2017 ALL-OHIO HIGH SCHOOL PREVIEW
2017 ALL-OHIO HIGH SCHOOL SHOWCASE
THAT'S WHAT'S UP by Jerry Watson
The All-Ohio Basketball Program has been recognized by college coaches and the media as one of the outstanding summer programs around the country. Former All-Ohio player Jared Sullinger signed a one-year deal with the Toronto Raptors. Terry Rozier is a key guard off the bench for the Boston Celtics. Caris Levert was taken in the first round of the NBA draft by the Brooklyn Nets. The All-Ohio Basketball Program has had a player taken in the last 6 NBA drafts. The Program has 7 active players on NBA rosters for the 2016-2017 season. All-Ohio Red 2nd Grade team had a record of 52-5 and won several highly regarded tournaments. All-Ohio Red 4th Grade Team was a highly respected team in the Midwest. The All-Ohio Blue 4th Grade team beat the higher regarded Blue Chips this past Fall in Louisville. All-Ohio Red 5th Grade finished 3rd at the AAU National in Florida and ranked among the top 6 in the country. All-Ohio Red 6th Grade featured Paul McMillan, Jr, one of the highly regarded guards in the country by most scouting services. The All-Ohio Red 7th Grade team had several good prospects and played a national schedule across the country. The All-Ohio Red 8th Grade team was Top Twenty in the Midwest and had some major guards like Zeb Jackson and Josiah Fulcher. All-Ohio Red 9th Grade team was Top Six in the country by most publications. They won championships in 5 major tournaments, qualified for the Nike Elite Eight and were runner-up in the AAU Super Showcase in Orlando, Florida. They also featured several high major college prospects. The All-Ohio Red 10th Grade team won several major tournaments like the Nike Sweet Sixteen at the Peach Jam in Augusta, Georgia. They won the AAU Super Showcase in Orlando, Florida. They were undefeated in the month of July and finished ranked #3 in the country. All-Ohio Red Junior team was in the Nike EYBL League format. Kaleb Wesson, who committed to play at Ohio State, was the featured player on the team. He is also a leading candidate for Mr. Basketball in Ohio. Former All-Ohio player Keon Johnson of Winthrop University is one of the premier guards in college basketball. Former All-Ohio player Jae’Sean Tate, Ohio State, is considered one of the most competitive small forwards in college basketball as a Junior. Former All-Ohio player Nigel Hayes, Wisconsin, is on the Pre-Season Top Fifty John Wooden Watch List for college basketball’s most prestigious player. The All-Ohio Program has been the winningest AAU Program in the country with 10 national championships. Our Program has over 60 active players playing college basketball. Over 480 players who played in the All-Oho Basketball Program have received scholarships over the last 30 years. Our Program has featured the finest basketball events Ohio has to offer.