Loyola University Could Look Like Suburban All-Star Team

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Looks like Loyola is becoming a popular second home (in some cases, third home) for former Chicago suburban basketball standouts.

Cully Payne was the first to land at the Rogers Park college, and the Schaumburg graduate will start playing next season. Payne flirted with DePaul before heading to Alabama and then Iowa.

There has been word that Glenbrook North graduate Alex Dragicevich is considering the Ramblers after deciding to transfer from Notre Dame in recent weeks.

Now comes this.

New Trier graduate Alex Rossi is exploring his options following a transfer from Cal-Berkeley based on “private family issues.”

Here’s the full read.

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