We will now rank numbers 51-75 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!
Pickens is a supremely skilled player with definite D1 talent. She’s smooth and athletic and makes quick decisions with the ball, never letting it stick in her hands.
Abney is an explosive talent. She can put up numbers in bunches and has a pretty looking jumper. Abney can bury a triple even with a hand in her face.
Linden is one of the better overall leaders in the state. She can handle the ball with the best of them and can break down her defender and score when her team needs a big bucket.
Lee has the post skills needed to be more than solid on basically any level. She keeps the ball high and protected on offense and really fights for position and can control the lane on D.
Sanders is a top notch ball handler and defender. She can break pressure defense with the dribble and can defend the entire length of the floor.
Davis turned a lot of heads with the Michigan Goonies playing the PGH Circuit. She was a force coming off the wing where she proved to be a true 3 level scorer.
Gerald is a really well rounded post player that has a ton of upside in her game as well. She plays with power, but still carries solid horizontal movement.
McCree could be higher on this list, I’ll definitely give her that. She’s just really tough to defend when she has the ball in her hands. McCree can shake a defender off the bounce as well as fire off a pure jumper from behind the arc.
Clement is going to be an absolute force this high school season. She attacks the glass and really limits second chance buckets for the opposition. Clement is really fundamentally sound on the offensive end.
White is a must see type of player. She can finish athletically in transition and can also score with post moves near the rim.
It’s getting really tough to rank these stars. There’s some states where Kendall would be top 10. Hendrix is relentless with her movement off the ball and she plays an incredibly smart game.
Blair is an elite guard that has handles that are second to none. She uses her ball handling to create for her teammates, breaking pressure on her own and leading the way in transition.
Forrest has all the tools to be successful in high school and at the next level. She has strength and ball skills that combine to make her a high upside prospect.
Smith broke out a few years back at the Top 250 and she has never turned back. She’s a multi level scorer with next level strength, but is also one of the best passers in her class.
If you wanted to put Copple in the top 20, I wouldn’t tell you that you’re wrong. Let’s face it, she’s probably the best 3 point shooter in Michigan this year.
There aren’t many, if any, steadier and more efficient lead guards around. She’s a true student of the game that has a natural feel for flow and pace.
Mount keeps improving her game at a rapid rate. She attacks the glass and rebounds the ball high overtop of opposing post players.
Wiggins gets it done on both ends of the floor. She has a nose for the ball on defense and has good defensive vision and quick hands when forcing a turnover.
Baney flat out has a D1 skillset. She can put some crazy numbers on the stat sheet, but she also does the little things like set solid screens and playing off them the right way.
Mitchell is a menace for her opponents when she has the ball in her hands. She can attack the rim with either hand and she can pull up for a jumper on a dime.
Bamm might be the most improved overall post player since last high school season ended. Her footwork on the offensive end is lightyears ahead of where it was. Bamm proved that she could rebound with the best in the midwest over the spring and summer.
Lay is an elite talent that probably deserves more press clippings. She’s a high percentage shooter with range extending beyond the arc. Lay can create her own looks at the rim as well as find them within the flow of the offense.
Jefferson has a lot going for her as a basketball player. She has a fast first step that allows her to put defenders on her hip and attack from there.
We all know that Ferguson is an elite shooter in the state, but her game has expanded well beyond just that. She can create off the bounce as well and is an underrated passer that can hit teammates on the move.
VandenBosch is a versatile forward that can stretch the defense with her shooting. She can also hit the wing, run the floor, and be a threat to finish in transition.