Thursday, May 30, 2013



Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Top High School AAU Teams (OH)

17 U
  1. All Ohio Red - Jae'Sean Tate, Vincent Edwards, Shemar Waugh, Evan Bailey, Javon Bess
  2. Team Work - Peyton Alridge, Gavin Skelly
  3. Ohio Phenoms -Willie Green, Jeff Larkin, Blake Simpson, Davion Ashe, Nate Harris, Latrell Tidwell
16 U
  1. King James - Luke Kennard, AJ Harris, VJ King
  2. All Ohio Red - Jordan Dartis, Esa Ahmad, Macio Teague 
  3. Ohio Basketball Club - Carlton Bragg, Kevin Fischer, Isaiah Jones, Shondell Jackson, Devon Robinson, Maverick Rowan 
15 U
  1. King James - Xavier Simpson, Anthony Christian, Henry Baddley, Derek Funderberk, Derek Daniels
  2. All Ohio Red - Tervell Beck, Willie Jackson
  3. Ohio Basketball Club - Jarron Cumberland

Sadlon to Winthrop

Turpin 5'11 senior guard, Hunter Sadlon will walk on at Winthrop. Sadlon averaged 5 points, 3 rebounds and 2 assist this past season for Turpin. 

Thursday, May 16, 2013

Second Half Athletes: Heart Of A Champion Skills Camp

This camp was developed to enhance the development of youth in grades 3rd-8th. It is our belief that through hard work and dedication your son or daughter will improve as a basketball player. Your child will have an opportunity to leave our camp with a clear understanding of what it takes to improve as a basketball player. 

Details of camp are below:
Dates: Friday, June 21st from 6pm-9pm and Saturday, June 22nd from 9am-12pm
Cost: $50.00 per camper

Register here: .

Lastly, all campers are welcomed. It doesn't matter where your child's skill level is.

Please feel free to contact Coach

Mosley at 765.437.7100 or Coach Allen at 513.289.8235 if you have any questions.

Hard Work Pays Off!!!!!

Training Session: Kristyn

Here is some footage from one of the first  Second Half Athletes Training sessions we had Kristyn. She is a 7th grader at Cincinnati Walnut Hill Middle Schools. Kristyn is a smart, undersized point guard with a good mid-range touch. She has been putting in a some quality gym time working on her weaknesses, getting better, if she keeps it up nobody will be able to saying anything about her size but have to respect her game. If you you're interested in training session contact Coach Jamar.

Top 10 Power Forwards in Ohio (2014)

  1. Peyton Aldridge – 6’7 Warren LaBrae 
  2. Jalen Tucker – 6’7 Columbus Northland
  3. Roderick Mills – 6’8 Cincinnati St. Xavier
  4. Victor Dorsey – 6’8 Akron Springfield
  5. Blake Simpson – 6’7 Cincinnati LaSalle
  6. Devin Pike – 6’7 Cincinnati Elder
  7. TJ Umar – 6’6 Cleveland John Hay
  8. Tysean Powell – 6'5 Cleveland Benedictine
  9. Robert Jones 6’7 Mansfield Senior
  10. Brandon Manley – 6’6 Columbus Bloom Carroll
Honorable Mentioned: Fadil Robinson – 6’6 Toledo Rogers, Adam Gigax – 6’7 Cincinnati Moeller

First Athlete To Sign

6'1 guard, Chris Martin of Cincinnati Gamle Montessori will be the first athlete to sign with a college from the school. The school has announced that Chris Martin will sign with Miami Middletown next Wednesday. Martin averaged over 16 points and 4 rebounds this past season for Gamble and was a First Team District 16 selection. He was also first all league in basketball, football and track for Gamble. 

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Lawrence to Kent State

Columbus Marion-Franklin 6'8 forward, Marquiez Lawrence, has signed a National Letter of Intent with the Kent State Golden Flash program. Lawrence is an athletic forward that can defend multiple positions. He has a good body frame to compete in the MAC right away. He averaged 12 points 8 rebounds and 3 blocks per game this past season. He also earned All-City League South Division and honorable mention All-Central District accolades this season. He helped lead Marion-Franklin to their first district title in 20 years. 

                                  Senior Highlight Video

Meet Second Half Athlete: Angel Rivera

Name: Angel Rivera
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5'8
GPA: 3.8
School: IMG Academy (Florida)
Favorite Food: Steak and Rice
Favorite College Team: Gonzaga
Favorite Professional Athlete: Kobe Bryant and Rajon Rondo
What are your goals for this upcoming summer? Continue to hit the weight room hard to get faster and stronger. I am going to keep working on my game so I have as few flaws as possible, working on my defense and pull up jumpers. I also need to find an AAU team for the rest of the summer to get more exposure so college coaches know my name going into next season. I am going to just continue to work hard and get better each day.
Who is the best player you've played with and against? Best player I played with is Vincent Edwards(Middletown SF and SecondHalf Preps #2 rated SF class of 2014). Best player i played against is Julius Randle (UK commit and ESPN #3 rated player 2013).
What are the strengths and weaknesses of your game? Strengths: Good change of speed, good 3 point shooter, great passer, can make my teammates better and I can defend in the half court. Weaknesses: Playing defense full court, jumping ability and my speed, I am working on all three.
What has Second Half Athletes Training done for you? Second Half Athletes Training has improved my conditioning, my ball handling and one on one moves. This is a very intense workout that has helped me take my game to another level.

Top Small Forwards in Ohio (2014)

  1.  Jae’sean Tate – 6’6 Columbus Pickerington Central
  2. Vincent Edwards – 6’6 Middletown
  3. Javon Bess – 6’5 Columbus Gahanna Lincoln 
  4. Jeff Thomas – 6’6 Norwalk
  5. Deshone Kizer – 6’2 Toledo Central Catholic  
  6. Eric James - 6'5 Westerville Central 
  7. Brandon Fritts – 6’3 Mentor
  8. Nate Allen – 6’3 Toledo Bowsher
  9. Jalen Hudson – 6’4 Akron St. Vincent St. Mary’s
  10. Geoff Beans – 6’6 Toledo Ottawa Hills
Honorable Mentioned: Khylan Jackson - 6'4 Middletown, Derrick Long – 6’4 Cincinnati Hughes, Michael Deleon – 6’6 Columbus Olentangy Liberty, Austin Frentos - 6'4 Cincinnati Purcell Marion, Derrick McKeithton – 6’3 Columbus Northland
List of Top Player in Ohio (2014)

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Top 10 Shooting Guards in Ohio (2014)

  1. Evan Bailey – 6’5 Massillon Jackson 
  2. Rosel Hurley – 6’4 Cleveland Shaker Heights
  3. DaKota Mathias - 6’5 Elida
  4. Zach McCormick – 6’1 Cincinnati Turpin
  5. Willie Green – 6’1 Dayton Dunbar 
  6. Kevin Daniels – 6’2 Cincinnati Hughes 
  7. Ty Hairston – 6’2 Columbus Northland 
  8. Grant Benzinger – 6’3 Cincinnati Moeller 
  9. Dazhontae Bennett – 6’2 Dayton Trotwood Madison
  10. Carlas Jackson- 6’2 Cincinnati Roger Bacon
Honorable Mentioned:  Marcus Scott - 6'1 Cincinnati Taft, Nick Williams – 6’2 Upper Sandusky Perkins, Ryan Badowski – 6’0 Brunswick, Martin Jones – 6’2 Cincinnati Winton Woods, Ronnie Williams - 6'3 Columbus Brookhaven

List of Top Players in Ohio (2014)

Monday, May 13, 2013

Top 10 Point Guards in Ohio (2014)

  1. Antonio Woods – 6’1 Cincinnati Summit Country Day
  2. Angel Rivera - 5'8 IMG Academy (Florida) 
  3. RaChaun Martin – 5’10 Dayton Thurgood Marshal 
  4. Shemar Waugh – 5’9 Columbus Northland 
  5. Ronnie Rousseau – 5’11 Cincinnati Winton Woods 
  6. Tyler Williams – 6’1 Cincinnati Lakota West 
  7.  Gary Williams – 5’9 Cleveland Benedictine
  8. Tyonte Robertson – 6’1 Cincinnati Withrow
  9. Ben Haraway – 5’11 Norwalk
  10. Isaiah Walton – 6’2 Cleveland Elyria
Honorable Mentioned: Aaron Oden – 6’1 Cincinnati Taft, Tim Fleming - 6’1 Cincinnati Fairfield, Airius Moore – 6’0 Dayton Beavercreek, Johnny Davis – 5’11 Cleveland Beachwood, Kenny Kaufman – 5’10 Cincinnati Taft

Xavier Lands a Big Name

Xavier lands a commit from Detroit's Edmond Sumner. Sumner has been one of the hottest names this spring on the AAU circuit. Xavier was the first school to begin recruiting Sumner and last week he visited the school, he liked the school and was able to talk to some of the guys who help seal the deal a week later. Sumner is a 6'3 combo guard that is good attacking the basket. Over the past weeks he has been getting interest in schools close to home such as Michigan and Michigan State. As of last night, Sumner will be a Musketeer. This is Xavier's second commit from the class of 2014. Melvin Swift a forward out of Yates High School in Texas also made a commitment to Xavier this past fall. 

Davis to Wooster

Colerain 6'1 senior guard, Milton Davis, has committed to play basketball at the College of Wooster. Wooster is a division 3 school in the North Coast Atlantic Conference, went 24-6 this past season losing in third round of the NCAA Division III Championship. Davis averaged 18 points and 4 rebounds this past season for Colerain, he was also a second team all GCL selection. He plans to go in and make an immediate impact for Wooster.

Thursday, May 9, 2013

Scholarship on the table

Today Cincinnati Hughes senior guard, Terry Cook, was offered by Gohsen College. He went on an official visit today and was offered. Cook was a four year started for Hughes, he was apart of a team that  won one game two years ago and also apart of the Hughes team that won their first district title since the 1955-56 season. He averaged 11 points and 5 rebounds this past season for the Big Red. Terry is a Second Half Athlete, proud to see all the hours in the gym paying off!

Heading to Tampa Florida

Cincinnati Hughes, Angel Rivera has decided to reclassify back to the class of 2014. He was originally the class of 2014 but after moving to Cincinnati from Puerto Rico he lost a year of eligibility. Rivera will be attending IMG Academy in Tampa , Florida. He helped lead Hughes to its first district title since the 1955-56 season averaging 16 points, 9 assist and 4 rebounds per game this past season. Angel is a second half athlete and has been training with us for over a year now. I am proud to see all his hard work paying off, this young man has a bright future ahead of him!

College Signing

John Griggs a 5'10 point guard from Cincinnati Indian Hill, has signed to further his education and basketball career at the Ohio Wesleyan, a division III school apart of the North Coast Athletic Conference. Griggs was a first team all selection out of the Cincinnati Hills League. He averaged 12.8 points, 4.6 assist and 3.1 rebounds per game this past season. 

Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Offer for Benzinger

Moeller's 6'2 shooting guard, Grant Benzinger was offered by Miami University (OH) tonight. He already has offers from Kennesaw State, Winthrop, Wofford and Wright State. Benezinger was a first team all GCL South selection this past season. He averaged 13 points and 3 rebounds shooting over 40% from beyond the arc, leading the GCL South. 

 Wright State, Wofford, Winthrop and Kennesaw State.

Mills Offered

Cincinnati St. Xavier's Roderick Mills, was recently offered by Princeton University. Mills is a 6'8 versatile post that is capable of playing out on the perimeter. Mills averaged 10 points while shooting 43% from field and averaging 5 rebounds per game this past season for the St. X. He already had offers from Belmont, Brown, Bucknell, Kennesaw State, Mercer, Miami University (OH) and Wright State.

Training Session With Rivera and Simmons

Yesterday we had a training session with Angel Rivera (Left) and Jaaron Simmons(Right) and these two can flat out play. Rivera is as pure as a point guard you will find in the Midwest. He is a pass first point guard that leads his team on and off the court. He isn't the quickest guard but he understands the game and handles the ball like its on the string. He also understands how change speeds and direction to get past quicker guards and is very capable of putting up numbers quickly. Rivera help lead Hughes to its first district title since the 1955-56 season and averaged 16 points, 9 assist and 4 rebounds per game this past season for Hughes. Rivera will be making a decision on school later this week.
Simmons is a scoring point guard who can put up numbers in bunches. He has a great handle and an excellent mid-range game to go along with a quickness and athleticism  He averaged over 23 points per game and 4 assist per game this past season for Alter, leading his team to a trip to Columbus where they lost a state semi final game 53-42. He passed up Andy Meyer as all-time leading scorer in schools history. Simmons will be attending the University of Houston this fall on basketball scholarship.

         Below is a previous training session we had with Angel Rivera
Interested in a training session contact coach Jamar 

McCormick Adds Offers

Turpin's junior shooting guard Zach McCormick added offers from Buffalo, Middle Tennessee State, Rhode Island, Towson and Western Kentucky. He already had offers from Akron, Eastern Carolina, Eastern Kentucky, Kent State,  Marshal, Miami University(Oh), Northern Kentucky University, St. Francis (PA), Western Carolina and Wright State. He in one of the states top players and Second Half Prep's #4 rated shooting guard class of 2014. McCormick averaged just over 26 points per game, 4 rebounds per game and was an AP Division 1 honorable mention all-state this past season for Turpin.

Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Top 25 Recruit Highlights

Carlton Bragg is Second Half Prep's #1 post player c/o 2015 and ESPN's number 23 overall recruit. Bragg has major upside, he can score it from anywhere on the floor. He has the body of a big an and skills of a guard. He already has offers from Ohio State, West Virginia and Texas

Player of The Year

The 6'4 forward from Roger Bacon, Erik Edwards, was named GCLCentral Player of The Year in volleball earlier today. Edwards was named first team GCL Central as Junior. This past season he was also awarded GCL Central Defensive Player of The Year and was a first team selection in basketball. Edwards led his team in rebounds (5.5) and was third on the team in scoring(10) this season. Roger Bacon fell a game short from reaching states after losing a hard fought game to Versailles in the regional final. They knocked off Summit Country Day, who was favored to repeat as state champions in the regional semis. 

Sunday, May 5, 2013

All Ohio Red wins 17u title at Spiece

According to ESPN, Pickerington Central guard/forward Jae’Sean Tate is the 52nd best player in the class of 2014. Jae'Sean Tate lead his team to another championship at Spiece this weekend. Tate and his All Ohio Red teammates beat Thad 66-46 in the title game in Fort Wayne, Indiana. All Ohio beat tough teams in the Wolves, Spiece, Thad, Team Work and the Louisville Magic this weekend. Tate Scored 23 in a semi-final victory where he was matched up against nationally ranked, Trey Lyles (Spiece). The game went down to the final shot and Tate hit the go ahead basket and gave his team a 81-80 victory. National ranking databases may be reconsidering Tate's ranking after the weekend he and his team had. 

Big Ten Commit

Dakota Mathias wing of Elida (OH), has verbally committed to play basketball at Purdue University. Mathias is the third Ohio prospect c/o 2014 to commit to a Big Ten school. He joins Jae'sean Tate and David Bell who have committed to play at Ohio State. Mathias is one of the top shooting guards in the state of Ohio

Top Players in Ohio (2016)

V.J King - 6'5 Akron St. Vincent St Mary
Tervell Beck - 6'6 Cleveland Central Catholic
Willie Jackson Cleveland Garfield Heights
Xavier Simpson - 5'10 - Lima Central Catholic
DJ Hoskins – 5’10 Dayton Thurgood Marshall
Terry Cobbs- Lima Central Catholic
A'Shon Riggins - 6'1 Hamilton
Jarron Cumberland - 6'2 Wilmington
Derrick Daniels - 6'7 Dayton Thurgood Marshall
James Manns - 6'5 Columbus Marion Franklin
Seth Towns - 6'6 Columbus Northland
Henry Baddley - 6'4 Akron St. Vincent St Mary
Ruben Flowers- 6'3 Lima Senior
Zach Corrigal - 6'3 Akron St. Vincent St Mary
Rashaad Ali Shakir - 5'11 Cincinnati Purcell Marian
Rodrick Caldwell - 5'11 Dayton Stivers
Derek Funderburk - 6'8 Lake St.Edwards
Jon Teske – 6’10 Medina
Trey Smith – 6'5 Delphos Jefferson 
Jamel Howard - 6'3 Purcell Marian
Isaiah Williams – 6’5 Dayton Stivers
Jalen Tate - 6'3 Columbus Pickerington Central
Carlik Jones 5'9 Purcell Marian
Anthony Christian - 6'2 Akron Hoban
Jeremey Larkin - 6'1 Cincinnati La Salle
Seth Fuller – 5’9 Columbus Dublin Coffman
Houston Smith - 6'3 Columbus Africentric
Kameron Moore - 6'6 Cincinnati Aiken
Nick Ward – 6’7 Columbus Gahanna Lincoln
Elijah Walker - 6'2 Cincinnati Hughes (SecondHalfAthlete)
Jeff Woods - 6'1 Cincinnati Withrow
Brandon Chapman - 6'6 Columbus Grove City
LePear Toles – 6’4 Canton Timken
Kobe Brown - 5'10 Mt. Healthy
Tyrell Carter- 5'9 Columbus St. Charles
Ibi Watson - 6'3 Athens
Isreal Griffin - 6'3 Cincinnati Hughes
Matthew Moyer – 6’7 Columbus Gahanna Lincoln
Frank Royles - 5'10 Cincinnati Taft
Keith Griffin - 5'9 Cleveland Shaker Heights
Evan Clayborne – 6’6 Dayton Dunbar
Henry Baddley – 6’4 Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary’s
Hunter Lampley - 6'0 Cincinnati St.Xavier
Trey McBride - 6'1 Cincinnati Roger Bacon
Deven Stover – 6’4 Cleveland St. Ignatius
Micah Potter – 6’9 Mentor
Jordan Gaines - 6'1 Cincinnati Clark
Peyton Ramsey - 6'1 Cincinnati Elder
Terrance Landers – 6’4 Dayton Dunbar
Ryan Smith - 6'5 Cincinnati Moeller
Yavari Hall – 6’3 Cleveland Warrensville Heights
Mark Cruz - 6'1 Cincinnati Withrow

Top Players in Ohio (2015)

AJ Harris – 5’9 Dayton Dunbar
Luke Kennard – 6’6 Franklin
MaCio Teague – 6’2 Cincinnati Summit Country Day
Nate Fowler – 6’9 Cincinnati Moeller
LaMonta Stone – 5’7 Bowling Green
D’mitrik Trice – 5’9 Dayton Huber Heights Wayne
Esa Ahmad – 6’7 Cleveland Shaker Heights
Noah Bramlage – 6’8 Ottawa Glandorf
JaQuan Harrison – 6’4 Columbus Africentric
Dylan Lowry – 5’10 Cincinnati Lakota East
Brian Parker – 6’2 Cleveland Villa Angela St. Joseph’s
Kyle Ahrens – 6’3 Dayton Versailles

Isaiah Jones - 5'11 Cincinnati Woodward 
Shondell Jackson- 6'1 Cleveland Warren Harding

Myo Baxter – 6’6 Cincinnati Lakota East 
Ahmad Wagner – 6’8 Dayton Huber Heights Wayne
Alex White – 6’7 Cincinnati Lakota East
Xeyrius Williams – 6’8 Dayton Huber Heights Wayne
Jaevin Cumberland – 5’11 Wilmington
DeJuan Sherman – 5’11 Cincinnati Western Hills
Tony Anderson – 6’8 Columbus Marion Franklin
Doug Taylor – 6’6 Columbus Northland
Lanis Owensby – 5’10 Cincinnati Clark
Michael Ryan – 6’4 Cleveland St. Edward
Jordan Dartis – 6’2 Norwalk
Craig Randall – 6’0 Youngstown Canfield
Ryan Miksell – 6’6 Saint Henry
Andre Foster – 6’3 Dayton Trotwood Madison
Devon Andrews – 6’4 Cleveland Lorain
Mike Simon – 6’6 Columbus Hilliard Davidson
Xavier Harrison – 6’6 Cleveland Lorain
Montell McRae- 6’7 Cleveland Martin Luther King
Terrence Gholtson – 6’3 Cincinnati Riverview East
Donte Buycks – 6’2 Cincinnati LaSalle
Josh Williams- 6'2 Akron Barberton
Carlton Bragg – 6’10 Cleveland Villa Angela St. Joseph’s
Devin Reed – 6’2 Dayton Huber Heights Wayne
Jahmere Howze – 6’6 Cleveland Central Catholic
Chris London – 6’4 Columbus New Albany
Elijah Pughsley - 6'0 Lima Shawnee
Devon Robinson – 6’6 Cleveland John Adams
Lloyd Chatman - 5'7 Columbus Reynoldsburg

Maderia's Benintendi Sets Records

Andrew Benintendi,Madeira’s standout shooting guard, broke Ohio's all time career hits record in baseball this past Friday. Andrew Benintendi entered the game with 200 career hits, tied for the all-time lead in Ohio high school history(Dan Ruff, 1987), according to OHSAA records.He broke the record when he doubled in the second inning. He finished the game batting 3-3 with a pair of homers. He also became the all-time homerun leader in Madeira High School which was help previously by Tony Ramirez. Andrew Benintendi will be attending the University of Arkansas in the fall on a scholarship for baseball. 

Top Players in Ohio (2014)

Vincent Edwards – 6’6 Middletown
Evan Bailey – 6’6 Massillon Jackson
Antonio Woods – 6’1 Cincinnati Summit Country Day
Zach McCormick – 6’1 Cincinnati Turpin
Kevin Daniels – 6’1 Cincinnati Hughes (SecondHalfAthlete)
Ronnie Rousseau – 5’11 Cincinnati Winton Woods
Jae’sean Tate – 6’6 Columbus Pickerington Central
Willie Green – 6’1 Dayton Dunbar
Dakota Mathias – 6’5 Elida
Ty Hairston – 6’2 Columbus Northland
Peyton Aldridge – 6’7 Warren LaBrae
Victor Dorsey – 6’8 Akron Springfield
Anthony Glover – 6’0 Toledo St. Johns
Shemar Waugh – 5’9 Columbus Northland
RaChaun Martin – 5’10 Dayton Thurgood Marshall
Gavin Skelly – 6’8 Cleveland Westlake
Carlas Jackson- 6’2 Cincinnati Roger Bacon
Tyler Bowling – 6’7 Cincinnati Lakota West
Roderick Mills – 6’8 Cincinnati St. Xavier
David Bell – 6’10 Cleveland Garfield Heights
Dazhontae Bennett - 6'3 Trotwood Madison
Marcus Scott - 6'1 Cincinnati Taft
Nate Harris - 6'6 Toledo Central Catholic
Blake Simpson – 6’7 Cincinnati LaSalle
Landon Brazile – 6’6 Dayton Thurgood Marshall
Dwight Nared – 6’7 Cincinnati Hughes (SecondHalfAthletes)
Grant Benzinger – 6’3 Cincinnati Moeller
Nate Allen - 6'4 Toledo Bowsher
Ryan Badowski – 6’0 Brunswick
Tim Fleming – 6’1 Cincinnati Fairfield
Jeff Larkin – 5’10 Cincinnati LaSalle
Correy Cavins – 5’11 Cincinnati Aiken
Tyler Williams – 6’1 Cincinnati Lakota West
Jalen Hudson – 6’4 Akron St. Vincent St. Mary’s
Kendrick Mallory – 5’11 Dayton Trotwood Madison
Jeff Thomas – 6’6 Norwalk
Jalen Tucker – 6’7 Columbus Northland
Aaron Oden – 6’1 Cincinnati Taft (SecondHalfAthlete)
Javon Bess – 6’5 Columbus Gahanna Lincoln
Tyonte Robertson – 6’1 Cincinnati Withrow
Keeny Kaufman - 5'9 - Cincinnati Taft
Brandon Fritts – 6’3 Mentor
Devin Pike – 6’7 Cincinnati Elder
Derrick Long – 6’3 Cincinnati Hughes (SecondHalfAthlete)
Isiah Thompson - 5'9 Cincinnati Withrow
Cincinnati Moeller - 5'9 Tre' Hawkins
Andrey Mincey - 5'5 Cincinnati Woodward
Tysean Powell – 6'5 Cleveland Benedictine
Donavyn Benson – 6’6 Mansfield Senior
Geoff Beans – 6’6 Toledo Ottawa Hills
Robert Jones – 6’7 Mansfield Senior
Martin Jones – 6’3 Cincinnati Winton Woods
Tyrone Johnson – 6’9 Columbus Walnut Ridge
Danny Byrne - 5'10 Cincinnati McNicholas
Fadil Robinson – 6’6 Toledo Rogers
Adam Gigax – 6’7 Cincinnati Moeller
Derrick McKeithton – 6’3 Columbus Northland
Isaiah Walton – 6’2 Cleveland Elyria
Deshone Kizer – 6’2 Toledo Central Catholic
Frank Catrine- 6'2 Cincinnati Fenwick
TJ Umar – 6’6 Cleveland John Hay
Rosel Hurley – 6’4 Cleveland Shaker Heights
Davion Ashe – 6’1 Dayton Thurgood Marshall
Michael Deleon – 6’6 Columbus Olentangy Liberty
Gary Williams – 5’9 Cleveland Benedictine
Xander Smart- 6'3 Carroll
Eric James - 6'5 Westerville Central
Austin Frentos - 6'4 Cincinnati Purcell Marion
Brandon Manley – 6’6 Columbus Bloom Carroll
Nick Williams – 6’2 Upper Sandusky Perkins
Airius Moore – 6’0 Dayton Beavercreek
Khylan Jackson - 6'4 Middletown
Marsalis Hamilton - 6'4 Lakewood St. Edwards
Ronnie Williams - 6'3 Columbus Brookhaven
Kevin Vannata - 6'2 Columbus Upper Arlington
Johnny Davis – 5’11 Cleveland Beachwood