Class of 2018: Michigan’s Top 25 College Prospects

East Lansing's Brandon Johns was Bank Hoops' Class A MVP as just a sophomore.
East Lansing’s Brandon Johns was Bank Hoops’ 2016 Class A MVP as just a sophomore.
  1. Brandon Johns  6-8  East Lansing (Spiece Indy Heat)
  2. Thomas Kithier  6-8  Macomb Dakota (Family)  Michigan State
  3. Foster Loyer  5-11  Clarkston (All-Ohio Red)
  4. Lamar Norman  6-2  Godwin Heights (1Nation)
  5. Trevion Williams  6-8  Henry Ford Academy (Mustangs)
  6. David DeJulius  6-0  Detroit East English Village (Family)
  7. Blake Verbeek  6-9  Grandville Calvin Christian (MBA)
  8. Duane Washington  6-2  Grand Rapids Christian (MBA)
  9. Davion Williams  6-2  Belleville (King James)
  10. Brandon Wade  6-1  Ann Arbor Skyline (Gators)
  11. Danny Kolp  6-8  Petoskey (injured)
  12. Gabe Brown  6-6  Belleville (Mustangs)
  13. Jimmy Bell  6-10  Saginaw Arthur Hills (GreenWood)
  14. Mario Whitley  6-3  Frankenmuth (Family)
  15. Quinn Blair  6-6  Dearborn Divine Child (REACH)
  16. Bryce Washington  6-4  Southfield Christian (Family)
  17. Tray Jackson  6-8  Detroit Western (REACH)
  18. Deante Johnson  6-7  Detroit Edison (Family)
  19. Jacob Boonyasith  6-3  Jenison (Elite Nation)
  20. Pierre Mitchell  5-11  Detroit Loyola (1Nation)  CMU
  21. Marcus Bingham  6-8  Grand Rapids Catholic Central (MBA)
  22. Traveon Maddox  6-4  Novi (Warriors)
  23. Zavon Godwin  6-5  Detroit East English Village (Mustangs)
  24. Elijah Collins  6-2  Detroit U-D Jesuit (Family)
  25. Mason Pline  6-6  Fowler (Elite Nation)

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