|2009 Group Picture|
The 120 juniors and seniors slated for the event will be divided among 12 teams, and each team will play a total of four, 48 minute games (2 on Saturday and 2 on Sunday). At the conclusion of the event the top 40 players will be selected to participate in all-star games, and ultimately, the top 10 kids in each class will be selected to compete against all-star teams from other cities the following weekend. Some of the top players expected to participate in the central Ohio event include: Trey Burke, Stevie Taylor, Treavon Jackson, Brain Sullivan, Nate Anderson, Jaylen Ragland, Dwayne Baismore, Tyler Kelly, Nick Archer, Elijah Macon, Jalen Robinson, Devon Scott, Isiah Rogers, Malik London, Matt Rhodes, KeChaun Lewis, Adam Westbelt and Jordan Potts. Some of the top players from the other cities include: Travis Trice, Marcus Crider, Aaron Thomas, Jared Bryant, Deonte Hawkins, Jaaron Simmons, Marc Loving, Tyler Herron, Tony Farmer, Maurice Ofield, Demonte Flanningan, Mark Williams, Terry Moorer, Tysean Powell, Vinay Reddy, Charlie Byers, Dwayne Stanford, Delvin Williams, Adam Gigax, Macio Teague, Gene Primus, Josh Lemons, Orlando Barry, Jabril Coaston, Zack McCormick, Mark Minch, Dontonio Wingfield and Austin Grimes. If you have some time, you might want to stop by Whitehall Yearling HS the next couple of weekends if you want to see some of the top players in the Buckeye state.