- Muscle Shoals, Ala.
As Tess Darby’s backup, Sara Puckett played just as much of a role for the Tennessee Lady Vols on the wing. They were less than a minute apart in terms of averages per game. Puckett averaged nearly six and a half points a game, and while she shot just 29.9 percent from three, she came on late. Because of that, she should be a much bigger threat this year.
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- Frankfort, Ky.
Backing up Jordan Walker at point guard, Brooklynn Miles provided lots of sparks as a freshman last year. She was kind of like Zakai Zeigler on the other side. Miles averaged two and a half points, two assists and nearly one steal a game in just 19.6 minutes of play, and she could be elite off the bench this year.
- Bendigo, Australia
Recruited as a sharpshooter three years ago, Jessie Rennie has never really lived up to that hype yet. Last year she averaged under five minutes a game and played just 21 games, shooting 2-of-17 from outside on the year. If she can ever take that leap, though, the Tennessee Lady Vols could be dangerous offensively.
- Richmond, Texas
Another freshman last year, Kaiya Wynn averaged over eight minutes a game and appeared in 30 games. She averaged just under two and a half points a game. It’s likely she’ll be in a reserve role once again this year, but with more development, she could be valuable.