There is a lot of talent in the paint this year in Michigan, led by the senior class. Here are 10 must see senior post prospects.
(6’8″, C, South Lyon East)
Branton is a physical presence with a quickly developing game. He’s gotten quicker off the floor and has become a more ferocious finisher.
(6’10″, PF, Allendale)
Corner has been high on my list for a while. He’s a versatile big, possessing a nice mid range jumper. Corner is an aggressive rebounder and high percentage scorer in the paint.
(6’7″, PF, Hudsonville)
DeGraaf has really proven himself this season. While he’s not huge at 6’7″, he’s very strong and likes to put a body people so he can get a rebound.
(6’8″, PF, Quincy)
Dunn fits the new mold power forward. He’s excellent off the pick and pop and can stretch a defense.
(6’7″, PF, Pickford)
Edington recently scored his 1000th point. He’s a tough player with soft hands around the rim.
(6’6″, F, Ferndale)
It’s tough to categorize Golson into a position. He’s such an athletic rebounder that I couldn’t leave him off the list.
Iasiah Jackson (6’9″, PF, Warren Mott)
Jackson is an exciting defensive highlight reel. He gets off the floor quickly and sends the ball back to the shooter.
(6’8″, PF, Detroit Loyola)
Lawson is another bona fide rim protector. He alters and blocks shots with regularity. Lawson has a lot of potential.
(7’0″, C, Clarkston)
With about a 7’3″ wingspan, Nicholson is tough to deal with. He dominates the glass, is an elite defender, and has shown great improvement offensively.
(6’5″, PF, Cass Tech)
Sanders is a bit undersized for an elite post player, but he makes up for it with fight and determination. The way he’s willing to battle in the paint is special.