Muskegon’s Anthony Sydnor

Posted On: 12/28/20 1:26 PM

The Ottawa-Kent Conference is loaded with talent in all six divisions this season. From top-to-bottom, a healthy mix of future Division 1, 2, and NAIA level players will lead their programs in 2021. Below are my picks for the top 50 players in the OK Conference. First up are players ranked 50-41.

50. Nick HenryNickHenry6'6" | PFCaledonia | 2022StateMI, 6’7" F, Caledonia 2022"

Nick is one of the highest stock-rises the west side of the state saw this summer. His climb is mostly attributed to the motor that he plays with on the glass. He’s an aggressive rebounder who uses his physicality well. His footwork in the paint has continued to evolve, allowing him to be a threat offensively and a great defender around the rim.

 

49. Kobe KambestadKobeKambestadPGWest Catholic | 2022StateMI, 6’0" G, West Catholic 2022"

Kobe is one of the best passers in the area. He has a natural feel for the point guard position, which translates to a ton of assists and very few turnovers. He has a good shot and consistently knocks down jumpers from spot-up and pull-up situations. Kobe’s a bit undersized but makes up for it with his quickness. 

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