The high school basketball shot clock debate is heating up again in Florida.

The FHSAA athletic directors advisory committee will hear a new proposal aimed at implementing shot clocks for boys and girls varsity basketball games during an online meeting Wednesday morning.

The recommendation, which is currently in the early stages, would need to go through both the basketball coaches and AD advisory committees a second time if approved this week.

Former Florida State standout and NBA player Charlie Ward, who is the head basketball coach at Florida High of Tallahassee, is one of many state coaches behind the latest push for shot clocks.