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The Week in Preps

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‘Tis the season for trimming your college recruiting lists.

This week, two of the top local football prospects in the star-studded class of 2022 announced that they had narrowed down their list of possible college choices. MAHS wide receiver Cameron Miller pared his list down to a final six while CBHS running back Dallan Hayden, this season’s Division 2-AAA Mr. Football winner, winnowed his list to four. Perhaps not surprisingly, both players have included the schools where their fathers played their college football — the University of Memphis for Miller and Tennessee for Hayden.

In basketball, FACS remained undefeated with a victory over Tipton-Rosemark Academy, which entered the game also without a loss. Daniel Egbuniwe scored 19 of his 24 points in the second half for the Crusaders, who are bidding to reach the Division 2-A state tournament for the second year in a row.

Friday’s top game will be at Briarcrest, as red-hot freshman Cooper Haynes and the Saints host Lausanne, which defeated FACS in last season’s state title game. The Daily Memphian will be covering that one and coaches and fans at other games are encouraged to Tweet or email their scores, highlights and top performers to @johnvarlas or jvarlas@dailymemphian.com— John Varlas

 
 
Recruiting notebook: CBHS' Hayden trims list to four
 

MUS defensive back Roderic Lewis and Bartlett running back Robert Giaimo announce their commitments.

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Recruiting notebook: MAHS receiver Cameron Miller narrows schools to six
 

The standout lists attributes of each program, including Memphis.

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Tuesday preps: FACS tops Tipton-Rosemark in battle of unbeatens
 

Daniel Egbuniwe shines in the second half as FACS wins its fifth straight top open the season.

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Memphis loses one commit, but adds a four-star from transfer portal
 

Kolbe Fields decommitted from the 2021 class, but the Tigers landed another former Power Five recruit.

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Daily Memphian high school honor roll: Hutchison players saluted after Dragon Fire triumph
 

Two seniors and a sophomore sparked Hutchison to victory in the Collierville holiday tournament.

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TSSAA high school basketball scoring leaders
 

ECS’ Jones, Arlington’s Taylor at the head of the scoring charts this week.

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New wrestling facility, other improvements planned for Arlington High
 

As part of the growing success to its wrestling program, Arlington High School will start construction on a $3.9 million, 14,500-square-foot facility for the school’s mat grapplers.

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Daily Memphian high school honor roll: TRA's Tyler Byrd among week's best
 

Rebels’ junior guard comes through with a big effort in the victory over their arch rival.

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