TSWA Boy's All-State Team Includes Four Area Standouts

Hurst, Thorne, Johnson And Rivers Honored By State Sports Writers

Tuesday, April 20, 2021

The Tennessee Sports Writer’s Association has released its 2021 Boy’s All-State team and the Chattanooga-area has four student-athletes named to the list of honorees. Among those area athletes selected there were three seniors and a sophomore.

Cleveland’s Grant Hurst was honored in Class AAA, while Kerrick Thorne of Howard was selected in Class AA. Both of these talented seniors led their respective teams to this past season's state playoff quarterfinal rounds.

In Division II, Boyd Buchanan’s sophomore standout Caden Johnson was named in Class A and multi-sport sensation and Memphis football commit Eric Rivers of McCallie was honored in Class AA.

TSWA 2021 BOY’S ALL-STATE TEAM
Class AAA
Mason Miller, Germantown Houston, Sr.
Matthew Schneider, Siegel, Sr.
Grant Slatten, White County, Sr.
Johnathan Lawson, Germantown Houston, Sr.
Amarr Knox, Bartlett, Jr.
Davon Barnes, Collierville, Sr.
Philip Dotson, Arlington, Jr.
Grant Hurst, Cleveland, Sr.
Jonathan Milloway, Oak Ridge, Sr.
Reed Kemp, Franklin, Sr.
Ametri Moss, Clarksville Northwest, Sr.
Micah Simpson, Morristown East, Jr.
Keynan Cutlip, Science Hill, Jr.
Brandon Miller, Cane Ridge, Jr.
John Windley, Brentwood, Sr.
 
Class AA
Jakobi Gillespie, Greeneville, Jr.
Trey Morrow, Scott, Jr.
Toris Woods, Bolivar Central, Sr.
Reid Satterfield, Greeneville, Jr.
Harper Neal, Kingston, Sr.
Colby Raymer, Kingston, Jr.
Alex Rush, Upperman, Sr.
Matthew Sells, Livingston Academy, Sr.
Kerrick Thorne, Howard School, Sr.
Brandon Maclin, South Side, Sr.
Tylon Chatman, Haywood, So.
Dylan Bartley, Sullivan East, Jr.
JaQuan Lax, Bolivar Central, Sr.
Dalton Colbert, Chester County, Sr.
Gus Davenport, Cannon County, Jr.
 


 
Class A
Trey Johnson, Cosby, Sr.
Walter Peggs, Madison Academic, Sr.
Grant Strong, Clay County, Jr.
Elijah Young, Gleason, Sr.
Kaleb Meredith, University High-Johnson City, Sr.
Chriss Schultz, North Greene, Jr.
Dylan Woods, Memphis Academy of Health Sciences, Sr.
Nathan Bowling, Oneida, Sr.
Jordan McCullum, Harriman, Fr.
Jalen Anglin, West Carroll, Jr.
Demarkus Kee, Peabody, Jr.
Daniel Nicholson, Richland, Sr.
Zach Amonett, Pickett County, Jr.
Cayden Jones, Monterey, Sr.
Christian Ballard, Madison Academic, Sr.
 
D-II A
Alex Anderson, Tipton-Rosemark, Sr.
Kameron Jones, Evangelical Christian, Sr.
Braeden Moore, Christ Presbyterian Academy, Jr.
Tyler Byrd, Tipton-Rosemark, Jr.
Daniel Egbuniwe, First Assembly Christian School, Jr.
Lukas Walls, Webb School-Knoxville, So.
Jose Rodriguez, Concord Christian, Jr.
Caden Johnson, Boyd Buchanan, So.
Dylan Arnold, Jackson Christian, Sr.
Jaxon Toney, Harding Academy, Jr.
PJay Smith, Goodpasture Christian, Sr.
Evan Eursher, Webb School-Bell Buckle, Jr.
Isaiah West, Goodpasture Christian, So.
Braden Zapp, Christ Presbyterian Academy, Sr.
RJ Casey, Franklin Road Academy, Jr.

DII-AA
B.J.

Edwards, Knoxville Catholic, Jr.
Chandler Jackson, Christian Brothers, Jr.
Trent McNair, Brentwood Academy, Jr.
Reese McMullen, Christian Brothers, Sr.
Cooper Haynes, Briarcrest Christian, Fr.
Blue Cain, Knox Catholic, So.
Eric Rivers, McCallie School, Sr.
Handje Tamba, Knox Catholic, Jr.
Malik Dia, Ensworth School, Jr.
Jackson Francis, Montgomery Bell Academy, Jr.



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