Thursday, January 1, 2015

Paul McMillan Jr. Still Undervalued Nationally

Paul McMillian Jr.-2020 PG
He’s not yet a national name, but Cincinnati’s Paul McMillan Jr. (5’3/PG/OH) is poised for a breakout season in 2015.  We first saw the tenacious guard putting in work at the Buckeye Prep Elite Showcase in September when he went head-to-head with the nations best and was dominate.  In fact, McMillan played his way into the prestigious all-star game then capped off an impressive performance with a Top 5 Award. He's not just a camp guy as evidenced by the fact he led his Ohio Basketball Club team to 4 tournament championships and 2 runner-up finishes last season. 

McMillian is a big guard with strength and the ability to get to the rack or post up smaller guards.  That’s not all, McMillian has deep range, a solid handle and can really get after it defensively. Right now, McMillian is ranked in the top 5 in the class of 2022 in Ohio, which ordinarily translates in a national ranking.  In addition, McMillan has good genetics, as his father Paul Sr. played D-I college ball at the Loyola University of Chicago where he was voted first team All-Horizon, and his bother Isaiah is a high school senior with college ball potential as well.  Look for McMillan's name to start popping up on national lists next season.

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