Class of 2016 Rankings (Winter 2013-2014)

26 Jan

DSCN1860With not only the best player in the state, but also one of in the nation, the depth of the 2016 class in Michigan is hard to realize.  With a good mix of wings, forwards, and guards, nearly all of the members in the class will get looks to go division one, and if they don’t, there will be some really solid division two players in this ranking.  The 2016 class in Michigan has the potential to be one of if not the best in Michigan’s storied hoops history.

1. Josh Jackson (6’7″ wing Detroit Consortium)

2. Cassius Winston (6’1″ point guard U of D Jesuit)

3. Corey Allen (6’2″ point guard Ypsilanti)

4. Algevon Eichelberger (6’7″ forward Saginaw)

5. Austin Davis (6’9″ power forward/center Onstead)

6. Devon Daniels (6’4″ wing Kalamazoo Central)

7. Kyle Woodruff (6’2″ point guard Holly)

8. Kamari Newman (6’3″ shooting guard East English Village)

9. Brailen Neely (5’8″ point guard Detroit Western)

10. Ty Groce (6’6″ wing Ypsilanti Lincoln)

11. Kelvon Fuller (6’7″ forward Oak Park)

12. Justin Turner (6’2″ point guard Detroit Renaissance)

13. James Towns (6’0″ point guard Detroit Henry Ford)

14. Tristan Jackson (6’2″ combo guard West Bloomfield)

15. Billy Thomas (5’10” combo guard U of D Jesuit)

16. D’Angelo Hansbro (6’0″ combo guard Romulus)

17. Marlo Brown (6’3″ wing Southfield Christian)

18. Cedric Lattimore (6’4″ guard/forward East English Village)

19. Terrance Sewell (6’1″ combo guard Detroit Northwestern)

20. Jalen Martin (6’3″ wing Harper Woods Chandler Park Academy)

21. Gage Kreski (6’3″ wing St. Ignace)

22. Kareem Murray (6’2″ combo guard Detroit Western)

23. Michael Peterson (6’5″ forward Rockford)

24. Alaric Jackson (6’5″ forward Detroit Renaissance)

25. Jason Williams (6’0″ combo guard Detroit Allen Academy)

26.  Kevin McKay (6’3″ guard/forward Warren De La Salle)

27. Quinn Erway (6’2″ combo guard Saginaw Heritage)

28. William Deuparo (5’10” point guard Lincoln Park)

29. Daniel Pippen (6’6″ forward Detroit Allen Academy)

30. Luster Johnson (6’0″ combo guard Detroit Consortium)

Thanks to Jeff McKinney for helping out in these rankings.

Follow Jeff on Twitter: @McKinneysWorld

 

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