Posted On: 10/12/18 5:00 AM

Throughout this week, we’re covering the entire 2020 class segmented by areas in the state.

We began with Southeast, Northwest, and Northeast Ohio in the early week. Expect insight on Dayton and Cincinnati this weekend. But, for now, it's all about the middle of Ohio! 

Considering the high school season’s imminence, it makes sense to compare players to guys they’ll compete with in the coming months. All the while, keep in mind that we want to focus mostly on the non-Division I prospects, instead bringing awareness to lesser-known recruits.

(#60) Kobe Righter, 5’11”, DeSales

Righter certainly doesn’t steal the show with athleticism and physical presence. Frankly, he’s noticeably undersized. But, in playing with Nova’s top 16U crew last season, the team always played their best with Righter on the floor. He outsmarts opponents and can find where the help-side is coming from in a cerebral fashion. Righter’s shifty quickness, ball-handling ability, and outside shooting threat allows him to penetrate regularly. He scores it with range and is a crafty finisher, also.   

(#70) Tahleik Walker, 6’2”, Pickerington Central

Walker is

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