Jerry Saunders is a 2022 prospect looking to take a leap during his Junior season.

Posted On: 08/1/20 11:20 PM

This was not the first of the month that Ohio’s own Bone Thugz N’ Harmony harmonized about, except in a basketball sense once the players went to roll to the pad they counted up they profits and added it to the stash, but in any event on Saturday August 1st some of Ohio’s best took the court with college scouts in attendance. Multiple AAU programs played two games a piece, showcasing players at their peak, in a free flowing and fast pace game. The big news coming out of the Saturday session was the Ohio Hoopsters 17U Tillman point guard and Kent St. commit Jalen SullingerJalenSullinger5'11" | PGThomas Worthington | 2021StateOH seemed to tweak his ankle in some way, failing to play the entire first game and missing the second one completely. Sullinger was performing in a manner that would’ve earned him a spot on this list, but these players are the ones who played both games and stood out among the other talents. 

Eljae Deas- Ohio Hoopsters 16U (Gahana Lincoln): The starting point guard for the Hoopsters showed his quickness with his crossovers and his speed in the open court blowing by defenders before they realized he was

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