Taking a look at some Oakland County Boys players that will be playing at the next level next season.
Amir Williams, Birmingham Detroit Country Day -Ohio State
Williams will be yet another talented big men that Thad Matta has recruited to play for the Buckeyes. The McDonalds All-American will be one of several young faces in the line-up for the Buckeyes who are graduating three starters from last year.
Carlton Brundidge, Southfield -Michigan
Brundidge may have to wait his turn in Ann Arbor with Michigan bringing back all of its players from last season including their talented backcourt that almost led to a sweet 16 appearance.
Urbane Bingham, North Farmington -Prairie View A&M
The 6-8 Bingham figures to add some much needed size to a Panthers lineup that has just one player over 6-10. With A&M returning seven sophomores and juniors from last season Bingham may not see the court right away.
Samer Ozeir, Novi -Columbia
It won’t be easy for Ozeir to crack the lineup with a team returning just about every player from their 2010-2011 team, but Ozeir’s ability to stretch the floor should prove to be valuable down the road for the Lions.
Next season’s college watch list
Kellen McCormick, Pontiac Notre Dame Prep
McCormick has already received several offers from MAC schools to go along with an offer from Oakland as well.
Taylor Perry, Rochester -Western Michigan
Perry wasted no time making his commitment to play for the Broncos next season, but not before attracting some interest from BYU, Utah and Central Michigan.
Jodan Price, Birmingham Detroit Country Day
Price has already received some interest from mid-major schools including Oakland but has also received an offer to play for Morehead State after next season.
All offers are according to Rivals.com