Posted On: 10/27/20 8:18 PM

Coming off of the 270 Hoops event dubbed “The Intro,” (among other events over the summer and start of fall) plenty of freshman have emerged as key names to keep an eye on going forward; including some young men attending Columbus City League school’s. Adjusting to the pace of high school play will always be difficult but with age and maturity comes more confidence and better play. What the writer calls “the similac factor,” (the act in which their youth will determine their fate) will always come into play and their progress throughout the season will be important. This is a list of freshman with potential to help their teams this upcoming season. 

Denarius Crowder Jr.- Independence: Crowder is just built different, with broad shoulders and biceps the size of some wrestlers. In the Columbus City League, he can be used in different ways at a young age that can bring him along slowly with an experienced team with guards that can guide and help teach him. Crowder is a freight train to the basket, using his size and speed to barrel through and fly past defenders. He has shown a propensity to hit

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