Ohio's best come together in Columbus 

October, 28, 2013
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Every fall the state of Ohio sends most of its elite players to Columbus, Ohio, for the All Ohio Battle of the Cities. The event has all of the major cities put together teams in each age group (8th grade through 12th grade) and come to the capital of the state to play to see which city is the king of basketball. Every year the event is competitive. It is one of the best events of the fall in the Midwest. Here are some of the best Division-I prospects who were in attendance.

2016

Seth Towns (Columbus, Ohio/Northland)
2016, SF/PF, 6-7, 190
Towns is a skilled combo forward whose game is moving more and more to the perimeter. He has a solid handle for his size and is a good face-up shooter (though his release is a little low). He is already a priority for Big Ten schools.