2020-21 GHSA All Classification Pre-Season All-State Teams


G – Bruce Thornton
Milton, 2022

Thornton is a relentless lead guard who can score in a variety of ways.

G – Scoot Henderson
Kell, 2022

Scoot is a high major guard that can score and pass. His game is evolving and he has tremendous upside.

W – Kowacie Reeves Jr
Westside-Macon, 2021

At 6-foot-7, his ability to shoot the ball makes him a hot commodity.

W – Matthew Cleveland
Pace Academy, 2021

He’s a man amongst boys against his age group with a combination of power and athleticism that’s unmatched on the wing.

F – Jabari Smith
Sandy Creek, 2021

He is an elite player with a world of upside due to his size, length, and skill level.


G – Peyton Daniels
Tri Cities, 2021

The Vanderbilt commit will bring plenty buckets with him to Nashville, Tennessee. Daniels is a magician putting the ball on the deck creating scoring opportunities for himself and others.

W – Jusuan Holt
St. Francis, 2021

The more we watched Holt this summer, the more we bought in. The 6-foot-6 Alabama commit is above average on the offensive end, but hangs his hat on getting stops. The Crimson Tide are getting arguably the best two-way player in Georgia’s 2021 class.

W – Chance Moore
McEachern, 2021

After a tough stretch coming off an injury, Moore bounced back in a major way this summer. The 6-foot-6 shooting guard torched defenses with his smooth-effortless scoring prowess. He is in line for an expanded role at McEachern this season, so expect the Arkansas commit to go out with a bang.

F – Cole Middleton
Pace Academy, 2021

Middleton is a coach’s dream. He is the ultimate utility guy that plays his role superbly. The 6-foot-6 Cleveland State commit cleans the glass well on both ends and has soft touch around the rim. Expect Middleton and company to hoist the state championship trophy again this season.

F – Ian Schieffelin
Grayson, 2021

Schieffelin is probably the top inside-out forward in the Georgia High School Association. His ability to pick-and-pop and score on the low block forced high majors to take a closer look. Don’t be surprised if the Clemson pledge ends up being the biggest steal in the Peach State’s 2021 class.


G – AJ White
Chattahoochee, 2021

When white gets hot he can light up the scoreboard and go on some unbelieve scoring runs.

G – Mannie Harris
Mitchell County, 2021

He’s skilled enough to play either guard position but Harris is wired to score.

G – Andrew McConnell
Lanier, 2021

If McConnell gets into a groove he can reel off four or five deep three-pointers in a row.

F – Elijah Tucker
Cherokee, 2021

Tucker’s size and skill level make him a match up problem for most defenders. 

F- Malique Ewin
Berkmar, 2022

His combination of size, strength, athleticism, skill and intellect is off the charts

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