Class of 2014 Rankings (Winter 2013-2014)

27 Jan

Justin-Tillman-photoThis is the last ranking for the 2014 class in Michigan.  This ranking has 11 commits overall, 10 division one, and one division two class.  As the senior class heads towards the finish line and into the playoffs, the highly coveted Mr. Basketball award will be given out to the state’s top player, and similar to in years past, it will be difficult to determine a clear cut winner.

1. Justin Tillman (6’7″ forward Pershing) Virginia Commonwealth Commit

2. Edmond Sumner (6’4″ point guard Detroit Country Day) Xavier Commit

3. Aaron Foster-Smith (6’7″ wing/forward Taylor Truman)  U of D Mercy Commit

4. Yante Maten (6’8″ power forward Bloomfield Hills)

5. Deshaun Thrower (6’1″ point guard Muskegon) Stoney Brook Commit

6. Jaylen Johnson (6’9″ power forward Ypsilanti) University of Louisville Commit

7. Darrell Davis (6’5″ combo guard Frederick Douglass) Dayton Commit

8. Mar’Qywell Jackson  (6’6″ guard/forward East English Village)

9. Mory Diane (6’3″ wing Pershing)

10. Jaleel Hogan (6’7″ power forward/center Mt. Pleasant) U of D Mercy Commit

11. Luke Meyer (6’10” power forward Addison) Central Michigan Commit

12. Mike Laster (6’4″ guard/wing Cass Tech)

13. Kris Clyburn (6’5″ guard/wing Romulus)

14. DaRohn Scott (6’9″ power forward/center Grand Rapids Christian)

15. Leonard Harper-Baker (6’5″ wing Detroit Southeastern)

16. Ja’Christian Biles (6’2″ guard/wing Oak Park)

17. Tyrone Acuff (6’6″ guard/forward Detroit King)

18. Darryl Bingham (6’5″ forward Detroit Southeastern)

19. Kenny Carpenter (6’5″ guard/wing Cass Tech)

20. Pakiya Ellis (6’2″ combo guard Detroit Allen Academy)

21. Terell Hales (6’4″ wing Frederick Douglass) Cleveland State Commit

22. Dequandre Dentmond (6’8″ forward Lansing Eastern)

23. Jordan Nobles (6’8″ forward Canton) Eastern Michigan University Commit

24. Justice Green (6’0″ point guard Flint Carman-Ainsworth)

25. Tyron Hamby (6’1″ combo guard Romulus)

26. Rashaud Orange (6’4″ forward Grand Rapids Union) Grand Valley State Commit

27. Ronald Booth (5’9″ point guard Detroit Consortium)

28. Anthony Warley-Fritz (6’7″ power forward Taylor Truman)

29. Charles Keys (6’6″ forward Cass Tech)

30. Keon Addison (6’1″ point guard Saginaw)

Thanks to Jeff McKinney for helping out in this ranking.

Follow Jeff on Twitter: @McKinneysWorld

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