Posted On: 10/3/19 8:10 AM

At times, high school teammates could be seen competing with and against each other at the Prep Hoops Top 250 Expo. This can be a sign of good things to come for the schools that they represent. 

Clarkston

Isayah Harris (2021, 6'2", G)

Connor McKouen (2021, 6'4", F)

Cole Wilson (2021, 5'11", G)

It's easy to see why Clarkston is a basketball powerhouse in Michigan. Harris is an athletic guard that can create on offense and takes pride in his D. Wilson is a steady ball handler and has a nice looking stroke from deep. McKouen is a smooth wing that can score from multiple levels. 

Croswell-Lexington

Trey Kolakovich (2023, 5'9", G)

Zachary Kroetsch (2023, 5'10", G)

Donovan McDonald (2023, 6'4", F)

Croswell-Lexington has a solid core of freshmen to build the future of their program around. Kolakovich and Kroetsch provide perimeter skills while McDonald adds height and rebounding. 

East Lansing

Ethan Dunn (2022, 6'10", C)

David Wilkerson (2021, 6'1", G)

Watch out for East Lansing next season. There is a lot of talent there, and these 2 will both play key roles. Dunn is one of the top young

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