Tasos Cook and Westerville Central are near the top of the Division I Power Rankings.

Posted On: 02/19/21 2:15 PM

In this article we’re going to be taking an in-depth look at the updated 2021 rankings on our website. The senior class has been the focus of mine all season. Colleges are really only recruiting high school seniors at an in-depth level right now. Juniors and Sophomores have fallen behind transfers (seniors have too) for college programs. This article will take a closer look at our updated rankings, highlighting some notes and looking at some major risers.

The top 14 players in our rankings are committed to a college program, George MangasGeorgeMangas6'4" | SFLima Shawnee | 2021StateOH of Lima Shawnee is the highest ranked uncommitted senior, with Corey TrippCoreyTripp6'3" | PGMedina | 2021StateOH of Medina right on his heels. TJ PughTJPugh6'6" | SFShelby | 2021StateOH, Tasos CookTasosCook6'2" | SGWesterville Central | 2021StateOH and Amarion DickersonAmarionDickerson6'6" | SFRichmond Heights | 2021StateOH are the only other players ranked in the top 30 that are uncommitted.

The highest ranked player committed to a Division II program is Maceo WilliamsMaceoWilliams6'6" | CGahanna | 2021StateOH at 27th overall, he’ll be continuing his athletic career at Ashland University. Kobe RodgersKobeRodgers6'3" | SGSt. Xavier | 2021StateOH is next, as the St Xavier Bomber will be headed south to Nova Southeastern. This continues a history of Nova Southeastern grabbing a high priority recruit from SW Ohio,

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