|Y. Hill, C. Woodside, L. Norman, I. Speelman & C. Stringer|
On Saturday, we spent a few hours taking in the action at the All-Ohio Super16 tournament. We posted up at Reynoldsburg High School where we watched some of the top U15 teams in the state. We can’t speak for the other division, but the U-15 division was absolutely stacked with talent, as evidenced by the presence of most of the top programs and talent evaluators in the state. We did not come close to seeing all of the top performers in the event, but who we did see the few hours we were there are listed below. For the record, Buckeye Prep Goodwin defeated King James in the finals by 2 points to collect the U-15 championship.
Yahel Hill (King James), Devon Baker (King James), Eric Boykins (King James), Isaiah Speelman (Buckeye Prep Godwin), Dane Goodwin (Buckeye Prep Goodwin), Braden Norris (Buckeye Prep Goodwin), Ross Ryan (Buckeye Prep Goodwin), EJ Williams (Queen City Prophets), Chris’Sean Stringer (All-Ohio Red 2019), Duane Washington Jr. (Michigan Mustangs), Lamar Norman Jr., (Michigan Mustangs), Jerome Hunter (Nova Village), Colin Woodside (Buckeye Prep Lyshe), Garrett Tipton (Buckeye Prep Lyshe), Cameron Carlisle (Buckeye Prep Lyshe), Chase Rankin (Buckeye Prep Lyshe), Donnie Fitzgerald (Buckeye Prep Lyshe), Cooper Crawford (TNBA), Seth Goodson (Ohio Hoopsters), Paul “PJ” Jones (Ohio Hoopsters), Deion Burton (OBC), Gunner Short (West Virginia Flight).