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Down and dirty in the D: Burney’s PSL player power rankings

By: Scott Burnstein, February 12, 2019, 4:30 pm

Burney’s Top 10 Detroit PSL Boys Basketball Players

1 Chandler Turner (Detroit Renaissance Sr. F) — Captivating talent on the wing, cash money playmaker whether in a half-court set or the transition game.

2 Tyson Acuff (Detroit Cass Tech Jr. G) — As promising a pure point guard as the PSL has had in its ranks in the past decade.

3 Jordan Whitford (Detroit King Sr. G) — Crafty floor general who is all heart and competitive spirit spearheading a backcourt, wills his team to wins.

4 Pierre Brooks, Jr. (Detroit Douglas Soph. G) — Already the most dynamic offensive weapon in the league.

5 Kalil Whitehead (Detroit Cass Tech Sr. F) — Could be the most undervalued player in the city, plays with a chip on his shoulder on both ends of the court.

6 Kylin Grant (Detroit Renaissance Sr. F) — Most upside in the city … Yeah, I said it!!!

7 Kaylein Marzette (Detroit Renaissance Sr. G) — Breaking out big time … enough said!!

8 Omar Zeigler (Detroit King Soph. G) — LIT like a Christmas tree … any questions?

9 Kip Clark (Detroit Western Jr. F/C) — Bulldozer on the blocks, high-energy, relentless attitude.

10 Devon Bryant (Detroit Henry Ford Sr. G) — Gets busy on the down low, a silent assassin.


The Award Tour:

MVP: Jordan Whitford (Detroit King)

Most Improved Player: David Solomon (Detroit Pershing)

Best shooter: Daniel Autry (Detroit Cass Tech)

Newcomer of the Year: Chansey Willis (Detroit King)

Coach of the Year: John White (Detroit Renaissance)