Ceribelli (6-foot) leads the Bulls in scoring. The All-County Second-Team selection last season is averaging 20.3 points per game.
"He can shoot it and he gets to the line 8-10 times a game by just driving and handling the ball," Rhoads said. "He's a great athlete. He's really fast and aggressive. I would say he's probably the most talented player I've coached here in 13 years, offensively, for sure."
He's not the only one producing.
Geschwilm (6-6) is averaging 15 points and nine rebounds a game.
"He's been on varsity for three years, but he dedicated his spring and summer to getting better," said Rhoads noting he played AAU ball and attended camps in the offseason. "He's had a great year. He's going to play in college for sure. I have college coaches at every game."
While Geschwilm may be the most improved player since last year, Bittner (12 points per game) is right behind him.
"He's a much better shooter and he's probably our best perimeter defender," Rhoads said. "He gets to the basket. He's our second most improved player. He's really turned it on."
Waganer (6-3) is a workhorse who could make a difference in any lineup.
"Chase Waganer is just a great athlete," Rhoads said. "He can play inside or outside for us. He kind of does the dirty work. He will get rebounds, scores, but he's not quite the shooter as some of the other kids, but he's a slasher, good defender and he's a leaper."
Three-year varsity player Isett (6-3) is averaging about nine points per game and sixth man Stevie Gerovasillas (5-11)is also a senior.
"Our team goal is to get to the regional final and see what happens and go as far as you can in March," he said. "I think they are buying into it. I don't think they realize how good they can actually be. I think they are really good."