BAINBRIDGE, GA -- Looking back over the last decade in Georgia high school hoops, the best of the best always got better because of head-to-head match-ups against comparable talent.
Dwight Howard had Randolph Morris. JJ Hickson had Gani Lawal. Al-Farouq Aminu had Trey Thompkins. Lorenzo Brown had Ryan Harrow. The list is long in Georgia and the debates are good for barbershops and barbecue joints.
On Friday night, Bainbridge's Tyree Crump locked horns with Seminole County's Jordan Harris. The two shooting guards are the best South Georgia has to offer right now in the class of 2016. Harris had a lot of help from his friends as Seminole County won 65-58 to improve to 7-1 on the year.