Amarion Tolliver plays for the Auburn Raptors club/travel basketball team and is a senior at Bullock County High School. His mom is Bertha Tolliver; his stepdad is Nicholas Mims; his Sister, Alyshea Tolliver, and brothers Noah Mims and Nicholas Mims.
BCHS Basketball Coach Kelvin Graves said, “Amarion Tolliver is a ball of potential, the 6’7 big has the ability to run the floor well and catch and finish. Tolliver has worked really hard this off-season and with continued development, he may be one of the top big men across the state this upcoming season. He is a good character guy, as well as a great teammate. He gives his all 100 percent at practice and in games.”
Auburn Raptors Basketball Coach Lisa Sampson said, “Amarion has played in the Auburn Raptors organization for the past two years. It has been great to watch his improvement and that is a testament to his incredible work ethic. I look for him to have a great high school ball season as he prepares to play at the college level next year. This is the goal of the Auburn Raptors to help provide opportunities for our student-athletes to play at the next level. Congratulations Amarion!”
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