Day 2 of the Ohio AAU state tournament had plenty of talent. Here are some of the standouts.
Maverick Morgan-C Martin's Wolverines: The 6’10 big man dominated early and often for the Wolverines on Saturday. Displaying his discipline low post game and finishing with a few monster dunks.
Isaiah Johnson-PF Cincy Lakers: Playing with an injury for the most part of the day Johnson still was able to produce when the ball was in his hands. Whether he was involved in the play or not his presence affected the outcome.
Austin Grimes-SG Queen City Prophets: For the second straight day Grimes played well on both sides of the ball. Finishing with a game high 33 points in the prophets second pool play game and giving a good effort all afternoon.
Angel Rivera-PG King James Shooting stars: Considered one of the best pure passers in the state showed CPHR why with his crisp passes. Being his teams only real pg the ball is always in Rivera hands allowing him to make the right pass to find the open man or knock down the jumper.
Blake Simpson-PF Ohio Phenoms: One of the big men for the talented Phenoms showed his outstanding overall strength in the paint grabbing and putting put back crucial rebounds. His inside interior game has improved and is becoming more aggressive on defense.
Ronnie Rousseau-PG Queen City Prophets: Leading the way for the prophets, another stacked 16u team is pg Rousseau. Know as a flat out pure scorer he put the ball in the basket all day showing off his mid range and ability to take defenders off the dribble. The shifty pg loses defenders with his quick first step getting into the lane and finishing.