Top-75 sophomore Taylor Hendricks, and brother, Tyler Hendricks, will transfer to Calvary Christian High School next season. The class of 2022 brothers played their sophomore year at NSU University School, where they finished the season 19-7.
“It was a better opportunity for my brother and I at Calvary,” Taylor Hendricks told 305Sports. “The school has a good academic program and we’ve known the players and coaches for a long time. We feel like we will improve most at Calvary.”
In their sophomore campaigns, Taylor Hendricks averaged 14.2 points, 1.2 assists, and 8.6 rebounds a game, while brother Tyler averaged 2.1 points, 0.5 assists, and 0.6 rebounds per contest.
“Tyler is going to be a shooter and add defensive intensity,” Taylor said. “[And] I’m going to add rebounding and shooting.”
The brothers join the No. 38 ranked junior, Gregg Glenn, at Calvary Christian. The Eagles finished the 2019-20 campaign with a 21-8 record. They look to bring home a state championship victory with the addition of the class of 22 stars.