ABCs of Dayton’s 2019 prospects


Posted On: 07/9/18 8:45 PM

Take a look at everything you need to know of the 2019 prospects from A to Z.

A is for assists- Brookville point guard Jacob Gudorf (#134) averaged 6 assists per game last season. He has developed a scoring touch that will make him an even more impressive offensive weapon.
B is for Bellefontaine- Jack Clement (#110) is from Bellefontaine. The Chieftans point guard averaged 5 assists per game last year.
C is for Centerville- Guard Ryan Marchal (#147) is the sole Elks player in the 2019 rankings. Marchal is commited to play for Huntington Prep Post Grad team after this upcoming season.
D is for Davis- Amari Davis (#4) is a defensive wing and is a huge X-factor for the Trotwood Rams. He recently picked up an offer from Salem University.
E is for Ethan- Ethan Conley (#30) from Franklin-Monroe is a high scoring guard for the Jets and Dayton Metro for grassroots. He is being heavily recruited by multiple in-state Division 2 schools.
F is for Fairmont- The Firebirds tied for the most prospects in the 2019 rankings. They include Kellan Bochenek (#118), Ryan Hall (#130), and Dashawn Brown (#161)
G is for Gage- Milton Gage (#83) from Chaminade-Julienne is a slashing guard for the Eagles. Averaged 17 points per game last year.
H is for high flying guard- Fairmont guard Ryan Hall (#130) has some serious hops. Don’t be surprised if he throws down a few impressive slams this December.
I is for interior presence- Springboro bigs Michael Berner (#76) and Garrett Powell (#95) return and provide the Panthers with one of the best frontcourts in the city.
J is for Jarod- Minster big man Jarod Schulze (#42) joins the updated rankings. The 6’9” Center is poised for a strong season in the MAC this season.
K is for Kellan- Kellan Bochenek (#118) is one of the key returning backcourt pieces for a Fairmont team coming off a District runner up season. Kellan can score at all 3 levels.
L is for lane protector- Trotwood post player Justin Stephens (#54) averaged 3 blocks per game in 2017-18.
M is for Moss- Springfield guard RaHeim Moss (#27) is a physical slashing guard for the Wildcats
N is for Nathan Bruns- Bruns (#14) is a two sport athlete that recently committed to play basketball at Findlay next season.
O is for offensive weapons- 3 of the top scorers are Samari Curtis, Ethan Conley, and C.J. Napier.
P is for Panthers- Springboro post player Michael Berner (#76) saw his name added to the 2019 rankings. Berner is a physical low post threat that has collegiate potential.
Q is for quadruple-double potential- If there is one player with potential to grab a quadruple-double first this season, it is Amari Davis. Points, rebounds, assists, and steals.
R is for rebounding star- Fenwick post player C.J. Napier (#71) has been one of the top rebounders in the GCL over the past 2 seasons. We expect him to grab 10-12 boards this upcoming season
S is for Springfield- The Wildcats tied for the most prospects in the 2019 rankings. They include RaHeim Moss (#27), Sam Towns (#91), and JaJuan Rodgers (#133)
T is for three point shooter- One of the top under-the-radar three point shooters in the class is Kellan Bochenek from Fairmont.
U is for underrated- Sidney forward Ratez Roberts (#158) has been one of the most underrated players in the Dayton area. A defensive menace, Roberts looks to have a bigger role this upcoming season.
V is for court vision- Many of the guards in the rankings have great court vision including Jacob Gudorf from Brookville, Ryan Hall from Fairmont, Samari Curtis from Xenia.
W is for Webb- Anton Webb (#65) has been one of the biggest stock risers of the summer in the Dayton area. He is our prediction to be a 1st Team All-MBC player.
X is for Xenia- Samari Curtis is arguably one of the top 5 players in the Class of 2019 and he calls Xenia High School his home during the Winter.
Y is for your top ranked player in Dayton- The highest ranked player from Dayton is Samari Curtis from Xenia at #3.
Z is for Zach- Zach Huffman (#105) from Lebanon joins the updated rankings. Averaged 10 points and 5 rebounds for the Warriors last year.