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Burney's Bytes will focus primarily on the local preps sports scene, but will also touch on some college and pro athletics, mostly in regards to athletes who hail and have played high school sports in Oakland County. My goal for the blog is to be conversational and anecdotal, a more relaxed and free formal take on high school athletics than you see in regular game day coverage.

Sunday, January 25, 2015

Burney's Boys BBall Rankings - Winter Will

OC Top 10
1 Clarkston – Tabin "T-Raw" Throgmorton is like a local high school version of an old-school Tayshaun Prince….so long, such a sweet touch
2 North Farmington – The Q Factor aka Raiders senior forward Anthony Qasawa is the REAL DEAL HOLYFIELD!!....can drop a 25-spot in the blink of an eye
3 WL Western – Daryl Porter is a underrated playmaker……..please make a note!!
4 West Bloomfield – TEAM DENHA is very, very dangerous…..I'm talking Mel Gibson and Danny Glover lethality…..a bunch of lethal weapons these young men are
5 Birmingham Brother Rice – Lots of MAD GUNNERS on the perimeter for BIG ORANGE this winter….bombs away, boyz!!
6 Stoney Creek – When you face the SC Cougars in 2015, you're up a creek without a paddle….point blank…..aka you got ride rough to beat TEAM NORGROVE this year
7 RH Adams – There is ZERO little in Highlander junior Spencer Littleson's game….is that irony or what?
8 Oak Park – Not sure what to make of what is transpiring in the Knights bball program right now, got to see how this all shakes out
9 (tie) Oxford – Super Soph Jamal Thomas is a star-in-the-making at floor general for TEAM HENNING
9 (tie) WL Central – I have a bowl of Special K at breakfast every day in honor of Vikings hoopster Walter Kelser
10 Holly – Flint CA-transfer Ian Hodges is ready to blowup like a stick of dynamite and help make up for the loss of Kyle Woodruff


Blogger Coach Carter said...

Burney - When are you going to give Southfield Christian its due love? The program re-built overnight, and clearly belongs on this list.

January 31, 2015 at 6:20 PM 

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