Posted On: 12/18/20 11:57 AM

With all but one team in the Buckeye division taking the court, it is easy to tell which players have made impacts on their respective teams without scoring all the time and those are the players that fans, coaches and scouts alike all sleep on and overlook. These players are able to glide under the radar and play winning basketball without having the pressure to carry teams, but they are the glue to their team. From sophomores who are trying to break out, to seniors who are getting that one last season to put their game on film, these players should be considered when talking about the better ones in the Mid-State League as a whole. Get ready to read about the young men that are under-the-radar for now. 

Jacob Denney- Junior; Liberty Union: Denney averaged just under 10 points per game last season, and is the Lion’s second leading returning scorer. The 6-foot-6 swingman must pay rent in the paint because he lives at the rim, constantly cutting to the rim and finishing inside with a soft touch. Denney has soft hands to catch tough passes in crowds and keeps the basketball high to make

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