Posted On: 06/20/19 9:00 AM

The high school season, you see players gradually grow each year. It could be because of team needs, or they’re breaking out of their shell into a better player. 

This winter, that will be the story once again. We will see some players improve on their game tremendously, in different ways. 


• Conner Maciag (6’2” / CG 2020 / Pickerington Central): This spring, and a time this June I was able to watch the senior Tiger play, and improve. Due to the loss of production to graduation, Pick Central is going to rely on some other faces. Maciag has a growing ability to score the ball from multiple levels, as well as play tough on-ball. With the ability to handle the ball, or play off, look for Maciag to get plenty of opportunity in an expanded role this winter. 

• Dan Lee (6’2” / G 2020 / Dublin Scioto):  Lee is a capable scorer from all around. A high-IQ player on the hardwood, Lee plays a brand of winning basketball. Not to mention his abobe 4.0 GPA! Last season Dublin had a well rounded team, scoring wise. With the ability I’ve seen from Lee to

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