This season’s team features point guard Deivon Smith (signed with Mississippi State) and shooting guard Caleb Murphy (South Florida), two of the state’s consensus top-10 senior prospects. But it was a junior, 6-foot-8 Ian Schieffelin, who stood out against Shiloh. He scored 20 points and had nine rebounds.
Grayson lost to a Georgia team, Newton, on the road Dec. 10 but routed defending Class AAAAAAA champion McEachern the next night, ending the Indians’ 39-game winning streak. Grayson has beaten five top-10 teams from its own class, plus Alabama’s No. 1-ranked team, once-beaten Mountain Brook of Birmingham, and Georgia Class AAAAA No. 1 Lithonia.