Ben Knostman is averaging a TRIPLE DOUBLE through five games in the 2020-21 season.

Posted On: 02/16/21 5:48 PM

As the tournament gets closer to beginning, it is interesting to look back at what was a memorable season. COVID forced small crowds, but through live-streams and live games, multiple teams across the state were able to be seen. Today, I will take a look at 4 senior prospects that impressed this season.

Prophet JohnsonProphetJohnson6'4" | PFHuber Heights Wayne | 2021StateOH (Wayne) 6’4 WF- You can’t talk about Dayton basketball this year without mentioning Johnson and his remarkable season. Per the GWOC website, he leads the GWOC in scoring at 20.4 points per game. The fact that Prophet did this with the amount of talent and depth on this Wayne team makes the feat that much more impressive. After spending time at Northmont and Thurgood Marshall previously, Johnson found a home with Wayne and seemed most comfortable playing in their system. Always known to be a defensive menace on-the-ball, Johnson showed us his offensive game which vastly improved. Showed far more confidence putting the ball on the floor and improved his finishing in the paint. 

Alex Ball (Miamisburg) 5’11 PG- Ball quietly led the Vikings to a 15-7 record this year and was a major part on both ends of the floor for ’Burg.

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