Prospect Rankings Update: Southwest Ohio 2018 Rankings

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Posted On: 08/17/17 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 Dayton hoops or Chillicothe hoops, and so forth. Yet, it’s interesting to measure how your area fits into the larger grid.

Today, we’re looking strictly at southwest Ohio hoops. Which SWO 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 SWO 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 — 50 are from southwest Ohio.

#1 Darius Bazley
#8 Jaxson Hayes
#12 Darius Quisenberry
#21 Deshon Parker
#23 Kameron Gibson
#27 Jeremiah Davenport
#33 Giovanni Santiago
#34 Jon Alessandro
#36 Bryce Hunt
#42 Jarrett Cox
#43 Myles Belyeu
#44 Mason Schneider
#51 James Anderson
#56 Dominic “DJ” Bretwon
#57 Isaiah Payton
#74 Darweshi Hunter
#85 Noah Pedelty
#88 Terry Durham
#91 Caleb South
#93 Jonathan Mpanzu
#95 Colin Shaw
#96 Brandon Gilbert
#100 Stevie Stewart
#101 Dominic Pierce
#109 Ryan Rose
#120 Thomas Arrington
#130 Eli Ramsey
#138 Justin Flor
#141 Tanner Knue
#143 Donnie Shelton
#151 Levi Boettcher
#153 Dillon McCullough
#156 Arian “AJ” Smith
#158 Kort Justice
#159 Donnie Crouch
#162 Lorenzo Sparks
#171 Gabe O’Neal
#179 Ryan Reidy
#180 Demontez Cooper
#185 Charlie Tripp
#187 Jack Hendricks
#189 Joey Bates
#193 Garrison Bailey
#196 Caleb Johnson
#197 Jason Hubbard
#199 Spencer George
#203 Eric Boykin
#205 Hunter Davidson
#209 DeMaree Blackwell
#212 Antwaun Johnson