Matt Davet (St. Ignatius) 2017

Perhaps the most skilled big in attendance on Sunday, Davet showcased patience and an array of moves when working from the low block as he would go on to finish with the most points scored among the post players. In an environment that is more suited for guards and dynamic ballhandlers, Davet proved to be one of the most efficient offensive threats in the gym. The 6'6 forward is an Ivy League caliber student and is considering several of the programs within the prestige conference to further both his academic and athletic career. 

Daquan Henderson (Warrensville Heights) 2017

Standing at 6'9 and toting a 7'2 wingspan, it's pretty hard to miss Daquan Henderson on a basketball floor. On Sunday, Henderson was as aggressive as I have ever seen him on the defensive end of the floor, challenging virtually anyone and everything that came into the lane. Entering his senior year and only his third year of organized basketball, Daquan will be expected to carry over some of this weekend's momentum as the Tigers will be without Yavari Hall and Brandon Peters, last year's leading scorers.

Mark Mayle (Malvern) 2018

After spending his summer traveling the EYBL circuit with the King James program, Mayle has continued to be a journeyman thus far in the Fall. For the past few Sundays, Mayle has been making his way down to Reynoldsburg to compete in Coach Vic's Weekly Showcases, but this past weekend the 6'7 forward decided to stay a little closer to home. Mark proved to be one of the more athletic bigs in attendance by finishing at or near the top in both the standing vertical jump and pro agility tests. 

Michael Zitney (Massillon Jackson) 2017

Over the course of the last 6 months, there haven't been many in the area who have improved quite like Zitney. The kid from Jackson township is beginning to put all of the pieces together and gain more confidence in his abilities. At 6'7 and well over 220 pounds, Zitney has the size and strength to contribute at the next level. He finished plays through contact and even showed that he can get off the ground and put home a few dunks with authority.