Tyler Golphin (Cleveland Central Catholic) 2017
In an open and utempo environment, Tyler Golphin is able to display his full arsenal and that is exactly what he did on Sunday. Golphin is a wiry guard with a yo-yo like handle on the basketball. With the ability to create his own shot at any given moment and finish effortlessly in transition, Golphin was one of two players to crack the 50-point total. The 6'0 wing guard has the ability to speed you up and then stop on a dime. With natural insticts and anticipation, Golphin is capable of impacting the game on both ends of the floor.
Christian Guess (Shaker Heights) 2018
Guess is one of the most gifted athletes athletes in the area. At 6'5, he is able to dominate several facets of the game. On Sunday, Guess spent the majority of the day flooding the lanes in transition and finishing plays with his signature one-leg takeoff. After spending his summer with the OBC 16U group, Guess has put his name on the radar of several mid-major programs. While he has a tendency of letting his emotions get the best of him at times, there is no denying his talent and that is why he is considered by many to be a top 10 player in the state for 2018.
Jayrese Williams (Sandusky) 2017
Williams entered this past weekend as one of the top returning scorers in Northeast Ohio. Under Coach Collin Irish, Williams averaged 20ppg, including a school record 54 points in a December matchup vs Bowsher. While he started off the event with a slight tweak in his ankle, the 5'11 guard bounced back during the latter half of the day. Williams used his athleticism to convert effortlessly over the top of bigger defenders.