Names to Know: Cincinnati Class of 2019 Part 2


Posted On: 06/26/17 11:26 AM

On Thursday we gave you part one, today is part two of our evaluations of the class of 2019 in the Cincinnati area. Again this is a class with a lot of versatility, in particular in the backcourt and on the wings.


Dionte McBride- G/W

6’3, Woodward High School

2016-17 Stats: 7.9ppg/ 2.4rpg/ 2.3apg

As part of a talented Bulldogs squad last year McBride was mainly the “glue guy”. Play good defense, move the ball while doing all the little things. But this year expect McBride’s play and numbers to take a huge leap. Playing for RGB Unity this summer, McBride displayed a much improved shot with improved range while also playing with a ton of confidence. Already known as an outstanding athlete, with an improved jumper and handle McBride could have a huge year for Woodward.


Miles McBride- G

5’11, Archbishop Moeller High School

2016-17 Stats: 10.9ppg/3.4rpg/2.3apg

One of the better two-way players, regardless of class, in Cincinnati. Excellent defender who is as effective guarding on the ball as he is off the ball. McBride uses his length and lateral quickness to harass opposing ball-handlers while his quick hands helped him finish second in the GCL at 1.8 steals per game. On the offensive end “Deuce”, as he is also known, is a very athletic finisher with an outstanding mid-range game which compliments his outstanding ball-handling skills. Miles recently picked up two D-I offers from Akron and Wright State.


Alec Pfreim- G/W

6’4, Archbishop Moeller High School

2016-17 Stats (Roger Bacon High School): 13.1ppg/ 4.1rpg/ 1.8spg

One of the top transfers in Cincinnati, Alec is another Moeller player that gets it done on both ends of the court. Defensively Pfreim has very active hands which he uses very well particularly in the passing lanes and on help defense to block shots from behind. Offensively Alec is excellent in catch and shot situations and also runs the floor very well. The versatile junior-to-be wing just recently received his first D-I offer from Western Carolina on June 16th.


Greg Tribble- PG/G

6’0, Winton Woods High School

2016-17 Stats: 11.5ppg/ 3.4rpg/ 1.8apg

If you are a lover of the old school mid-range game, this is a player that you must check out. Tribble does most of his damage from the free-throw line in where he can use dribble moves to create separation for his mid-range jumper or he can drive past defenders and finish at the rim. Greg also has very, very good athleticism which helps him on the defensive end keep opposing players in front of him while also being a very good help defender. This junior-to-be currently holds D-I offers from Toledo and Stony Brook.