|Semaj Christon- One of Ohio's finest.|
- Semaj Christon- PG Winton Woods: He is having a dream season with the Warriors so far, averaging 21 points on 58% shooting to go along with 6 rebounds and 6 assists. Semaj has seen his stock skyrocket in the eyes of college coaches and is currently ranked #2 on CPHR's '11 list.
- Dennis Thomas- SG Winton Woods: This man has no conscience when it comes to knocking down big shot after big shot. He is averaging 15.5 points on 52% shooting, including 45% from three. Dennis has been the perfect compliment to Semaj Christon so far.
- Zach Baker- SG Milford: Averaging over 14 points per game for a very good team.
Ramar Hairston of NorthwestMike Bouley- PF Glen Este: 6'8 beast inside is averaging 11 points and 11 boards while shooting over 50% from the field.
- Deontez McGee- SG Norwood: After averaging double figures as a sophomore last year 'Tez has stepped up his game and is now averaging 18 points and 6 rebounds. When he gets hot he can light up the scoreboard in a hurry by hitting shots from anywhere inside half court.
- Ramar Hairston- SG Northwest: Second on the team in scoring at 10 points, and the man who is assigned to the other teams top player, Ramar is a rising star in the league.
- Connor Grotton- SG Turpin: Has really come on in the last month and is now averaging 10 points and 5 rebounds, these numbers should continue to climb.
- Isiah Johnson- C Walnut Hills: With the absence of stud senior wing Alex McGlothin someone had to step up and that man was Isiah Johnson. He is averaging 16 points, 10 rebounds, and shooting over 50 % from the field. Look for this post man to keep developing.
The future starts now at Walnut Hills: Isiah Johnson,
Kyree Burton, and Sterling GilmoreSterling Gilmore and Kyree Burton- PG's Walnut Hills: Both are averaging a little over 7 points and 3 assists for the Eagles while taking care of all the ball-handling responsibilities. This two headed monster at the point is going to make Walnut dangerous over the next few weeks as they continue to develop.
- Zach McCormick- SG Wilmington: 15 points a game is good for tops on the team and he is also averaging 5 rebounds and 5 assists. He is known as someone who can do it all on the court and so far has put up the stat line to back that up.