Tuesday, May 22, 2012

2016 Buckeyes Represented in National Rankings



A couple of weeks ago I published a list of Ohio 8th graders (and Buckeye Prep Elite Showcase alums) who made Nations Elite Prospects' list of top 8th graders.  Well, according to Sports Press TV's national rankings, Ohio has several 8th graders worthy of a national ranking. Although there are some slight variations in their list versus Nations Elite's, Sports Press has identified the same kids we here at Buckeye Prep have highlighted for the past several years.

Through our coverage of middle school basketball, as well as our tournaments and elite showcases, it's easy for national scouts and college coaches to find the top young up and coming talent here in Ohio. Buckeye Prep provides exposure opportunities where kids can make a name for themselves. What most people don't know, we routinely send out scouting reports and press releases to coaches and scouting services that people never see published, so that Ohio kids can get quality looks from around the nation. Don't believe the critics, people are watching and making note of the abundance of talent we have here in the Buckeye State!!With that said, we also offer exposure and a platform for any player, from any state, who we see and evaluate at our events and on the tournament trail. As always, we will make sure the folks at Sports Press TV get the final results of our September elite showcase. Below, check out their list of Ohio's best.

Sports Press TV National Rankings

Buckeye Prep Elite Showcase Alums

Buckeye Prep's Top 30

1 comment:

  1. Michigans Top Prospect centralJune 21, 2012 at 12:46 PM

    Look out for Michigans top prospects. There are some very talented guards and big men. The top big men are Kelvon Fuller, Algevon Eichelberger, and Johua Jackson. The top Guards are Cassius Winston, Marlo Brown, Billy Thomas, Brailen Neely, Jermaine Jackson Jr, Amauri Hardy, and Jacob Joubert. These top prospects are all capable of being top 100 prospects in the class of 2016.

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