Your School’s All time Roster

C'Town216

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With a lot of uncertainty going on in today’s world, I figured it would be fun to do an all time roster for your school’s basketball teams. I know there is a similar thread out there dating from 2017. I think it would be cool to see a whole lineup compiled. I’ll start with my school’s all time lineup. The format should go like this:

Starters:
G
G
C/F
F
F
Bench:
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

And if you can’t think of 12, it’s fine to do however many you’d like. And they don’t have to be players who went on and played professionally or D-I College Ball. Could be someone that was and important player when playing and had a successful HS career.
 

C'Town216

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I’ll start the thread off:

Cleveland St.Joseph/VASJ Vikings All-Time Roster

HC: Mike Moran

Starters:
G Kevin Edwards -DePaul *
G Tony Miller -Marquette **
C/F Clark Kellogg -Ohio State *
F Tregg Lee -Ohio State **
F David Lighty -Ohio State **
Bench:
6 Brian Parker G -Marist
7 Eric Riley F/C -Michigan *
8 Stan Kimbrough G -UCF/Xavier *
9 Dererk Pardon F -Northwestern **
10 Ashen Ward G/F -Youngstown State
11 Carlton Bragg F -Kansas/New Mexico
12 Jerry Higgins G -The Citadel
13 Demonte Flannigan -Cleveland State **
14 Duane Gibson -Evansville
15 Nate Barnes -Lakeland CC **

* denotes played in NBA, ** denotes played professionally overseas
 
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StarstoShine

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Akron Saint Vincent Saint Mary Fighting Irish

Coach: Dru Joyce.

G. Curtis Wilson
G. Javon Graves
F. Jerome Lane
F Lebron James
F. Romeo Travis
Bench
6. Marcus Johnson
6. London Mcday
7. Dru Joyce 3rd
8. Henry Baddley
9. Jalen Hudson
10. Josh Williams
11. VJ King
12. Jbril Blount
13. Siam Cotton
14. Nick wells
15. Willie McGee
16. Jakkar Sampson
17. Anthony Anderson
18. John Williams
19. Jones
20. Brandon Weems
 
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Portsmouth Trojans.......included is college basketball career or other highlight; PHS career point total listed

G Craig Tubbs 1979..................Miami of Ohio (1,485)
G Jeff Lisath 1978.......................Miami of Ohio (1,256)
F Larry Hisle 1965.......................First team All-American; played Major League Baseball (1,375)
F Mike Haley 1961.....................Ohio University Hall of Fame; coached 4 state titles at Dayton Dunbar/Roth
F Mike Lovenguth 1972...........Kent State (36 pts. vs. #1 Celina in 1972 regional semifinals)

6. Bo Clemens 1974..................Miami of Ohio (24.3 PPG Senior Year)
7. Damond Mannon 1992......Baylor (1,057)
8. Kyre Allison 2016..................Marshall (All time leading scorer in Portsmouth history (1,688 pts.)
9. Kyle Taylor 1984....................Marshall, Xavier
10. Patrick Tubbs 1988............Morehead State (1,297)
11. Curt Gentry 1955................played for Chicago Bears
12. Leroy Carr 1954..................23.6 PPG Senior Year)

These players all scored at least 1,000 points: Kendall Reynolds 2017 (1,341), Matthew Fraulini 2020 (1,096), Dion McKinley 2012 (1,096), Wayne Evans 2012 (1,096), Phil Whitehead 1991 (1,027)
 

Irish60

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Akron Saint Vincent Saint Mary Fighting Irish

Coach: Dru Joyce.

G. Curtis Wilson
G. Javon Graves
F. Jerome Lane
F Lebron James
F. Romeo Travis
Bench
6. Marcus Johnson
6. London Mcday
7. Dru Joyce 3rd
8. Henry Baddley
9. Jalen Hudson
10. Josh Williams
11. VJ King
12. Jbril Blount
13. Siam Cotton
14. Nick wells
15. Willie McGee
16. Jakkar Sampson
17. Anthony Anderson
18. John Williams
19. Jones
20. Brandon Weems
Quite a list! Marcus Johnson was a heckuva player. So was Nick Wells. I think in a year you might have to make room for Malaki Branham on your list! I also might find room for Scott Walter as well. And it speaks well of the Irish tradition that we can go 20+ deep without mentioning Maverick Carter.
 

TroyTrojan05

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Troy Trojans

G Michael Hall- Idaho/ schools second all time scorer
G Shane Carter- Wisconsin football/all big ten
F Alex Carmona- signed with Memphis/ended up playing over seas
F Brooks Hall- Dayton/ Ohio Mr. Basketball
C Matt Terwilleger- Ohio State/ played in national championship


Of this list- Alex Carmona was pretty easily the best and most talented I ever saw. Had some off the court issues and eligibility issues. Signed for Cal at Memphis then ended up playing for the Puerto Rican national team

Bench

Lance Carter
Lance Hargrove
Cody May
DJ Martinez
Aaron Johnson
 
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troyboy73

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Other good Troy playrers:

Stephen Lucas/Maryville, MO.
Don Steineman/St Joe, IN.
Gordon Rawlyk/VMI
Rich Steineman/Ashlland-professional in South America
Denny Dickehsheets/Capital
Tom Nims/Ohio Weslleyan
Tim Kirtley/Urbana
Dave Lindeman/Ohio Wesleyan
Jeff Buckalew/Ohio Wesleyan
Kees Scarf//Indiana U (baseball) minor league baseball
Daryl Chavis
Mike Finnigan/Kansas
Ben Phifer/Wright State
 

Bball216

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I’ll start the thread off:

Cleveland St.Joseph/VASJ Vikings All-Time Roster

HC: Mike Moran

Starters:
G Kevin Edwards -DePaul *
G Tony Miller -Marquette **
C/F Clark Kellogg -Ohio State *
F Tregg Lee -Ohio State **
F David Lighty -Ohio State **
Bench:
6 Brian Parker G -Marist
7 Eric Riley F/C -Michigan *
8 Stan Kimbrough G -UCF/Xavier *
9 Dererk Pardon F -Northwestern **
10 Ashen Ward G/F -Youngstown State
11 Carlton Bragg F -Kansas/New Mexico
12 Jerry Higgins G -The Citadel
13 Demonte Flannigan -Cleveland State **
14 Duane Gibson -Evansville
15 Nate Barnes -Lakeland CC **

* denotes played in NBA, ** denotes played professionally overseas
Great List - I would swap Barnes for Alonzo Gaffney. I would also have to find a spot for The Helicopter Mel Levitt. IMO
 

C'Town216

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Great List - I would swap Barnes for Alonzo Gaffney. I would also have to find a spot for The Helicopter Mel Levitt. IMO
Gaffney and Levitt would of made the list had they finished their careers at Joes and IMO would be listed as HM’s. Honestly Joes would have another all time roster of those that transferred out. Levitt would definitely be on Euclid’s all time roster for sure.
 

vikings4life

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I would take Jerome Davis, Chris Calander and Dale Thomas over Gaffney regardless of his defection. They were better players and have better families.
 

SeeYaSometime

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Akron Saint Vincent Saint Mary Fighting Irish

Coach: Dru Joyce.

G. Curtis Wilson
G. Javon Graves
F. Jerome Lane
F Lebron James
F. Romeo Travis
Bench
6. Marcus Johnson
6. London Mcday
7. Dru Joyce 3rd
8. Henry Baddley
9. Jalen Hudson
10. Josh Williams
11. VJ King
12. Jbril Blount
13. Siam Cotton
14. Nick wells
15. Willie McGee
16. Jakkar Sampson
17. Anthony Anderson
18. John Williams
19. Jones
20. Brandon Weems
#19 Corey Jones
 

Baller

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Akron Saint Vincent Saint Mary Fighting Irish

Coach: Dru Joyce.

G. Curtis Wilson
G. Javon Graves
F. Jerome Lane
F Lebron James
F. Romeo Travis
Bench
6. Marcus Johnson
6. London Mcday
7. Dru Joyce 3rd
8. Henry Baddley
9. Jalen Hudson
10. Josh Williams
11. VJ King
12. Jbril Blount
13. Siam Cotton
14. Nick wells
15. Willie McGee
16. Jakkar Sampson
17. Anthony Anderson
18. John Williams
19. Jones
20. Brandon Weems
Joe Suboticki better coach then Joyce.
 

Baller

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Barberton
HC: Jack Greynolds Sr.
Asssistant Coaches: Joe Suboticki, Roger Cramer and Jim Borchick

Starters:
G Fred Grisby-University of Akron
G Mark Bodnar-University of Michigan
C/F Alvin Robertson-University of Arkansas-NBA All Star
F Carter Scott-The Ohio State University
F Fred Johnson-Played football at Miami of Ohio
Bench:
6 Darren Tarver-George Mason
7 Adrian Crawford-Florida State
8 Mike Perry-Kent State
9 Terry Weigand-Ashland University
10 Kenny Robertson-Cleveland State
11 Richard Sims-Wisconsin-Green Bay
12. Marty Bodnar-University of Michigan
 
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