NAME: Lonnie Grayson
SCHOOL: Wyoming High School
GRADUATING YEAR: 2017
GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT: Reigning CHL Player of the Year, has committed to West Point
HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6'0"-160 lbs.
PARENTS: Lonnie & Erica
FUTURE GOAL: Play Div. I basketball
A four-year varsity starter for the defending CHL co-champs, senior Lonnie Grayson has 1,000+ points scored in his great varsity career.
He has started strong this season for the undefeated Cowboys with double-digit scoring games vs. Taylor (21 points), Hughes (14) and Indian Hill (12).
Last season, Lonnie averaged a league-leading 19 points per game plus had 5.4 rebounds, 2.2 assists and a league-leading 3.1 steals for the 18-5 Cowboys.
He had numerous big scoring games last season, too, including vs. Madeira (30 points), Taylor (28), Indian Hill (28) and Mariemont (27).
Lonnie has won numerous honors, including twice being named CHL Player of the Year and 1st team all-city in Div. II. Additionally last season, he was 1st team SWO District in Div. II and honorable mention all-Ohio Div. II.
"Lonnie has been an outstanding player for us for four years," says Coach Tim Edmonds. "He has seen tremendous success as a basketball player, but also excels as a student and person."
Active in community service, Lonnie has committed to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.
His favorite athlete is Damian Lillard, favorite entertainer is Will Smith, favorite book is The Great Gatsby, favorite movie is I am Legend and most-like-to-meet is Jay-Z.
COACH'S QUOTE – "One of Lonnie's greatest strengths is his dedication and commitment to excellence. He has an untiring work ethic and his pursuit of greatness is second to none. It has been a privilege to coach him the past four years."
— Tim Edmonds, Basketball Coach
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