Euclid's Thaddeus Gibson, the football player, could possibly announce his college choice as early as Monday.
Robert Rose is just getting back into the swing of things on the hardwood after playing like an All-American on the gridion at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.
Rose guarded Gibson, who had 12 points with 1:46 remaining on the clock, most of the night.
Jermale Hines certainly got game for Glenville. He was leading the Tarblooders in scoring late in the game with 17 markers.
Hines, one of the state's top returning football players next year, is a sikly-smooth ballhandler with a soft outside shot.
Recent OSU verbal Bryant Browning was at the game and couldn't be happier about his future as a Buckeye.
Current Buckeye Curtis Terry (6-2, 234) was also at the game.
And former Buckeye Donte Whitner, working out in the Cleveland area until the NFL draft, was there as well.