OCBL BIG BOARD 7.0 -- Final Rankings 2024

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= "Undecided"

= "Doubtful"

= "Staying in School"


rank stock pos Name School / Class Age Ht Wt Notes
1    PG William Church Kansas State (Jr) 19 5-10 173 Extremely talented PG does it all.
2    SF Jonathan Mask Utah (Fr) 18 6-3 197 Freshman combo guard can shoot and defend but lacks playmaking skills.
3    PG Herschel Pettway Boston College (Jr) 19 6-2 191 19 year old junior PG with great court sense.
4    SF Randolph Wright Duke (Fr) 18 6-7 235 Freshman SF has tools to become an elite defender.
5    PF Jason Hickson Oregon (Fr) 18 6-8 218 Athletic 18 year old tweener forward, good rebounder.
6    PG Gerald Colombo Mississippi (Sr) 20 6-2 176 Athletic senior PG is solid but needs to improve playmaking.
7    SG Pascual Caballero Utah (Fr) 18 6-3 196 Frosh combo guard looks to shoot.
8    SG Charles Ackerman Washington (Jr) 19 6-0 199 PG-sized penetrator & passer, limited shooting range.
9    C Barrett Hoyt Northwestern (Jr) 20 6-7 244 Junior center pancakes opponents in the paint despite lack of height.
10    C Thomas Wilhoit Utah (Jr) 20 6-9 224 Junior post man is terrific rebounder and help defender.
11    SG Joe Martinez Rutgers (Fr) 18 6-4 198 Active and athletic SG prospect, emerging shooter.
12    C Reid Smith Mississippi (Jr) 20 6-8 235 Undersized "big" man is excellent scorer, shot-blocker, and rebounder.
13    PG Hector Young California (So) 19 6-1 178 Talented young PG can pass, shoot, rebound.
14    PG Charles Cisneros Louisville (Jr) 20 6-4 195 Excellent pick-and-roll PG has great size and speed.
15    C Nathan Roche Alabama (Fr) 18 6-9 224 18 year old F/C prospect has big upside as scorer, defender.
16    PF Phillip Coke Mississippi State (Fr) 18 6-6 213 Freshman tweener forward has raw potential.
17    C Elwood Zimmer Villanova (So) 19 6-8 252 Great upside as a rebounder/defender in the paint.
18    PF Keven Whitman California (So) 18 6-6 209 Athletic, active forward is raw but promising.
19    PF Chris Culpepper South Florida (Fr) 18 6-7 225 Freshman PF is rugged inside player at both ends.
20    SF Andrew Evans Penn State (Fr) 18 6-4 201 18 year old tweener wing is raw but can score, steal.
21    PG Wilbert Slayton Oklahoma State (Fr) 17 6-2 193 Smart 17 year old PG can pass and shoot.
22    SF Julian Alexander Washington (Fr) 18 6-5 215 Freshman SF is grinder despite slight stature.
23    SG John Womble Maryland (So) 19 6-3 205 Soph shooter looks to build on injury-shortened freshman season.
24    PG Lanny Grasso South Carolina (Sr) 21 5-11 182 Good passer and shooter, solid defensively.
25    PG Dario Jones South Florida (Sr) 21 5-11 204 Cat-quick PG can shoot and score, mediocre passer and defender.
26    PG John Nixon Boston College (Fr) 17 6-1 183 Freshman PG can get to the basket at will, needs skill development.
27    C Richard Woodworth Mississippi (So) 19 6-8 233 Excellent post scorer and ORBer, needs work on defense.
28    SF Kenny Gott Georgetown (Sr) 21 6-7 247 Jack-of-all-trades SF, lacks assertiveness on offense.
29    C Jimmie Morris Colorado (Sr) 21 6-7 229 Outstanding low post defender and rebounder.
30    C Brian Johnson Maryland (Jr) 19 6-7 225 Polished but unathletic big man prospect.
31    PG Francis Ellender Duke (So) 19 6-1 183 Inconsistent young PG with big upside at both ends of the court.
32    C Thomas Winn Seton Hall (Jr) 20 6-9 233 Center prospect is classic defensive roadblock in the paint.
33    C William Azevedo Seton Hall (So) 19 6-6 204 Undersized PF prospect has talent but lacks concentration on court.
34    C Coy Hardy Michigan (Fr) 18 6-9 234 Freshman with developing inside-out game; poor defender.
35    SF Carmelo Dooley Michigan (Fr) 18 6-8 223 Freshman SF is a jack-of-all-trades.
36    SF John Renfrow California (Sr) 21 6-4 221 Undersized 3-and-D wing, great glue guy but lacks speed.
37    SG Keven Johnson South Carolina (Jr) 20 6-4 181 Big time, efficient scorer but poor man defender.
38    PF Adrian Stevenson Mississippi State (Jr) 20 6-7 237 Raw PF prospect can soar high for dunks and blocks.
39    PF Jewel Dumont Charlotte (Fr) 18 6-7 241 Poor athlete with impressive skill inside.
40    SF Ernest Joiner Kansas State (So) 18 6-4 213 Slow-footed wing prospect can score from anywhere.
41    SG Mickey Smith Michigan (Fr) 18 5-10 194 PG prospect is talented but raw.
42    SG Scott Necaise Alabama A&M (Fr) 18 6-3 177 Decent scoring freshman, doesn't play both ends.
43    SF Tracey Shields Pittsburgh (So) 19 6-5 242 Tweener forward has great upside as a scorer.
44    SG Christian Applegate Virginia (Fr) 18 6-5 196 18 year old SG has elite athleticism.
45    SG Kenneth Alley South Florida (Jr) 19 6-1 199 Spot-up shooter with PG size has improved his ballhandling.
46    C Jared Carlton North Carolina (Jr) 20 6-11 271 "Roadblock" center can rebound and block, doesn't deny low post position well.
47    C Walton Reynolds San Jose State (So) 19 6-10 212 Promising sophomore C can score, rebound; poor defensively.
48    PF Gary Smith Villanova (Jr) 20 6-8 251 Junior PF is a workhorse defender inside.
49    SF Ariel Stewart Colorado (Sr) 21 6-6 221 Well-rounded two-way player, struggles to create his own shot.
50    SG Garrett Bennett North Carolina (Fr) 18 6-5 206 Very skilled freshman SG but lacks quickness.
51    PG Dwight Claypoole Ohio State (Jr) 19 6-4 185 PG prospect has potential but really struggles to create off the dribble.
52    SG Adrian Sherrer Texas Tech (Fr) 18 6-5 212 Good spot-up shooter, versatile but slow afoot.
53    SF Dennis Cornell Syracuse (Jr) 20 6-7 218 Junior SF prospect brings energy on defense and ORB.
54    PF Chadwick Dandridge Colorado State (Sr) 22 6-8 271 Strong rebounder and shotblocker, poor matchup defender.
55    PG Justin Loney Northwestern (Jr) 20 5-11 173 5'11" PG is deep threat and excellent perimeter defender.
56    SF Morris Andrade Notre Dame (So) 19 6-6 217 Quick-handed wing with 3-and-D potential.
57    PG Thomas Paulin Green Bay (So) 19 6-3 206 Young, physical PG shows flashes of ability as passer and shooter.
58    PG Peter Jones Manhattan (Jr) 20 5-10 176 Undersized PG is raw but developing.
59    SF John Chaparro New Mexico (So) 19 6-5 234 Tweener forward prospect with unorthodox skillset.
60    PF Chris Heins Texas A&M (So) 19 7-0 245 Lumbering big man is effective close to the basket.
61    PF Roldán Pascual San Diego State (Sr) 20 6-6 218 Undersized PF plays bigger than his measurements.
62    PF Paul Welch Texas Tech (Jr) 20 6-6 215 Strong inside but very undersized, non-factor offensively.
63    SG Clay Ancheta Northwestern (Sr) 21 6-0 181 SG trapped in PG body, good leaper and outside shooter, poor passer.
64    SF James McGee Fordham (So) 19 6-2 200 Combo guard is strong on ORB and good spot-up shooter.
65    PG Edwin Springer Oregon (Sr) 21 5-9 162 Undersized PG is lightning quick but has poor shot selection.
66    C Dexter Perkins Tennessee (Sr) 20 6-9 241 Senior C lacks skill but is strong in the paint.
67    SG Randolph Gore Ohio State (Fr) 17 6-2 179 Freshman SG is versatile but lacks height and quickness.
68    SG Erasmo Dryden Colorado (Fr) 18 6-4 205 Freshman with impressive scoring skills, perimeter defense.
69    PG Kelvin Corr Stanford (Jr) 20 6-2 184 Gifted passer and shooter is a double-double threat.
70    SF Albert Oquendo Texas A&M (Sr) 20 6-6 229 Senior SF prospect overwhelms opponents is the paint offensively.
71    PF Jack Ashley Boston College (So) 19 6-5 248 Highly skilled PF but slow and very short.
72    PF Brendon Humby South Carolina (So) 18 6-10 217 Raw but promising big man has knack for scoring and rebounding.
73    PF John Tolley Savannah State (Fr) 18 6-10 206 Freshman PF is good but undisciplined help defender.
74    PF Roscoe Winkle Minnesota (Fr) 18 6-7 227 PF prospect is strong on the glass, needs work on man defense.
75    SF Tony Halstead Arizona State (Jr) 20 6-6 252 Cobo forward is solid scorer, rebounder, perimeter defender.
76    SF Raphael Louque Clemson (Sr) 20 6-6 210 Cat quick senior SF has decent upside.
77    PF Don Shaw Tennessee (Jr) 20 6-11 233 Earthbound big man tough to dislodge in the paint.
78    SG Lorencio Alonso Saint Mary's (Fr) 18 6-1 199 Slow, undersized SG prospect plays with energy.
79    C Darwin Sabin UC Davis (So) 19 6-9 246 19 year old C prospect can post and rebound, needs work on defense and other skills.
80    SF David Scales East Tennessee State (Sr) 22 6-7 225 Polished senior SF with great motor.
81    SF Horacio Vega Texas Tech (Jr) 20 6-7 228 Junior SF was born to score, but not much else.
82    PG Michael Florio DePaul (Sr) 20 6-3 177 Smart senior PG is safe with ball, good defender.
83    C Miles Wallace Miami (Jr) 20 6-10 243 Promising big man shows steady improvement.
84    C Mason Porter Baylor (Jr) 20 6-10 210 Rangy, high-energy big is limited offensively.
85    PG David Fisher Rutgers (So) 19 6-0 204 Talented high school shooting guard learning to play the point.
86    C Carlo Jordan Connecticut (Fr) 18 6-9 233 Freshman big man good in the paint but poor defender.
87    C Ruben Ridings Duke (Sr) 21 6-8 249 Solid big man skills, needs better stamina.
88    SG Denny Epps Ohio State (So) 19 6-3 181 Spot-up shooter with good vertical and knack for ORBs.
89    SG Ambrose Johnson Miami (So) 19 6-3 177 Good shooter but very poor off the dribble.
90    PF Albert Maddox Temple (Sr) 22 6-8 233 Strong, quick PF puts in work around the basket.
91    C Elmer Black Oakland (Fr) 18 6-10 269 18 year old big man has potential to be an effective true center.
92    SG Andrew Hinojosa Butler (Fr) 18 6-2 192 Tweener combo guard with good midrange shot.
93    C Frank Gorman Florida State (So) 19 6-11 272 Big man is strong in the paint but needs to improve footwork defensively.
94    SG Donald Rodriguez Syracuse (Sr) 21 6-4 219 Physical SG lacks speed to play in the OBWL.
95    SG Winford Sinclair Northwestern (Sr) 20 6-2 202 Pint-sized SG prospect can shoot but recovering from ruptured Achilles.
96    C Gerald Hay Boston College (Sr) 21 7-0 228 7'0" senior shuts down the paint defensively.
97    PG David Sanderson Texas A&M (Sr) 22 6-3 184 Excellent defender and shooter, miscast as a PG.
98    SG Jame Green Boston College (Sr) 21 6-6 218 Tweener wing has versatile skill set.
99    PG James McMullin UNLV (Jr) 20 6-2 180 Shoot-first combo guard is inconsistent but shows some promise.
100    PF Tony Hager Purdue (Fr) 17 6-8 201 17 year old PF prospect, all defense and no offense.
101    SF Dirk Kendall Louisiana Tech (So) 20 6-6 229 Rangy wing finishes strong and blocks shots; returning from torn ACL.
102    PF Gary Hardeman Wyoming (Fr) 18 6-6 225 PF prospect with good hands, needs to get dtronger in post defense.
103    SF John Hanson Toledo (Fr) 18 6-6 244 Rangy defensive SF prospect.
104    SG Mitch Edmonds Oklahoma State (So) 19 6-3 208 Undersized SG prospect improving offensively, struggles on defense.
105    C Craig Dvorak South Carolina (Sr) 22 7-0 275 7'0" senior C is a terror on the offensive glass.
106    SG Simon Barrier Indiana (Jr) 20 6-2 200 Athletic, inefficient combo G prospect really needs to improve as playmaker.
107    PG Emmitt Simpson SIU Edwardsville (Fr) 18 5-10 159 Good midrange shooter, average passer, small and slow for a PG.
108    PF Jonathan Duran Duke (Jr) 20 6-5 223 Strong but undersized PF prospect can block, rebound.
109    SG Donnell Carter Milwaukee (Jr) 20 6-2 193 Weak defending combo guard prospect can pass and shoot.
110    PF Tony High Manhattan (Sr) 22 6-6 240 "Point power forward" needs to improve matchup defense.
111    PF Forest Vasquez Rutgers (Jr) 19 6-9 239 Quick, strong, skilled 19 year old junior PF prospect.
112    SF Phil Salcedo Ball State (Sr) 21 6-6 225 Late bloomer with nose for the ball, needs further skill development.
113    SG Wilmer Johnson Winthrop (Jr) 20 6-1 203 Long-armed jumping jack can handle, shoot, rebound.
114    PF Andrew Speck Fresno State (Fr) 17 6-9 252 Strong rebounding PF prospect.
115    PF William Leak IPFW (Jr) 21 6-8 241 Talented but terrible post defender, gambles too much for steals and blocks.
116    SF Carlo Young North Carolina (Sr) 21 6-6 195 Three point shooter with nose for the ball defensively.
117    PF Enoch Johnston Detroit (Fr) 18 6-7 238 Raw inside player is clueless defensively.
118    PF Ethan Budd Michigan (Jr) 20 6-9 249 Very strong rebounder and post defender.
119    PF Lenny Dewitt UC Santa Barbara (So) 19 6-6 248 Raw PF prospect, cleans up on the offnsive glass.
120    SG Steven Williams UCLA (Jr) 20 6-3 197 Undersized spot-up SG, great DRBer, needs to improve defensively.
121    SF Luis Wendling Clemson (So) 19 6-2 189 6'2" athletic scorer is poor defender, emerging playmaker.
122    SF Cristobal Montero Arizona (Jr) 20 6-6 257 Widebody combo forward, weak defender but has the tools to score.
123    PF James Hernandez Delaware State (So) 19 6-8 247 Completely lost on offense, big upside on defense.
124    SF Noel Audet Cal State Fullerton (Jr) 20 6-6 221 SF prospect shows promise as defender and spot-up shooter.
125    SG Tony Sokol Texas A&M (Jr) 20 6-4 193 6'4" junior is outstanding scorer, does little else.
126    PF Kendall Melanson Stony Brook (Sr) 20 6-9 252 Athletic small-school PF prospect can score and board.
127    C Earl Carver California (Sr) 20 6-11 257 Senior big man has array of post moves, decent post defender.
128    SG Lynn Rohr Samford (So) 19 6-3 214 Knock-down outside shooter who competes hard at the defensive end.
129    PG Gale Hodges Notre Dame (Sr) 21 6-0 184 Senior PG is good perimeter defender and ballhawk.
130    PG Gaston Deutsch Boston University (Sr) 22 5-11 163 5'11" PG can score and pass, overmatched defensively.
131    C Frank Lockard Texas (So) 19 6-9 234 Solid but undersized C prospect.
132    PF Genaro Carman Louisiana Tech (Sr) 22 6-9 246 Slow but high-effort post defender and rebounder.
133    PF Clarence Rivera Central Florida (Jr) 20 6-6 208 Undersized PF prospect competes on boards, low post defense.
134    SG Walker Mock Radford (Jr) 20 6-7 225 Small school gunner can score from deep.
135    C Richard Green Grambling State (Jr) 20 6-10 249 Jumior C is tall (6'10") and that's all.
136    SF Keith Bacon St. John's (Jr) 19 6-4 222 Tweener wing player with "glue guy" qualities.
137    SF Mario Welch New Hampshire (Sr) 21 6-6 183 Senior SF prospect is reckless on defense but can slash and shoot.
138    C Foster Caddell Evansville (Sr) 21 7-2 250 Enormous (7'2") senior C is average rebounder, good post defender.
139    SF George Doughty St. John's (Sr) 22 6-4 211 Amzing leaper and athlete, very poor ballhandler.
140    SF Charles McCulley St. John's (Sr) 21 6-6 234 Outstanding scoring and ballhawking senior wing.
141    SG Kennith Melgar Oklahoma (Sr) 21 6-4 201 Athletic SG prospect is good defender, catch-and-shoot player.
142    SG Rupert Leeper Purdue (So) 19 6-1 180 PG-sized SG can slash and score, not a good passer.
143    SF Solomon Jones Xavier (Sr) 22 6-5 208 Tweener wing has skill but lacks size or playmaking ability.
144    SG Kenneth Kight Arizona (Sr) 21 6-3 192 Good athlete and 3pt shooter, poor defender.
145    PF Stephen Grizzle UC Irvine (Sr) 21 6-7 221 Active senior PF is pructive in the paint.
146    SG Douglas McCready Kent State (Jr) 20 6-2 178 Undersized SG with inefficient 3-and-D game.
147    SF Cory Fults Green Bay (Sr) 22 6-7 234 Athletic senior SF has excellent midrange game.
148    PF Brian Rayfield Purdue (Jr) 19 6-10 258 Solid low post scorer and rebounder; slow-footed poor defender.
149    PG Agustin Delvalle Vanderbilt (Sr) 21 6-3 199 Senior PG is good floor general but lacks athleticism.
150    C Jerry Gonzalez Maine (Sr) 21 7-0 285 Small school senior C is all offense, no defense.