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Jordan Ash, St. Joseph, 6-2, Sr.

Micah Bradford, Bradley-Bourbonnais, 5-11, Jr.

Jalen Brunson, Stevenson, 6-2, Sr.

Armani Chaney, St. Rita, 5-11, Sr.

Nojel Eastern, Evanston, 6-4, So.

Kalin Fisher, Proviso East, 6-2, Sr.

Devin Gage, Curie, 6-1, Jr.

Kain Harris, St. Rita, 6-4, Sr.

Aaron Jordan, Plainfield East, 6-4, Sr.

Marcus LoVett, Morgan Park, 5-11, Sr.

Charles Matthews, St. Rita, 6-6, Sr.

Charlie Moore, Morgan Park, 5-11, Jr.

Harrison Niego, Lyons, 6-1, Sr.

Prentiss Nixon, Bolingbrook, 6-0, Sr.

Zach Norvell, Simeon, 6-4, Jr.

Luwane Pipkins, Bogan, 5-9, Sr.

Jeremy Roscoe, Uplift, 6-2, Sr.

David Sachs, Highland Park, 6-0, Sr.

Mike Smith, Fenwick, 5-10, Jr.

Josh Stamps, Curie, 6-4, Sr.

Trevor Stumpe, Plainfield North, 6-4, Sr.

Glynn Watson, St. Joseph, 5-11, Sr.


Taylor Adway, Hillcrest, 6-7, Sr.

Evan Boudreaux, Lake Forest, 6-7, Sr.

Connor Cashaw, Stevenson, 6-4, Sr.

Ben Coupet, Simeon, 6-6, Jr.

Roland Griffin, West Aurora, 6-5, Sr.

Karl Harris, De La Salle, 6-4, Sr.

Brandon Hutton, De La Salle, 6-5, Sr.

Rapolas Ivanauskas, Barrington, 6-8, Jr.

Brandon Johnson, TF South, 6-7, Jr.

James Jones, Bogan, 6-4, Jr.

Edward Morrow, Simeon, 6-7, Sr.

Isaiah Moss, Simeon, 6-5, Sr.

Nate Navigato, Geneva, 6-6, Sr.

Christian Negron, Larkin, 6-6, So.

Weisner Perez, Morton, 6-6, Sr.

Matt Rafferty, Hinsdale Central, 6-7, Sr.

Nick Robinson, Kenwood, 6-6, Jr.

Admiral Schofield, Zion-Benton, 6-5, Sr.

Justin Smith, Stevenson, 6-5, So.

Joseph Toye, Young, 6-7, Sr.

DJ Williams, Simeon, 6-7, Sr.


Barrett Benson, Hinsdale South, 6-9, Jr.

Myles Carter, St. Rita, 6-8, Sr.

Manny Patterson, Kenwood, 6-7, So.

Kenneth Perkins, North Lawndale, 6-9, Sr.

Nick Rakocevic, St. Joseph ,6-10, Jr.

Julian Torres, Bolingbrook, 6-8, Sr.

Diago Quinn, Lake Forest Academy, 6-10, Sr.

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