Jaslyn Butler HEIGHT 6'2" POS C…
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.
This 6’2 lefty has a body that is ready to compete at the HS varsity level right now. Her size is just intimidating, and she rebounds and pivots with force. Offensively she’s a bit raw, but had worked very hard the past two offseasons. Has the size and strength to score through, score over, or score around. Not a lot of polish, but she doesn’t really need it yet to still get her team 15pts/10rbs/4blks every night. She’s plainly one of the best posts in the state.
An old school PG that can really score points in a hurry too. More than just a stand still shooter, she’s supremely comfortable attacking off the dribble too. Nice pull up jumper, and nice variety of finishes around the rim. Developing float game. Great court vision.
Brewer is one of the most diverse player’s in the ’28 class. She’s skilled enough to run PG, strong enough to play post. She’s comfortable sliding and and being a guard, she can shoot the 3, sneaky quick. She also grew up a post and knows how to score around the rim. Just a really effective ball player that impacts winning in a big way. True competitor.
Plays on the defending state champion Englewood squad, and will be asked to lead them in scoring this year. She’s turned herself into a 3 level scorer with nice efficiency numbers at all 3 levels. She can get hot in a hurry from 3! Knows how to use her size to be an effective finisher in the paint. Really enjoy this kids game.
Harper is a truly a modern “big.” She’s big and strong enough to battle inside (and really plays with grit and competitiveness as well). Athletic enough to get out in transition and attack the rim. Skilled enough to play on the perimeter as a guard. I think White will be a fantastic HS player down the road.