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2007 Prospect Ranking

2007: Michigan Hoops Rankings

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Darquavis TuckerG
Saginaw, MIArthur Hill

Quality athlete with a constantly improving skill game.

4 stars6'4"190DePaul
#2Corperryale HarrisG
Detroit, MIRedford

Slippery guard has impressive instincts.

4 stars6'4"170Michigan
#3Kalin LucasG
Orchard Lake, MISt. Mary's

Pushes the tempo with the best of them.

4 stars6'0"165Michigan St.
#4Durrell SummersF
Redford, MICovenant

Dangerous offensive rebounder from the wing.

4 stars6'5"195Michigan St.
#5Joshua SouthernF
Saginaw, MISaginaw

Big man with soft hands, Southern is state’s top big man in ’07.

3 stars6'9"240Boston Coll.
#6Laval Lucas-PerryG
Flint, MIPowers Catholic

Solid fundamentals and strong court awareness, Lucas-Perry will be a solid addition to the Arizona backcourt.

3 stars6'1"191Arizona
#7Justin AnyijongC
East Grand Rapids, MI

No player has made more progress in the last six months than the high-ceilinged power forward. Must add strength.

3 stars6'9"190Toledo
#8Devin SearcyF
Detroit, MIRomulus

Good pick-up for Dayton. Searcy is a leaper who needs to get tougher around the rim.

3 stars6'9"205Dayton
#9Kelvin GradyG
East Grand Rapids, MIEast Grand Rapids

Michigan commitment’s strength is on the defensive end of the floor.

3 stars5'10"156Michigan
#10Austin ThorntonG
Cedar Springs, MI

State’s most underrated player, Thornton has the ability to play three positions.

3 stars6'5"190Michigan St.
#11Chase SimonG
Detroit, MIDetroit Community

Brings a combination of talent to the backcourt, with pretty good athleticism. Good with the drive.

3 stars6'5"185Cent. Michigan
#13Peter BunnG
Lansing, MIChristian

Injuries have delayed his development, but Bunn could be the comeback player of the year in Michigan. Dangerous shooter.

2 stars6'2"185Oakland
#14David Fox
Muskegon Heights, MIMuskegon Heights

One of the state’s top point guards, but might be rising faster as a wide receiver prospect in football.

2 stars6'0"174East. Michigan
#15Jon TassinG
Orchard Lake, MISt. Mary's

Streaky shooter, who gets a lot of good looks off Kalin Lucas’s ability to penetrate.

2 stars6'6"180Oakland
#16Anthony IanniC
Okemos, MIOkemos

A key piece of Okemos’ run to the MHSAA finals. Ianni will be the go-to player for Okemos this winter.

2 stars6'9"240
#17Leviante DavisF
Sedalia, MOState Fair C.C.

The addition of this agile big man makes Flint Southwestern an early favorite to win a Class B championship in Michigan.

2 stars6'6"285list
#18Paul CrosbyF
Holt, MIHolt

Powerful rebounder who may have peaked early. Had an up-and-down summer for the Michigan Mustangs.

2 stars6'6"240Toledo
#19Deonte WesleyF
Battle Creek, MIKellogg C.C.

Doesn’t get the pub that Josh Southern does, but Wesley does yeoman’s work on both ends of the floor.

2 stars6'7"234list
#20Mike PrzydzialF
Bloomfield, MIWest Bloomfield

Showed inside-outside skill when he hit a buzzer-beater to give OAA Select a big victory over the Michigan Hurricanes during the summer.

2 stars6'7"205
#21Martell WebbF
Pontiac, MINorthern

Gifted athlete is committed to play wide receiver for Michigan.

2 stars6'5"225Michigan
#22Dameon AbramG
Pontiac, TXClarendon

Plays with good strength, but skill development hasn't kept up with high early rankings.

2 stars6'3"176list
#23Keithan JacksonF
Grand Rapids, MIGrand Rapids C.C.

Good in the open court for a big guy, Jackson is also a strong rebounder and defender.

2 stars6'6"240list

2007: Michigan Hoops Rankings

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