Posted On: 04/2/18 8:06 AM
Brandon Wade (2018, PG, Skyline)
Wade is a dynamic guard who can attack the hoop and shoot from deep. He’s the definition of a leader. The Duquesne commit has a bright future in D1 basketball.
Jack Ammerman (2018, SG, Skyline)
Ammerman can shoot the three with the best in Michigan. He plays with confidence and hustle, and Isco always ready to take the big shot. Ammerman has been one of the most underrated prospects in the state.
Lewis Willis (2018, G, Huron)
Willis is an outstanding three point threat. He can play off the ball, but also has the ball handling ability to play on the ball. Willis is one of the top perimeter defenders in Michigan.
Drew Lowder (2018, PG, Pioneer)
Lowder is an electric point guard. His speed and quick first step give him the ability to blow by a defender. He has a good jumper and passes the ball on a string. Lowder will be in the conversation for Mr. Basketball next season.
Ryan Wade (2019, G, Skyline)
Wade has a long wingspan and has used it to become an elite defender. He is an excellent athlete who can finish at the rim. Wade is full of potential and will be considered among the best seniors in the state next season.
Avery Lewis (2018, F, Huron)
Lewis can do it all. He’s great defensively, can drive to the basket, and has a nice mid range jumper. Lewis is a ball magnet when it comes off the rim and will outwork his opponent for a rebound.
LJ DeWolf (2018, G, Huron)
DeWolf is a great defender who is always willing to buy in to a ‘team defense’ concept and do whatever it takes to get a stop. He is an excellent three point shooter as well.
Griffin Yaklich (2020, G, Saline)
Yaklich is one of the top players in Michigan’s class of 2020. He’s smooth with the ball and rarely wasted a dribble. He’s dangerous with his floater and ability to find teammates when driving the lane.
Kasean Pryor (2019, SF, Pioneer)
Pryor is a unique player. He has great size but prefers to play outside-in making him a matchup nightmare. Pryor has a high ceiling and will be one of the top seniors in Michigan next season.
Zach Lewandowski (2018, F, Bedford)
Lewandowski is a good all around athlete who has a nice mid range game. He’s strong, tough, and plays with heart. Lewandowski is a leader who could post a double-double on any given night.
DeSean Munson (2019, F, Skyline)
Munson is long and athletic. He can run the floor, finish at the rim, and is active on the glass. Munson is very talented and could have a HUGE senior season.
Jacob Williams (2018, G, Pioneer)
Williams is a smooth athlete that can score and handle the ball. This gives him the ability to play on or off the ball. Williams is a hard worker who loves the game.
Devin Womack (2021, G, Huron)
Womack proved to be one of the most talented freshman in the state. He’s athletic and has a game that is mature beyond his years. Womack can score at all three levels and looks to lead a strong freshman class of Huron basketball players.
Trevor Arico (2020, G, Saline)
Arico is an extremely underrated talent. He’s a shooter who gets hot from deep. Arico is so dangerous for opponents that he always has to be accounted for. Look for him to rise up the prospect rankings over the next year.
Emmett Turner (2018, F, Saline)
Turner is a high energy player that makes plays through grit, hustle, and heart. He’s a strong kid who’s solid on the glass.
Kabir Bergin (2020, F, Skyline)
Cole Chappell (2018, F, Monroe)
Dylan Blossom (2018, G, Bedford)