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.

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