Ajay Sheldon (1 White jersey) was one of many Juniors who stood out in the past week.

Posted On: 01/17/21 12:00 AM

In this article I’ll be looking at all non-senior prospects that impressed me in the four games that I caught this week. Those four games included Olentangy Liberty 60 @ Upper Arlington 46, Trotwood-Madison 108 @ Whitehall 110 (2OT), Westerville Central 75 @ Dublin Coffman 60 and Heath 53 @ Waverly 47 (2OT)

Nick Heath, 6’4 SF Upper Arlington 2022: This was my first in-person viewing of Heath and he stood out against a senior laden Olentangy Liberty squad. Heath moves really well without the basketball and is capable of running off screens to set up 3-point shots from the wing. With Heath’s impressive lateral quickness at his size and good pre-catch mechanics, he’s a quick trigger firing off ball. I project Heath to be one of the more highly sought after wings in the class of 2022 at the Division II level.

Donovan HunterDonovanHunter6'7" | SFWesterville Central | 2023StateOH, 6’7 PF Westerville Central 2023: Hunter was a part of the Warhawks dominant defensive effort against Dublin Coffman on Friday evening. Hunter had a significant height advantage on anybody on the Shamrocks roster. Hunter was doing a nice job commanding the paint on the glass. Hunter also knocked down both of his 3-pointers

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