Dayton/ Springfield Area Basketball Top Players, teams

HardCorps

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Bless, How long until we hear about the next 5’8” Luke Kennard that gets ripped multiple times by his 8th grade counterparts as he brings the ball up the court?
 

BucksFan937

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A couple players that come to my mind...

Mo Njie of Centerville - At 6'9 he is drawing some D1 interest. I know he was pretty raw, but when I saw him play last year he played well.

Mike Sharavjamts of Legacy Christian - Last year he was a 6'6 Freshman point guard that transferred into the area from Mongolia. As a Freshman, he had a pretty good year last year. I just do not know if he will be back at the school this year.
 

winbypin

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A couple players that come to my mind...

Mo Njie of Centerville - At 6'9 he is drawing some D1 interest. I know he was pretty raw, but when I saw him play last year he played well.

Mike Sharavjamts of Legacy Christian - Last year he was a 6'6 Freshman point guard that transferred into the area from Mongolia. As a Freshman, he had a pretty good year last year. I just do not know if he will be back at the school this year.
Pretty sure the legacy kid is gone to some academy team.
 

BucksFan937

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UPDATE....he is at Prolific Prep.

That's a pretty crazy move. I was looking forward to seeing how he did over the next couple years at Legacy Christian.

I don't know a lot about some of the bigger conferences, but I will mention a couple teams and names to watch from a couple smaller school leagues below...

SWBL
Franklin (D1) - Sounds like they return a lot and should win a lot of games. Not sure how big of a threat they are for a tournament run.
Madison (D3) - Should have another good season . Grant Whisman is a very nice player. 6'7 wing that is committed to Cedarville.
Darren Ruben - Oakwood. Averaged 22.2 points per game last year, and should have a big Senior year.

CCC
National Trail (D3) - Made a run to the District Finals last year. Return 2 very good players in Cameron Harrison and Zach Woodall. Heavy favorite to win the league this year.
Arcanum (D3) - Should be pretty good this year. Return Carter Gray who is one of the better players in the league. A 6'4 guard that is a very good 3 point shooter. I'd guess he will end up playing basketball somewhere at the next level.
 

winbypin

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That's a pretty crazy move. I was looking forward to seeing how he did over the next couple years at Legacy Christian.
I agree. He was fun to watch. Their coach from the past couple of seasons has also left which probably means his son is gone too. He was the #2 scorer last year. Not sure what they will look like this year.
 

HardCorps

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A couple players that come to my mind...

Mo Njie of Centerville - At 6'9 he is drawing some D1 interest. I know he was pretty raw, but when I saw him play last year he played well.

Mike Sharavjamts of Legacy Christian - Last year he was a 6'6 Freshman point guard that transferred into the area from Mongolia. As a Freshman, he had a pretty good year last year. I just do not know if he will be back at the school this year.
“Raw.” That is a good word to describe him.
 

America

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A couple players that come to my mind...

Mo Njie of Centerville - At 6'9 he is drawing some D1 interest. I know he was pretty raw, but when I saw him play last year he played well.

Mike Sharavjamts of Legacy Christian - Last year he was a 6'6 Freshman point guard that transferred into the area from Mongolia. As a Freshman, he had a pretty good year last year. I just do not know if he will be back at the school this year.
I like the word raw. His presence is intimidating but a lot of teams shut him down/limited him as a threat. Moeller, LaSalle, St. X, Trinity held him to 2 ppg. He had a couple of high scoring games vs Northland (71-41 win) and against Northmont/Springfield. Overall, his stats weren't eye opening from last year.
 
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