Daryl Houston’s performance at the Kenny Anderson showcase has helped boost his stock heading into his senior season.

Posted On: 01/20/21 12:53 PM

This is going to be the second part of our series where we go over the top unsigned players in the state at each position. The senior class has drawn the short stick when it comes to college coaches seeing them in person, so hopefully the players mentioned get the recruiting attention that they deserve.

Marquis BarnettMarquisBarnett6'3" | PGBrunswick | 2021StateOH, 6’3 PG Brunswick 2021: Barnett is a player I’ve written about extensively, so I’ll keep it brief. The senior point guard has taken a significant leap this season and created one of the top scoring back-courts in the state with senior sharpshooter Tre MasseyTreMassey6'2" | SGBrunswick | 2021StateOH. I believe Barnett should be getting looks from Division II programs across the mid-west.

AJ MirgonAJMirgon5'11" | CGHilliard Bradley | 2021StateOH, 5’11 GC Hilliard Bradley 2021: Mirgon is a winner, he’s kept Hilliard Bradley unbeaten after the graduation of Matt AlloccoMattAllocco6'4" | PGBradley | 2020State#405NationOH alongside Wright State commit Keaton NorrisKeatonNorris5'10" | PGHilliard Bradley | 2021StateOH. Mirgon can play both guard positions and is capable of playing on and off ball. His shooting and defensive toughness are qualities that are highly sought after by small college programs.

Casey GeorgeCaseyGeorge6'0" | PGPickerington North | 2021StateOH, 6’0 PG Pickerington North 2021: George is a hard-nosed competitor who has

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