Class of 2015 Rankings (Winter 2013-2014)

27 Jan

thCA01NQ5LThe 2015 class in Michigan is dominated with tall, long athletic guards and wings that are matchup nightmares.  This class still has one more year of AAU to develop their individual games, and it will be interesting to see how each player in 2015 develops their individual games to become much more complete well-rounded players.

1. Eric Davis (6’3″ point guard Saginaw Arthur Hill)

2. Deyonta Davis (6’9″ center Muskegon)

3. Jeron Rogers (6’7″ wing/forward North Farmington)

4. Nick Perkins (6’7″ power forward Milan)

5. Bradley Brechting (6’9″ power forward/center Cedar Springs)

6. Seth Dugan (6’11” center Otsego)

7. Xavier Cochran (6’4″ wing Ann Arbor Huron)

8. Marquel Ingram (6’2″ combo guard Pershing)

9. Deleon Brown (6’2″ combo guard Grand Rapids Christian)

10. Josh Davis (6’4″ wing Detroit Henry Ford)

11. Gerald Blackshear (6’7″ power forward Mt. Clemens)

12. Ted McCree (6’3″ combo guard Orchard Lake St. Mary’s)

13. Derek Murphy (6’5″ wing Warren Mott)

14. Bakari Evelyn (6’2″ point guard Southfield Christian)

15. Brandon Childress (6’4″ wing Baldwin)

16. Jaylin Walker (6’2″ wing Romulus)

17. L.J. James (6’6″ forward Wayland)

18. Corey Redman (6’5″ forward Boyne City)

19. Rodney Scales (6’6″ power forward Oak Park)

20. Latin Davis (5’10” point guard Milan)

21. Jaire Grayer (6’4″ wing Flint Southwestern)

22. Josh McFolley (6’0″ combo guard Mt. Clemens)

23. Khari Willis (5’10” combo guard Jackson Lumen Christi)

24. Rob Edwards (6’2″ combo guard Cass Tech)

25. Andia Marsh (5’10” point guard Taylor Kennedy)

26. Charles Penn (6’6″ wing Mt. Clemens)

27. Brent Hibbits (6’6″ wing Hudsonville)

28. Armani Lee (6’4″ wing Detroit King)

29. Daniel Jeffries (6’6″ wing Detroit Central)

30. Tanner Eubank (6’2″ combo guard Paw Paw)

Thanks to Jeff McKinney for helping out in these rankings.

Follow Jeff on Twitter: @McKinneysWorld

One Response to “Class of 2015 Rankings (Winter 2013-2014)”

  1. 1fan March 3, 2014 at 8:19 pm #

    Deleon Brown #9 wow!!! Somebody needs to recheck this past years stats. The 2nd leading junior scorer in the state #9 wow!!!

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