Posted On: 10/4/19 8:29 AM

We have been looking at a few instances of high school teammates competing with and against each other at the Prep Hoops Top 250 Expo. This can bode well for the schools that they represent. 

Benzie Central

Nate Childers (2022, 5'10", G)

Quinn Zickert (2022, 6'1", G)

Benzie Central has what could be a special sophomore backcourt. If they continue to develop, the program is in for a fun future. 

Grand Blanc

Jacob Carlson (2021, 6'3", F)

Austin Perry (2021, 6'2", G)

Justin Perry (2023, 6'0", G)

Jack Rechsteiner (2021, 6'0", G)

Josh Rechsteiner (2021, 6'0", G)

Grand Blanc came to the Top 250.....And they came strong. Their junior class will cause problems for the next couple of years with Carlson, Austin Perry, and the Rechsteiners. Justin Perry will be a centerpiece at Grand Blanc in the future. 

Hanover Horton

Bryce Sanders (2020, 6'4", G)

Carson Sanders (2022, 6'4", G)

The Sanders brothers will be key players on a loaded Hanover Horton squad. Both are versatile guards that can play and defend multiple positions. 


Tristian Gist (2022, 6'2", G)

Andre Miller Jr. (2022, 5'6", G)

Semaj Ramsey (2023, 6'1",

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