Posted On: 12/28/20 1:38 PM

Playing at a small school already puts players behind the proverbial eight-ball when being recruited, being overlooked for athletes from bigger schools. It does not help that most players will need to move positions when they get to college, oftentimes being forced to play positions that they will be too short to play at the next level. Mostly seniors and juniors are on this list, and most of them will be playing a different position when they move on to the college level. In a conference known for two school dominating, here are the players that scouts and schools overlook; the sleeper players from the Central Buckeye Conference- Kenton Trails division. 

Michael Severt- Senior; Kenton Ridge: A young man that is a part of a well-rounded and balanced scoring attack, Severt is averaging 13.5 points per game so far this season. Severt plays inside-out on offense, with the ability to get hot and sink three-point jump shots. Standing around 6-foot-3, he is playing the forward position but will be able play the guard position at the next level because of his reliable handle and relentless will to get in the paint. Severt has a game of

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