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Big Balling To Start The Summer – June Hoopster Heat Index In The D

Kason Mayes (Old Redford 6-2 Jr. G)— Best prospect in the city of Detroit you don’t know about yet, but need to asap, UW-Milwaukee offered this week

Trevor Smith (Birmingham Brother Rice 6-8 Soph. F) — The brand new BRice big fella snared his first DI offer from CMU, major breakout ’24 campaign on the horizon

Phoenix Glassner (Warren De La Salle 6-1 Jr. G) — Smart, slick and tireless baseline to baseline, could be the No. 1 backcourt prospect in the CHSL right now. CMU, WMU and Toledo all offered in recent days

Markus Blackwell (Warren Lincoln 6-2 Jr.) — Sometimes gets overshadowed by his twin brother Moses, but don’t get it twisted this kid can ball out, WMU and UT-Arlington both offered this week

Isiah “Zip” Hines (Orchard Lake St. Mary’s 5-10 Jr. G)— This pesky playmaker is always buzzing around the court, making things happen, Toledo was his first DI offer

Lance Stone (Detroit Renaissance 5-9 Jr. G) — High Point just offered the PSL’s most coldblooded competitor under 6-0

Bryce White (Westland John Glenn 6-4 Jr. G) — One of the most underrated point guard prospects in the D, excellent vision and handles, he’s long, clever and finishes strong

Mohammed Habhab (Dearborn Fordson 6-8 Sr. F)— The definition of a fast rising senior in the frontcourt, SVSU, Wayne State both offered

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