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Thursday, October 1, 2009

Prospect Profile: Markus Crider

Markus Crider, SF
6'6" :: 190 lbs.
Class of 2011
Huber Heights (OH) Wayne HS [team site]
AAU: King James Shooting Stars / SYF Players

Scout: 2 Stars * * (SF) Previous: 3 Stars
ESPN/Scouts, Inc. grade: 89 (#25) > 88 (#45 > #51 > #52 SF)

2010 Honorable Mention All-State (Div. 1, AP)
2010 First Team All Greater Western Ohio Conference
2009 Second Team All Greater Western Ohio Conference

Recent Press
6/25: Elite Camp Player Evaluations - The Wolverine
3/13: Michigan coach sees inspired performance from possible Wayne recruit - Dayton Daily News
2/13: Wayne clinches share of division title - Dayton Daily News
1/23: Jackson plays flat, loses to Huber Heights Wayne in Columbus event -
1/19: CJ, Westerville North wins define final day of Flyin to the Hoop -
9/10: Wayne looking to challenge in Ohio - High Major Scoop
8/22: Flyers keeping tabs on two highly-touted Wayne stars - Dayton Daily News

The Verbal
Ohio forward Crider commits to Friars - Providence Journal (10/12/10)

The Hype
Summer Jam: Day Two - Rivals (7/14/10)
Who are the state's top players by position? - (6/9/10)
Flying to the Hoop: Day Three - Rivals (1/19/10)
2009 Next Level Invitational 16U Top Performers - NY2LA Sports (7/20/09)
Recruiting: Markus Crider - Miami Hawk Talk (6/12/09)
Wayne's Crider on the rise; Warriors nearly knock off nation's No. 2 team - (1/20/09)
Crider leads Wayne with 18 in fast-paced attack - Dayton Daily News (12/13/08)

Highlights: Video: Markus Crider (5/29/09) - YouTube
Highlights: Wayne Warrior Basketball Part 1 (3/19/09) - YouTube
Highlights: 2009 Wayne Warrior Basketball Part 2 (3/19/09) -YouTube

Junior: 2009-10 (Wayne) -
Sophomore: 2008-09 (Wayne) -

Additional Info
2009-10 Schedule :: Dayton Daily News


1 comment:

  1. More Rivals commentary on Crider from the Summer Jam:

    "Playing against his good friend and high school teammate, [Travis] Trice, must have fired Crider up as he played arguably his best game of the summer. Talent has never been in question with Crider, and that was made very clear in the semi-finals. Crider finished above the rim, made plays on defense, hit a jumper, and also scored off the dribble. More than anything he was aggressive and played with passion. When he does that he is a handful, and now he needs to show that fire consistently."

    7/16: Summer Jam: Champions Crowned


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