There are eight girls: Cheatham County's Abby Ramsey, Columbia's DeAndrea Bullock, Spring Hill's Keturah Brown, Hendersonville's Kali Holtfreter, Perry County's Kristal Edney, Hillsboro's Jessica Mooney, Shelbyville's Janay Armstrong and York's Brandi Brown.
Wright, a 6-foot-9 North Carolina signee, figures to be the shoo-in of the bunch. He would become the second player from Brentwood Academy to be a McDonald's All-American. David Harrison made the team in 2001.
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