Welcome to the Ohio Girls Basketball Report (OGBR). Ohio Girls Basketball Report provides information on prospective student-athletes from Ohio to over 200 collegiate subscribers. Ohio has been consistently rated a top three state in the country for recruiting prospects in girls basketball. Our purpose is two fold; we want subscribers to have all the information they need to make informed decisions on prospects, as well as run events to give prospects opportunities to showcase their skills in front of college coaches. On this site, college coaches will be able to access information both about prospects as well as our events. We look forward to working with you and continuing to promote Ohio as a hotbed of girls basketball.
NCAA Division I coaches are permitted to subscribe to this service for (women's basketball). To confirm approval, NCAA compliance officers and coaches may find this service on the list of approvals linked below. This link requires an NCAA login and is not available to the public:
Tenishia Benson has been involved in every aspect of the Ohio Girls Basketball Report (OGBR). She attended OGBR Skills Camp while in middle school and took part in events as a member of the Akron Hoban basketball team, leaving as one of the most accomplished players in the program's history. She continued her basketball career to the University of Cincinnati, before finishing collegiately at Ohio University. Tenishia also spent time as a member of the coaching staff at Division I Alabama A&M before returning to help direct OGBR in 2015.
Bryce McKey grew up in Berlin, Ohio the home of the Classic in the Country. From there he went to Malone University, graduating with a degree in education. He then became the associate head coach at Hathaway Brown, helping lead the team to three consecutive state championships. Bryce spent two years as the head coach of nationally renowned AAU program Sports City U, leading to a collegiate coaching career at both Xavier and Maryland. He currently is again the head coach of Sports City U as well as of the Toledo Threat professional team in the Women's Basketball Developmental League, leading the Threat to the Quest for the Best Championship in his first season (2019). Bryce has been involved in coaching at all levels for over 15 years.