Sports Illustrated had a pretty interesting article about this future number draft choice. I found it interesting on how the writer described the environment of NCH and the West End. I always consider NCH a Cincinnati neighborhood not it's own little town. Anyway if you like sports and Cincinnati getting some national ink here's the article.High School Hoops: Talk of the Town
By George Dohrmann
It is the first Friday of the school year, the night of the opening football game, and the students of North College Hill (Ohio) High will soon slip out of modest brick houses and long stucco apartment complexes and walk to the stadium. O.J. Mayo and Bill Walker will not be among them, at least not yet. They are stealing away in an SUV, heading east and then south, nine miles, to a shabby section of Cincinnati.
Mayo and Walker are juniors at NCH and two of the top five basketball players in their class in the country. As they ride, they work their cellphones, reviewing the latest text messages from college recruiters. They look up occasionally to narrate the route. "As you get closer to downtown, it's a whole new world," Mayo says when the SUV leaves Interstate 75. Walker adds, "When we were here last Friday, we saw one girl go at another with a razor blade."Full story text is available athttp://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/