The All Ohio team, led by head coach Jerry Watson, is a fun team to watch because of two special reasons -- point guard Andrew Lavender and all purpose player Brandon Foust (right).
Russ Blake reported back in May that Foust was "one of the better pure athletes we've encountered here at the 9th Annual Spiece Run N Slam Tournament..."
Foust is a 6-6, 185 pound small forward from Brookhaven H.S. in Columbus, Ohio. A terrific leaper who is a consistent threat on the offensive glass, Foust finishes strong with great precision.
Foust said he has been offered scholarships thus far by Xavier, Oklahoma and Mississippi, and also listed Cincinnati, Marquette, Dayton, Seton Hall, Arizona and Kent State.
Foust has unofficially visited Mississippi and plans to make a trip over to check out Seton Hall sometime within the next month or so.
As a junior at Brookhaven, Foust averaged 12 points, eight rebounds and three blocks per game. Foust will also play at the AAU Nationals.
"I don't have a leader," Foust said from the Super Showcase inside the Wide World of Sport complex at Disney World. "I am open. But I want to make a decision in September. I like to start taking official visits once I get back to school next month."