Dwayne Cohill, a six-foot-two-inch combo guard from Holy Name High School in Cleveland, Ohio, has emerged as one of the premier players in the Buckeye State. Holy Name, renowned for its academic prowess, had not secured a district championship since 1954, until Dwayne's arrival. In his freshman year, he spearheaded the team's triumphant district crown, ending a 61-year drought. The following year, Dwayne led them to yet another district championship, boasting an impressive 23-1 record. Dwayne's remarkable proficiency as a scorer, his prowess as a two-way player, and his natural aptitude as a team leader have set him apart. He currently holds both the school's single-game and career scoring records and is en route to surpassing 2,000 career points this season. Despite his on-court achievements, Dwayne remains steadfast in prioritizing his education, largely influenced by his mother. Committed to the Dayton Flyers for college, he fervently dreams of a future in professional basketball.