Houston (29‑4)

Germantown, TN

Tennessee TSSAA Class AAA State Quarterfinalist

Top Players

  • 6-9 SR Jerrell Colbert (LSU) ... #25 (NBN) ... #31 (ESPN) ... #41 (247 Sports) ... #47 (Rivals)
  • 6-8 SR Mason Miller ... #51 (247 Sports) … #63 (Rivals) … #67 (NBN)
  • 6-1 SR A.J. Madlock
  • 6-8 SR Zander Yates
  • 6-10 SOPH Brock Vice
  • 6-2 FR Ahmad Nowell ... #19 (C2C)

Mustangs At A Glance

Former University of Florida star Mike Miller left Penny Hardaway’s staff at Memphis to coach his two sons, high-level recruit 6-8 SR Mason Miller and 6-5 SOPH Maverick Miller., after Charlie Leonard built Houston into a state-title favorite in just three seasons. The opportunity to play for a two-time NBA champion and 17-year pro has proven quite alluring, as a bevy of new faces – including a national top-40 transfer from San Antonio, LSU commit 6-9 SR Jerrell Colbert (12 ppg, 11 rpg at Cornerstone Christian TX) – have made their way to Germantown. The Mustangs’ season came to a premature end because of Covid-19, after they had beaten Arlington 63-43 (their 17th win in 18 games) to reach the Class AAA quarterfinals in Murfreesboro, but they return 6-1 SR point guard T.J. Madlock and 6-8 SR Zander Yates, and have added rebounding force 6-10 SOPH Brock Vice (Blacksburg, VA), who had 25 points & 19 rebounds against eventual Class 3 state champ Cave Spring on Jan. 4 and a 24-point, 20-board night six days later vs. Salem, highly-regarded Philadelphia guard 6-2 FR Ahmad Nowell and 6-6 SR Cal Greene (13 ppg at Mahtomedi, MN).