Another 50 fabulous players to watch in 2008

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By Phil Brozynski

Because one list just isnt enough, here are 50 more volleyball players to watch in 2008:

Blake Austin, 6-6, Sr., MH, Oak Park

Felipe Bastos, 5-8, Sr., S, Lincoln Park

Mike Bolhuis, 5-11, Sr., L, Lincoln-Way East

Matt Brahm, 6-3, Sr., OH, York

Erik Brand, 6-4, Sr., OH, New Trier

Mike Brdicka, 6-6, Sr., MH, Naperville Central

Josh Brozek, 6-4, Sr., MB, Benet

Feris Cano, 6-2, Sr., MH, Payton

Brian Clark, 6-3, Sr., MH, Neuqua Valley

Scott Clay, 6-2, Sr., S, Lyons

Roger Coffin, 6-8, Sr., MH, York

Peter Dabrowski, 6-6, Jr., MB, Glenbard East

Kevin Donahue, 6-3, Sr., MH, Brother Rice

Connor Dougherty, 6-8, Jr., MH, Waubonsie Valley

Dan Dowjotas, 6-2, Sr., OH, Montini

Brett Ellis, Sr., OH, St. Charles North

Chris Falknor, 6-1, Jr., OH, Buffalo Grove

Bill Foran, 6-2, Sr., OH, Benet

Dan Frommeyer, 6-5, Sr., MH, Barrington

George Ghassan, 6-6, Sr., MH, Waubonsie Valley

Alex Gigler, 6-4, Sr., OH, Waubonsie Valley

Kevin Hoag, 6-2, Sr., MH, Payton

Howard Hu, 5-11, Sr., OH, Lincoln Park

Nick Janky, 6-4, Sr., OH, Lincoln-Way East

Tom Jelonek, 6-3, Sr., MH, Addison Trail

Noah Johnson, 6-2, Sr., MH, Hinsdale Central

Charlie Kahn, 6-5, Sr., MH, Oak Park

Albert Klimek, 6-3, So., MH, Whitney Young

Victor Lei, 6-1, Jr., S, Naperville Central

Joe Lombard, 6-2, Sr., OH, Marist

Steve Mattes, 6-1, Sr., S, Brother Rice

Chris Michellotti, 6-8, Sr., MH, Barrington

Karl Nerger, 6-2, Sr., OH, Northside Prep

Dan Orna, 6-1, Sr., OH, Naperville North

John Prout, 6-6, Jr., MH, Evanston

Kevin Przychoni, 6-3, Sr., OH, Marist

Jake Rio, 6-2, Sr., OH, St. Francis

Rob Samp, 6-9, Jr., MB, Wheaton Warrenville South

Tom Seagraves, 6-4, Sr., MB, Glenbard East

Jehu Shamlin, 6-3, Sr., MH, New Trier

John Shurna, 6-8, Sr., MB, Glenbard West

Joe Sponseller, 6-4, Sr., OH, Carmel

Paul Springer, 6-5, Sr., OH, Evanston

Jake Torcasso, 5-11, Sr., OH, Lake Park

George Vasels, 6-1, Sr., S, Taft

Dave Walery, 5-9, Sr., L, Sandburg

Neal Whittington, 6-7, Jr., MB, Wheaton Warrenville South

Jordan Williams, 6-5, Jr., OH, Hinsdale Central

Larry Wrather, 5-11, Jr., OH, Lake Forest

Dave Zuber, 6-2, Sr., OH, Addison Trail

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