Posted On: 10/2/19 8:22 AM

Well over 30 college coaches made their way to Lourdes Univ. to see Northwest Ohio’s top talent compete in the Toledo Top 64 on Saturday. The inaugural event was a rare opportunity to see kids in an area that otherwise lacks this level of competitive environment during the offseason. 

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Mason Loeffler | 6-3 SG | Evergreen: I had to double-check if Loeffler was a lefty halfway through the day. It almost seemed like he was determined to show his comfort with the off-hand on finishes. Sure, he was one of the event's premier shooters. But Loeffler mostly scored on shifty drives. He changes speeds and directions well while blending athleticism and skill to finish through traffic. 

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Steve Coleman | 6-4 SF | Rogers: Athletic, powerful athlete that shot it well and showed ball-handling ability. He's a playmaker around the rim with his explosive rebounds and shot-blocks. But Coleman was pulling up for 3-pointers, showing more comfort shooting off the dribble, on Saturday. Defends at a high level. 

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