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Boys Basketball Player Rankings – Detroit PSL

By: Scott Burnstein, December 18, 2015, 7:10 pm

Burney’s Top 10 Boys Basketball Players In The PSL


1. Kamari Newman (Detroit EEV) – Smooth operator on the wing, cool customer in crunch time, closer anywhere near the rim, crafty and efficient style 

2. Brailyn Neely (Detroit Western) – The bling bling he boasts shows he’s a winner, he’s a gritty competitor and MAD NICE playmaker at the point for Team DMAC

3. Justin Turner (Detroit Renaissance) – Swaggering presence in the backcourt, equally dangerous scoring, attacking the rack and passing the rock, prone for point barrages and in-the-clutch heroics

4. (tie) Chris Rollins (Detroit EEV) – Intelligent, slippery floor general, a true coach on the floor

4. (tie) Greg Elliott (Detroit EEV) – Biggest upside in the whole league at a small forward spot

5. James Towns (Detroit Henry Ford) – Pesky guard with a lot of energy and finishing skills, gets after it on ‘D,’ can run an offense in the halfcourt set as well as he can run and gun in transition

6. Leonard Silas (Detroit Cass Tech) – Most underrated and underappreciated HOOP HOUND in the city Pt. 1

7. Terrance Sewell (Detroit Northwestern) – Most underrated and underappreciated HOOP HOUND in the city Pt. 2

8. Alaric “A.J” Jackson (Detroit Renaissance) – Future big-time college football player that could easily be headed for the college ranks as a bruising baller on the hardwood, too

9. Randy Gilbert (Detroit Cass Tech) – Ridiculous potential, getting better every minute, has the chance to be scary good

10. Jalen McFadden (Detroit EEV) – The prototypical slasher, straight menace in the open court