Posted On: 09/10/19 10:46 AM

Which players drew the most attention from scouts and colleges coaches at Ohio's Top 250 Expo?

Nolan Burney | 6-5 PF | Carlisle

Burney showcased improved ball skills throughout the day while also proving to be a more fluid athlete than a year ago. Flashed everything from outlet passing (namely connecting on a long-distance bounce pass assist that split two defenders) to attacking from the perimeter. Capable shooter, too.

Khalil Luster | 5-4 PG | Lima Senior

Even in an environment where you're thrust into playing with a new set of teammates, Luster was able to develop chemistry one at a time. The floor general impressed in a two-man game, often passing then immediately repositioning for a 3-pointer. He made shots from distance without much space. The ball is always on a string and its never stolen from him. Pressured the ball on defense. 

Demari Martin | 6-5 SF | Winton Woods

We didn't quite appreciate Martin's physical tools until Saturday. He has extremely long arms with broad shoulders. He stays in front to contest shots on the wing and has tremendous defensive upside. Even with an unorthodox

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