Posted On: 08/21/15 4:10 PM

Lorain basketball is back after an undefeated regular season and trip to the regional round of the playoffs. Even though the team graduates its best player (Devon Andrews, Kent State), junior Naz Bohannon is determined to make sure Lorain remains and elite program.

"As a leader, I'm always the talkative one," Bohannon said. "I'm vocal. The leadership thing is nothing new. I can fulfill that. As far as the go-to guy, I can't do the same thing that Devon did, but between me and Davierre [Andrews], we can get us real close."

Bohannon played a secondary role last season but caught the attention of college coaches due to his 6-foot-5 frame and interior rebounding ability. Now Bohannon wants to add offensive assertiveness -- something he didn't really need to do with Devon Andrews playing alongside him last year.

"I'm learning how to play against better competition," Bohannon said. "When times get rough, I've prepared myself to be the one at Lorain High that can get the ball."

With two full high school seasons left, expect Bohannon's recruiting to blow up. Over the summer, he earned his first Division I offer -- a full ride to Kent State.

"It feels great

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