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The Mighty & Powerful — OAA Boys BBall Dec. ’22 Power Index

By: SCOTT BURNSTEIN, December 16, 2022, 12:26 pm

OAA Boys BBall Power Rankings — 2022-2023 Campaign (December)

 

 

 

 

 

 

1 Ryan Hurst (North Farmington Sr. G) — Beast-mode scorer, bulldog mentality, gets heated in a hurry

2 Brady Prieskorn (Rochester Hills Adams Jr. F) — All-American football player who torches the comp on the hardwood out of the frontcourt

3 Caleb Renfroe (Ferndale Sr. G/F) — Healthy and hungry, Renfroe is back and ready to make up for lost time gunning away at the rim with his sweet shot

4 Tyler Spratt (North Farmington Jr. G/F) — Has the ability to decimate on the wing, raising his recruiting stock higher every day

5 Noah Adamczyk (Bloomfield Hills Sr. G) — Force of nature of a playmaker, one of the most dynamic the city of BH has ever seen

6 Landon Williams (North Farmington Jr. G) — Does everything out of the backcourt and makes it look easy

7 Chris Williams (Ferndale) — Workhorse Wonder around the rim, high-motor, hustle and flow type baseline to baseline

8 Cam Reed (Ferndale) — A point guard’s point guard, the consummate winner and competitor at his position

9 Des Stephens (Clarkston) — Poetry in motion, whether on the football field or basketball floor

10 Jayden Hardiman (Ferndale) — Committed to Mid-Michigan College, Hardiman transferred into the Eagles’ Nest over the summer from Warren Mott and should be the best true big fella in the league