The area’s Top 50 basketball players

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Guards

Chase Adams, Marian Catholic, 5-4 So.

Bryce Barnes, Bogan, 5-9 Sr.

Craig Beaudion, Young, 6-2 Jr.

Tai Bibbs, West Chicago, 6-1 Jr.

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

Kezo Brown, Simeon, 6-0 So.

Xavier Castaneda, Young, 5-11 So.

Ayo Dosunmu, Morgan Park, 6-1 So.

Nojel Eastern, Evanston, 6-4 Jr.

Devin Gage, Curie, 6-1 Sr.

Evan Gilyard, Simeon, 5-9 Jr.

James Gordon, Simeon, 6-4 Sr.

Evan Hines, Niles West, 6-4 Sr.

Daniko Jackson, Riverside-Brookfield, 5-9 Sr.

Demarius Jacobs, Uplift, 6-3 Jr.

Elijah Joiner, Curie, 6-2 Jr.

Charlie Moore, Morgan Park, 5-10 Sr.

Zion Morgan, Kenwood, 6-3 Sr.

Landers Nolley, Curie, 6-4 So.

Zach Norvell, Simeon, 6-4 Sr.

Adam Pischke, Marian Central, 5-10 Sr.

Jarrin Randall, Morgan Park, 5-10 Sr.

Dwayne Rose, Crete-Monee, 6-2 Jr.

Mike Smith, Fenwick, 5-10 Sr.

Josh Thomas, Simeon, 6-2 Sr.

Kahlil Whitney, Solorio, 6-5 Fr.

Antonio Williams, Proviso East, 5-11 Sr.

Marquan Williams, Perspectives-MSA, 5-9 So.

Tyrese Williford, Marshall, 5-10 Sr.

Forwards

Mike Ballard, Fenwick, 6-4 Sr.

Trevian Bell, Joliet West, 6-5 Jr.

Raekwon Drake, Orr, 6-5 So.

Cameron Krutwig, Jacobs, 6-9 Jr.

Brandon Johnson, TF South, 6-6 Sr.

James Jones, Bogan, 6-3 Sr.

Jon Marotta, Lincoln-Way West, 6-7 Sr.

Christian Negron, Larkin, 6-6 Jr.

Justin Pierce, Glenbard West, 6-5 Sr.

Nick Robinson, Kenwood, 6-5 Sr.

Justin Smith, Stevenson, 6-6 Jr.

TJ Smith, Marian Catholic, 6-6 Jr.

Lucas Williamson, Young, 6-4 Jr.

Jeameril Wilson, Notre Dame, 6-4 Jr.

Centers

Nana Akenton, Bolingbrook, 6-5 Jr.

Ammar Becar, Notre Dame, 6-5 Sr.

Barret Benson, Hinsdale South, 6-10 Sr.

Lorenzo Edwards, Lake Forest, 6-7 Sr.

Zach Hollywood, Bradley-Bourbonnais, 6-7 Sr.

Manny Patterson, Kenwood, 6-7 Jr.

Nick Rakocevic, St. Joseph, 6-11 Sr.

The Latest
It’s been quite the week for Dosunmu, as he showed off his voice in huddles, his forearm strength on Patrick Beverley, and in the Monday win over the Kings, kept the Bulls afloat in what could have been a sinking first half.
Caleb Jones, who has landed in Colorado as a depth defenseman, came out on top in his first NHL matchup against Seth Jones as the Avalanche beat the Hawks 5-0 for the second time in a week.
The Wildcats meet Williamsville (25-9) in the 2A semifinals at 2 p.m. Thursday at State Farm Center in Champaign.