Prospect Rankings Update: Central Ohio 2018 Rankings

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Posted On: 08/16/17 6:00 AM

Part of what makes Ohio basketball unique are the cities/regions within the state. As a whole, Ohio basketball has a culture, but it’s one that cannot be understood without looking at the subcultures within the big picture. Some folks don’t pay attention to Ohio basketball, they’re only intrigued by Columbus hoops or Cincinnati hoops, and so forth. Yet, it’s interesting to measure how your area fits into the larger grid.

Today, we’re looking strictly at central Ohio hoops. Which central Ohio players are on the rise? What are the trends in this part of the state? We’ll get to all of that later in the day.

We’re starting the coverage of central Ohio by simply looking at where these prospects rank amongst each other. Of the 215 incoming seniors included in our updated 2018 Prospect Rankings — all of which we believe can play collegiate basketball — 52 are from central Ohio.

#2 Jerome Hunter
#3 Dane Goodwin
#10 Adrian Nelson
#13 Taevion Kinsey
#18 Braden Norris
#20 Jelani Simmons
#24 Elijah McNamara
#26 Isaiah Speelman
#30 Garrett Tipton
#31 Lacey Watson
#35 Tre Williams
#37 Ross Ryan
#45 Manning “Tre” Baumgardner III
#48 CJ Penha
#49 JT Shumate
#50 Solomon Pierre-Louis
#53 Reiko Bagley
#54 Julius Brown
#55 Dondre Palmer
#62 Thomas Hickman
#66 Noah Berry
#68 Corey Baker
#70 Caiden Landis
#71 Jejuan Weatherspoon
#73 Jah Bennett
#80 Datrey Long
#82 Justin Curtis
#87 Stanley Williams
#94 Lucas House
#97 Juan Elmore
#98 Andrew Golda
#103 Tyjaun Childers
#105 Jahvon Blevins
#110 Elijah Bishop
#114 Nick Carlson
#116 Wesley Williams
#123 Dishon Daniels
#124 Nate Ward
#127 Jalen Bethel
#129 Antwon Hampton
#131 Bob Faller
#134 Teon Jennings
#137 Mike Reeves
#139 Antonio Watson
#142 PJ Jones
#145 Michael Woods
#147 Jaedyn Carter
#155 Craig Burt
#160 Guy Schmidt
#169 MJ Rasoul
#173 Tariq Brown
#177 Noah Tomlinson
#181 Gary Elder
#184 Lamine Komara
#190 Chase Rankin
#192 Sean Tyson
#194 Jamiel Goliday