Posted On: 10/21/19 11:33 AM

The Top 10 Southwest Ohio Perimeter Defenders consistently demonstrate athleticism, IQ, and will power. 

Sammy Anderson (2020) | 6-2 G | Trotwood

A three-star football recruit, Anderson's cornerback skills are exhibited on the hardwood. His hips and ability to change directions to stay in front is an elite asset. He's balanced and physical, often legally knocking ball-handlers off-balance with pressure. Quick and strong hands. Anderson also races for loose balls and plays with energy.

Khalil Davis (2020) | 6-1 G | Princeton

Davis is an electrifying athlete who can sit down and stay in front. Consistently makes an impact on help-side, too. Good instincts away from the ball and knows when to fly over to get his hands on the ball for a steal or block. Extremely fast. Cumberlands commit.

Mali Harris-Strayhorn (2020) | 6-3 SF | Beavercreek

Stays wide and low to the ground in his defensive stance. Harris-Strayhorn can swing his hips around rapidly, allowing him to stay in front of shifty and speedy ball-handlers. Active, disruptive arms.

Greg Johnson (2021) | 6-2 G | Princeton

Johnson is destined to play defense on the basketball court.

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