We went over to Forest Hills Central High School to check out two of the west side's top recruits in…
The Michigan BballBlog
When talking to our basketball moles around the state, the name that continues to be mentioned is Austin Thornton. The Cedar Springs senior continues to impress and did so again this Friday, scoring 31 points and snatching 9 rebounds in a win over Coopersville. The victory sealed the OK-Blue title for Cedar Springs.
Grand Valley State is looking to raise its basketball program to the level of its storied football team and the Lakers are well on their way as they are enjoying their best season in recent memory. The success is paying off in recruiting as well as the Lakers have already signed an outstanding class for 2007. One of their big commits, Alvin Storrs of Northville dropped 31 points on Livonia Stevenson this past week.
And always with an eye towards the future, one youngster who has impressed this season is Birmingham Brother Rice's freshman PG Kevonte Martin. He has had valuable experience this year and has shown good quickness and a feel for the game beyond his age. He is also a wide receiver prospect to monitor on the gridiron over the next few seasons.
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