Posted On: 11/27/19 3:42 PM

Of the guys who weren't in the limelight a year ago, who has a chance to fulfill a starring role this season?


Michael Currin | 6-2 SG | Moeller

Currin will go from spot minutes to a starting role. Playing underneath the spotlight that Moeller basketball demands will allow Currin to prove himself to colleges and scouts. His size and muscular frame are intriguing at the guard spot. Meanwhile, his savvy decision-making, spot shooting, and ball-security should appeal to a number of college programs.

Brandon Gibson | 6-4 SF | Chaminade Julienne

Gibson has ideal size for a wing at the NAIA and, maybe even, Division II levels. He combines a physical body with an efficient slashing style that doesn't deviate from the flow of a possession. Gibson uses his athleticism to defend the perimeter and help out on the boards. Improving shooter with one offer from Mount Vernon Nazarene and intriguing potential.

Grant Hartnett | 5-9 PG | Northview

A substitute for last season's undefeated senior-laden Northview team, Hartnett will now be responsible for running the offense. Given the opportunity and his ability to shoot it, his scoring numbers should sky-rocket.

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