Posted On: 09/4/19 7:46 AM

Last season, Trotwood's quartet of Amari Davis, Carl Blanton, Sammy Anderson, and Justin Stephens showed that a group of four stars can win a State Championship. Below are four of the top quartets in 2019-20, with a description of how their personnel may fit.

No. 8: Princeton

Deairius Randle-Barker (2020), 6-0 guard: Athletic primary ball-handler who makes good decisions and beats guys with speed. Collapses the defense. Away from the ball, Randle-Barker is a threat on spot-up 3-pointers. 

Khalil Davis (2020), 6-1 guard: Attacks the close-out and scores on straight-line-drives. Probably will defend the other team's best guard on most nights. Athletic and active as a help-side defender. 

Kaleb Crawford (2020), 6-2 guard: Quick and bouncy slasher who can get fouled or finish in traffic. 

Bowen Hardman (2022), 6-4 guard: An elite shooter who will make opponents pay if they help off him to stop the drive. Both a catch-and-shoot and pull-up threat. 

 

No. 7: Pickerington Central

Conner Maciag (2020), 6-1 guard: A season after averaging 4.8 points, Maciag appears truly ready to takeover as one of their primary

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