Danny Corbett (6'0 / Briggs / 2017): All Corbett does is win. Going undefeated in leading Team Heat on Sunday, Corbett embraced the challenge of going up against several highly recruited guards, and more often than not, the Briggs senior guard had the upper hand. A four-year starter at point guard, Corbett is as experienced as they come, and would be a welcomed addition to any program looking to offer a full scholarship to an all-out leader at the point guard spot. 

Jelani Simmons (6'3 / Beechcroft / 2018): Part of a Team Heat, Simmons' outside shooting was a major part of his team's success. A lengthy wing guard that can really play, Simmons impressed in his debut at the event. On a Beechcroft team that has a lot of returning talent, Simmons will be needed to step up to take the Cougars to the next level. 

Brandon Waugh (6'0 / Northland / 2017): The quick Northland point guard was impressive in his debut this year at the event. Getting where he needed to off the dribble, Waugh scored the ball well in one-on-one situations. Look for a big season out of Waugh on a Northland team that will need a leader to step up this year. 

Jeremiah Francis (6'3 / Pickerington Central / 2019): All-out bulldog of a point guard that will not be denied on the drive. Francis plays with a physicality that we haven't seen out of many other guards. Elite level player that will end up high-major one day at the next level. 

Jordan Bailey (5'10 / Upper Arlington / 2017): The UA transfer was a stud once again, as Bailey's quickness and finishing ability has really impressed us in two viewings of him. Bailey will be a welcomed addition to an already talented Upper Arlington team that should thrive with him in the backcourt, alongside Ohio State commit Dane Goodwin. 

Gabe Watson (6'0 / Worthington Kilbourne / 2017): In his debut at Coach Vic's, Watson was a stud, commanding the floor from the point guard spot. An all out warrior who can lead a team, Watson handled the ball at a high level, while also scoring and assisting off the dribble. A breakout performer in the OCC last season, look for a major season out of Watson this year for Worthington Kilbourne.