Matadors' Kreeland Avery is eager to carve an early spot as a leader
By Randy Rosetta
Usually when a freshman climbs up to the varsity level, there's a measurable gap between their readiness and the tantalizing potential that has bubbled to the surface enough for a coach to elevate the player.
There are also not a lot of freshmen who are mature enough to get emotionally invested in a season when they know they have plenty of road left ahead of them.
Estacado's Kreeland Avery swam upstream on both accounts last season, setting the stage for an awful lot of promise as he continues down the path he embarked on as a freshman.
When last season began, Matadors coach Tony Wagner installed Avery as his team's starting point guard because a handful of varsity regulars were busy in the football playoffs.
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