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Devan CambridgeAuburn University 2019
Quez GloverUniversity of Flordia2019
K.K CurryUniversity of South Alabama2019
Drew PemberUniversity of Tennessee2019
Dante HarrisGeorgetown University 2020
Joe AndersonFurman University2020
Jaden SpringerUniversity of Tennessee2020
Emory LanierDavidson College2020
Zac ErvinElon University2019
Brandon StoneLaSalle University2019
Chance PrideKentucky Christian2019
Darlinstone DubarIowa State University2020
Akeem OdusipeVanderbilt University2020
Norance BerryRhode Island Unversity2020
Kofi MazeUniversity of Tennessee2020
Tee HigginsClemson University ( Football)
Kentel WilliamsAustin Peay State University ( Football)
John HardyAuburn University ( Football)
Quante BerryProvidence College2021
BJ EdwardsUniversity of Tennessee2021


Jaden Springer

Springer's father, Gary, was a McDonald's All-American basketball player and played college basketball for Iona. Gary was a sixth-round selection in the 1984 NBA draft by the Philadelphia 76ers but did not play professionally due to a lingering knee injury. Both of Springer's older brothers played college basketball: Gary Jr. for Iona and Jordan for Army. His cousin, DeAndre' Bembry, last played professionally for the Milwaukee Bucksof the National Basketball Association.

While in eighth grade, Springer played varsity basketball for Lighthouse Christian School in Antioch, Tennessee, averaging a team-high 19 points and 3.5 rebounds per game. In his first two years of high school, he played for Rocky River High School in Mint Hill, North Carolina, being drawn by head basketball coach Jermaine Walker despite academic and disciplinary concerns about the school. In his freshman season, Springer averaged 21.8 points, 9.4 rebounds and five assists per game and led his team to its first state tournament appearance. As a sophomore, he averaged 24.7 points, 10.2 rebounds, 2.4 steals and 2.4 blocks per game, helping Rocky River reach the Class 4A state semifinals. He was named Southwestern 4A Player of the Year.

Entering his junior and senior seasons, Springer transferred to IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida. He joined one of the best teams in the country and became teammates with top recruits Armando Bacot, Josh Green and Jeremiah Robinson-Earl. As a junior, Springer averaged 15.6 points, four rebounds and four assists, helping his team win GEICO High School Nationals. He scored 26 points in a 74–73 semifinal win over Montverde Academy. In his senior season, Springer averaged 17.4 points, 5.5 rebounds and 5.1 assists per game for IMG. He played through an ankle injury throughout the season and was in turn sidelined from some games. Springer was selected to play in the McDonald's All-American Game, which was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Alumni News

Tennessee is no stranger to the B.Maze program, ran by former Vols point guard Bobby Maze.

One-and-done five-star Tennessee guard Jaden Springer, a native of Charlotte, N.C., was a product of B.Maze Elite, as was sophomore forward Drew Pember.

Springer led the Vols this season in scoring at 12.5 points per game, adding 3.5 rebounds and 2.9 assists. He shot a team-high 43.5 percent from the 3-point line, going 20-for-46 for the season.

The Vols are recruiting three other B.Maze players in five-star power forward Brandon Huntley-Hatfield, four-star point guard BJ Edwards and three-star center Handje Tamba.

Huntley-Hatfield, a 6-foot-9, 230-pounder, is ranked No. 6 overall in the 2022 recruiting class and No. 1 at his position. He’s considering reclassification, too, with a possible move into the 2021 class.

Edwards and Tamba are both also products of Knoxville Catholic.



Tamaurice William "Tee" Higgins (born January 18, 1999) football wide receiver for the Cincinnati Bengals of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Clemson, where he won the 2019 College Football Playoff National Championship as a sophomore, and was selected by the Bengals with the first pick in the second round of the 2020 NFL Draft.A 2020 second-round pick of the Bengals, Higgins has quickly become one of the NFL's top young receivers ... Has posted 1000-plus receiving yards in each of the last two seasons, with 74 catches for 1029 yards and seven TDs in 2022 ... His 3028 career receiving yards are the second-most by a Bengal in his first three seasons, trailing only A.J. Green (3833 in 2011-13) ... Missed three games due to injury in 2021 and faced multiple on-field setbacks in '22 (did not play in nearly nine combined quarters), but has still managed to be among the league's most productive WRs when healthy ... Has 10 career 100-yard receiving games, including four in 2022 season ... Caught 74 passes for 1091 yards and six TDs during 2021 regular season, then had 18 for 309 in four-game postseason run ... Had two TD catches and posted a game-high 100 receiving yards in Super Bowl LVI ... Played three seasons (2017-19) at Clemson, and his 27 career receiving TDs tied DeAndre Hopkins and Sammy Watkins for the most in school history.

Alumni News

Early years, Higgins attended Oak Ridge High School in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. As a senior, he had 68 receptions for 1,044 yards and 18 touchdowns. A five star recruit, Higgins originally committed to the University of Tennessee to play college football before changing to Clemson University.

Higgins also played basketball in high school and was offered scholarships to play college basketball by numerous schools playing on the circuit with B.Maze Elite.