Tanner Holden (6'5 / Wheelersburg / 2019): Getting our first look at the lengthy Holden on Sunday, we came away very impressed with one of Southern Ohio's most elite talents. With tremendous length and athleticism, Holden is a special prospect, as he combines those physical gifts with an impressive skill set out on the perimeter. Holden has a chance to be very good at the next level, as Ohio State has already taken an early look, with Holden scheduled to visit the Buckeye campus next weekend.
Javohn Garcia (6'2 / Pickerington Central / 2019): The Pickerington Central import by way of Independence was a treat to watch on Sunday, as he was part of Team Heat, who went undefeated. A natural scorer who can flat out get to the basket, Garcia did that and then some on Sunday in helping his team notch six-straight wins. Garcia was one of Independence's top scorers last season as a freshman, and should see some reserve action for a loaded Pickerington Central team this winter.
DeVon Baker (6'3 / Dayton Dunbar / 2018): A late addition on Sunday, Baker was a stud on the wing, using his physicality and strength to score from all over. Running alongside AAU teammates Caleb McConnell and Jerome Hunter, Baker played some of his best basketball, and was a welcomed addition to week four of Coach Vic's. Look for a big year from Baker and Dunbar this winter.