Rocky Top League basketball rosters

DeRoyal Industries (Coach Pat Walden)

James “Boo” Jackson, Knoxville resident

Larricus Cunningham, former Lee player

Lorenza Ross, Lincoln Memorial

Desmond Johnson, former Lincoln Memorial player

Lester Wilson, East Tennessee State

Paul Woodson, Lincoln Memorial

Keenan Peterson, Lincoln Memorial

C. J. Wakeley, Lincoln Memorial

Curtis Webb, Lincoln Memorial

Ryan Walden, Knoxville resident

Choice Spine (Coach Rick Campbell)

Jordan McRae, Tennessee

J.P. Primm, former UNC Asheville player

Jake Troyli, Lincoln Memorial

Jairocey Simpson, Lincoln Memorial

Jamar Board, Mountain State

Jonathan Adams, UTC assistant coach

Jared Johnson, Carson-Newman

Quinton Chievous, Tennessee

Odell Parker, Carson-Newman

Carson Brooks, Carson-Newman

Campus Lights (Coach Brent Watts)

Kenny Hall, Tennessee

Tyler Smith, former UT player

Dane Bradshaw, former UT player

Blake Jenkins, Belmont

Milton Stanley, former Maryville player

Darryl Garrett, Lincoln Memorial

Derek Reese, Tennessee

Tim Pierce, Lincoln Memorial

E’Jay Ward, Tennessee Wesleyan

Jose Agosto, Maryville College

Rice Buick GMC (Coach Kirk Naler)

Wayne Chism, former UT player

J. P. Prince, former UT player

Ricky Taylor, Chattanooga

Tony White Jr., former College of Charleston player

Rico White, Chattanooga

Deontra Jefferson, former Chattanooga player

Stephen Pearl, former UT player

Rob Murphy, Tennessee

Galen Campbell, Tennessee

Ben Williamson, former Maryville player

R. Larry Smith Insurance (Coach Chad Smith)

Bobby Maze, former UT player

Skylar McBee, Tennessee

Josh Richardson, Tennessee

Greg Hernandez, former Maryville player

Jon Higgins, former UT player

Vincent Bailey, Lincoln Memorial

Ron Slay, former UT player

Jammoris Gaines, Lee

Dre Mathieu, Knoxville native

Drew Standifer, King College

Knoxville News Sentinel (Coach Zane Duncan)

D’Mario Curry, former Lincoln Memorial player

Melvin Goins, former UT player

Cameron Tatum, former UT player

Yemi Makanjuola, Tennessee

Steve Benente, Lee

Brandon Lopez, Tennessee

Joey Boedwig, Maryville

Chance Jones, Lincoln Memorial

Monte Calloway, former Maryville player

Curtis McMillion, Lincoln Memorial

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AtopTheHill06 writes:

My money is on Campus Lights. Never count out a team with Dane Bradshaw.

BobbyGraham writes:

in response to AtopTheHill06:

My money is on Campus Lights. Never count out a team with Dane Bradshaw.

Yes. They will need his 7 points and 5 rebounds night in and night out to win this league.

ncvol59 writes:

So how did Rice Buick load up like this?


Campus lights would have to be coached by a guy named "WATTS".

Hoops43 writes:

in response to ncvol59:

So how did Rice Buick load up like this?

Their success will depend on the attendance of the players. There will be a few that make limited visits.

Wayfarer writes:

Sad not see a few of the better local high school guys this year. I would rather see them than some of the other college players. Gives them experience and showcases them.

mocsandvolsfan writes:

I suppose Rocky Top league is a good outlet for these youngsters. but I DO hope it's that and not a "bad habit" machine. I mean Jordan was just getting the hang of team ball last year. Being the lead scorer in this league is no big deal. It's nice but it won't make you the go to guy at UT.

That said I think McRae might well be a go to guy this year. Trae, Jordan, Jarnell, MAYMON, Richardson/anyone else on a given night could be a "go to". Last season we had nights where you didn't know who'd be there and who wouldn'

mocsandvolsfan writes:

in response to EightLetters:

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"wannabes"?? That could be any player anywhere in the country. Heck I wannabe NBA...However I don't think they'll even give a 57 year old a shot...'course when I was 20 they wouldn't have either.

We might just have a coupla NBA types around the programs now. Who knows?

Bluescats may have a couple of first rounders this next year...but oh yeah, they're already pros. Why else would they choose blue?hehe

gamecockfan writes:

I gotta cheer on R. Larry Smith Insurance team.
My dear friend is on that team.
Go Jon!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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