Jerome Hunter (6'7 / Pickerington North / 2018): Another day at the office. Hunter is the most elite prospect in the gym. Length, scoring ability, motor and defense was the name of Hunter's game on Sunday. Could he join what looks to be a much heralded Ohio State class in 2018? We will see. 

Dondre Palmer (6'4 / Pickerington North / 2018): Palmer deserves a mention for his motor once again. Nobody plays harder. Mix in an improving skill set and enhanced ability to score and Palmer looks like a better prospect by the week. He and Hunter will be fun to watch this winter alongside 6-foot-8 stretch forward Eli McNamara. 

Max Martz (6'4 / Upper Arlington / 2019): Martz is the next great prospect at Upper Arlington, as he came into the gym Sunday looking even better than the last time we saw him in the regional semifinals. An all-around polished prospect who can do a little bit of everything, Martz has near elite shooting ability on the perimeter, while also having the motor and toughness to mix it up inside on both ends of the floor. Expecting a big sophomore season from the Golden Bear wing. 

Adrian Nelson (6'6 / Pickerington Central / 2018): Jason Morrow's top performer on Sunday, Nelson was a beast for a Team Spurs that had five pieces from the OCC-Ohio. Attacking the rim and finishing with authority, Nelson can get to the bucket almost as much as he desires. With the length and athleticism to finish in creative ways, Nelson is a big season away from really blowing up as a prospect. The 6-foot-6 wing is just another talented piece to an embarrassment of riches for Pickerington Central.