Through junior high and his freshman year at Crothersville High School, Grayson Barnes didn’t get much playing time on the basketball court.
But beginning his sophomore year, he worked with some upperclassmen and earned some playing time. He now is in his second year as a varsity starter, focusing on being a strong post presence.
“For the longest time, I was rebounding. That was all I was supposed to do. If I got lucky, a few baskets,” Barnes said. “Now, I’ve kind of taken the role as the main post player or forward, and I’m able to shoot a little bit more and make sure that I rebound.”
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