78 who might be great boys volleyball players

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The 2011 Chicago Sun-Times boys volleyball preview will be released soon, including the names of the top 50 players in the area. Here are 78 area players who did not make the top 50, but could make a significant contribution to their team’s success in 2011.

Nikola Antonjevic, 6-8, Sr., MH, Stevenson

Mario Ascencio, 5-11, Jr., S. Loyola

Jacob Barber, 5-10, Jr, OH, Plainfield North

Sean Blackwood, 6-5, Sr., OH, Lincoln-Way Central

Jon Bolek, Sr., S, Deerfield

Bryan Bonamarte, Sr., MB, Libertyville

LJ Booth, 6-6, Jr., MH, Hinsdale Central

Dustin Borenstein, 6-3, So., OH, Highland Park

Matt Calloway, 6-6, Jr., MH, Wheaton Warrenville South

Joseph Coyne, 5-7, St., Libero, New Trier

Colin Denny, 6-2, Sr., MH, Brother Rice

Joseph Farrell, 6-5, So., OH, Glenbard East

Joe Fashingbauer, 6-0, Sr., S, St. Rita

Michael Fitzgibbons, Sr., OH, Carmel

Jason Fox, 6-2, Sr., OH, Sandburg

Mike Frederick, 6-0, Sr., L, Oak Park

Luke Furman, 6-0, So, S, Waubonsie Valley

Vince Gabuzzi, 6-5, Sr., RS, Glenbrook South

Taylor Ganzer, 6-0, Jr., S, Barrington

Andrew Gates, 6-0, Sr., OH, New Trier

Justin Ginter, Sr., S, Palatine

Kevin Groper, 6-2, Sr., RS. Sandburg

Matt Guerrieri, 5-9, Jr., L, Plainfield North

Derek Gulmond, 6-4, Sr., RS, Evanston

Kris Hawkins, 6-2, Sr., RS, Lake Forest

Kevin Hobbs, Sr., RS, York

Mark Hogan, 6-4, Sr., OH, Lyons

Luke Jacobson, 6-4, J., MH, Glenbrook North

Thomas Jaeschke, 6-6, Jr., OH, Wheaton Warrenville South

Paul Juska, 6-1, Sr., OH, Loyola

Kris Hawkins, 6-2, Sr., MH, Lake Forest

Daniel Kaplan, Sr., MH, Deerfield

Eric Kluge, Sr., MH, Hinsdale South

Martin Krasuski, 6-4, So., OH, Metea Valley

Matt Krese, 6-7, Sr., MH, St. Francis

Sam Kull, 6-5, Sr., MH, Downers Grove South

Luke Ladowski, 6-2, Jr., OH, Benet

Bobby Lenderman, 5-11, Sr., L, Hinsdale Central

Tommy Leonard, 6-8, Jr., MH, Barrington

Pat Livingston, Jr., OH, Maine West

Dylan Maziur, 6-3, Sr., RS, Oak Forest

Paris McFall, 6-6, Sr., OPP, Downers Grove South

Kyle Moore, 6-1, Jr., OH, Lake Forest

Kevin Morrison, 6-1, Sr., OH, Marist

Kevin Murphy, 5-8, Sr., L, Marist

Andrew Muys, 6-5, Sr., OH, Sandburg

Sean O’Connor, 6-10, Sr., OH, Warren

Austin Overby, 6-5, So., OH, Lincoln-Way Central

Eric Phillips, Sr., RS, Antioch

Brian Pomorski, 6-2, Sr., RS, Brother Rice

Piotr Rafalo, 6-8, Jr., MH, Glenbrook South

Andrew Regnery, 6-1, Sr., MH, Hinsdale Central

Colin Rudnick, 5-8, Sr., S, St. Ignatius

Bryan Ruggiero, 5-11, Sr., S. Downers Grove South

Josef Santos, 5-8, So, L, St. Francis

John Savickas, 6-5, Sr., MH, Minooka

Dillon Schaeffer, 6-4, Sr., OH, Warren

Scott Schwartz, 6-7, MH, Glenbrook North

Alex Severson, 6-3, Sr., MH, Lincoln-Way Central

Tim Shenkin, 6-5, Jr., MH,. Glenbard East

Danny Slutsky, 5-10, Sr., S, Glenbrook North

Jesse Solomon, 6-5, Sr., OPP, New Trier

Thomas Stevens, 6-2, Jr., OH, Neuqua Valley

Michael Storm, 6-3, Jr., OH, Waubonsie Valley

Dan Swiec, 6-2, Sr., MH, Fremd

Jordan Thompson, 6-1, Sr., MB, Downers Grove North

Parker Tortorello, 6-0, Jr., OH, Mundelein

Simon Tran, 6-2, Sr., MH, Lane Tech

Armin Trgo, 6-1, Sr., OH, Addison Trail

J.P. Tulacka, 6-6, Jr., MH, Downers Grove North

Everardo Valencia, 5-11, Sr., OH, Morton

D.J. Valenti, 6-5, Sr., MH, Oak Park

Stefan Vidovich, 6-3, Jr., MH, Libertyville

Bennett Wakenight, 6-5, Sr., MB, New Trier

Bobby Walsh, 6-6, Jr., MH, Mt. Carmel

Dan Weishar, 6-3, Sr., OH, Brother Rice

Ben Wilks, 6-3, S., OH, Oak Park

Tim Zyburt, 6-6, Jr., OPP, Wheaton Warrenville South

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