2022 Prospects

Ohio 2022 Database (05/10/2021 Update)


***Listed Alphabetically***

BEST OF THE BEST
Jacob Conner – 6’8 PF Kettering Alter
Bowen Hardman – 6’4 SG Cincinnati Princeton
Josiah Harris – 6’8 PF/C Richmond Heights
Sencire Harris – 6’2 PG Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary’s
Elmore James – 6’2 SG Cleveland Brush
Sean Jones – 5’10 PG Gahanna Lincoln
Chris Livingston – 6’6 SG/SF Akron Buchtel
Evan Mahaffey – 6’7 SF Cincinnati Moeller
Paul McMillan IV – 6’1 PG Cincinnati Woodward
Kebba Njie – 6’9 C La Lumiere School (IN)
Shawn Phillips – 6’11 C YPSI Prep (MI)
Sage Tolentino– 7’0 C Hamilton

HONORABLE MENTION
Michael Bova – 6’2 PG Cleveland St. Edward
Drey Carter – 6’7 SF/PF Westerville South
Aboubacar Cisse – 6’4 SF Cincinnati West High
Roderick Coffee – 6’3 PG Painesville Harvey
Cooper Davis – 6’3 SG Olentangy Liberty
Jared Frey – 6’5 SG/SF Hilliard Davidson
Tom House – 6’4 SG Centerville
Doogie James – 6’0 PG Columbus St. Charles
Sonny Johnson Jr – 6’0 PG Garfield Heights
Amani Lyles – 6’8 C Columbus Beechcroft
Brandon McLaughlin – 6’8 C Heath
Jacob Pleiman – 6’6 PF Botkins
Ramar Pryor – 6’1 SG Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary’s

Javan Simmons – 6’6 PF Gahanna Lincoln
Ajay Sheldon – 6’1 PG Dublin Coffman
Ben Southerland – 6’7 PF Sycamore
Jamal Sumlin – 6’0 PG YPSI Prep (MI)
Antwone Woolfork – 6’8 C Cleveland Brush
Logan Woods – 6’3 PG/SG Fairfield
Danny Young Jr – 6’1 SG Shaker Heights

Note: AJ Clayton (6’8 PF Philo/OH) and DJ Moore (6’2 PG Worthington Christian/OH) have both reclassified from the 2022 class into the class of 2021, forgoing their final year of high school basketball to enter college early. Clayton has enrolled at Ohio University, while Moore will attend Liberty.

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