2020 G Zeb Jackson of Maumee Valley Country Day High School has received an offer from the University of Michigan. Jackson has unofficially visited the school in Ann Arbor on numerous occasions, before finally getting the offer from one of the best college basketball programs in the country. Michigan and Coach John Beilein do their recruiting and ‘offering’ in a very unique manner, making the offer for Jackson all the more rewarding.
2019 F Jackson ‘Jackie’ Harris of Toledo St. Francis High School has committed to Cedarville University. Harris chose Cedarville over multiple other offers at the DII level.
2020 G Zeb Jackson of Maumee Valley Country Day High School has received an offer from Michigan State University. Jackson spent last Friday night on the campus for an unofficial visit during their home football game. With the exception of Michigan, Jackson now holds offers from nearly every big time college basketball program in the Midwest.
2019 G Jacob Plantz of Genoa High School has committed to Lake Erie College, a DII program located in suburban Cleveland. Plantz becomes the next in line of a growing list of standouts from Northwest Ohio to go on to play for Lake Erie over the past few years. Like those before him he should be primed to contribute and be successful throughout his time there.
2019 G Jordan Burton and 2019 F Little Anderson, both of Cardinal Stritch High School, have received offers from Adrian College, a DIII program located in Michigan. Expect both to continue to receive interest from college programs in the future.
Former Toledo St. Johns G Kaleb Vaughn has committed to Lake Erie College. Vaughn has bounced around college basketball and suited up for a number of schools before arriving at LEC to use his remaining eligibility.
2020 G Zeb Jackson of Maumee Valley Country Day High School continues to blow up on the AAU circuit this summer and has added more offers onto the impressive list he already holds. He has added offers from Arizona State, Marquette, and Wisconsin most recently with plenty more assumed to come.