COLUMBUS, Ohio -- The All-Ohio City Series is one of the best fall events in the Midwest and is hands down the best fall event in Ohio. Each of the major areas of Ohio (Toledo, Dayton, Cleveland, Akron, Cincinnati and Columbus) put together all-star teams in each high school class (senior, junior, sophomore and freshman) and come to play a round robin tournament for state bragging rights. The action gets very hot and heavy as each area wants to be known as the best in Ohio. This is the event's second year and it is quickly becoming a staple for evaluting Ohio's best.
Here are the results and best players from each age group:
Rasheed Brooks (Lexington, Ohio/Lexington)
SG, 6-4, 195 pounds
He is one of the biggest sleepers in the Buckeye state. Brooks is a long and athletic wing who can score the ball. He needs to improve his left hand but has a chance to make it in Division I.