Posted On: 12/11/19 7:55 AM

Enough games have been played to give us a hunch about who has improved since summer and/or last season.

Logan Duncomb (2021) | 6-9 C | Moeller

Duncomb improved greatly over the offseason. And although he's still just scratching the surface of his potential, Duncomb's production looks to have turned a page. He has recorded double-doubles in their first two games despite never going for 10+ rebounds last season. His newfound agility and upper body power allows him to rebound in traffic at a higher level. 

Malaki Branham (2021) | 6-5 SG | St. Vincent-St. Mary

Branahm, averaging 18 points, has been St. V's leading scorer in wins over Pickerington North and Moeller. The top overall prospect playing OHSAA basketball, "junior Branham" is in a different stratosphere compared to "sophomore Branham," who averaged 12 points and six rebounds. Namely, Branham's shot-creation ability from the perimeter has grown leaps and bounds. Their first two wins solidified their spot as the state's Division II favorite.

Tyler Williams (2023) | 6-7 PF | Brush

Although Williams' production has come during blow-outs over John Hay and Eastlake North, he is establishing himself

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