Posted On: 09/23/19 6:53 PM

Last year Centerville and Springfield were the top teams in their half of the GWOC. Conference realignment did not affect these teams, but graduation hit the conference hard with many top players moving on. While there still is some talent coming back, the majority of the guys are not on that level this year. Below I take a look at the top teams in the GWOC American this year, and explain why I think Centerville is the team to beat this year.

1st Team
Mo Njie (2020) Centerville- Averaged 9 points, 6 rebounds, and 3 blocks per game. The 6’9 post is without a doubt the best post precense in the GWOC. Already holding multiple Division I offers, Njie is bound to have a tremendous season and is the top prospect to watch for Player of the Year honors.

Gabe Cupps (2023) Centerville- Arguably the top freshman prospect in Southwestern Ohio, Cupps joins an Elks team led by super senior Njie. He has such confidence on the floor and will take over games at an early age. He and Njie will form the top 1-2 duo in the GWOC and could potentially be a sleeper for All-Ohio honors if

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