Grant Slatten named one of top three players at HoopSeen Tip-Off
By Jerry Lowery | May 10, 2019 8:52 am
Last Updated: May 10, 2019 at 5:56 pm
Elite Amateur Basketball has listed White County High School’s Grant Slatten as one of the top three players at the recent HoopSeen Tip-Off showcase in April of this year.
Justin Young of HoopSeen.com stated in his column about Slatten: “Buckets. That’s what Slatten was all about at the HoopSeen Tip-Off. He piled up the points over the weekend and did so with swagger and creativity. He hit nine three-pointers, converted at the free-throw line and drove hard to the basket at a constant clip. The class of 2021 guard has the skill set to develop into a really nice college player. Schools from a variety of levels will want to see him this NCAA Live Period. He’s good enough on the offensive end to warrant some looks at the end of the month. He put up 19 points against some of the best teams we had in our 16 and under division.”
The other two players from Tennessee are Keon Johnson, who will be playing at Webb School, in Bell Buckle, and Matthew Schneider, of Murfreesboro.
Slatten will be entering his junior year at WCHS and continues to play on the hardwood at Roy Sewell Gymnasium.