We will now rank numbers 26-50 of our power rankings for the top 250 seniors, juniors and sophomores in Michigan. There are many things that went into these rankings such as current skill set, long term upside, physical profile, and more.
I know that we will all have varying opinions. If 100 people take on this task, there will be 100 different sets of rankings. Please comment and let us know yours! Have fun my friends!
Check out some more of our Power Prospects Top 250 below!
Palmer is a steady force and factor near the rim. She’s an energy player that a coach can always count on.
Billups is a big time prospect. She has the physical profile of a next level player as well as the touch needed.
Johnson is a versatile player that can match up defensively up and down the opponents starting lineup. She plays really sound vertical defense and has solid defensive vision.
Carson could end up much higher on this list. She could end up with one of the toughest mid range games in the states and has the look of a matchup nightmare.
Anderson could be even higher on this list. She’s an elite athlete with some of the most powerful legs in the state. She can play at any pace and shrugs off contact.
Mark my words, McLeod could end up as the best shooter in the state someday. I really like the confidence she releases the ball with. Her potential is stupendous.
I was very impressed with the way Balhorn developed her offensive game over the spring and the summer. She showed the she’s equally a threat with her jumper from deep as well as putting the ball on the floor and creating.
There is a lot to like about what Buschell brings to the table. She’s an excellent decision maker and seems to have an outstanding feel for the game.
Wypych was one of the most impressive players in the state during tournament time when it mattered the most. She was a terrific shooter and outstanding floor general.
I’ve really liked Bartels game a lot, ever since her appearance at the Top 250 a little while back. I think her footwork sets her apart from many and sets her up to see success at the next level.
Swanson seems to have that beast mode that only a select few players have. If a double-double had a name, it would probably be ‘Swanson’.
Bisballe is one of the more fundamentally sound post players you’ll find, in the state and beyond that most likely. Look for a huge junior season from her.
Kyles is a very impressive prospect. She has the physical profile of an impact next level player and she’s one of the better all around rebounders in the state.
If there’s a coach out there looking for a late steal, this could be your player. I’ll stand by my statement that Reid is a definite mid major talent and quite possibly a long term impact player at a high major. The young lady can ball.
I really like the way that Tyler has developed her game. She’s a bona fide force in the paint on both ends, but has added the ability to step out and stretch the floor.
Goudy is so dangerous with the ball in a 1-on-1 situation. She can either way with the crossover, get downhill, and finish at the rim or with a floater.
Max is one of the most exciting post prospects in the state and a player that in my opinion will end up in the top 15 of this list in due time. She has soft hands around the rim and is a premier post defender.
Benard is a terrific 2 way player and an obvious student of the game. She uses a solid understanding of defensive positioning when pressuring the ball.
Ham is a long and athletic player that holds a nice amount of versatility. She is creative in the lane and can play with pace.
Bass is an exciting player. She can get creative with the ball which creates openings for herself and her teammates. Bass has a tremendous mid range game.
Elam is an absolute sparkplug on the offensive end of the floor. She moves so smoothly on the court, making change of direction seem almost effortless.
Utomi is an incredibly skilled basketball player, but watch her play, and it will be her toughness that shines through. She’s a ballhawk when a shot goes off the rim.
Bryant is a high energy and aggressive lead guard. She has so much upside to her game as she has a natural feel for tempo and seems to make her teammates better.
There may not be a more seasoned veteran in the state than. She should be considered a very real contender for this season’s Miss Basketball.
Hendrix is a truly special prospect that is creating a legacy at West Bloomfield. She’s a versatile forward that can score and rebound at a very high level.