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BuckeyeGrove.com Ohio Hoops 2010 top 30

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Jared SullingerC
Columbus, OHNorthland

Sullinger recently led All-Ohio Red to their third consecutive AAU National Championship. The skilled post man is already as decorated as any player in Ohio basketball history, and another state title could cement his place as one of the all-time greats in the state. At 6-foot-8 and 260 pounds, Sullinger is in the best shape of his life, and is absolutely in contention to be named the top player in the country.

5 stars6'8"260Ohio St.
#2Adreian PayneC
Dayton, OHJefferson

The natural talent that he has is unreal. He had an inconsistent, but there is no doubting the natural ability.

5 stars6'10"215Michigan St.
#3Jordan SibertG
Cincinnati, OHPrinceton

Sibert got injured very early in the summer, but he still is a heck of a prospect.

4 stars6'4"180Ohio St.
#4Juwan StatenG
Mouth of Wilson, VAOak Hill Academy

Juwan is off to Oak Hill, but he is still an Ohio kid. His talent as a lead guard is impressive.

4 stars5'11"170Dayton
#5Aaron CraftG
Findlay, OHLiberty Benton

Craft turned up his game in a big way this summer. He proved beyond a shadow of a doubt that he can be a productive lead guard in college.

3 stars6'0"179Ohio St.
#6Griffin McKenzieF
Cincinnati, OHMoeller

Not many players McKenzie's size can shoot like he is capable. A big July led to an explosion of offers.

3 stars6'9"220Xavier
#7J.D. WeatherspoonF
Columbus, OHNorthland

There is no doubting his athletic ability, but his summer was a struggle at times.

3 stars6'6"200Ohio St.
#8Geron JohnsonG
Dayton, OHDunbar

He is so talented it is scary. Johnson has a lot of work to do off the court, but on it he is special.

4 stars6'3"170list
#9Cameron WrightG
Cleveland, OHBenedictine

Wright had a good summer, and rebounded to become a highly sought after prospect.

3 stars6'5"195Pittsburgh
#10Allen PayneF
Cincinnati, OHWinton Woods

Payne continues to show a high skill level, and is a very productive small forward.

3 stars6'6"205Auburn
#11Rob BrandenbergG
Gahanna, OHLincoln

The VCU commitment continued to show off how far his game has come in the past 12 months during the summer.

3 stars6'2"175VCU
#12Nick KelloggG
Columbus, OHDeSales

Kellogg is very strong, and knows how to get to the rim. His shot is improving, but is caught between positions.

3 stars6'2"Ohio
#13Derek JacksonG
Cleveland, OHBenedictine

Jackson had an excellent high school season, and a good AAU season before suffering an injury.

6'1"170Cent. Michigan
#14Ralph HillF
Westerville, OHWesterville North

Hill can do a little bit of everything, but he needs to be more consistent with his effort and production.

3 stars6'6"195Dayton
#15Kenny KnightF
Cincinnati, OHAiken

Knight always gives 100 percent when he is on the floor. Still needs to improve his skill level.

6'7"203Kent St.
#16Anton HutchinsG
Lima, OHLima Senior

Hutchins is a solid athlete who can shoot the ball on the wing. He is not often mentioned with the best in the class, but his versatility makes him very impressive.

6'3"175list
#17Jon HarrisF
Twinsburg, OHTwinsburg

Harris had a big time summer which saw him pick up a lot of mid-major attention.

6'6"185Miami (OH)
#18Quentin RollinsG
Wilmington, OHWilmington

Rollins is a very heady point guard who really knows how to play the game. He always makes the right pass at the right time.

6'0"Miami (OH)
#19Josh EgnerF
Massillon, OHJackson

Egner is a good athlete who plays hard and knows how to get things done.

6'7"210Akron
#20Mark HennigerF
Massillon, OHJackson

Henninger is a skilled post man who plays below the rim, but produces very well.

6'8"200Kent St.
#21Cameron BlackF
Kent, OHTheodore Kent Roosevelt

Black is a skilled post who has a whole world of upside.

6'9"230Bowling Green
#22A.J. PacherC
Vandalia, OHButler

A skilled center who knows how to shoot the ball from the outside. He just needs to get tougher rebounding the basketball.

6'9"210Wright St.
#23D.J. MartinezF
Troy, OHTroy

Martinez came on in the spring, and showed some potential to be productive on the block.

6'8"210list
#24Greg GaineyF
Dayton, OHWhite

Gainey is an excellent athlete who can simply fly. Undersized to play down low, he needs to improve his skill level.

6'5"200list
#25Storm SandersG
Canton, OHGlenoak

Sanders is someone who gives maximum effort all the time. He isn’t a great shooter, but he gets to the rim and knows how to finish with strength and athleticism.

6'0"list
#26Ryan BassG
Dayton, OHChaminade-Julienne

Despite being 5-foot-7, Bass can get his head even with the rim. Also when he is on, he can light up the scoreboard.

5'11"169Oakland
#27Craig SealyF
Columbus, OHBrookhaven

Sealy is long and athletic. He could be more productive, but there is a lot of upside.

6'7"210Bowling Green
#28Storm StanleyC
Toledo, OHSt. Francis DeSales

Stanley is a huge prospect who takes up a lot of space down low.

3 stars6'10"210list
#29Brooke TursonF
Plymouth, OHPlymouth

Turson is just a basketball player. Not a great athlete, not super skilled, but just a flat out winner who does anything needed.

6'4"185Cent. Michigan
#30Jordan BerlinG
Wilmington, OHWilmington

Berlin is one of the better outside shooters around. Also he plays hard and is a smart player

6'3"list

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