lj cason 27 PTS


GRAY  42
GRAY  42


Lawrence North v. Wauwatosa West





Evansville Reitz v. Grafton





Heritage Christian v. St. Louis Vashon






DALE  69
DALE  69




Heritage Christian v. Alexander





November 26th thru November 30th, 2019

The 2019 Kevin Brown Memorial Tournament of Champions was a great success!

Several individual records were shattered in this year’s event, great teams and players delivered memorable outings and KB Strong got a little bit stronger with the amazing donations received during this year’s event.

Here is a look at some of the tremendous highlights:


The Tupelo Golden Wave from Mississippi captured the Washington Invitational crown by knocking off Peoria Manual, 57-53 in the finale.

Dora’s junior guard Isaac Haney shattered the tournament scoring record and the event’s best scoring average record in this year’s event.  Haney scored 153 points in four games for an average of 38.3 points per game.  He broke KZ Okpala’s record for most points in a tourney and broke Nick Calathes’ record for Points Per Game.  Calathes’ record was established in the ToC’s inaugural event in 2006.  Haney was named the Most Outstanding Player of the Washington Invitational.

Tupelo’s Josh Mitchell broke the tournament rebound record with 67 boards in four games.  Mitchell was named the tournament’s MVP, after averaging 13 points, 17 rebounds and 3 blocks per outing.

Calhoun School, Alabama was led by 6’3″ Jr. J.D. Davison who soared to great heights throughout the event.  He finished the tourney with averages of:  33 points, 12 rebounds, 5 steals, 5 blocked shots and 4 dunks per outing!


The Woodward Academy War Eagles from College Park, Georgia defeated the Millennium Tigers of Goodyear, Arizona in the National Classic Championship Game, 67-62.

Woodward Academy’s Walker Kessler broke the ToC’s record for tournament Blocked Shots with 33 blocks in four games.  He also tied the record for most Blocked Shots in a game with 12 blocks against Lake Forest Academy.  Kessler averaged 18 points, 13 rebounds and blocked 8 shots per game and was named the tourney’s MVP.

Millennium’s DaRon Holmes was named the National Classic’s Most Outstanding Player after posting averages of 23 points, 14 rebounds and 5 blocked shots per game.


The Morgan Park Mustangs defeated Gary West Side, Indiana by the score of 73-54.  Marcus Watson was named the Shootout MVP after he scored 31 points and passed out 7 assists.  Adam Miller finished with 18 points for the Mustangs. Quimari Peterson led the West Side Cougars with 18 points.  Super Soph Jalen Washington did not play in the event due to an injury.

The Culver Academies Eagles defeated Rock Island by the score of 63-53.  The Eagles were led by 6’5″ Sr. Trey Galloway who finished the night with 35 points, 8 rebounds and 4 assists.  Deontae Craig scored 14 points and yanked down 9 boards for the Eagles.  Galloway was named the Shootout Series’ Most Outstanding Player!






Official dates announced

Tuesday, November 26th thru Saturday, November 30th, 2019

Washington Invitational

National Classic

ToC Shootout Series








Maumelle v. St. Louis Vashon





Hoover v. Washington





Dale v. Hoover

DALE  63
DALE  63




Morton v. North Tampa Christian Academy





Maumelle v. Heritage Christian





23 PTS

Victory Christian Academy v. Gray Collegiate Academy



GRAY  66
GRAY  66


Washington v. Dale


JAvonn white  9 PTS



Gray Collegiate Academy v. Metamora





North Tampa Christian Academy v. Thayer


ezekiel uzodohr  14 PTS


aidan burns  20 PTS

Alexander v. Maumelle


BRAEDAN LUE 21 PTS- 13 rbs


darren fleming  23 PTS; markalon rochell 22 pts

Thayer v. Morton





Metamora v. Victory Christian Academy





St. Louis Vashon v. Alexander





Gray Collegiate Academy v. Peoria Notre Dame

GRAY  57
GRAY  57

braylhan thomas 21 pts- 10 rbs



Peoria Notre Dame v. Victory Christian Academy





Total Scores






Hoover v. St. Laurence


Salim London 26 pts


Zerrick Johnson 17 pts

St. Laurence v. Dale



DALE  73
DALE  73


Thayer v. Heyworth





Heyworth v. North Tampa Christian Academy





Peoria Notre Dame v. Metamora




MATTHEW ZOBRIST 17 PTS; cooper koch 17 pts

St. Laurence v. Washington





Indian Trail Academy v. El Paso-Gridley




Heyworth v. Morton



ToC Updates 2020


 2021 We’re Back!

The Kevin Brown Memorial Tournament of Champions returned on November 23rd, 2021 after a year hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The crowd support for this year’s event was incredible and the talent on the floor was through the roof!  In case you missed this year’s event, here is a little rundown of some of the highlights at Torry Gymnasium.

CITY OF WASHINGTON INVITATIONAL- The St. Louis Vashon Wolverines became the first Missouri school to capture a ToC championship trophy!  Junior forward Kennard Davis was named the event’s MVP while St. Rita’s Morez Johnson (19 ppg- 11 rpg) and Yorkville Christian’s Jaden Schutt (29 ppg- 10 rpg- 4 apg) were named Co-Most Outstanding Players.  Keon of Richardson of Tinley Park tied the ToC record for most assists in a game with 12 against Urbana.  Yorkville Christian broke the event record for most 3-pointers in a game and in a tournament.  Chicago St. Rita and Yorkville Christian also broke a record for most points in a game by two teams when St. Rita knocked off Yorkville Christian by the score of 111 to 103.

NATIONAL CLASSIC- The Colorado Prep Pirates won the NC title with three dominating performances.  The Pirates 6’9″ Jr. Baye Ndongo (20 ppg- 13 rpg- 4 bpg) was named the event’s Most Valuable Player while 6’6″ Sr. Angel Montas (30 ppg- 9 rpg) of Life Christian was named the event’s Most Outstanding Player.  Life Christian’s Hansel-Emmanuel Donato was the talk of the event as he soared in for numerous dunks and found his teammates with incredible passes.  Hansel is the most inspirational player in the world!

SHOOTOUT SERIES– Ty Pence scored 38 points as he led his St. Joseph-Ogden Spartans to a hard earned victory over Denmark, WI.  The Pewaukee Pirates hit 17 3-pointers as they defeated Pattonville, MO.  Nick Janowski and Milan Momcilovic proved to be two of the top players from the state of Wisconsin and Kellen Thames proved he is one of the best from the state of Missouri.

KB STRONG- The KB Strong Foundation raised over $70,000 for Glioblastoma research!  This is the true highlight of the event!

ToC DEN OF HONOR- Six recipients were named to the ToC Den of Honor this year:  Tyler Herro, Whitnall HS-WI; Tristan Thompson, Findlay Prep- NV; Ben Ryan, Washington HS- IL; Jevon Carter, Proviso East, IL; Verdell Jones, jr., Urbana HS/Champaign Central HS Coach and Sherry Thurston, ToC Committee



We hope everyone is staying safe and healthy during this difficult time!

The 2020 tournament field is set and ready to go for November 24-28!  The announcement of this year’s field will be made during the first week of July.



The 14th Annual Kevin Brown Memorial Tournament of Champions will begin Tuesday, November 26th and run through Saturday, November 30th, 2019.

The Washington Invitational is stacked with strong teams from Illinois, Mississippi, Alabama and Missouri.  The #1 seed in the event is the Tupelo Golden Wave from Mississippi.  The Golden Wave are ranked as the #1 team in Mississippi’s 5A class.  The Wave return four starters from last season’s final four team: 6’8″ Sr. Josh Mitchell, 5’11” Sr. Mason Gary, 5’10” So. Braxton Bishop and 5’9″ Jr. Keondra Hampton.  Mitchell is regarded as one of the top shot blockers and interior defenders in the South.  This is an explosive team that can shoot the basketball.

Tupelo will face the host school- Washington Panthers who return all five starters from a year ago.  The Panthers are led by 6’7″ Jr. Devon Vanderheydt, 6’3″ Jr. Rickey Woods and 6’5″ So. Gus Lucas.  Rounding out the pool will be Dora, MO and Petersburg PORTA.  Dora is led by 6’1″ Jr. Isaac Haney (28 ppg) and the Luna Triplets: Bryson, Auston and Mason.  PORTA is one of the top 2A teams from Illinois.  They are led by 6’8″ Sr. Mason Muller (22 ppg-10 rpg).

The opposing bracket will feature Belleville West, Peoria Manual and Springfield Lanphier from Illinois and The Calhoun School from Alabama.  Belleville West is young and only have one returning player from last season’s 4A state Championship team.  However, the Maroons are loaded with up and coming talent and a couple of transfers.  The Manual Rams return PJ Star POY- 6’2″ Sr. Rolando “Pee Wee” Brown as well as Myriece and Emaryon Byrd.  Lanphier is young, but very talented- 6’2″ So. Tye Banks and 6’1″ Fr. Tevonta Jackson will look to push the ball for the Lions.  The Calhoun School is led by All-America PG 6’2″ Jr. Jerdarrian “J.D.” Davison, who is ranked as one of the Top 20 players in the 2021 national recruiting class.

The National Classic is loaded with tremendous talent!  The top seed is Goodyear Millennium from Arizona.  The Tigers are led by 6’9″ Jr. All-America DaRon Holmes, 6’1″ Jr. Justus Jackson, 6’5″ Jr. Coleman Fields and 6’3″ Sr. Michael Batchelor.  The Tigers also received additional help from a pair of transfers- 6’4″ Sr. Robby DeVries and 6’4″ Sr. Justice Marmara.  The Tigers are in the same pool as Illinois’ schools- Urbana and Chicago Lincoln Park.  The McGill-Toolen Yellowjackets round out the four in this bracket.

Urbana returns 6’2″ Sr. Christopher Cross and 6’4″ Sr. Bryson Tatum from last season’s 20-win team.  Lincoln Park is loaded with big time talent- 6’8″ Sr. Romelle Howard, 6’7″ Sr. Nick Kennedy, 6’0″ Jr. Ismail Habib and 5’10” Jr. Julio Montes are DI talents!  McGill-Toolen is led by the sensational duo of 6’9″ Sr. Cole LaRue and 6’6″ So. Barry Dunning.  LaRue is committed to Kennesaw State.  Dunning is ranked as a Top 25 player in the 2022 national recruiting class.

The opposing bracket features Woodward Academy, GA; Fort Smith Northside, AR; St. Louis De Smet Jesuit, MO and Lake Forest Academy, Illinois.  Woodward Academy features 7’1″ Sr. Walker Kessler (Top 10 player) who has committed to North Carolina.  Northside is the defending state champions from Arkansas- and return 6’10” Sr. Jaylin Williams, 6’7″ Sr. Braylin McKinley and 6’1″ Jr. Jacob Joe.

DeSmet Jesuit returns four starters including- 6’9″ Jr. Yaya Keita and 6’10” Jr. Sekou Gassama.  Lake Forest Academy sports the best group of Sophs in the state of Illinois.  Nigel Hylton (6’8″ SF) is an elite performer who is rising up the rankings at a torrid pace.  Darius Duff, Danny Wolf, Shaedon Simpson and Michael Nowak are also highly ranked sophomores at LFA.

In the ToC shootout series- fans will be able to watch Illinois’ #1 team and player- Chicago Morgan Park’s 6’4″ Sr. Adam Miller.  The Mustangs will also feature- 6’0″ Sr. Marcus Watson (Wake Forest), 6’5″ Jr. Brandon Weston, 6’6″ Jr. Aneas Davenport and 6’5″ Sr. Isaiah Burrell.  The Mutangs will battle Gary West Side Leadership Academy from Indiana.  The Cougars are led by 6’9″ So. Jalen Washington and 6’1″ Jr. Quimari Peterson.  Both players are future High Major DI players.

The other shootout game will feature Culver Academies of Indiana against Rock Island.  Culver is led by 6’5″ Sr. Trey Galloway, who has already committed to the Indiana Hoosiers for next season.  Rock Island is led by 5’7″ Jr. Jordan Rice and 6’8″ Sr. Solomon Gustafson (Quincy University Commit).




2018 ToC Recap…

The ToC crowned two champions this past year- The Belleville West Maroons won the National Classic with a hard-fought 84-73 victory over top-ranked Louisiana small school power- Rayville.  E.J. Liddell was named the event’s MVP and Most Outstanding Player with averages of 29 points, 11 boards and 5 blocks per game.  Rayville’s Mylik Wilson was incredible throughout the event as he was named to the All-Tournament team.  Wilson averaged 21 points, 9 boards, 6 assists and 4 steals in the event.

Chicago Leo’s Fred Cleveland and DaChaun Anderson were hard to stop in the 2018 ToC.  Cleveland averaged 27 points a game, and finished as the 2nd all-time ToC career scoring leader with 226 points.  Anderson broke the ToC tournament record for rebounds with 65 in 4 games. Liddell became the 3rd all-time ToC career scoring leader with 224 points in 8 ToC games.

The Washington Invitational was won by the Pleasant Grove Vikings from Utah.  Casey Brown, Tyler Fairbanks, Kael Mikkelsen and 7’4″ Sr. Matthew Van Komen teamed up to destroy the competition in the WI.  Brown (18 ppg- 5 rpg- 4 apg) was named the event’s MVP and MOP for his efforts!  Van Komen was dominant down low and Fairbanks was deadly from beyond the 3-point stripe.  Kawika Akina broke his wrist in the 2nd game of the tournament, and was unable to perform through the rest of the event.  Akina passed out 9 assists in his team’s first win over Aurora Christian.

St. Louis Mehlville’s Davion Bradford and Pacifica Christian’s dynamic duo of Judah Brown and Solomon Davis played very well throughout the tournament.  Jaehshon Thomas of Aurora Christian averaged 18.5 points a game in the event, and was a pleasant surprise to ToC fans. Chicago Uplift’s Markese Jacobs scored 41 points and was named the MVP of the ToC Shootout Series.


Several former ToC stars are absolutely dominating in college play this season!  Leading the pack is Duke’s sensational freshman Zion Williamson who is averaging 22 points and 9 boards a game for the Blue Devils.  Williamson is projected as the first pick in the 2019 NBA Draft!  Williamson was an explosive star in the 2016 ToC!

Seniors Ethan Happ of Wisconsin and Jordan Caroline of Nevada are destroying their competition this year.  Happ is averaging 19 points, 10 boards and 5 assists for the Badgers.  Caroline is averaging 19 points and 10 boards for the nationally ranked Wolfpack of Nevada.  Other top college players include:

6’8″ So. KZ Okpala, Stanford- 18 ppg, 7rpg;  6’5″ So. Nickeil Alexander-Walker, Virginia Tech- 18 ppg- 5 rpg, 5 apg; 6’7″ Fr. Ignas Brazdeikis, Michigan- 15 ppg; 6’6″ Jr. Charles Matthews, Michigan 14 ppg; 6’7″ Sr. Vic Law, Northwestern- 16 ppg- 7 rpg- 4 apg; 6’4″ Fr. Luguentz Dort, Arizona State- 16 ppg;  6’0″ So. Jhivvan Jackson, UT-San Antonio- 21 ppg; 6’5″ Fr. Tyler Herro, Kentucky- 14 ppg; 6’11” So. Nic Claxton, Georgia- 13 ppg- 10 rpg; 6’11” Jr. Austin Wiley, Auburn- 12 ppg, 8 rpg; 6’5″ Sr. Vasa Pusica, Northeastern- 16 ppg, 5 apg and 6’10” Sr. James Thompson, Eastern Michigan- 12 ppg and 11 rpg.

Udoka Azubuike of Kansas injured his wrist and is out for the season.  Azubuike was averaging 14 points and 7 boards before his injury.


Anthony Davis of the New Orleans Pelicans is on his way to becoming a 5-time NBA All-Star.  Davis is currently averaging 29 points, 13 boards and 3 blocks per game.  He is among the NBA leaders in all three categories.

Myles Turner of the Indiana Pacers leads the League in blocked shots with 2.8 per outing.  DeAndre Jordan of the Dallas Mavericks is among the NBA leaders in rebounds, blocked shots and field goal percentage.

Buddy Hield of the Sacramento Kings is averaging 20 points a game!


ToC 2018

The 13th Annual Tournament of Champions begins Tuesday, November 20th and will run through Saturday evening, November 24th, 2018.

The event will once again feature some of the elite teams and players from Illinois and across the nation.  This year’s ToC is broken down between three separate events: The Washington Invitational, The National Classic and the ToC Shootout Series.

The Washington Invitational will feature five teams from Illinois and three teams from Missouri, California and Utah.  Pacifica Christian, CA will feature three DI prospects who can flat out play- 6’7″ Jr. Judah Brown, 6’7″ Sr. Solomon Davis and 6’4″ So. Houston Mallette.  Brown is quickly becoming a household name among basketball recruiters and college coaches.  He is an elite athlete who is just starting to come into his own as a player.  Pleasant Grove, UT is the first team from Utah to play in the ToC.  The Vikings are led by 7’4″ Sr. Matt Van Komen, 6’3″ Sr. Casey Brown and 5’9″ Sr. Kawika Akina.  Van Komen has committed to Utah, and Brown has made a commitment to the BYU Cougars.

The Mehlville Panthers from St. Louis will feature two DI prospects in 6’7″ Jr. Lamontay Daugherty and 6’5″ Jr. Dylan Branson.  Daugherty was considered a top five talent in the Illinois’ 2020 recruiting class, before moving to St. Louis and joining the Panthers of Mehlville.  The Aurora Christian Eagles will feature the dynamic duo of 6’6″ Jr. Will Wolfe and 6’1″ Jr. Taaj Davis.  Pekin will be one of the better shooting teams in this year’s event, with 6’0″ So. Adam Cash, 6’0″ Jr. Max Jones and 6’5″ Jr. Justin Taphorn draining perimeter jumpers.

The Washington Panthers will be a very young, but talented squad this year.  Sophomores Devon Vanderheydt and Rickey Woods will team with Freshman Sensation Gus Lucas on the WCHS floor this winter.  Six-Four junior Dane Nieukirk could be a sleeper player in this year’s tourney.  The Harlem backcourt duo of Treye Tucker and David Williams will spell trouble for teams in this year’s event, as will- the backcourt duo of Winchester West Central- 6’0″ Jr. Gabe Cox and 6’1″ Jr. Drew Evans.

The National Classic will feature Illinois’ defending 4A State Champions, the Belleville West Maroons.  All-America forward E.J. Liddell returns to the ToC with his teammates as they look to capture the National Classic crown in November.  Lawrence Brazil and Keith Randolph also return to the West lineup.  Last year, the Maroons lost in the ToC finals to Sam Houston, TX- 84-74.

Joining Belleville West in their division will be Sumter Lakewood-SC, Mobile Le Flore-AL and Urbana.  Lakewood has a high-octane offense led by 6’5″ Jr. Quentin Hodge and 6’7″ Sr. Juwan Perdue.  Le Flore has always been a basketball power in the great state of Alabama.  The Rattlers are led by 6’8″ Sr. DeAntoni Gordon (Wichita State), 6’6″ Jr. Tyler Lang and 6’7″ So. Jaylin Murray.  The Tigers of Urbana have a very balanced lineup of shooters and athletes.  Six-three senior Payton Sheen is a lights-out shooter from the perimeter, and 6’7″ So. Jaylen Bryson is an athletic wing for the Tigers.

The Rayville Hornets return four starters from last season’s Louisiana State Championship team, who went 35-0!  The Hornets are led by 6’3″ Sr. Mylik Wilson (20 ppg- 11 apg) and his twin cousins- 6’6″ Sr. Ja’Markus Wilson and 6’6″ Sr. Ja’Michael Wilson.  The sleeper star of this group is the highly athletic 6’4″ Jr. Jay Pleasant who possesses a 40+” vertical.

Joining Rayville in their division will be St. Louis CBC- MO, Cy-Fair LCHS- TX and Chicago Leo.  CBC is a very talented group of players led by 6’3″ Jr. All-America Caleb Love and a pair of exciting Freshmen guards- Larry Hughes, jr. and Robert Martin.  Cy-Fair is young, tall and extremely talented.  Cy-Fair’s interior is led by 6’11” So. All-America Chuks Isitua and 6’10” Jr. Allen Udemadu.  The Falcons will look to athletic 6’5″ Sr. Larenz Williams for scoring assistance from the wing.  The Leo Lions have a tremendous group of players, led by 5’8″ Sr. Fred Cleveland and 6’8″ Sr. DaChaun Anderson.  Cleveland is one of the ToC’s All-Time leaders in scoring and assists.

The ToC Shootout Series will feature Chicago Uplift and St. Louis Christian as they lock  horns on Wednesday, November 21st at 6:30 pm.  Uplift is led by their 6’0″ Sr. All-America- Markese Jacobs.  SLCA is led by 6’6″ So. Jordan Nesbitt and 6’9″ So. Jonathan Izemef.  The Cougars will also display AAU legend Ramone Woods (5’9″ Sr.) who exploded for 68 points in a Summer League game this past year.

The ToC will kick-off at 4:15 pm on Tuesday, November 20th with Limestone and St. Louis Lindbergh-MO taking the floor.  The Lindbergh Flyers are led by 6’11” Sr. Erik Lahm.  Limestone will look to 6’4″ Sr. Mike Dunne for their offensive spark.


There are plenty of former ToC stars suiting up at the college ranks this season.  Here is a quick list of the stars to watch this upcoming season:

Zion Williamson, Duke; Austin Wiley, Auburn; Ethan Happ, Wisconsin; Jordan Caroline, Nevada; Udoka Azubuike and Quentin Grimes, Kansas; Charles Matthews and Ignas Brazdeikis, Michigan; James Thompson, Eastern Michigan; Chris Clarke and Nickeil Alexander-Walker, Virginia Tech; Xavier Sneed, Kansas State; Vasa Pusica, Northeastern; Tyler Herro, Kentucky; Kezie Okpala, Stanford; Travis Munnings, Louisiana-Monroe; Vic Law, Northwestern; George Conditt, Iowa State; Kendric Davis, TCU; Connor Vanover, California; Luguentz Dort, Arizona State plus Devin Whitelow, Winona State and  Lou Griffith, St. Thomas Aquinas College.





ToC End of the season report, 2018

The 2018 Basketball Season is coming to an end, and what a great year of hoops it was.

SIX ToC teams from the 2017 field won state, province and national affiliate championships!

  • Belleville West won the Illinois 4A State Championship over Chicago Whitney Young, while ending the season as the 14th ranked team in the nation!  The Maroons 6’7″ Jr. E.J. Liddell was named Illinois’ Mr. Basketball and Gatorade Player of the Year.  Malachi Smith, Keith Randolph, Lawrence Brazil and Justin Edwards played exceptionally well all season for Coach Joe Muniz.
  • Chicago Orr won the Illinois 2A State Championship with a win over Winnebago.  Coach Lou Adams’ Spartans finished the season ranked as the 19th best team in the country.  Raekwon Drake, Dannie Smith, Ty Mosley, Chase Adams, Brian Hernandez and Emmanuel O’Neal played like a well-oiled machine for the Spartans.
  • Montgomery Carver won the 6A Alabama State Championship behind the tremendous play of 6’6″ Jr. Jaykwon Walton (22 ppg), 6’1″ Sr. Jalen Gaston (19 ppg) and 6’1″ Sr. Darrell Bailey (12 ppg).  Coach James Jackson’s Wolverines have won three state titles after participating in the ToC that same season!!
  • Winston-Salem Prep won the 1A North Carolina State Championship with great team work.  Daivien Williamson (23 ppg- 5 apg) was named MVP of the State Finals and was named to the NC All-State Team in March.  Chaz Gwyn, Corey Rutherford, Justice Goodloe, K.J. Watson and Zack Austin played huge roles for the Phoenix (27-3)  and Coach Andre Gould.
  • The Rise Centre Academy won the OSBA (Ontario Scholastic Basketball Association) Title with a 74-72 victory over Ridley College Prep. The Wolfpack are loaded with DI talent, and were led throughout the season by 6’7″ Sr. Deon Ejim, 6’10” Sr. Adong Makuoi and 6’0″ Sr. Antoine Vernon.  Juniors Avan Nava and Adam Francolini were named to the ToC All-Tournament team.
  • Tennessee Preparatory Academy won the NACA championship with a hard-earned victory over Our Savior New American, NY.  Antavion Collum proved that he is one of the elite players in the 2019 recruiting class.  Collum averaged 27 points, 11 rebounds and 7 assists per game for the Diplomat Lions.


  • Zion Williamson was named to the McDonald’s All-America Team after averaging 37 points and 17 rebounds a game for Spartanburg Day School.  He was the Slam Dunk Champion in the McDonald’s All-America Game Dunk Contest.  Williamson will be a freshman at Duke next season.
  • Quentin Grimes was named to the McDonald’s All-America Team after averaging 31 points, 9 rebounds and 5 assists.  Grimes will be playing for Kansas next season.
  • Tyler Herro was named to the Jordan Brand Classic All-America Team along with Williamson and Grimes.  Herro averaged 32 points and 5 assists for Whitnall this past season.  Herro will be playing for the Kentucky Wildcats next season.
  • Ignas Brazdeikis was the top player in Canada this year after averaging 39 points and 11 rebounds per game.  Brazdeikis will be playing for Michigan next season.
  • E.J. Liddell will be rising up the ranking lists after a stellar season for his HS Maroons.  Liddell will be a triple-double machine for BW next season.  We look forward to seeing him and his West teammates at the ToC next Thanksgiving.


The ToC All-Collegiate team for 2018 is led by our Player of the Year- 6’2″ Sr. Jevon Carter of West Virginia.  Here is the complete list.

  • Jevon Carter, West Virginia, 6’2″ Sr.     17 ppg- 7 apg- 5 rpg- 3 spg
  • Trevon Bluiett, Xavier, 6’6″ Sr.              20 ppg- 6 rpg- 3 apg
  • Ethan Happ, Wisconsin, 6’10” Jr.          18 ppg- 9 rpg- 4 apg
  • Jordan Caroline, Nevada, 6’7″ Jr.          18 ppg- 9 rpg
  • Mohamed Bamba, 7’0″ Fr.                    13 ppg- 11 rpg- 4 bpg

2nd Team:

  • Udoka Azubuike, Kansas, 7’0″ So.         14 ppg- 7 rpg
  • Charles Matthews, Michigan, 6’6″ So.   14 ppg- 6 rpg- 3 apg
  • Vasa Pusica, Northeastern, 6’5″ Jr.        18 ppg- 5 apg
  • James Thompson, EMU, 6’10” Jr.           15 ppg- 12 rpg
  • James Batemon, LMU, 6’1″ Jr.                18 ppg- 5 apg



The High School Basketball season is coming to an end soon, and many ToC teams are primed for a deep state playoff run in 2018.  Let’s take a look at the teams and players that are trending today.


*The Sam Houston MSTC Tigers, 24-3.  Kendric Davis 23 ppg- 7 apg; Marlon Jackson 14 ppg; Henry Hampton 12 ppg

*Belleville West Maroons, 20-2.  EJ Liddell  22 ppg- 8 rpg- 6 bpg; Malachi Smith 16 ppg; Keith Randolph 10 ppg

*Montgomery Carver Wolverines, 21-6.  Jaykwon Walton 22 ppg;  Jalen Gaston 19 ppg

*St. Louis Confluence Prep, 21-4.  Brandon Fredrick 28 ppg- 5 apg- 5 spg;  Leon Perry  24 ppg- 12 rpg

*Greensboro Ben L. Smith, 20-3.  Isaiah Bigelow 21 ppg- 11 rpg; Jacob Crutchfield 11 ppg;  Camren Hayes  10 ppg- 7 apg

*College Park, 17-12.  Quentin Grimes 32 ppg- 8 rpg- 5 apg;  Shannon Scott 13 ppg;  Deon Blakemore 12 ppg

*Winston-Salem Prep, 18-3.  Daivien Williamson  23 ppg- 3 apg; Chaz Gwyn  15 ppg

*Chicago Leo Catholic, 18-5.  Fred Cleveland  20 ppg- 5 apg; DeChaun Anderson 12 ppg- 13 rpg; Malcolm Bell 14 ppg

*Chicago Uplift, 15-8.  Toraze Dobbs 22 ppg- 14 rpg; Markese Jacobs 20 ppg


*Orangeville Prep Bears, 25-4.  Ignas Brazdeikis 30 ppg- 8 rpg;  Keshaun Saunders 17 ppg; Matthew Alexander-Moncrieffe 15 ppg

*The Rise Centre Academy, 24-6.  Adong Makuoi 17 ppg- 11 rpg; Deon Ejim 14 ppg; Avan Nava 13 ppg

*Tennessee Prep, 15-6.  Antavion Collum 25 ppg- 10 rpg- 4 apg


*DePue Little Giants, 22-1.  Eddie Moreno 17 ppg, Manny Winfert 14 ppg

*Chicago Orr Spartans, 19-3.  Raekwon Drake 17 ppg- 10 rpg; Dannie Smith 15 ppg; Chase Adams 12 ppg- 8 apg

*Chicago Corliss Trojans, 19-3.  George Conditt  17 ppg- 13 rpg- 7 bpg;  Dhashon Dyson 15 ppg

*Whitnall Falcons, 15-5.  Tyler Herro 32 ppg- 8 rpg- 4 apg

*St. Louis Whitfield School Warriors, 15-7.  Torrance Watson 32 ppg- 8 rpg

*Hillsboro Hawks, 19-3.  Gaven Pinkley 20 ppg- 10 rpg- 5 apg;  Michael Brewer 16 ppg

*Illini Bluffs Tigers, 19-5 and Indianapolis Howe Hornets 15-6.


*The Washington Panthers (11-10) are playing great basketball with some big wins of late.  Watch out for the Panthers in the playoffs!

*Former ToC Super-Star Zion Williamson of Spartanburg Day School signed with the Duke Blue Devils.

*Williamson and Quentin Grimes of College Park, TX were named to the McDonald’s All-America team for 2018.

*St. Louis Whitfield’s Torrence Watson is averaging 32 points for the season- with a high of 58 points in one game.

*Jamarr Williams of St. Louis Northwest is averaging 21 points and 21 rebounds a game this year for the Hornets.



  1. Trevon Bluiett, Xavier, sr.                               19.2 ppg      Indianapolis Park Tudor, 2011
  2. Jhivvan Jackson, Texas-San Antonio, fr.        19.0 ppg      Euless Trinity, 2013
  3. James Batemon, Loyola-Marymount, jr.        17.4 ppg      Milwaukee Riverside, 2012
  4. Jordan Barnes, Indiana State, so.                   17.4 ppg      St. Louis CBC, 2013
  5. Ethan Happ, Wisconsin, jr.                             17.4 ppg      Rockridge, 2013

NCAA Leaders

Field Goal Percentage%- Udoka Azubuike, Kansas, so.   76.2%-  1st in the nation

James Thompson, Eastern Michigan, jr.   68.0%- 7th in the nation

Steals- Jevon Carter, West Virginia, sr.                            3.2 spg- 2nd in the nation

Blocked Shots- Mohamed Bamba, Texas, fr.                   4.4 bpg- 2nd in the nation

Rebounds- James Thompson, Eastern Michigan, jr.       12.2 rpg- 2nd in the nation

Assists- Jevon Carter, West Virginia, sr.                           6.8 apg- 11th in the nation


  1. Shea Feehan, Eureka College, jr.                             31.8 ppg
  2. Martavian Payne, Lindenwood-Belleville, sr.          26.9
  3. Edvinas Rupkus, Skidmore, jr.                                 22.4
  4. Branden Jenkins, Texas Wesleyan, sr.                     21.6
  5. Savon Goodman, Shaw, sr.                                     18.4


Anthony Davis of the New Orleans Pelicans was named to his 4th NBA All-Star Game!

NBA Leaders:

Points:  Anthony Davis, Pelicans                  27.0 ppg    4th in the League

Rebounds:  DeAndre Jordan, Clippers         14.9 rpg     2nd in the League

Anthony Davis, Pelicans            10.6 rpg     8th in the League

Blocked Shots:  Myles Turner, Pacers             2.2 bpg     2nd in the League

Anthony Davis, Pelicans              2.1 bpg     3rd in the League

FG %-  DeAndre Jordan, Clippers                 65.6%         2nd in the League

John Henson, Bucks                          58.9%         6th in the League

3-PT FG%- Reggie Bullock, Pistons               44.4%         4th in the League

Buddy Hield, Kings                      43.2%         9th in the League

Top Performers in NBA G-League:

Xavier Rathan-Mayes, Westchester; Alec Peters, Northern Arizona; Georges Niang and Naz Mitrou-Long, Salt Lake City; JeQuan Lewis, Wisconsin; Winston Shepard, Santa Cruz; Craig Sword, Erie; Nick Johnson, Austin; Anthony Bennett, Maine and Mangok Mathiang, Greensboro.


  1. Mohamed Bamba, Texas, fr.
  2. Austin Wiley, Auburn, so.
  3. Ethan Happ, Wisconsin, jr.
  4. Jevon Carter, West Virginia, sr.
  5. Trevon Bluiett, Xavier, sr.

39 former ToC Players have now made their marks in the NBA!  

Who’s next to the NBA:  ToC Prediction- Xavier Rathan-Mayes, Westchester Knicks



It is the end of the year of 2017, and there are several stories and trending topics regarded to the ToC and its former players list.  Lets jump into the High School Scene.


*E.J. Liddell, Belleville West was named MVP of the Centralia Holiday Tournament after the Maroons won the championship over Champaign Central.  Liddell is averaging 23 points, 9 boards and 5 blocks for the season.  Malachi Smith, Keith Randolph and Lawrence Brazil also continue their strong play for the Maroons.

*Quentin Grimes, College Park averaged 36 points a game in the Holiday Classic in San Diego.  He is currently averaging 32 pts, 9 rbs and 5 assists for the season.

*Chicago Orr (11-2) is on fire!  The Spartans won the Proviso West tournament with a 77-62 victory over Whtiney Young in the finals.  Raekwon Drake was named MVP and has had a tremendous season for Coach Lou Adams.  Chase Adams, Dannie Smith and Tyronn Mosley have had strong outings throughout the season!  Emmanuel O’Neil and Brian Hernandez continue to flourish as well.

*Hillsboro (12-0) won the Bob Sechrest Tournament in Park Hills, MO this past week.  Gaven Pinkley and Michael Brewer continue to slam their way past opponents this season!  Pinkley is currently averaging 19 pts, 10 rbs, 5 assists and 3 blocks a game for the Hawks.

*DePue (13-1) won the Princeville Tournament and Chicago Corliss (12-2) won the Teutopolis Christmas Tourney!

*Orangeville Prep (17-2) and The Rise Centre Academy (16-5) have faced tough competition all season, but both teams remain amongst the elite teams in Canada High School Basketball.

*Winston-Salem Prep (7-3) won the prestigious Frank Spencer Holiday Classic in NC.   Daivien Williamson was named MVP in the event, but he received great assistance from Zack Austin, Chaz Gwyn and Justice Goodloe.  Austin is on fire!

*St. Louis Confluence (10-4) is still playing great basketball.  Brandon Fredrick is averaging 29 pts a game and Leon Perry is averaging 24 pts and 11 boards per game.

*Other trending Players include:

Fred Cleveland, Chicago Leo  21 ppg, 5 apg

Isaiah Bigelow, Greensboro Smith  24 ppg, 10 rpg

Kendric Davis, Sam Houston MSTC  24 ppg, 7 apg

Ignas Brazdeikis, Orangeville Prep  27 ppg, 9 rpg

Antavion Collum, Tennessee Prep  24 ppg, 9 rpg, 5 apg

Torrence Watson, StL Whitfield  28 ppg, 8 rpg

Toraze Dobbs, Chicago Uplift  23 ppg- 14 rpg

Tony Hopkins, T.C. Howe  22 ppg, 10 rpg

Tyler Herro, Whitnall  27 ppg, 8 rpg, 5 apg  (Strained Calf- will miss 3 weeks with injury)



Jevon Carter, West Virginia    18 ppg, 6 apg, 4 spg, 5 rpg  (Leads nation in Steals)

Udoka Azubuike, Kansas        15 ppg, 8 rpg  (leads nation in FG%)

Mohamed Bamba, Texas        12 ppg, 10 rpg, 4 bpg  (Top 5 in blocked shots)

James Thompson, EMU          16 ppg, 12 rpg  (Top 5 in rebounds)

Kezie Okpala, Stanford           8.5 ppg- Just cleared to play for the season

Vasa Pusica, Northeastern      16 ppg, 5 apg  (former Sunrise Guard starting to blow up!)

Trevon Bluiett, Xavier              20 ppg, 6 rpg, 3 apg

Ethan Happ, Wisconsin           16 ppg, 8 rpg, 3 apg  (1,000 pts, 700 rbs and 200 assists in career)

James Batemon, LMU              19 ppg, 5 apg



The 12th Annual ToC has come and gone, but there were several big time memories created by the teams and players involved in this year’s event!

10 Best Performers:

Kendric Davis, Sam Houston MSTC- 28 ppg, 9 apg, 5 spg

E.J. Liddell, Belleville West- 27 ppg- 10 rpg- 6 bpg

Quentin Grimes, College Park- 23 ppg- 9 rpg- 7 apg

Ignas Brazdeikis, Orangeville Prep- 29 ppg- 10 rpg

Isaiah Bigelow, Greensboro Smith- 24 ppg- 8 rpg

Antavion Collum, Tennessee Prep- 25 ppg- 10 rpg

Jaykwon Walton, Montgomery Carver- 24 ppg- 6 rpg

George Conditt, Chicago Corliss- 19 pts, 18 rbs- 9 blks

Daivien Williamson, Winston-Salem Prep- 23 ppg- 3 apg

Brandon Fredrick, St. Louis Confluence- 27 ppg- 3 spg

10 Players you have never heard of- but now you know who they are!

Isaiah Bigelow, Greensboro Smith- Overall the most underrated player in the event.  Huge potential- will play at the highest levels.

Daivien Williamson, Winston-Salem Prep- Blow by speed with the dribble!

Brandon Fredrick, St. Louis Confluence- Quick on quick with a deep range jumper.

Avan Nava, The Rise Centre Academy:  Sweet stroke from deep!

Adam Cash, Pekin- Only a freshman!  Played very well throughout the event.

Lawrence Brazil, Belleville West- Came to play every day, excellent defender.

Camren Hayes, Greensboro Smith- An elite PG in the 2020 national recruiting class.

Leon Perry, St. Louis Confluence- An explosive wing who has great court sense.

Adam Francolini, The Rise Centre Academy- A pure shooter from deep range.

Chris Green, Sam Houston MSTC- Athletic wing who can get to the basket off the drive.

10+ Best Dunkers!

Silas Mason, Greensboro Smith

Quentin Grimes, College Park

Matthew Alexander-Moncrieffe, Orangeville Prep

Marlon Jackson, Sam Houston MSTC

Markese Jacobs, Chicago Uplift

E.J. Liddell, Belleville West

Mike Flenory, Chicago Uplift

Jaykwon Walton, Montgomery Carver

Raekwon Drake, Chicago Orr

Gaven Pinkley and Michael Brewer, Hillsboro

10 Best Perimeter Shooters!

Isaiah Bigelow, Greensboro Smith

Jaykwon Walton, Montgomery Carver

Chaz Gwyn, Winston-Salem Prep

Brandon Fredrick, St. Louis Confluence

Tyler Herro, Whitnall

Fred Cleveland, Chicago Leo

Quentin Grimes, College Park

Jalen Gaston, Montgomery Carver

Corez Anderson, Urbana

Brian Hernandez, Chicago Orr

10 Best Scorers

Quentin Grimes, College Park

E.J. Liddell, Belleville West

Ignas Brazdeikis, Orangeville Prep

Kendric Davis, Sam Houston MSTC

Isaiah Bigelow, Greensboro Smith

Jaykwon Walton, Montgomery Carver

Daivien Williamson, Winston-Salem Prep

Brandon Fredrick, St. Louis Confluence

Antavion Collum, Tennessee Prep

Tyler Herro, Whitnall

10 Best Backcourt Distributors!

Quentin Grimes, College Park

Kendric Davis, Sam Houston MSTC

Chase Adams, Chicago Orr

Antavion Collum, Tennesee Prep

Camren Hayes, Greensboro Smith

Avan Nava, The Rise Centre Academy

Fred Cleveland, Chicago Leo

Daivien Williamson, Winston-Salem Prep

Malachi Smith, Belleville West

Henry Hampton, Sam Houston MSTC

10 Best Contributors in the Paint:  (Scoring/ Defense/ Rebounding/ Blocking Shots)

E.J. Liddell, Belleville West

George Conditt, Chicago Corliss

Adong Makuoi, The Rise Centre Academy

Toraze Dobbs, Chicago Uplift

Raekwon Drake, Chicago Orr

Leon Perry, St. Louis Confluence

Jaylan Gainey, Greensboro Smith

Joe Jones, Orangeville Prep

Keith Randolph, Belleville West

Dannie Smith, Chicago Orr

November 8, 2017

The ToC is less than 2 weeks away!  Here are a few things to watch for in this year’s event!


Illini Bluffs returns 4 starters from last season’s team as they prepare for one of the elite small school teams in Indiana- Indy Howe.  Howe is led by 6’5″ Sr. Tony Hopkins (New Orleans).

Chicago Corliss and St. Louis Whitfield School will be a great matchup as Corliss’ 6’11” Sr. George Conditt will look to stop the slashing guard play of Whitfield and their Star-Guard Torrence Watson.

Washington kicks off their season with a tough matchup, St. Louis Confluence Prep.  The Panthers will look to push the ball against the Titans, while attempting to stop Confluence’s super scorer, Leon Perry.  The 6’7″ Sr. Perry averaged 28 points a game last season.

Belleville West will be playing in their first ToC game against pesky Pekin.  The Maroons are led by 6’7″ Jr. E.J. Liddell and 6’4″ Sr. Malachi Smith.  Pekin has several heady ball players who can score the ball from deep range.  Keep an eye on 6’4″ Sr. Jace Link and 6’5″ So. Justin Taphorn for the Dragons.

ToC Collegiate Commitments for the Fall

From the ToC Shootout Series:  

George Conditt, Chicago Corliss, 6’11” C – committed to Iowa State

Torrence Watson, St. Louis Whitfield School, 6’5″ SG- committed to Missouri

Tyronn Mosley, Chicago Orr, 6’5″ CG- committed to UW-Milwaukee

Tony Hopkins, Indianapolis Howe  6’5″ SF- committed to New Orleans

From the Washington Invitational:

Kendric Davis, Sam Houston MSTC, 5’10” PG- committed to TCU

Isaiah Bigelow, Greensboro  Smith, 6’6″ SF- committed to Charlotte

Daivien Williamson, Winston-Salem Prep, 6’1″ PG- committed to East Tennessee State

Malachi Smith, Belleville West, 6’4″ PG- committed to Wright State

Jaylan Gainey, Greensboro Smith, 6’10” C- committed to Brown

Jacob Crutchfield (6’0″ PG) and Jaylin Gamble (6’8″ PF), Greensboro Smith- committed to Fayetteville State (DII)

Shannon Scott, College Park- committed to Labette Community College

From the National Classic:  USA v. CANADA

Ignas Brazdeikis, Orangeville Prep, 6’8″ SF- committed to Michigan

Liam Courtney, The Rise Centre Academy, 7’0″ C- committed to Colgate



The 12th Annual Tournament of Champions is excited to announce a new format to this year’s tremendous field.  The National Classic has been changed to an “International Classic” as two teams from the United States challenge two of the top teams from Canada!  

The Orangeville Prep Bears and the Rise Centre Academy Wolfpack will feature elite talent that includes numerous future Division I stars, including Orangeville’s 6’8″ Sr. Ignas Brazdeikis and 6’7″ So. Matthew Alexander-Moncrieffe who are both Top 50 players in their respective national recruiting classes.  TRC Academy will feature one of the elite dunkers in North America- 6’9″ Sr. Adong Makuoi.

Tennessee Prep and St. Louis Christian from the World Prep Association will tangle with these two mega-powers from Canada.  TPA’s 6’8″ Jr. Antavion Collum is one of the most versatile players in America.  Collum will run the point for a team that will feature a boat-load of DI talent.  The SLCA Cougars return to the ToC and will feature several young, budding stars including 6’9″ 8th grader Teke Musaka!

The WASHINGTON INVITATIONAL will feature 12 outstanding high school teams from around the nation.  

The #1 seed in the event is the Sam Houston Math & Science Tigers who finished 34-3, last season.  The Tigers are led by 5’10” Sr. Kendric Davis who has already committed to TCU for next season.  Davis led the Tigers in scoring, assists and steals last season.  A second Texas team to watch is the College Park Cavaliers who features Top 10 talent- 6’5″ Sr. Quentin Grimes.  The Cavs High-Major PG Grimes averaged 28 points a game last season for College Park.

Two teams from North Carolina will also be vying for  the WI crown.  Greensboro Smith and Winston-Salem Prep will feature several future DI performers.  The Smith Golden Eagles will feature 6’7″ So. Silas Mason (Top 50) and 6’6″ Sr. Isaiah Bigelow.  The W-S Prep Phoenix will feature a super quick backcourt led by 6’1″ Sr. Daivien Williamson, 6’1″ Sr. Justice Goodloe and 6’2″ Jr. Chaz Gwyn.

The Montgomery Carver Wolverines make a return visit to the ToC.  The Wolverines were the 2014 WI Champions when they defeated Chicago Kenwood.  Carver is led by 6’6″ Jr. Jaykwon Walton and 6’4″ So. Antwan Burnett, who are both rated as the top players in the Alabama 2019 and 2020 classes.  St. Louis Confluence Prep Academy makes their first appearance in the ToC.  The Titans are led by 6’7″ Sr. Leon Perry (28 ppg) and 5’10” Sr. Brandon Fredrick.

Illinois schools- Washington, Urbana, Chicago Leo, Belleville West, Pekin and defending Washington Invitational Champion Chicago Uplift will battle for the title in this year’s event.  Belleville West is the #1 Illinois seed in the tournament and are led by Top 100 talent 6’7″ Jr. E.J. Liddell and 6’4″ Sr. Malachi Smith.  Five-six Jr. Fred Cleveland (Leo), 5’11” Sr. Adrian Ware (Washington) and 6’5″ Sr. Toraze Dobbs (Uplift) return for another ToC appearance.

The ToC will also feature four exciting shootout games which will include:

Illini Bluffs challenging Indianapolis Howe on Tuesday, November 21st.  Howe is led by the slick combo of 5’11” Jr. Kycia Washington and 6’5″ Sr. Tony Hopkins.  St. Louis Whitfield School, MO will tangle with Chicago Corliss on the same night.  Whitfield School is led by 6’5″ Sr. All-America Torrence Watson (28 ppg).  Corliss is led by 6’11” Sr. George Conditt.

On Wednesday, November 22nd- De Pue H.S. will meet a big challenge when they face the Hillsboro Hawks of Missouri.  De Pue has an enrollment of 114 students while Hillsboro comes in with an enrollment of 1,100.  This is the David v. Goliath matchup!  De Pue returns all five starters from last season’s 26-4 campaign.  The Hawks are led by the strong duo of 6’8″ Sr. Gaven Pinkley and 6’5″ Jr. Michael Brewer.

THEE top Shootout game will be played on Friday, November 24th, when Whitnall, WI faces defending Illinois 2A champions, Chicago Orr.  The Falcons are led by 6’5″ Sr. All-America Tyler Herro who averaged 28 points per game last season.  Orr is led by four DI seniors: 6’5″ Tyronn Mosley, 6’5″ Dannie Smith, 6’6″ Raekwon Drake and 5’4″ Chase Adams.


The ToC Pre-Season All-Collegiate Team has been announced:  You can go to the NEWS Section and click on Where are they NOW? to find out more information about the top ToC collegiate players of the upcoming season.

Top players to watch in 2017-2018

6’6″ Sr. Trevon Bluiett, Xavier

6’10” Jr.  Ethan Happ, Wisconsin

6’11” So.  Austin Wiley, Auburn

6’2″  Sr.  Jevon Carter, West Virginia

6’7″  Jr.  Jordan Caroline, Nevada

7’0″  Fr.  Mohamed Bamba, Texas

7’0″  So.  Udoka Azubuike, Kansas

6’6″  So.  Charles Matthews, Michigan

6’6″  Sr.  Jaron Hopkins, Fresno State

6’6″ Jr. Chris Clarke, Virginia Tech

6’7″  Sr.  Vic Law, Northwestern

6’8″  Fr.  Kezie Okpala, Stanford

6’7″  Fr.  Brian Bowen, Louisville

6’5″  So.  Xavier Sneed, Kansas State

6’10” Jr.  James Thompson, Eastern Michigan

6’6″  Fr.  Nickeill Alexander-Walker, Virginia Tech



The 2017 Tournament of Champions is right around the corner!  This year’s event will feature the Washington Invitational, National Classic and ToC Shootout Series.  The 24-team field will be announced on July 15th with all games being held at Washington Community High School.


The 2017 NBA Draft was held last week and four former ToC performers were amongst the group of 60 hoops stars selected.   D.J. Wilson of the University of Michigan was chosen in the first round of the draft by the Milwaukee Bucks.  Wilson played in the 2013 ToC for Sacramento Capital Christian and earned MVP honors after leading his team to the Super Showdown championship crown.

Sterling Brown of SMU and Nigel Williams-Goss of Gonzaga were both taken in the 2nd round of the draft.  Brown was an All-ToC performer for Proviso East in 2011.  Williams-Goss was the starting PG for Findlay Prep in 2010.  Brown was taken by the Philadelphia 76’ers, but was traded to the Milwaukee Bucks, at the conclusion, of the draft.  Williams-Goss was selected by the Utah Jazz.

The fourth and final player selected in the NBA Draft was a special talent that graced the floor of Washington Community High School from 2009 through 2013.  ALEC PETERS was the best player in the 2012 ToC, and now that he has been drafted by the Phoenix Suns, he is an authentic Basketball Legend of Tazewell County.

Another former ToC star was also signed by a NBA team moments after the draft.  JeQuan Lewis of VCU was signed to a free agent contract by the Milwaukee Bucks.  Lewis was MVP of the 2012 Super Showdown event after scoring 50 points in a single game for Dickson County, TN against Grandview, Missouri.  Lewis becomes the 38th NBA player from the ToC!

The ToC would like to wish continued success to these five young men and the best of luck to six other ToC alums who are fighting for NBA roster spots as free agents.  The list of former ToC players who will be playing in the NBA Summer League include:

*Malcolm Hill, University of Illinois/ Belleville East HS, 2011

Oklahoma City Thunder

*Mangok Mathiang, University of Louisville/ Brehm Prep Academy, 2010

Charlotte Hornets

*Landen Lucas, Kansas University/ Findlay Prep, 2010

Boston Celtics

*Naz Mitrou-Long, Iowa State University/ Findlay Prep, 2010

Sacramento Kings and Indiana Pacers

*Dylan Ennis, University of Oregon/ Lake Forest Academy, 2009

Golden State Warriors and Oklahoma City Thunder

*Xavier Rathan-Mayes, Florida State University/ Huntington Prep, 2011

New York Knicks


There are several free agent ball players who have great chances of finding a NBA roster spot for the upcoming season.  Former ToC star Cameron Clark of Oklahoma University and Sherman, TX (2009) put up huge numbers in France this past season.  2007 ToC stars D.J. Cooper (Hales Franciscan) and Xavier Gibson (Dothan Northview) both had super seasons abroad as well.

Three NBDL (now referred to as the G-League) players will continue chasing their NBA dreams this Summer and Fall.   Patrick Miller (Hales Franciscan- 2008), Roosevelt Jones (O’Fallon- 2010) and Stefan Jankovic (Huntington Prep- 2011) look to find a spot with a NBA franchise.

MALCOLM BROGDON was named the 2017 NBA Rookie of the Year!  Brogdon was the first 2nd round draft choice to ever be named Rookie of the Year.  Brogdon was an All-Tournament performer in the Tournament of Champions in 2008.

Madness in March- ToC

Madness in MarchIt has been quite the year for former ToC teams and players! State Championships, All-Americans and NBA All-Stars have been all the rage this past winter. Let’s start on the High School level STATE CHAMPIONS

  • Five 2016 ToC teams have won post-season championships!  Anaheim Esperanza (30-3) won the California Division II state championship with a 72-65 victory over Moreau Catholic.  Kezie Okpala had a sensational season for the Aztecs!  Okpala averaged 30 points and 11 rebounds per game.  A shout-out goes to Coach Mark Hill and his squad for a tremendous season.  Travis Kettering, Brendan Harrick, Jared Obermeier, Brandon Alpern and the Geiger Brothers were amazing every step of the way.
  • The Spartanburg Day School Griffins (30-6) finished as State Champions in South Carolina.  6’7″ Jr. Zion Williamson averaged 37 points and 15 rebounds per game and was a viral sensation with his thunderous dunks and highlight reel performances.  Junior guard Chandler Lindsey also got into the highlight groove with some incredible dunks of his own!  Congrats, Griffins and Coach Lee Sartor!
  • Faith Christian School played a rigorous schedule which helped lead them to another Virginia State Championship!   The Warriors were led by 7’2″ Sr. Brendan Newton (20 ppg- 14 rpg) and Noah Barnhart (15 ppg).
  • Wesley Christian School, KY and Redemption Christian Academy, NY both won National Championships within their school’s federation affiliations.  RCA’s Chris Duarte was unstoppable in the post-season averaging 33 points an outing.


  • Several ToC performers lit up the scoreboard this past season!
  • Cooper Neese of Cloverdale averaged nearly 30 points per game and became Indiana’s 7th All-Time leading scorer with 2,496 points!  Neese will participate in the National 3-point competition in Phoenix on April 2nd.  He will attend Butler University next season.
  • Other top scorers included: Zion Williamson, Spartanburg Day 37 ppg; Taylor Bruninga, Illini Bluffs 33 ppg; Kezie Okpala, Esperanza 30 ppg; Parker Stewart, Union City 29 ppg; Courvoisier Mc Cauley 28 ppg and Jalen Moore, Cloverdale 27 ppg.


  • The Washington Panthers had another tremendous season finishing, 24-6.  Devin Whitelow collected several awards throughout the season and will be attending Winona State University in the Fall.
  • Several ToC teams finished the season with over 20 victories: Wesley Christian (33), Esperanza (30), Spartanburg Day (30), Redemption Christian (24), Washington (24), Legacy Charter (24), Harvest Christian (24), Illini Bluffs (24), Faith Christian (23), Chicago Uplift (23),  Sunrise Christian (23), Union City (20), Chicago Kenwood (20) and St. Louis Miller Career (20).
  • Former ToC stars Mohamed Bamba (Westtown School) and Brian Bowen (La Lumiere School) were named to the McDonald’s All-America Team.  Bamba recorded 17 points and grabbed 5 rebounds in the game.


  • Three former ToC stars were named to the NABC All-America team.  Nigel Williams-Goss (Findlay Prep- 2010) of Gonzaga was named to 2nd Team while Valpo’s Alec Peters (Washington- 2012) and Wisconsin’s Ethan Happ (Rockridge- 2013) were named to the 3rd team.   Peters became the All-Time leading scorer and rebounder for Valparaiso!  Paris Lee (Proviso East) of Illinois State was named HM All-America.
  • Three former ToC standouts are a part of the NCAA Final Four!  Nigel Wiliams-Goss of Gonzaga, Dylan Ennis (Lake Forest Academy- 2009) of Oregon and Ran Tut (Brehm Prep- 2010) of South Carolina will be in Phoenix for the Final Four.
  • West Virginia’s Jevon Carter (Proviso East) was named the NABC College Defensive Player of the Year!
  • The ToC All-College Team consists of the following players
    • Player of the Year: Alec Peters, 6’9″ Sr. Valparaiso, 23 ppg- 10 rpg
    • Nigel Williams-Goss, 6’3″ Jr.  Gonzaga,  17 ppg- 6 rpg- 5 apg
    • Ethan Happ, 6’10” So.  Wisconsin, 14 ppg- 9 rpg
    • Trevon Bluiett, 6’6″ Jr.  Xavier, 19 ppg- 6 rpg (Indianapolis Park Tudor- 2011)
    • JeQuan Lewis, 6’1″ Sr.  VCU, 15 ppg- 5 apg- 3 spg (Dickson County-2012)
  • You can check out all the other top players on the Where are they Now? link of the NEWS Section!
    • Most Improved Player- D.J. Wilson, 6’10” So. Michigan (Sacramento Capital Christian- 2013)
    • Top Freshmen- Austin Wiley, 6’11” C  Auburn (Spain Park- 2015) and Xavier Sneed, 6’6″ SG Kansas State (Hazelwood Central-2015)
    • Top Small School Players- Lane Mahurin, 6’8″ Sr.  Indiana Wesleyan (Rockville- 2012) and Torren Jones, 6’9″ Sr. William Penn University (Chandler Basha- 2010)
    • Top JUCO Player- James Batemon, 6’1″ So.  North Dakota Science (Milwaukee Riverside- 2012)


  • The LA Clippers’ DeAndre Jordan was named to the NBA All-Star game alongside Anthony Davis of the New Orleans Pelicans. Jordan is the 2nd former ToC performer to be named to the NBA All-Star game!  Davis was named MVP of the game, recording 52 points on the night!
  • Buddy Hield (Sunrise Christian- 2011) of the Sacramento Kings and Myles Turner (Trinity- 2013) of the Indiana Pacers star in the NBA Rising Stars All-Star Game.
  • Wayne Selden (Tilton School- 2011) became the 33rd NBA player from the ToC!  Selden is currently playing for the Memphis Grizzlies after a short stint with the New Orleans Pelicans.
  • Yogi Ferrell (Indianapolis Park Tudor- 2011) signs as a free agent with the Dallas Mavericks and scores 32 points in his very first game with the team.



2016 ToC Recap

Devin Whitelow
Devin Whitelow

The Oglethorpe Tournament of Champions was once again filled with top teams, elite players and super highlights!  The following is a list of the 10 top Highlights from this year’s event!

  1. ZION WILLIAMSON of Spartanburg Day School put on the greatest performance in ToC History when soared to the bucket for a record-tying 50 points and 10 dunks in the Griffins victory over Proviso East.  Williamson finished the tournament with 117 points, 48 rebounds and an astonishing 21 slam dunks!   Williamson was named the Most Outstanding Player in the Washington Invitational and finished as one of the All-Time ToC Greats!
  2. KEZIE OKPALA of Anaheim Esperanza lived up to the hype, scoring a record breaking 133 points in the tournament.   Okpala led his Aztecs to a 2nd place finish in the Washington Invitational with averages of 33.3 points and 10.5 rebounds per outing.  Okpala was named the MVP in the Washington Invitational.
  3. CHICAGO UPLIFT was a high-scoring machine throughout the ToC.  Markese Jacobs, Demarius Jacobs and Toraze Dobbs were all named to the Washington Invitational All-Tournament team.  The Titans scored 106 points in a victory over Marmion Academy and won the Washington Invitational crown by defeating Anaheim Esperanza in the finale.
  4. DEVIN WHITELOW of Washington finished his 4-year career in the ToC by becoming the event’s career leader in assists and steals.  Whitelow was named to his 3rd consecutive ToC All-Tournament team and finished his career as the event’s 4th all-time leading scorer.
  5. COOPER NEESE v.  TAYLOR BRUNINGA was a tremendous small-school shootout matchup that more than lived up to the hype!  Cloverdale’s Neese hit jumpers from 35 feet and scored 30 points as he led his Clovers to a 76-68 victory over Illini Bluffs.  The Tigers were led by Bruninga who finished his game with 37 points and 17 boards.
  6. FRED CLEVELAND of Chicago Urban-Prep Englewood displayed amazing ball handling skills and deep range scoring as he led the Lions to the ToC Showdown title.  Cleveland was named MVP of the Showdown, averaging 15 points and 3 assists for the tournament.
  7. CHRIS DUARTE of Redemption Christian was MVP of the National Classic as he led his teammates to the championship.  Duarte sees the floor very well and explodes to the basket on the break.  He is a future star guard at the next level.
  8. The 3 best dunks of the ToC!  GOLD MEDAL– Zion Williamson of Spartanburg Day with 15 of his 21 slams.  SILVER MEDAL– Elliot Gongora of Uplift with the Dr. J sweep Dunk!  BRONZE MEDAL- Markese Jacobs of Uplift with the windmill.
  9. All the record breaking performances of the week.
  10. Sharing Thanksgiving with 240 ToC participants.  Thanks to Christy LaHood at Countryside Banquet Hall in Washington for the beautiful Thanksgiving meal prepared for all the teams!  Thank you!

The Champions of the ToC



2006- Washington Panthers, Illinois and Springdale Har-Ber Wildcats, Arkansas   MVP’s- Matt Roth, Washington and Nate Rakestraw, Har-Ber

2007- Washington Panthers, Illinois   MVP- Matt Roth, Washington

2008- Kinston Vikings, North Carolina   MVP- Reggie Bullock, Kinston

2009- O’Fallon Panthers, Illinois   MVP- Roosevelt Jones, O’Fallon

2010- Peoria Notre Dame Irish, Illinois   MVP- Max Bielfeldt, Peoria Notre Dame

2011- Proviso East Pirates, Illinois   MVP- Keith Carter, Proviso East

2012- Washington Panthers, Illinois   MVP- Alec Peters, Washington

2013- Proviso East Pirates, Illinois   MVP- Jevon Carter, Proviso East

2014- Montgomery Carver Wolverines, Alabama   MVP- Brandon Austin, Montgomery Carver

2015- Washington Panthers, Illinois   MVP- Lou Griffith, Washington

2016- Chicago Uplift Titans, Illinois   Co-MVP’s- KZ Okpala, Anaheim Esperanza and Markese Jacobs, Chicago Uplift

2017- Sam Houston MSTC Tigers, Texas   MVP- Kendric Davis, Sam Houston MSTC

2018- Pleasant Grove Vikings, Utah    MVP- Casey Brown, Pleasant Grove

2019- Tupelo Golden Wave, Mississippi   MVP- Josh Mitchell, Tupelo

2021- St. Louis Vashon Wolverines, Missouri   MVP- Kennard Davis, jr.- St. Louis Vashon

2022- Blytheville Chickasaws, Arkansas   MVP- Rashaud Marshall, Blytheville

2023- Hoover Buccaneers, Alabama   MVP- Salim London, Hoover



2006- Wilkinson County Warriors, Georgia   MVP- Senario Hillman, Wilkinson County

2007- Champaign Central Maroons, Illinois   MVP- Donald Stewart, Champaign Central

2008- Chicago De La Salle Meteors, Illinois   MVP- Derek Needham, De La Salle

2009- Findlay Prep Pilots, Nevada   MVP- Cory Joseph, Findlay Prep

2010- Academy of the New Church Lions, Pennsylvania   MVP- Savon Goodman, Academy of the New Church

2011- Tilton School Rams, New Hampshire   MVP- Nerlens Noel, Tilton School

2013- Sunrise Christian Academy Buffaloes, Kansas    MVP- Lourawls Nairn, Sunrise Christian

2014- Cape Henry Collegiate Dolphins, Virginia    MVP- Marcus Evans, Cape Henry Collegiate

2015- La Lumiere School Lakers, Indiana    MVP- Brian Bowen, La Lumiere School

2016- Redemption Christian Academy Lions, New York    MVP- Chris Duarte, Redemption Christian

2017- Orangeville Prep Bears, Canada   MVP- Ignas Brazdeikis, Orangeville Prep

2018- Belleville West Maroons, Illinois   MVP- EJ Liddell, Belleville West

2019- Woodward Academy War Hawks, Georgia    MVP- Walker Kessler, Woodward Academy

2021- Colorado Prep of St. Mary’s Pirates, Colorado   MVP- Baye Ndongo, Colorado Prep

2022- Winter Haven Blue Devils, Florida   MVP- Isaac Celiscar, Winter Haven

2023- Alexander Cougars, Georgia   MVP- Braedan Lue, Alexander


The Gray Ribbon Showdown

2006- Duncanville Panthers, Texas     MVP- D’Walyn Roberts, Duncanville

2008- Indianapolis T.C. Howe Hornets, Indiana   MVP- Andre Hampton, T.C. Howe

2009- Lake Forest Academy Caxys, Illinois   MVP- Pete Sanders, Soldan International

2010- Roncalli Catholic Jets, Wisconsin    MVP- Donivine Stewart, Bartonville Limestone

2011- Indianapolis Park Tudor Panthers, Indiana   MVP- Yogi Ferrell, Park Tudor

2012- Dickson County Cougars, Tennessee   MVP- JeQuan Lewis, Dickson County

2013- Sacramento Capital Christian Cougars, California   MVP- DJ Wilson, Capital Christian

2014- Campti Lakeview Gators, Louisiana   MVP- Tivonte Hardy, Lakeview

2016- Chicago Urban Prep-Englewood Lions, Illinois    MVP- Fred Cleveland, UP-Englewood

2023- Morton Potters, Illinois   MVP- Gus Rugaard, Morton



The ToC Shootout Series


2006- Beas Hamga, Decatur Christian, Illinois

2007- Greg Foster, Indianapolis T.C. Howe, Indiana

2008- DeMarius Sumrell, Bartonville Limestone, Illinois

2009- BJ Young, Hazelwood Central, Missouri

2010- Branden Dawson, Gary Lew Wallace, Indiana

2011- Ryan Rosburg, Chesterfield Marquette, Missouri

2012- Detrick Mostella, La Lumiere School, Indiana

2013- Riley La Chance, Brookfield Central, Wisconsin

2014- Matt Heldt, Neenah, Wisconsin

2015- George Dixon, Milwaukee Riverside University, Wisconsin

2016- Cooper Neese, Cloverdale, Indiana

2017- George Conditt, Chicago Corliss, Illinois

2018- Markese Jacobs, Chicago Uplift, Illinois

2019- Marcus Watson jr., Chicago Morgan Park, Illinois

2020- Noah Reynolds, Peoria Notre Dame, Illinois

2021- Milan Momcilovic, Pewaukee, Wisconsin

2022- Brock Harding, Moline, Illinois

2023- MJ Stackhouse, Indian Trail Academy, Wisconsin

All-Central Illinois ToC Team

The All-Time ToC team honors the top players from Central Illinois that have made the greatest impact on the Tournament of Champions.

Matt Roth, 6’3″  SG   2006-2007

.: Not only is Matt Roth the ToC’s all-time leader in three-pointers made (34) in a career, he is also the state of Illinois’ all-time leader in three-pointers made as well.  Roth is the 20th All-Time Leading Career Scorer in the ToC with 137 points in six games.  He was named the Most Valuable Player of the Washington Invitational in 2006 and 2007 and led Washington High School to back to back championships in the event.  Roth was also named the Washington Invitational Most Outstanding Player in 2007 when he led the Panthers remarkable comeback victory over Memphis Briarcrest, TN (70-69 in OT), in the most exciting tournament finale in ToC history.  Roth played college basketball for the Indiana Hoosiers.  Roth is a member of the ToC’s DEN OF HONOR.


Jordan ProsserJordan Prosser, 6’8″ PF   2007-2008

.: Jordan was a one-man wrecking crew for the Eureka Hornets in the ToC.  He is the 16th All-Time leading scorer and the 9th All-Time career rebounder, while only playing in six ToC games.  He was named to the Washington Invitational All-Tournament team in 2007 when he averaged 21.3 points and 10 rebounds a game.  He was named the Most Outstanding Player of the 2008 ToC Super Showdown when he recorded 26 points and 15.3 rebounds per outing.  Prosser yanked down 15 rebounds or more in four of the six ToC games he played in.  Prosser played college ball for Bradley University.


Dyricus Simms-Edwards, 6’2″ SG   2007-2008

.: Dyricus was an unstoppable force for two years in the ToC!  His high-energy drives to the bucket were a perfect complement to the outside scoring of his teammates – Matt Roth and Ben Worner.  DSE averaged 17 points and 6.3 assists in 2007 when he helped lead the Panthers to the Washington Invitational crown over Memphis Briarcrest-TN.  He was named to two straight WI All-Tournament teams and averaged 22.3 points and seven assists per game in 2008.  DSE is the 27th All-Time Leading Career Scorer in the ToC with 118 points.  He also ranks as the 4th all-time leader in assists with 40 in six games.  Dyricus finished his collegiate career at Bradley University where he became the school’s all-time leader in steals.


Joe KelchJoe Kelch, 5’9″ PG  2008-2010

.: The gritty Joe Kelch made quite an impact on the ToC as he became the ultimate statistics stuffer in event history.   Kelch is 2nd All-Time in career assists with 58 in three years as the starting PG for the Raiders.   He passed out 24 assists (6.0 per game) in 2009 and 21 assists (7.0 per game) as a sophomore in 2008.  Kelch ranks as the 25th All-Time Career Scorer with 119 points and the 7th all-time leader in career steals with 22.  Kelch played baseball for Illinois State University.


Donald StewartDonald Stewart, 6’5″ SF   2006-2007

.: Donald Stewart was a whirling dervish for the Maroons in the ToC!  Stewart’s hard-nosed defense and alert scoring earned him the Most Valuable Player Award in the 2007 National Classic when he and Verdell Jones lead Central to the championship crown over Ed Davis and Bradford Burgess of the Benedictine Cadets.  Stewart averaged 20.7 points, 8.0 rebounds and 3.3 steals in 2007, after averaging 19 points and four steals per game in the 2006 ToC event.  Stewart was also named to the 2006 Super Showdown All-Tournament team for his outstanding efforts.  Stewart ranks as the 25th All-Time Career Scorer with 119 points and is tied for 7th All-Time in career steals with 22.  Stewart played at Vincennes University (JUCO) before transferring to Northwest Missouri State.  Stewart finished his collegiate career at Lane College.


Max BielfeldtMax Bielfeldt, 6’8″ PF   2008-2010

.: When basketball fans reflect upon the memories of the ToC, the name Max Bielfeldt will most likely be brought into most conversations.  Bielfeldt was a giant in the event as he led his Notre Dame Irish to the Washington Invitational title in 2010 against a plethora of talented foes.  Bielfeldt was named the Most Valuable player of the WI in 2010 and was named the Most Outstanding Player in both 2009 and 2010.  He is 2nd in career blocked shots (38), and is the 4th All-Time career leader in scoring with 217 points.  He is also the 2nd All-Time Leading Rebounder with 115 boards in nine career games.  Bielfeldt finished his collegiate basketball career with the Indiana Hoosiers.  Bielfeldt is a member of the ToC’s DEN OF HONOR.


Verdell JonesVerdell Jones III, 6’5″  PG   2006-2007

.: Verdell Jones wowed the ToC fans for two years, with his no-look passes, ball handling trickery and pull up jumpers.  Jones was named to the 2006 National Classic All-Tournament team after posting 21.3 points and six assists per game in the event. In 2007, Jones teamed with Donald Stewart to win the National Classic over Richmond Benedictine-VA and their All-America performer, NBA Power Forward Ed Davis.  Jones was named to the All-Tournament team when he finished the event with averages of 17.7 points, 8.0 assists and four steals per outing.  Jones is the 29th All-Time Career Scorer (117 points) in ToC history and 3rd all-time in career assists with 42. He finished his collegiate career with the Indiana Hoosiers and had a tremendous professional career overseas and in the NBA G-League.


Ben RyanBen Ryan, 6’5″ SF   2009-2011

.: Ryan was one of the most versatile players in the history of the ToC.  He could run the point, slash from the wing or dominate inside the lane.  He scored 136 points in his ToC career which ranks him as one of the top scorers in ToC history.  Ryan grabbed 81 rebounds which ranks him as the 6th All-Time career rebounder in the ToC.  Ryan was named to two Washington Invitational All-Tournament teams. Ryan finished his basketball career at Augustana College where he was named an Academic All-American.  Ryan is a member of the ToC’s DEN OF HONOR.


Willie WileyWillie Wiley, 6’7″ PF   2009-2011

.: Willie Wiley became the ToC’s All-Time leading rebounder in 2011 when he grabbed his 136th career rebound in the Washington Invitational.  Wiley grabbed 46 rebounds in 2009, 44 rebounds in 2010 and 46 rebounds in 2011 enroute to becoming the event’s all-time leading rebounder.  Wiley also finished his ToC career as the 8th All-Time career scorer with 175 points.  Wiley blocked 29 shots in his career which ranks as the 4th top shot blocker in ToC history.  Wiley was named to two Washington Invitational All-Tournament teams in his ToC career.  Wiley played college hoops for the Evansville Purple Aces in the Missouri Valley Conference.



.: Alec Peters played his first ever ToC game as a skinny, frail freshman.  He finished his ToC career as an absolute man!  Peters finished his outstanding ToC career as the All-Time leading scorer with an incredible 266 points!  In his final tournament, Peters led his Panthers to their third Washington Invitational title with averages of 31.3 points and 12.3 rebounds per outing, Peters was named the 2012 Washington Invitational Most Valuable Player and Most Outstanding Player!  He was also named to the All-Tournament team his junior season when he averaged 20.8 points and 8.8 rebounds per game.  Peters is also the event’s 3rd All-Time leading rebounder (96) and 18th All-Time leading assist-man with 26 dimes. Peters completed his collegiate career as Valparaiso’s All-Time leading scorer, rebounder and free throw shooter.  Peters was a member of the Phoenix Suns and scored 36 points in a game against the Dallas Mavericks.  Peters is currently playing for Anadolu Efes in Turkey.  Peters is a member of the ToC’s DEN OF HONOR.


Peyton Allen, 6’5″ SG  2013


.: Allen put on quite a show in the 2013 Washington Invitational, as he scored 112 points in four games and grabbed 31 rebounds.  Allen poured in 36 points against Washington and 34 points against Baton Rouge Parkview Baptist- LA.  Allen’s best game was against Proviso East when he scored 24 points and grabbed 13 rebounds.  Allen knocked down jumpers from the wing and made tough buckets off the drive against quicker and bigger defenders.  Allen ranks as the 35th all-time career scorer in the ToC despite only playing in one tournament.  Allen played for Texas A&M in 2014-15 and finished his career at the University of Illinois-Springfield.


Donivine StewartDonivine Stewart, 6’0″ PG  2008-2010

.: Stewart played in three Tournament of Champions and amassed 114 points in five games.  In 2011, Stewart averaged 22.7 points and 3.7 assists per game as he led the Rockets to a 2nd place finish in the ToC Super Showdown.  He was named the Super Showdown MVP for the event.  Stewart poured in 30 points in a 2010 Shootout game (his junior season) against Hazelwood Central- MO and scored 16 points and dished out 7 assists against Rockwood Summit his sophomore year in the ToC Shootout Series.  Stewart is tied as the 34th all-time career scorer in the ToC. Stewart finished his collegiate career at Portland State University after three years with SIU-Edwardsville.


Lou GriffithLou Griffith, 5’8″  PG   2012-2015

.: Sweet Lou was a part of two ToC championship teams!  As a freshman he was a member of the 2012 Washington Invitational Championship team, but as a senior he was not only a part of a championship team, he was the event’s Most Valuable and Most Outstanding Player!  Griffith averaged 20.5 points, 6.8 rebounds and four assists in the 2015 Washington Invitational. He poured in 29 points in the championship game as he helped lead the Panthers over the Huntsville Lee Generals- AL, 61-59.   Griffith was also named to the 2014 WI All-Tournament team.  Sweet Lou finished his ToC career as the event’s 5th all-time career scorer (196 points) and 6th all-time career leader in assists. Griffith is currently playing at St. Thomas Aquinas College (DII) in New York.


Dylan SparkmanDylan Sparkman, 6’10”  C   2008-2010

.: Dylan Sparkman is a Peoria area big man who continued to improve his game well beyond his high school hoops career.  Sparkman was a 2009 Washington Invitational All-Tournament selection when he averaged 16 points and 8.5 boards for the Raiders.   Sparkman finished his ToC career as the 24th all-time career scorer (127 points), and 12th all-time career rebounder with 71 boards.   Sparkman had a tremendous hoops career at University of Illinois-Springfield, and played professionally for Baloncesto Naron in Spain.

Devin WhitelowDevin Whitelow, 5’9” PG   2013-2016

.: Devin Whitelow finished his ToC career as the most watched player in the event’s history. Whitelow played in 16 ToC games during his four-year stint as the Panthers’ starting point guard.   During his four years, Whitelow became the All-Time career leader in both assists (60) and steals (32). He also finished as the 6th All-Time career scorer with 191 points.   Whitelow is the only player to be named to three Washington Invitational All-Tournament teams!   In 2015, Whitelow averaged 16 points and three assists, leading his Panthers to the Washington Invitational championship crown! Whitelow is a senior PG at Winona State University.

Ethan HappEthan Happ, 6’9” PF  2013

.: Ethan Happ only played in one ToC shootout game, but his efforts in that game are worthy of recognition. Happ scored 30 points and grabbed 15 boards for the Rockets as they defeated Michigan City Marquette- IN, 63-48. Happ was named Player of the Game and was named the Most Outstanding Player of the 2013 Shootout Series. Happ was a college All-American for the Wisconsin Badgers. He is currently playing professionally for Olympiacos in Greece.

Taylor BruningaTaylor Bruninga, 6’8” PF  2016

.: Taylor Bruninga was a force to reckon with in 2016! Despite his team’s loss to Cloverdale, Indiana- Bruninga was unstoppable as he scored 37 points and snared 17 rebounds. Bruninga was named Co-Player of the Game and was named the Most Outstanding Player in the 2016 Shootout Series.  Bruninga finished his basketball career at Illinois State University.


Christopher CrossChristopher Cross, 6’2″ SG 2017-2019

.:Christopher Cross was an instrumental player for Urbana in the three years he played varsity ball for the Tigers.  Cross was named to the Washington Invitational All-Tournament team in 2018, when he averaged 16 points per game and grabbed five boards per outing.  Cross scored 145 career points in the ToC, which ranks him in 15th place in career scoring in the event.  He also grabbed 47 career rebounds and dished out 25 career assists in his three years in the ToC.  Cross is a sophomore guard at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale.


Devon Vanderheydt

Devon Vanderheydt, 6’7″ SF  2017-2020
Devon Vanderheydt was a participant in the Kevin Brown Memorial Tournament of Champions since his freshman season.  However, due to the cancellation of the 2020 event (due to the CoVid Pandemic) Devon was unable to finalize his ToC career in its normal tournament format.  The event was able to schedule two ToC shootout games for his senior season and he was named to the All-Shootout team after averaging 17 points, eight rebounds and 3.5 assists against Peoria Notre Dame and Metamora.  Vanderheydt scored 148 career ToC points which ranks him as the 14th All-Time leading scorer in the ToC.   Vanderheydt also pulled down 74 rebounds in his ToC career which ranks him as the 11th top rebounder in ToC history.  As a junior, Vanderheydt was named to the 2019 Washington Invitational All-Tournament Team when he averaged 16.3 points and six boards per outing.  Vanderheydt will continue his basketball career at Lewis University.




Anthony DavisAnthony Davis, 6’10” PF
NBA DRAFT- 1st Pick, New Orleans Pelicans, 2012
Current NBA Team- Los Angeles Lakers
University of Kentucky
Chicago Perspectives, IL – 2010
Zion WilliamsonZion Williamson, 6’7″ PF
NBA DRAFT- 1st Pick, New Orleans Pelicans, 2019
Current NBA Team- New Orleans Pelicans
Duke University
Spartanburg Day School, SC- 2016
Andrew WigginsAndrew Wiggins, 6’8” SG
NBA DRAFT- 1st Pick, Cleveland Cavaliers- 2014
Current NBA Team- Golden State Warriors NBA ALL-STAR
Kansas University
Huntington Prep , WV- 2011
DeAndre JordanDe Andre Jordan, 7’0″ C
NBA DRAFT- 35th Pick, Los Angeles Clippers, 2008
Current NBA Team- Denver Nuggets
Texas A&M University
Humble Christian Life Academy, TX- 2006
Chandler Parsons, 6’9″ SF
NBA DRAFT- 38th Pick, Houston Rockets, 2011
Last NBA Team- Atlanta Hawks
University of Florida
Winter Park Lake Howell, FL- 2006
Jerryd BaylessJerryd Bayless, 6’3″ SG
NBA DRAFT- 11th Pick, Indiana Pacers, 2008
Last NBA Team- Minnesota Timberwolves
University of Arizona
Phoenix St. Mary’s, AZ- 2006
DeAndre LigginsDeAndre Liggins, 6’6″ SG
NBA DRAFT- 53rd Pick, Orlando Magic, 2011
Last NBA Team- New Orleans Pelicans
University of Kentucky
Chicago George Washington, IL- 2006
Toure' MurryToure’ Murry, 6’5″ PG
NBA DRAFT- Undrafted/ Free Agent
Last NBA Team- Washington Wizards
Wichita State University
Houston Klein Forest, TX- 2006
Donte GreeneDonte’ Greene, 6’10” PF
NBA DRAFT- 28th Pick, Memphis Grizzlies, 2008
Last NBA Team- Sacramento Kings
Syracuse University
Towson Catholic, MD- 2006

Nick Calathes, 6’6″ PG
NBA DRAFT- 45th Pick, Minnesota Timberwolves, 2009
Last NBA Team- Memphis Grizzlies
University of Florida
Winter Park Lake Howell, FL- 2006

Malcolm Delaney, 6’3″ SG
NBA DRAFT- Undrafted/Free Agent
Last NBA Team- Atlanta Hawks
Virginia Tech
Towson Catholic, MD- 2006


John Henson, 6’11” C
NBA DRAFT- 14th Pick, Milwaukee Bucks, 2012
Last NBA Team- New York Knicks

University of North Carolina
Tampa Sickles, FL- 2008

Reggie BullockReggie Bullock, 6’7″ SG
NBA DRAFT- 25th Pick, Los Angeles Clippers, 2013
Current NBA Team- Houston Rockets
University of North Carolina
Kinston, NC- 2008
Ed DavisEd Davis, 6’10” PF
NBA DRAFT- 13th Pick, Toronto Raptors, 2012
Last NBA Team- Cleveland Cavaliers
University of North Carolina
Richmond Benedictine, VA- 2007
Quincy MillerQuincy Miller, 6’9″ SF
NBA DRAFT- 38th Pick, Denver Nuggets, 2012
Last NBA Team- Detroit Pistons
Baylor University
Quality Education Academy, NC- 2009
Tristan ThompsonTristan Thompson, 6’10″ PF
NBA DRAFT- 4th Pick, Cleveland Cavaliers, 2011
Current NBA Team- Cleveland Cavaliers
University of Texas
Findlay Prep, NV – 2009
Cory JosephCory Joseph, 6’3″ SG
NBA DRAFT- 29th Pick, San Antonio Spurs, 2011
Current NBA Team- Indiana Pacers
University of Texas
Findlay Prep, NV – 2009
Dwight PowellDwight Powell, 6’11” PF
NBA DRAFT- 45th Pick, Charlotte Hornets- 2014
Current NBA Team- Dallas Mavericks
Stanford University
IMG Academy, FL- 2009
Nick JohnsonNick Johnson, 6’3 SG
NBA DRAFT- 42nd Pick, Houston Rockets- 2014
Last NBA Team- Houston Rockets
University of Arizona
Findlay Prep, NV – 2010
Anthony BennettAnthony Bennett, 6’8 PF
NBA DRAFT- 1st Pick, Cleveland Cavaliers, 2013
Last NBA Team- Brooklyn Nets
University of Nevada-Las Vegas
Findlay Prep, NV – 2010
Nerlens NoelNerlens Noel, 6’11″ C
NBA DRAFT- 6th Pick, New Orleans Pelicans, 2013
Last NBA Team- Sacramento Kings
University of Kentucky
Tilton School , NH – 2011
Jabari BrownJabari Brown, 6’4″ SG
NBA DRAFT- Undrafted/Free Agent
Last NBA Team- Los Angeles Lakers
University of Missouri
Findlay Prep, NV – 2009
Myles TurnerMyles Turner, 6’11”  C
NBA DRAFT- 11th Pick, Indiana Pacers, 2015
Current NBA Team- Indiana Pacers
University of Texas
Euless Trinity, TX- 2013
Rakeem ChristmasRakeem Christmas, 6’9″ PF
NBA DRAFT- 36th Pick, Minnesota Timberwolves, 2015
Last NBA Team- Indiana Pacers
Syracuse University
Academy of the N ew Church, PA- 2010

Darington Hobson, 6’7″ SF
NBA DRAFT- 37th Pick, Milwaukee Bucks, 2010
Last NBA Team- Milwaukee Bucks
University of New Mexico
Decatur Christian, IL- 2006

Sir’Dominic Pointer, 6’6” SF
NBA DRAFT- 53rd Pick, Cleveland Cavaliers, 2015
Last NBA Team- Cleveland Cavaliers
St. John’s University
Quality Education Academy, NC- 2009

Naz Mitrou-Long, 6’4” SG
NBA DRAFT- Undrafted/Free Agent
Last NBA Team- Indiana Pacers
Iowa State University
Findlay Prep, NV- 2010

Buddy HieldBuddy Hield, 6’4″ SG
NBA DRAFT- 6th Pick, New Orleans Pelicans, 2016
Current NBA Team- Philadelphia 76’ers
Oklahoma University
Sunrise Christian Academy, KS- 2011
Malcolm BrogdonMalcolm Brogdon, 6’5″ CG
NBA DRAFT- 36th Pick, Milwaukee Bucks, 2016
Current NBA Team- Portland Trailblazers
University of Virginia
Fayette County, GA- 2008
Branden DawsonBranden Dawson, 6’6″ SF
NBA DRAFT- 56th Pick, New Orleans Pelicans, 2015
Last NBA Team- Los Angeles Clippers Michigan State University
Gary Lew Wallace, IN- 2010
Georges Niang, 6’8″ PF
NBA DRAFT- 50th Pick, Indiana Pacers, 2016
Current NBA Team- Cleveland Cavaliers
Iowa State University
Tilton School , NH – 2011
Yogi FerrellYogi Ferrell, 6’0″ PG
NBA DRAFT- Undrafted/Free Agent
Last NBA Team- Los Angeles Clippers
Indiana University
Indianapolis Park Tudor, IN – 2011
Wayne SeldenWayne Selden, 6’5″ SG
NBA Draft- Undrafted/Free Agent
Last NBA Team- New York Knicks
Kansas University
Tilton School, NH- 2011
DJ WilsonD.J. Wilson, 6’10” PF
NBA DRAFT- 17th Pick, Milwaukee Bucks, 2017
Current NBA Team- Philadelphia 76’ers
University of Michigan
Sacramento Capital Christian, CA- 2013
Sterling BrownSterling Brown, 6’6” SF
NBA DRAFT- 46th Pick, Philadelphia 76’ers, 2017
Current NBA Team- Los Angeles Lakers
Southern Methodist University
Proviso East, IL- 2011
Nigel Williams-GossNigel Williams-Goss, 6’3” PG
NBA DRAFT- 55th Pick, Utah Jazz, 2017
Last NBA Team- Utah Jazz
Gonzaga University
Findlay Prep, NV- 2010
Alec PetersAlec Peters, 6’9” CF
NBA DRAFT- 54th Pick, Phoenix Suns, 2017
Last NBA Team- Phoenix Suns
Valparaiso University
Washington, IL- 2012
Mangok MathiangMangok Mathiang, 6’10” C
NBA DRAFT: Undrafted/Free Agent
Last NBA Team: Charlotte Hornets
University of Louisville
Brehm Prep, IL- 2010
Patrick Mc CawPatrick McCaw, 6’6″ SG
NBA DRAFT- 38th Pick, Milwaukee Bucks, 2016
Last NBA Team- Toronto Raptors
University of Nevada-Las Vegas
St. Louis CBC, MO- 2012
Xavier Rathan-MayesXavier Rathan-Mayes, 6’4″ PG
NBA DRAFT- Undrafted/Free Agent
Last NBA Team- Memphis Grizzlies
Florida State University
Huntington Prep, WV- 2011
Mo BambaMo Bamba, 7’0″ C
NBA DRAFT- 6th Pick, Orlando Magic, 2018
Current NBA Team- Philadelphia 76’ers
University of Texas
Westtown School, PA- 2014
Jevon CarterJevon Carter, 6’1″ PG
NBA DRAFT- 32nd Pick, Memphis Grizzlies, 2018
Current NBA Team- Chicago Bulls
West Virginia University
Proviso East, IL- 2013
Trevon Bluiett, 6’6″ SG
NBA DRAFT- Undrafted/Free Agent
Last NBA Team- Utah Jazz
Xavier University
Indianapolis Park Tudor, IN- 2011
Tyler HerroTyler Herro, 6’6″ SG
NBA DRAFT- 13th Pick, Miami Heat, 2019
Current NBA Team- Miami Heat
University of Kentucky
Whitnall, WI- 2017
Nickeil Alexander-WalkerNickeil Alexander-Walker, 6’5″ PG
NBA DRAFT- 17th Pick, Brooklyn Nets, 2019
Current NBA Team- Minnesota Timberwolves
Virginia Tech
St. Louis Christian Academy, MO- 2014
Nicolas ClaxtonNicolas Claxton, 6’11” PF
NBA DRAFT- 31st Pick, Brooklyn Nets, 2019
Current NBA Team- Brooklyn Nets
University of Georgia
Legacy Charter School, SC- 2016
KZ OkpalaKZ Okpala, 6’9″ SF
NBA DRAFT- 32nd Pick, Phoenix Suns, 2019
Last NBA Team- Sacramento Kings
Stanford University
Anaheim Esperanza, CA- 2016
Ignas BrazdeikisIgnas Brazdeikis, 6’7″ SF
NBA DRAFT- 47th Pick, Sacramento Kings, 2019
Last NBA Team- Orlando Magic
University of Michigan
Orangeville Prep, CANADA- 2017
Luguentz DortLuguentz Dort, 6’4″ SG
NBA DRAFT- Undrafted/Free Agent
Current NBA Team- Oklahoma City Thunder
Arizona State University
Arlington Country Day School, FL- 2015
Brian BowenBrian Bowen, 6’7″ SF
NBA DRAFT- Undrafted/Free Agent
Last NBA Team- Indiana Pacers
La Lumiere School, IN- 2015
Vic LawVic Law, 6’7″ SF
NBA Draft- Undrafted/Free Agent
Last NBA Team- Orlando Magic
Northwestern University
Chicago St. Rita, IL- 2012
Udoka AzubuikeUdoka Azubuike, 6’11” C
NBA DRAFT- 27th Pick, Utah Jazz, 2020
Current NBA Team- Phoenix Suns
Kansas University
Potter’s House Christian Academy, FL- 2014

Chris Duarte, 6’6″ SG
NBA DRAFT- 13th Pick, Indiana Pacers, 2021
Current NBA Team- Sacramento Kings
University of Oregon
Redemption Christian Academy, NY- 2016

Quentin Grimes, 6’5″ PG
NBA DRAFT- 25th Pick, Los Angeles Clippers, 2021
Current NBA Team- Detroit Pistons
University of Houston
College Park, TX- 2017

Malcolm Hill, 6’6″ SG
NBA DRAFT- Undrafted/Free Agent
Current NBA Team- New Orleans Pelicans
University of Illinois
Belleville East, IL- 2011
Xavier Sneed, 6’5″ SG
NBA DRAFT- Undrafted/Free Agent
Last NBA Team- Charlotte Hornets
Kansas State University
Hazelwood Central, MO- 2015
Craig Sword, 6’3″ SG
NBA DRAFT- Undrafted/Free Agent
Last NBA Team- Washington Wizards
Mississippi State University
Montgomery Carver, AL- 2011
Walker Kessler, 7’1″ C
NBA DRAFT- 22nd Pick, Minnesota Timberwolves, 2022
Current NBA Team- Utah Jazz
Auburn University
Woodward Academy, GA- 2019
Jaylin Williams, 6’10” PF
NBA DRAFT- 34th Pick, Oklahoma City Thunder
Current NBA Team- Oklahoma City Thunder
University of Arkansas
Fort Smith Northside, AR- 2019
EJ Liddell, 6’7″ SF
NBA DRAFT- 41st Pick, New Orleans Pelicans, 2022
Current NBA Team- New Orleans Pelicans
Ohio State University
Belleville West, IL- 2017 & 2018
JD Davison, 6’2″ CG
NBA DRAFT- 53rd Pick, Boston Celtics, 2022
Current NBA Team- Boston Celtics
University of Alabama
The Calhoun School, AL- 2019

Kobe Brown, 6’8″ SF
NBA DRAFT- 30th Pick, Los Angeles Clippers, 2023
Current NBA Team- Los Angeles Clippers 
University of Missouri
Huntsville Lee, AL- 2015


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Professional Basketball “Around the World”


JeQuan Lewis, 6’1″ PG
Euro League- Bourg (France)
Virginia Commonwealth University
Dickson County, TN- 2012
Keanu Pinder, 6’9″ PF
Euro League- Fuenlabrada (Spain)
University of Arizona
Sunrise Christian Academy, KS- 2013
George Conditt, 6’10” C
NBA G-League- Rip City Remix
Iowa State University
Chicago Corliss, IL- 2017
Ethan Happ, 6’10” PF
Euro League- Gran Canaria (Spain)
University of Wisconsin
Rockridge, IL- 2013
Austin Wiley, 6’11” C
Euro League- Tofas (Turkey)
Auburn University
Spain Park, AL- 2015
Chris Clarke, 6’6″ SF
NBA G-League- Delaware Blue Coats
Texas Tech University
Cape Henry Collegiate, VA- 2014
Scott Suggs, 6’6″ SG
Euro League- Tours (France)
University of Washington
Washington, MO- 2007
Patrick Richard- 6’4″ SG
Euro League- Cluj Napoca (Romania)
Mc Neese State University
Lafayette Carencro, LA- 2007
Xavier Gibson, 6’11” C
African League- Interclube de Luanda (Angola)
Florida State University
Dothan Northview, AL- 2007
Keaton Nankivil, 6’9″ PF
Euro League- Betaland CDO (Italy)
University of Wisconsin
Madison Memorial, WI- 2006
Cameron Wells, 6’1″ PG
Euro League- Trefl (Poland)
The Citadel
Houston Bellaire, TX- 2006
Lucca Staiger, 6’5″ SG
Euro League- Brose BSK (Germany)
Iowa State University Decatur
Christian, IL- 2006
Joey Rodriguez, 5’10” PG
Euro League- Darussafaka (Turkey)
Virginia Commonwealth University
Winter Park Lake Howell, FL- 2006
Jai Lucas, 5’10” PG
NBA G-League- Canton Charge (USA)
University of Texas
Houston Bellaire, TX- 2006
D’Walyn Roberts, 6’7″ SF
Euro League- Wulfen (Germany)
Texas Tech University
Duncanville, TX- 2006
Mike Capocci, 6’7″ SF
Euro League- Durham Wildcats (England)
Northwestern University
Glenbard East, IL- 2006
Melvin Goins, 5’11” PG
NBL-Halifax Rainmen (Canada)
University of Tennessee
Humble Christian Life, TX- 2006
Mac Koshwal, 6’10” PF
NBA G-League- Bakersfield Jam
De Paul University
Chicago Boys to Men Academy, IL- 2006
Senario Hillman, 6’1″ PG
Euro League- Team Germany
University of Alabama
Wilkinson County, GA- 2006
Martavius Adams, 6’9” C
Latin America League- Manizales (Colombia)
Arkansas State University
Wilkinson County, GA- 2006
Jarryd Cole, 6’7″ PF
Euro League- Vichy Clermont (France)
University of Iowa
KC Winnetonka, MO- 2006
Alvin Abreu, 6’2″ PG
South America League- Titanes Licey (Dominican Republic)
University of New Hampshire
Chicago Boys to Men Academy, IL- 2006
Olu Ashaolu, 6’7″ PF
Latin League- Olimpia (Uruguay)
University of Oregon
Humble Christian Life, TX- 2006
Verdell Jones III, 6’5″ PG
Euro League- Entente Orleans (France)
Indiana University
Champaign Central, IL- 2006-2007
Bradford Burgess, 6’6″ SF
Euro League- Liege (Belgium)
Virginia Commonwealth University
Richmond Benedictine, VA- 2007
Chris Hines, 6’0″ PG
NBA G-League- Iowa Energy (USA)
Drake University
Houston Klein Forest, TX- 2006
Stu Douglass, 6’3″ SG
Israeli League- Elitzur Kiryat Ata (Israel)
University of Michigan
Carmel, IN- 2006
Michael Thompson, 5’10” PG
Afro League- Al Ahly (Egypt)
Northwestern University
Chicago Lincoln Park, IL- 2006
Jeremiah Kelly- 6’0″ PG
Euro League- Cuxhaven (Germany)
De Paul University
Chicago Boys to Men Academy, IL- 2006
Marko Petrovic- 6’4″ SG
Euro League- Bosco (Croatia)
University of San Francisco
Findlay College Prep, NV- 2009
Edgaras Kvedaravicius, 6’3″ SG
Euro League- Horsens IC (Denmark)
Trent InternationalE- 2011
Dino Jakolis- 6’7″ SF
Euro League- Karlsruhe PS (Germany)
La Lumiere School, IN- 2010
Beas Hamga- 7’0″ C
Euro League- Team Brussels
University of Alabama-Birmingham
Decatur Christian, IL- 2006
Mario Stula- 6’7″ SF
Euro League- Zadar (Croatia)
De Paul University
Decatur Christian, IL- 2006
Greg Foster- 6’2″ SG
Latin League- Carribean Storm (Colombia)
Saginaw Valley State University
Indianapolis Howe, IN- 2007
Larry Bastfield- 5’11” PG
Panama City Breeze (USA- IBL)
Morgan State University
Towson Catholic, MD- 2006
Anthony Thompson- 6’10” PF
Euro League- Trepca (Kosovo)
Bradley University
Houston Klein Forest, TX- 2006
Nolan Dennis- 6’6″ SG
South America League- Manizales (Colombia)
Baylor University
Richland, TX- 2008
Jonathan Montgomery- 6’5″ SF
Australia League- Perth Redbacks
Chicago State University
Chicago Lincoln Park, IL- 2006
Nate Rakestraw- 6’4″ SG
Euro League- Team Manchester (England)
University of Arkansas/ Biola College
Springdale Har-Ber, AR- 2006
Derek Needham, 6’0” PG
Euro League- Beskitas (Turkey)
Fairfield University
Chicago De La Salle, IL- 2008
Darien Brothers, 6’3” SG
Euro League- Sodertalje (Sweden)
Richmond University
Richmond Benedictine, VA- 2007
Josh Crittle, 6’9” PF
Euro League- Apoel (Cyprus)
University of Illinois-Chicago
Chicago Hales Franciscan, IL- 2007
Andrew Fitzgerald, 6’8” PF
Japan League- Tachikawa Dice
Oklahoma University
Towson Catholic, MD- 2006
Dyricus Simms-Edwards, 6’3” SG
Mexican League- Jefes (Mexico)
Bradley University
Washington, IL- 2008
Josh Edmonds, 6’5” SF
IBA/PBL- Bloomington Flex (USA)
Quincy University
Peoria Notre Dame, IL- 2006
D.J. Cooper, 5’11” PG
Euro League- Ironi Hai Motors Ness-Zioni (Israel)
Ohio University
Chicago Hales Franciscan, IL- 2007
Junior Cadougan, 6’1″ PG
Canada League- Newfoundland
Marquette University
Humble Christian Life, TX- 2006
Roger Franklin, 6’5″ SF
Euro League- Black Star (Luxembourg)
University of North Texas
Duncanville, TX- 2006
Winston Shepard, 6’9″ SF
Asia League (CBL)- Macau (China)
San Diego State University
Findlay Prep, NV- 2010
Addison Flynn, 6’2″ PG
Australian League- Lithgow Lazers
Tusculum University
Fayette County, GA- 2008
Gabe Rogers, 6’3″ SG
Mexican League- Capitanes (Mexico)
Northern Arizona University
Houston Klein Forest, TX- 2006
Jeremy Montgomery, 6’3″ SG
Euro League- Gornik Walbrzych (Poland)
Cleveland State University
Chicago Lincoln Park, IL- 2006
Angus Brandt, 6’10” PF
Asian League- Kagawa Five Arrows (Japan)
Oregon State University
Lake Forest Academy, IL- 2008
Patrick Miller, 6’1” PG
Euro League- Bamberg (Germany)
Tennessee State University
Chicago Hales Franciscan, IL- 2008
Cameron Clark, 6’7” SF
Latin League- Fajardo (Puerto Rico)
Oklahoma University
Sherman, TX- 2009
Juvonte Reddic, 6’9” PF
Euro League- Elitzur Kiryat Ata (Israel)
Virginia Commonwealth University
Quality Education, NC- 2009
Ty Nurse, 6’1” PG
Canadian League- Halifax Hurricanes (Canada)
Texas Tech University
Decatur Christian, IL- 2006
Leslie Mc Donald, 6’4” SG
NBA G-League- Erie BayHawks (USA)
University of North Carolina
Memphis Briarcrest, TN- 2007
Jeronne Maymon, 6’7” PF
Euro League- Hapoel Tel Aviv (Israel)
University of Tennessee
Madison Memorial, WI- 2006
Brandon Spearman, 6’3” SG
Middle East League- Al Wakrah (Qatar)
University of Hawai’i
Chicago Hales Franciscan, IL- 2007
Antonio Ivis, 6’9” PF
Euro League- Stoja Pula (Croatia)
La Lumiere School, IN- 2010
Jacob Mampuya, 6’7” SF
Euro League- Schwennigen (Germany)
St. Louis Christian, MO- 2013
Kevin Butler, 6’6” SF
Euro League- Dresden (Germany)
University of Texas-Arlington
Duncanville, TX- 2006
Myck Kabongo, 6’2” PG
Afro League- Cape Town (South Africa)
University of Texas
Findlay Prep, NV- 2010
James Siakam, 6’7″ PF
Canadian League- Orangeville A’s
Vanderbilt University
Brehm Prep, IL- 2009
Kenneth Rhymes, 6’4″ SG
Euro League- Zestaponi (Republic of Georgia)
Pikeville University
Chicago Hales Franciscan, IL- 2008
Noel Johnson, 6’6″ SG
Euro League- KB Bashkimi Prizren (Russia)
Auburn University
Fayette County, GA- 2008
Mike Liabo, 6’6″ SG
South America League- Calero (Bolivia)
University of Tennessee-Martin
Brehm Prep, IL- 2009
Ben Stelzer, 6’1” PG
Euro League- Coruna (Spain)
Michigan Tech
Manitowoc Roncalli, WI- 2010
David Rivers, 6’7” SF
Euro League- Rostock (Germany)
University of Nebraska
Little Rock Hall, AR- 2009
Dylan Sparkman, 6’10” C
Euro League- Baloncesto Naron (Spain)
University of Illinois-Springfield
East Peoria, IL- 2010
Aaron Abram, 6’5” SF
Asian League- Al-Taraf (Saudi Arabia)
Oklahoma Baptist University
Gary Lew Wallace, IN- 2010
Kevin Kaspar, 6’0” PG
Turkish League- TED Ankara (Turkey)
Western Kentucky University
Findlay Prep, NV- 2010
Michal Banczer, 6’6” SG
Euro League- Dagenham Dragons (England)
St. Norbert College
Lake Forest Academy, IL- 2009
Jordan Davis, 5’10” PG
Euro League- Sheffield Sharks (Great Britain)
Tampa University
Tampa Sickles, FL- 2008
Calvin Godfrey, 6’8″ PF
Euro League- Manisa (Turkey)
Memphis University
Milwaukee Custer, WI- 2007
Denmark Mc Donald, 6’6″ SF
Euro League- Usti n Labem (Czech Republic)
Trinity Western University (Canada)
Brehm Prep, IL- 2009
Janari Joesaar, 6’6″ SG
Euro League- Anwi (Poland)
Texas-Rio Grande Valley
Sunrise Christian Academy, KS- 2011
Aaron Bowen, 6’6″ SG
Euro League- Esgueira (Poland)
Georgetown University
Quality Education Academy, NC- 2009
Negus Webster-Chan, 6’6″ SG
Canadian League- Montreal Alliance
University of Hawaii
Huntington Prep, WV- 2011
Rashawn Rembert, 6’3” SG
Euro League- Sheffield Sharks (England)
East Tennessee State University
Tampa Sickles, FL- 2008
Jamie Adams, 5’10” PG
New Zealand League- Canterbury Rams
Florida A&M University
Chicago Hales Franciscan, IL- 2008
Will Clark, 6’10” C
ABA- Laredo Swarm (USA)
Texas Southern University
Rockwood Summit, MO- 2008
Martavian Payne, 6’3″ SG
Latin League- CAN Oruru (Bolivia)
Lindenwood University
St. Louis Imagine Prep, MO- 2011
Marcus Gilbert, 6’6” SG
Latin League- Heroes (Venezuela)
Fairfield University
Academy of the New Church, PA- 2010
Adam Smith, 6’1” PG
Euro League- Bilbao (Spain)
Georgia Tech
Fayette County, GA- 2008
Rakeem Dickerson, 6’0” PG
Euro League – Essaouira (Morocco)
Central Missouri University
Brehm Prep, IL- 2010
Myles Taylor, 6’7″ PF
Canadian League- Halifax Hurricanes
University of Tennessee-Martin
Little Rock Hall, AR- 2009
Stefan Jankovic, 6’11” PF
Canadian League- Vancouver Bandits
University of Hawai’i
Huntington Prep, WV- 2011
Roosevelt Jones, 6’4″ SG
NBA G-League- Canton Charge
Butler University
O’Fallon, IL- 2010
Goodluck Okonoboh, 6’10” PF
Asia League- E.N. Paralinma (Cyprus)
University of Nevada-Las Vegas
Tilton School, NH- 2011
Aly Ahmed, 6’10” C
African League- Al Ettehad (Egypt)
University of California-Bakersfield
Trent InternationalE, TX- 2011
P.J. Boutte, 5’8″ PG
Mexican League- Bardos Jerez
The Citadel
Indianapolis Howe, IN- 2008
Paul Jesperson, 6’6″ SG
South America League- Gimnasio (Argentina)
University of Northern Iowa
Merrill, WI- 2010
Lucas Vezaro, 6’4″ SG
South America League- Joinville (Brazil)
La Lumiere School, IN- 2013
Olalekan Ajayi, 6’11” C
African League- US Monastir (Tunisia)
Cal State-Northridge
Quality Education Academy, NC- 2009
Trae Anderson, 6’5″ SG
Canadian League- Windsor Express
Eastern Illinois University
Hazelwood Central, MO- 2009
De Juan Marrero, 6’5″ SF
P.R. League- Ponce (Puerto Rico)
Morehead State University
Gary Bowman Academy, IN- 2009
Evan Mc Gaughey, 6’9″ PF
Latin League- Valdivia (Chile)
Quincy University
Illini West, IL- 2011
JaVontae’ Hawkins, 6’5″ SG
Euro League- Ludwigsburg (Germany)
Fordham University
Huntington Prep, WV- 2011
Miles Bowman, 6’5″ SF
Euro League- Miercurea Ciuc (Romania)
High Point University
Quality Education, NC- 2009
Paris Lee, 5’11” PG
Euro League- ASVEL (France)
Illinois State University
Proviso East, IL- 2011
Bruce Barron, 6’4″ SG
NABL- Dallas Hoyas (USA)
University of Oregon
Brehm Prep, IL- 2010
Landen Lucas, 6’10” PF
Euro League- Apoel Nicosia (Cyprus)
Kansas University
Findlay Prep, NV- 2010
Kalin Fisher, 6’2″ CG
Euro League- Agriniou (Greece)
Hampton University
Proviso East, IL- 2014
Torren Jones, 6’9″ PF
Latin League- Soles (Dominican Republic)
William Penn University
Chandler Basha, AZ- 2010
Jordan Martin, 6’8″ PF
Euro League- Sampaense Basket (Portugal)
Missouri State University
Hazelwood Central, MO- 2009
Charles Matthews, 6’6″ SG
NBA G-League: Windy City Bulls
University of Michigan
Chicago St. Rita, IL- 2012
Dylan Ennis, 6’2″ PG
Euro League- Murcia (Spain)
University of Oregon
Lake Forest Academy, IL- 2009
Xavier Newson, 6’4″ SG
Euro League- Cordoba (Spain)
Goshen College
Peoria Richwoods, IL- 2012
Ryan King, 6’7″ SF
Latin America League- Santiagueno BC (El Salvador)
Northwestern State University
Quality Education Academy, NC- 2009
Janarius Middleton, 6’8″ PF
Asian League- Samaheej (Bahrain)
Jackson State University
Greenwood Amanda Elzy, MS- 2012
Elijah Macon, 6’9″ PF
South America League- Club Deportes de Talca (Chile)
West Virginia University
Huntington Prep, WV- 2011
Shea Feehan, 6’1″ PG
Euro League- KB Prishtina (Kosovo)
Evansville University
Peoria Notre Dame, IL- 2011
Dan Solioz, 6’2″ SG
Euro League- Collombey-Muraz (Switzerland)
St. Louis Christian Academy, MO- 2014
Hanner Mosquera-Perea, 6’9″ PF
South American League- Tigrillos de Antioquia (Colombia)
East Tennessee State University
La Lumiere School, IN- 2010
Brandon Newman, 6’2″ PG
Euro League- Ansbach (Germany)
Lindenwood University
Brookfield Central, WI- 2013
Obij Aget, 7’2″ C
NBA G-League-  Iowa Wolves
University of New Mexico
La Lumiere School, IN- 2010
Jaylon Tate, 6’3″ SG
Canadian League- London Lightning
University of Illinois
Chicago De La Salle, IL- 2009
Evan Payne, 6’2″ CG
Euro League- Kozuv (North Macedonia)
Long Beach State University
Huntington Prep, WV- 2011
Agustin Da Costa, 6’5″ CG
Latin League- Capital Montevideo (Uruguay)
Redemption Christian, NY- 2016
Marin Maric, 6’11” C
Euro League- Andorra (Spain)
De Paul University
La Lumiere School, IN- 2012
Riley La Chance, 6’2″ PG
NBA G-League: Osceola Magic
Vanderbilt University
Brookfield Central, WI- 2013
Sam Logwood, 6’7″ SF
D.R. League- Cupes
University of New Mexico
La Lumiere School, IN- 2013
Antravious Simmons, 6’9″ PF
Euro League- BBC Bascharage (Luxembuorg)
Florida Gulf Coast University
South Miami, FL- 2012
Malachi Smith, 6’4″ SG
NBA G-League- Wisconsin Herd
Gonzaga University
Belleville West, IL- 2017
Johnathon Wilkins, 6’10” PF
Euro League- Marseille (France)
New Mexico State University
La Lumiere School, IN- 2012
Benas Griciunas, 7’0″ C
Euro League- Lietkabelis (Lithuania)
Eastern Washington University
Findlay Prep, NV- 2010
Ran Tut, 6’9″ SF
Euro League- Almeria (Spain)
Angelo State University
Brehm Prep, IL- 2010
Matej Delinac, 6’2″ PG
Euro League- FSU Selfoss (Iceland)    Slippery Rock University
Brehm Prep, IL- 2010
Branden Jenkins, 6’5″ SG
NBA G-League- Erie BayHawks
Texas Wesleyan University
Proviso East, IL- 2011
Alex Foster, 6’8″ SF
Euro League- CIU (Republic of Georgia)
Albany University
Chicago De La Salle, IL- 2009
Jaron Hopkins, 6’6″ SG
Euro League- Vitoria SC (Portugal)
Fresno State University
Chandler Basha, AZ- 2010
Jordan Barnett, 6’7″ SF
Euro League- Sopron KC (Hungary)
University of Missouri
St. Louis CBC, MO- 2013
Uchenna Iroegbu, 6’0″ PG
Middle-East League: Al Shamal (Qatar)
Stony Brook University
Capital Christian, CA- 2013
Savon Goodman, 6’6″ SF
Asia League- Stapac (Indonesia)
Shaw University
Academy of the New Church, PA- 2010
Ahmed Hamdy, 6’9″ PF
African League- Al Ahly Cairo (Egypt)
Texas Christian University
Trent Internationale- 2011
Darreon Reddick, 6’3″ PG
Mexican League- Los Mochis
Tennessee State University
Belleville East, IL- 2011
Vasa Pusica, 6’5″ SG
Euro League- Slask (Poland)
Northeastern University
Sunrise Christian Academy, KS- 2013
Ruben Guerrero, 7’0″ C
Euro League- Obradoiro (Spain)
Samford University
Sunrise Christian Academy, KS- 2013
Travis Munnings, 6’7″ SF
Euro League- Boulazac (France)
University of Louisiana-Monroe
Sunrise Christian Academy, KS- 2013
Brandon Austin, 6’5″ SG
Latin League- Taurinos (Venezuela)
Samford University
Montgomery Carver, AL- 2014
Manroop Clair, 6’1″ PG
Canadian League- UBC
Seattle University
Trent Internationale, TX- 2011
Enis Memic, 6’9″ PF
Euro League- KK Bosna-Royal (Bosnia)
Missouri Southern University
St. Louis Christian, MO- 2014
James Thompson, 6’10” C
Euro League- Cholet (France)
Eastern Michigan University
Baton Rouge Parkview Baptist, LA- 2013
Micky Jean-Philippe, 5’11” PG
Euro League- Belfius Mons (Belgium)
Cy-Fair Learning Center, TX- 2018
James Batemon, 6’1″ PG
Euro League- Karditsas (Greece)
Loyola Marymount University
Milwaukee Riverside University, WI- 2012
Lewis Sullivan, 6’7″ SF
Euro League- Split (Croatia)
University of Alabama-Birmingham
Hazel Green, AL- 2012
Darrell Riley, 5’8″ PG
Euro League- Erebuni (Armenia)
University of Detroit-Mercy
Milwaukee North Division, WI- 2013
Jordan Caroline, 6’7″ SF
Euro League- Fuenlabrada (Spain)
University of Nevada
Champaign Central, IL- 2011
Kevin Baker, 6’2″ PG
Euro League- Prizreni-16 (Kosovo)
Troy University
St. Louis Imagine Prep, MO- 2011
Deion Lavender, 6’3″ PG
Asia League- Aldar Tanan Garid (Mongolia)
Valparaiso University
Alton Marquette, IL- 2012
Munis Tutu, 6’0″ PG
Canadian League- Edmonton Stingers
Carleton University (Canada)
La Lumiere School, IN- 2013
Godwin Boahen, 6’1″ PG
Euro League- Huelva Comercio (Spain)
University of Illinois-Chicago
St. Louis Christian Academy, MO- 2014
David Kapinga, 5’11” PG
Euro League- Jonava (Lithuania)
Union College
St. Louis Christian Academy, MO- 2013
Adrio Bailey, 6’6″ SF
Australian League- Frankston Blues
University of Arkansas
Campti Lakeview, LA- 2014
Antonio Williams, 6’2″ CG
Euro League- Plymouth City Patriots (England)
Kent State University
Proviso East, IL- 2015
Chris Harris, 6’11” C
Euro League- Golden Eagle Ylli (Kosovo)
University of Houston
Houston Madison, TX- 2014
James Banks, 6’10” C
NBA G-League- Maine Celtics
La Lumiere School, IN- 2015
Damir Hadzic, 6’7″ SF
Euro League- Caserta Accademy (Italy)
Flagler College
Arlington Country Day, FL- 2015
Myles Carter, 6’9″ C
Euro League- Trapani (Italy)
Seattle University
Chicago St. Rita, IL- 2012
Rolands Opalevs, 6’4″ SG
Euro League- Monteroni (Italia)
St. Louis Christian Academy, MO- 2015
Koch Bar, 6’11” C
Euro League- Horsens IC (Denmark)
Bradley University
Arlington Country Day, FL- 2015
Alex Olesinski, 6’10” PF
Euro League- Anwil Wloclawek (Poland)
La Lumiere School, IN- 2013
Adrian Wong, 6’3″ PG
Asia League- Rain or Shine Painters (Philippines)
Euless Trinity, TX- 2013
Zeke Moore, 6’7″ SG
Canadian League- Scarborough Shooting Stars
St. Louis Riverview Gardens, MO- 2015
Benson Lin, 6’4″ PG
CBA- Tianjin Pioneers (China)
Bryant University
Wesley Christian School, KY- 2016
Chaz Glotta, 6’3″ CG
South American League- Condores de Cundinamarca (Colombia)
Northern Colorado University
Fort Zumwalt North, MO- 2013
Germaine Roebuck, 6’5″ SF
African League- City Oilers (Uganda)
Calumet College of St. Joseph
Champaign Central, IL- 2014
Rayan Glineur, 6’6″ SF
Euro League- Virtus PSG (Italy)
Cy-Fair Learning Center, TX- 2018
Kevin Zhang, 6’9″ SF
CBA- Liaoning Flying Leopards (China)
Tulane University
La Lumiere School, IN- 2015
Jordan Barnes, 5’10” PG
Euro League- Giessen (Germany)
Indiana State University
St. Louis CBC, MO- 2013
Darien Mc Clain, 5’10” PG
Euro League- Targu Jiu (Romania)
Azusa Pacific University
O’Fallon, IL- 2014
Marcus Evans, 6’2″ PG
Euro League- Cheshire Phoenix (England)
Virginia Commonwealth University
Cape Henry Collegiate, VA- 2014
Rob Howard, 6’8″ PF
Euro League- Oberwart Gunners (Austria)
University of Illinois-Chicago
Michigan City, IN- 2015
Sam Orf, 6’2″ PG
Euro League- BC Flyers Wels (Austria)
University of Alabama-Huntsville
St. Louis CBC, MO- 2013
Brandon Davis, 6’2″ PG
Latin America- Brujos de Guayama (Puerto Rico)
Sacramento State University
Mission Hills Bishop Alemany, CA- 2015
Jackson Makoi, 6’5″ SG
Australian League- Sydney Kings
Daytona State College
St. Louis Christian Academy, MO- 2018
Joshua Roberts, 6’3″ SG
Euro League- Artsakh (Armenia) 
Roosevelt University
Chicago Westinghouse, IL- 2015
Jeremiah Tilmon, 6’10” C
NBA G-League- Greensboro Swarm
University of Missouri
La Lumiere School, IN- 2015
Ty Gadsden, 6’1″ PG
Mexican League- Hermasillo
University of North Carolina-Wilmington
Arlington Country Day, FL- 2015
Anton Ivy, 6’8″ PF
Euro League- Fellbach (Germany)
Arizona Christian University
Peoria Manual, IL- 2013
Alanas Urbonas, 6’7″ SF
Euro League- Mazeikiai (Lithuania)
Orangeville Prep, Canada- 2017
Juan Ducasse, 6’9″ SF
Latin America- Hebraica Montevideo (Uruguay)
Santa Clara University
Sunrise Christian Academy, KS- 2016
Jhivvan Jackson, 6’0″ PG
Euro League- Charleroi (Belgium)
University of Texas- San Antonio
Euless Trinity, TX- 2013
Tyger Campbell, 5’11” PG
Euro League- Saint Quentin (France)
La Lumiere School, IN- 2015
ShanQuan Hemphill, 6’6″ SF
Euro League- KK Bosco Zagreb (Croatia)
Drake University
Michigan City, IN- 2015
Alonzo Verge, 6’3″ CG
Euro League- AS Apollon Patris (Greece)
University of Nebraska
Arlington Country Day, FL- 2015
Darian Adams, 6’3″ PG
Euro League- Caledonia Gladiators (United Kingdom)
Jacksonville State University
Montgomery Carver, AL- 2014
Nick Robinson, 6’6″ SF
Euro League- KK Vrsac Swisslion (Serbia)
Western Carolina University
Chicago Kenwood, IL- 2014
Da’Monte Williams, 6’3″ SG
Euro League- U.D. Oliveirense (Portugal)
University of Illinois
Peoria Manual, IL- 2013
Manny Patterson, 6’8″ PF
Euro League- Kauhajoki (Finland)
Southeast Missouri State University
Chicago Kenwood, IL- 2016
Mamadou Diarra, 6’9″ PF
NBA G-League- Iowa Wolves
Tennessee Tech University
St. Louis Christian, MO- 2018
Travon Bunch, 6’11” C
Euro League- Cair 2030 Skopje (North Macedonia)
Grambling State University
St. Louis Christian, MO- 2013
Luis Mora, 6’3″ PG
Latin League- Piratas de la Guaira (Venezuela)
Dillard University
Redemption Christian Academy, NY- 2016
Daivien Williamson, 6’2″ PG
Euro League- Naestved Team Fog (Denmark)
Wake Forest University
Winston-Salem Prep, NC- 2017
Matthew Grace, 6’9″ SF
Canadian League- Scarborough Shooting Stars
Richmond University
The Rise Centre Academy, CAN- 2017
Adong Makuoi, 6’9″ C
Canadian League-  Saskatchewan Rattlers
Tennessee State University
The Rise Centre Academy, CAN- 2017
Deon Ejim, 6’7″ SF
Canadian League- Calgary Surge
University of Illinois-Chicago
The Rise Centre Academy, CAN- 2017
Isaiah Bujdoso, 6’4″ PG
Canadian League- Niagara River Lions
Loyola University (Chicago)
Sunrise Christian Academy, KS- 2016
Courvoisier McCauley, 6’5″ SG
Euro League- Residence Walferdange (Luxembuorg)
Indiana State University
Indianapolis Manual, IN- 2016
Zidane Moore, 6’2″ PG
Euro League- EBS Holbaek-Stenhus (Denmark)
Lewis & Clark Community College
St. Louis Riverview Gardens, MO- 2015
Jalen Moore, 5’11” PG
Euro League- Haukar (Iceland)
Oakland University
Cloverdale, IN- 2016
Joe Reece, 6’8″ PF
Euro League- KK Feniks (North Macedonia)
Duquesne University
St. Louis Vashon, MO- 2014
Demarius Jacobs, 6’3″ CG
Euro League- Apoel Nicosia (Cyprus)
Ball State University
Chicago Uplift, IL- 2016
Parker Stewart, 6’5″ SG
Euro League- B. Braun Sheffield Sharks (England)
University of Tennessee-Martin
Union City, TN- 2016
Jamal Johnson, 6’4″ PG
Euro League- Mornar (Montenegro)
University of Tennessee-Chattanooga
Spain Park, AL- 2015
Tim Finke, 6’6″ SG
Euro League- Umea (Sweden)
Wright State University
Champaign Central, IL- 2015
JaVonte Perkins, 6’6″ SG
NBA G League- College Park Skyhawks
Saint Louis University
St. Louis Miller Career Academy, MO- 2016
Avan Nava, 6’2″ PG
Asia League- Seoul Thunders (South Korea)
St. Francis Xavier University (Canada)
The Rise Centre Academy, CAN- 2017
Michal Nowak, 6’2″ SG
Euro League- Katy Wroclawskie (Poland)
Lake Forest Academy, IL- 2019
Zsombor Vertes, 6’6″ SF
Euro League- Zamora (Spain)
Rabun Gap-Nacoochee, GA- 2021


2023-2024 ToC All-Collegiate Team


1st Team

Caleb Love, 6’4″ Sr.
Arizona Wildcats
St. Louis CBC, MO- 2018
DaRon Holmes, 6’10” Jr.
Dayton Flyers
Goodyear Millennium, AZ- 2019

Baye Ndongo, 6’9″ Fr.
Georgia Tech Yellowjackets
Colorado Prep, CO- 2021

Antonio Reeves, 6’6″ Sr.
Kentucky Wildcats
Chicago Kenwood, IL- 2016
Malik Hall, 6’8″ Sr.
Michigan State Spartans
Sunrise Christian, KS- 2016


2nd Team

Trey Galloway, 6’5″ Jr.
Indiana Hoosiers
Culver Academies, IN- 2019
Issac McBride, 6’1″ Sr.
Oral Roberts Golden Eagles
Little Rock Baptist, AR- 2015
Danny Wolf, 7’0″ So.
Yale Bulldogs
Lake Forest Academy, IL- 2019
Milan Momcilovic, 6’8″ Fr.
Iowa State Cyclones
Pewaukee, WI- 2021/2022
Noah Reynolds, 6’3″ Jr.
UW-Green Bay Phoenix
Peoria Notre Dame, IL- 2020


2023-2024: Players on the RISE!


Players on the RISE!

Owen Freeman, 6’10” Fr.
Iowa Hawkeyes
Moline, IL- 2022
Houston Mallette, 6’5″ Jr.
Pepperdine Wave/ Transfer to Alabama
Pacifica Christian, CA- 2018
Zachary Davis, 6’8″ So.
South Carolina Gamecocks
Denmark-Olar, SC- 2019
Jared Coleman-Jones, 6’10” Jr.
Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders
Potter’s House Christian, FL- 2016
Will Richard, 6’5″ Jr.
Florida Gators
Woodward Academy, GA- 2019
Brock Wisne, 6’9″ So.
Northern Colorado Bears
Colorado Prep, CO- 2021
Christ Essandoko, 7’0″ Fr.
Saint Joseph’s Hawks/Transfer to Providence College
Winston-Salem Christian, NC- 2021


Quimari Peterson, 6’1″ Jr.
East Tennessee State Buccaneers
Gary West Side, IN- 2019
6’5″ SG  David Douglas, jr.
6’9″ PF  Dylan James
UW-Green Bay Phoenix
Georgia Bulldogs
Yorkville Christian, IL- 2022
Winter Haven, FL- 2022
6’2″ PG  Jeremy Fears
6’2″ PG  Dai Dai Ames
Michigan State Spartans
Kansas State Wildcats
Joliet West, IL- 2022
Chicago Morgan Park, IL- 2019
6’0″ PG  Brock Harding
6’9″ PF  Rashaud Marshall
Iowa Hawkeyes
Ole Miss Rebels
Moline, IL- 2022
Blytheville, AR- 2022
*Transfer- Arkansas State














ToC Collegiate Players

BIG 10

+Michael Thompson, Northwestern Chicago Lincoln Park
+Mike Capocci, Northwestern Glenbard East
+Vic Law, Northwestern Chicago St. Rita
+Keaton Nankivil, Wisconsin Madison Memorial
+Ethan Happ, Wisconsin Rockridge
+Jarryd Cole, Iowa Kansas City Winnetonka
+Matt Roth, Indiana Washington
+Daniel Moore, Indiana Carmel
+Verdell Jones, Indiana Champaign Central
+Max Bielfeldt, Indiana Peoria Notre Dame
+Yogi Ferrell, Indiana Indianapolis Park Tudor
+Stu Douglass, Michigan Carmel
+D.J. Wilson, Michigan Sacramento Capital Christian
+Charles Matthews, Michigan Chicago St. Rita
+Ignas Brazdeikis, Michigan Orangeville Prep
+Oto Osenieks, Minnesota Brehm Prep
+Jay Simpson, Purdue Champaign Central
+Branden Dawson, Michigan State Gary Lew Wallace
+Lourawls “Tum Tum” Nairn, Michigan State Sunrise Christian Academy
+David Rivers, Nebraska Little Rock Hall
+Alonzo Verge, Nebraska Arlington Country Day
+Malcolm Hill, Illinois Belleville East
+Jaylon Tate, Illinois Chicago De La Salle
+Clayton Jones, Illinois Champaign Central
+Drew Cayce, Illinois La Lumiere School
+Da’Monte Williams, Illinois Peoria Manual
+E.J. Liddell, Ohio State Belleville West
+Justin Taphorn, Wisconsin Pekin
+Amarion Nimmers, Iowa Rock Island
+Malik Hall, Michigan State Sunrise Christian Academy
+Blaise Keita, Nebraska Sunrise Christian Academy
Trey Galloway, Indiana, sr. Culver Academies
Danny Wolf, Michigan, jr. Lake Forest Academy
Jeremy Fears, Michigan State, so. Joliet West
Owen Freeman, Iowa, so. Moline
Brock Harding, Iowa, so. Moline
Morez Johnson, Illinois, fr. Chicago St. Rita
Cooper Koch, Iowa, fr. Peoria Notre Dame/Metamora
Nick Janowski, Nebraska, fr. Pewaukee
Lathan Sommerville, Rutgers, fr. Peoria Notre Dame
@Jeremiah Fears, Illinois Joliet West


+Mac Koshwal, De Paul Boys to Men Academy
+Jamel Jackson, Seton Hall Boys to Men Academy
+Mario Stula, DePaul Decatur Christian
+Jeremiah Kelly, DePaul Boys to Men Academy
+Junior Cadougan, Marquette Humble Christian Life Academy
+Amir Garrett, St. John’s Findlay Prep
+Edwind Mc Ghee, De Paul Champaign Central
+Charles Mc Kinney, De Paul Quality Education Academy
+Aaron Bowen, Georgetown Quality Education Academy
+Sir’Dominic Pointer, St. John’s Quality Education Academy
+Chier Ajou, Seton Hall Culver Military Academy
+Roosevelt Jones, Butler O’Fallon
+David Molinari, De Paul Peoria Notre Dame
+Alex O’Neill, Creighton Peoria Notre Dame
+Trey Pettus, Butler St. Louis MICDS
+Marin Maric, De Paul La Lumiere School
+Trevon Bluiett, Xavier Indianapolis Park Tudor
+Matt Heldt, Marquette Neenah
+Mick Sullivan, De Paul Aurora Marmion Academy
+Markese Jacobs, De Paul Chicago Uplift
+Jair Bolden, Butler Westtown School
Christ Essandoko, Providence, so. Winston-Salem Christian
Demarius Owens, Marquette, fr. Western Reserve Academy

PAC 12

+Jerryd Bayless, Arizona Phoenix Saint Mary’s
+Olu Ashaolu, Oregon Humble Christian Life
+Scott Suggs, Washington Washington
+Angus Brandt, Oregon State Lake Forest Academy
+Dwight Powell, Stanford Bradenton IMG Academies
+Nick Johnson, Arizona Findlay College Prep
+Keanu Pinder, Arizona Sunrise Christian Academy
+Savon Goodman, Arizona State Academy of the New Church
+Dylan Ennis, Oregon Lake Forest Academy
+KZ Okpala, Stanford Anaheim Esperanza
+Luguentz Dort, Arizona State Jacksonville Arlington Country Day
+Alex Olesinski, UCLA La Lumiere School
+Antoine Vernon, Oregon State The Rise Centre Academy
+Chris Duarte, Oregon Redemption Christian Academy
+Tyger Campbell, UCLA La Lumiere School
+Caleb Love, Arizona St. Louis CBC


+Alvin Abreu, New Hampshire Boys to Men Academy
+Williams Gabriel, New Hampshire Huntington Prep
+Alex Foster, Albany Chicago De La Salle
+Uchenna Iroegbu, Stony Brook Sacramento Capital Christian
+Jo Jo Anderson, Albany La Lumiere School
Alpha Chibambe, UM-Baltimore County, so. St. Louis Christian Academy
Caleb Middleton, New Hampshire, fr. Western Reserve Academy


+Nick Calathes, Florida Lake Howell
+Nate Rakestraw, Arkansas Springdale Har-Ber
+Chandler Parsons, Florida Lake Howell
+Senario Hillman, Alabama Wilkinson County
+Melvin Goins, Tennessee Humble Christian Life
+DeAndre Liggins, Kentucky Chicago George Washington
+Michael Sanchez, Arkansas Springdale Har-Ber
+Anthony Davis, Kentucky Chicago Perspectives
+Noel Johnson, Auburn Fayette County
+B.J. Young, Arkansas Hazelwood Central
+Nerlens Noel, Kentucky Tilton School
+Domonique Bull, Missouri Tilton School
+Jeronne Maymon, Tennessee Madison Memorial
+Jabari Brown, Missouri Findlay Prep
+James Siakam, Vanderbilt Brehm Prep
+Craig Sword, Mississippi State Montgomery Carver
+Ryan Rosburg, Missouri Chesterfield Marquette
+Peyton Allen, Texas A&M Chatham Glenwood
+Ray Doby, South Carolina St. Louis CBC
+Gerald Glass, jr., Mississippi Greenwood Amanda Elzy
+Branden Jenkins, LSU Proviso East
+Joe Strugg, Mississippi State Montgomery Carver
+Jake Coddington, Mississippi Alton Marquette
+Riley La Chance, Vanderbilt Brookfield Central
+Jordan Barnett, Missouri St. Louis CBC
+Reed Vial, LSU Baton Rouge Parkview Baptist
+Joe Toye, Vanderbilt La Lumiere School
+Tyler Herro, Kentucky Whitnall
+Nicolas Claxton, Georgia Legacy Charter School
+Austin Wiley, Auburn Spain Park
+Adrio Bailey, Arkansas Campti Lakeview
+Jeremiah Tilmon, Missouri La Lumiere School
+JD Davison, Alabama Calhoun School
+Walker Kessler, Auburn Woodward Academy
+Jaylin Williams, Arkansas Fort Smith Northside
+Kobe Brown, Missouri Huntsville Lee
+Connor Vanover, Missouri Little Rock Baptist
+Antonio Reeves, Kentucky Chicago Kenwood
+Matthew-Alexander Moncrieffe, Georgia Orangeville Prep
Houston Mallette, Alabama, sr. Pacifica Chrisian
Will Richard, Florida, sr. Woodward Academy
Zachary Davis, South Carolina, jr. Denmark-Olar
Dylan James, Georgia, so. Winter Haven
@DeWayne Brown, Tennessee Hoover


+Ed Davis, North Carolina Richmond Benedictine
+Donte Greene, Syracuse Towson Catholic
+Malcolm Delaney, Virginia Tech Towson Catholic
+Xavier Gibson, Florida State Dothan Northview
+Nick Foreman, Georgia Tech Bellaire
+John Henson, North Carolina Tampa Sickles
+Reggie Bullock, North Carolina Kinston
+Leslie McDonald, North Carolina Memphis Briarcrest
+Todd Zafirovski, Duke Lake Forest Academy
+Rakeem Christmas, Syracuse Academy of the New Church
+Adam Smith, Georgia Tech Fayette County
+Malcolm Brogdon, Virginia Fayette County
+Xavier Rathan-Mayes, Florida State Huntington Prep
+Zion Williamson, Duke Spartanburg Day School
+Nickeil Alexander-Walker, Virginia Tech St. Louis Christian Academy
+James Banks, Georgia Tech La Lumiere School
+Paul Grinde, Clemson Cape Henry Collegiate
+Daivien Williamson, Wake Forest Winston-Salem Prep
+Davion Bradford, Wake Forest St. Louis Mehlville
+Jaden Schutt, Duke Yorkville Christian
Jaylan Gainey, Florida State, sr. Greensboro Smith
Zack Austin, Pittsburgh, sr. Winston-Salem Prep
*Jalen Washington, North Carolina, jr. Gary West Side
Baye Ndongo, Georgia Tech, so. Colorado Prep
Kon Knueppel, Duke, fr. Wisconsin Lutheran
James Brown, North Carolina, fr. Chicago St. Rita


+Jake Kelly, Indiana State Carmel
+Trey Jones, Wichita State Sherman
+Anthony Thompson, Bradley Houston Klein Forest
+Isaiah Rhine, Missouri State Versailles Morgan County
+Toure’ Murry, Wichita State Houston Klein Forest
+David Smith, Drake Lake Forest Academy
+Chris Hines, Drake Houston Klein Forest
+Dyricus Simms-Edwards, Bradley Washington
+Jordan Prosser, Bradley Eureka
+Darrion Harris, Bradley St. Louis Whitfield
+Paul Jesperson, Northern Iowa Merrill
+Mike Shaw, Bradley Chicago De La Salle
+Paris Lee, Illinois State Proviso East
+Willie Wiley, Evansville Springfield
+Shea Feehan, Evansville Peoria Notre Dame
+Jordan Martin, Missouri State Hazelwood Central
+Lou Griffith, Bradley Washington
+Donovan Franklin, Indiana State O’Fallon
+Robin Thompson, Missouri State St. Louis MICDS
+De’Antae Mc Murray, Drake Alton Marquette
+Brandon Murphy, Indiana State Montgomery Carver
+Tanveer Bhullar, Missouri State Huntington Prep
+Austin Weiher, Southern Illinois Creating Young Minds Academy
+Obediah Church, Missouri State Springfield
+Deion Lavender, Valparaiso Alton Marquette
+Peter Hanley, Bradley Peoria Notre Dame
+Joshua Webster, Missouri State St. Louis CBC
+Jordan Barnes, Indiana State St. Louis CBC
+Koch Bar, Bradley Jacksonville Arlington Country Day
+Ryan Fazekas, Valparaiso Michigan City Marquette
+Taylor Bruninga, Illinois State Illini Bluffs
+ShanQuan Hemphill, Drake Michigan City
+Keith Clemons, Loyola (Chicago) Wesley Christian School
+Cooper Neese, Indiana State Cloverdale
+Courvoisier McCauley, Indiana State Indianapolis Manual
+Christopher Cross, Southern Illinois Urbana
+RJ McGee, Southern Illinois Chicago Kenwood
+Kennard Davis, Southern Illinois St. Louis Vashon
Darius De Aveiro, Valparaiso, sr. The Rise Centre Academy
Ty Pence, Illinois State, so. St. Joseph-Ogden
Justus McNair, Valparaiso, fr. Joliet West
Jaheem Webber, Southern Illinois, fr. Normal Community


+Jonathan Montgomery, Chicago State Chicago Lincoln Park
+Blake Davis, Grand Canyon Phoenix St. Mary’s
+Brandon Spearman, Hawai’i Chicago Hales Franciscan
+John Paul, Utah Valley La Lumiere School
+Shaquille Boga, Texas-Pan American Mc Cluer
+Andreas Bigum, Texas-Pan American Sunrise Christian Academy
+Negus Webster-Chan, Hawai’i Huntington Prep
+Sadiq Inuwa, Cal State-Bakersfield La Lumiere School
+Janari Joesaar, Texas-Rio Grande Valley Sunrise Christian Academy
+Jared Dimakos, Chicago State Lake Forest Academy
+Aly Ahmed, Cal State-Bakersfield Trent InternationalE
+RaVonn Posey, Cal State-Bakersfield Milwaukee Riverside University
+Stefan Jankovic, Hawai’i Huntington Prep
+Manroop Clair, Seattle Trent InternationalE
+Telly Davenport, Utah Valley Idaho Falls Bonneville
+Moataz Aly Hosny, Cal State-Bakersfield Sunrise Christian Academy
+Johnathon Wilkins, New Mexico State La Lumiere School
+Moe Mc Donald, Texas-Rio Grande Valley IMG Academy
+Myles Carter, Seattle Chicago St. Rita
+Coreyoun Rushin, Tarleton State Chicago Westinghouse

BIG 12

+De Andre Jordan, Texas A&M Humble Christian Life Academy
+Lucca Staiger, Iowa State Decatur Christian
+Tobi Oyedeji, Texas A&M Bellaire
+D’Walyn Roberts, Texas Tech Duncanville
+Tristan Thompson, Texas Findlay College Prep
+Jai Lucas, Texas Bellaire
+Cory Joseph, Texas Findlay College Prep
+Nolan Dennis, Baylor Richland
+Stargell Love, Baylor Quality Education Academy
+Quincy Miller, Baylor Quality Education Academy
+Andrew Fitzgerald, Oklahoma Towson Catholic
+Ty Nurse, Texas Tech Decatur Christian
+Matthew Humphrey, West Virginia Chicago Hales Franciscan
+Myck Kabongo, Texas Findlay College Prep
+Cameron Clark, Oklahoma Sherman
+Andrew Wiggins, Kansas Huntington Prep
+Myles Turner, Texas Euless Trinity
+Georges Niang, Iowa State Tilton School
+Buddy Hield, Oklahoma Sunrise Christian Academy
+Dinjiyl Walker, Oklahoma Academy of the New Church
+Wayne Selden, Kansas Tilton School
+Nazareth Mitrou-Long, Iowa State Findlay Prep
+Landen Lucas, Kansas Findlay Prep
+Elijah Macon, West Virginia Huntington Prep
+Jevon Carter, West Virginia Proviso East
+Ahmed Hamdy Mohamed, Texas Christian Trent InternationalE
+Mohamed Bamba, Texas Westtown School
+Xavier Sneed, Kansas State Hazelwood Central
+Udoka Azubuike, Kansas Jacksonville Potter’s House Christian
+Chris Clarke, Texas Tech Cape Henry Collegiate
+Jalen Coleman-Lands, Kansas La Lumiere School
+George Conditt, Iowa State Chicago Corliss
+Bernard Kouma, Oklahoma State Redemption Christian Academy
Mylik Wilson, Houston, sr. Rayville
Adam Miller, Arizona State, sr. Chicago Morgan Park
Noah Reynolds, TCU, sr. Peoria Notre Dame
YaYa Keita, Oklahoma, jr. St. Louis De Smet Jesuit
Milan Momcilovic, Iowa State, so. Pewaukee
Dai Dai Ames, Kansas State, so. Chicago Morgan Park
Dayton Forsythe, Oklahoma, fr. Dale
Nojus Indrusaitis, Iowa State, fr. Chicago St. Rita


+Cameron Wells, The Citadel Houston Bellaire
+P.J. Boutte, The Citadel Indianapolis Howe
+Tyler Hunt, Furman IMG Academies
+Gregg Wooten, Samford Memphis Briarcrest
+RaShawn Rembert, East Tennessee State Tampa Sickles
+Hanner Mosquera-Perea, East Tennessee State La Lumiere School
+Milos Kostic, Appalachian State Trader’s Point Christian Academy
+Ruben Guerrero, Samford Sunrise Christian Academy
+Brandon Austin, Samford Montgomery Carver
+Ethan Stair, Mercer Hazel Green
+Nick Robinson, Western Carolina Chicago Kenwood
+Jamal Johnson, UT-Chattanooga Spain Park
Quimari Peterson, East Tennessee State, sr. Gary West Side
Domas Kauzonas, UNC-Greensboro, so. Rabun Gap-Nacoochee


+Laquenten (D.J.) Jones, Georgia State Wilkinson County
+Vasa Pusica, Northeastern Sunrise Christian Academy
+Ty Gadsden, UNC-Wilmington Arlington Country Day
+Anthony Ochefu, Delaware Westtown School
+Dontavius King, Charleston Legacy Charter
+Torrence Watson, Elon St. Louis Whitfield School
+Shemar Rathan-Mayes, UNC-Wilmington Orangeville Prep
+Kaiden Space, Stony Brook Chicago St. Rita
Matthew Moore, UNC-Wilmington, fr. Joliet West


+Logan Irwin, Stetson Whitko
+Antravious Simmons, Florida Gulf Coast South Miami
+Cole LaRue, Kennesaw State McGill-Toolen
+Detalian Brown, North Alabama Chicago Uplift
Braedan Lue, Kennesaw State, fr. Alexander
Jamie Phillips, Stetson, fr. Winter Haven
Evan Barlow, Florida Gulf Coast, fr. Morton


+Patrick Richard, Mc Neese State Lafayette Carencro
+Kevin Butler, Texas-Arlington Duncanville
+Johnathan Evans, Houston Baptist Bellaire
+Kelcey Solomon, Incarnate Word Bellaire
+Daouda Berete, Central Arkansas Little Rock Hall
+Jeff Drew, Central Arkansas Little Rock Hall
+Ryan King, Northwestern State Quality Education Academy
+Zach Rumph, Southeastern Louisiana Montgomery Carver
+Demetrious “Meechie” Floyd, Stephen F. Austin Mc Cluer
+Quan Jones, Lamar Little Rock Hall
+Andre Sands, Sam Houston State Sunrise Christian Academy
+Makur Puou, New Orleans Mooseheart
+Malik Metoyer, Northwestern State Campti Lakeview
+Chidozie Ndu, Sam Houston State Sunrise Christian Academy
+Nathan Bain, Stephen F. Austin Sunrise Christian Academy
+Khaleem Bennett, Central Arkansas Sunrise Christian Academy
+Brandon Vanover, Central Arkansas Little Rock Baptist Prep
+Daniel Sackey, New Orleans St. Louis Christian Academy
+Marek Nelson, Nicholls State Sunrise Christian Academy
+Antavion Collum, McNeese State Tennessee Prep
Carlos Paez, Southeastern Louisiana, sr. Sunrise Christian Academy


+JeQuan Lewis, VCU Dickson County
+Joey Rodriguez, VCU Lake Howell
+Bradford Burgess, VCU Richmond Benedictine
+Juvonte Reddic, VCU Quality Education Academy
+Darien Brothers, Richmond Richmond Benedictine
+Johnny Williams, George Mason Memphis Briarcrest
+Jermaine Myers, Fordham Culver Military Academy
+DeKeba Battee-Aston, Fordham Richland/Findlay Prep
+JaVontae Hawkins, Fordham Huntington Prep
+Dusan Kovacevic, Davidson Sunrise Christian Academy
+Marcus Evans, VCU Cape Henry Collegiate
+Levi Stockard, VCU St. Louis Vashon
+JaVonte Perkins, St. Louis St. Louis Miller Career Academy
+Matt Grace, Richmond The Rise Centre Academy
+Joe Reece, Duquesne St. Louis Vashon
+Isaiah Bigelow, Richmond Greensboro Smith
+Brandon Weston, Rhode Island Chicago Morgan Park
+Angel Montas, Fordham Life Christian Academy
DaRon Holmes, Dayton, sr. Goodyear Millennium
Kellen Thames, St. Louis, jr. Pattonville
Trey Autry, George Washington, so. Western Reserve Academy
Ryan Soulis, Richmond, fr. Western Reserve Academy
Lewis Walker, Massachusetts, fr. Winston-Salem Christian


+Scott Kingsley, Fairleigh Dickinson Chicago St. Rita
+J.J. Cratit, Central Connecticut State South Miami
+Taevon Ashmeade, Robert Morris Jacksonville Potter’s House Christian
+Benson Lin, Bryant Wesley Christian School
+Ousmane Ndim, LIU-Brooklyn St. Louis Christian Academy
+Charles Bain, Robert Morris La Lumiere School
Dylan Jones, Fairleigh Dickinson, jr.
Pleasant Grove


+Marko Petrovic, San Francisco Findlay Prep
+Stefan Cox, San Francisco La Lumiere School
+Manny Ochenje, Pepperdine Brehm Prep
+Godwin Okonji, Loyola-Marymount Findlay Prep
+Munis Tutu, Loyola-Marymount La Lumiere School
+Nigel Williams-Goss, Gonzaga Findlay Prep
+James Batemon, Loyola Marymount Milwaukee Riverside University
+Juan Ducasse, Santa Clara Sunrise Christian Academy
+Casey Brown, Brigham Young Pleasant Grove
+Matt Van Komen, Saint Mary’s College Pleasant Grove
+Joey St. Pierre, Portland La Lumiere School
+Malachi Smith, Gonzaga Belleville West
Tyrone Riley, San Francisco, fr. St. Pius X-St. Matthias Academy


+Ozren Bjelogrlic, Liberty Decatur Christian
+Wayne Whiting, VMI Richmond Benedictine
+Herve Aholode, Gardner-Webb Huntington Prep
+Jorge Perez-Laham, High Point South Miami
+Miles Bowman, High Point Quality Education Academy
+Brendan Newton, Liberty Faith Christian School
+Quentin Hodge, USC Upstate Sumter Lakewood
+Caleb Wright, High Point Goodyear Millennium
+Silas Mason, UNC-Asheville Greensboro Smith
Jordan Nesbitt, Hampton, sr. St. Louis Christian Academy
Jaehshon Thomas, Radford, jr. Aurora Christian
Maurice Wright, VMI, so. Santa Fe Springs St. Paul
Ellis Graham, Charleston Southern, fr. Gray Collegiate Academy
Colin Hawkins, Gardner-Webb, fr. Colorado Prep


+Raymond Sims, South Alabama Boys to Men Academy
+Scottie Farrington, Louisiana-Lafayette Humble Christian Life Center
+Martavius Adams, Arkansas State Wilkinson County
+Rakeem Dickerson, Arkansas State Little Rock Hall/ Brehm Prep
+Kevin Baker, Troy St. Louis Imagine Prep
+Malik Burnett, Troy Huntsville Lee
+Travis Munnings, Louisiana-Monroe Sunrise Christian Academy
+Calvin Anderson, Louisiana-Monroe St. Louis Christian Academy
+Damir Hadzic, Arkansas-Little Rock Jacksonville Arlington Country Day
+Christian Willis, Arkansas State St. Louis CBC
Judah Brown, South Alabama, sr. Pacifica Christian
Michael Whitmore, Georgia State, jr. Woodward Academy
Nate Brafford, Georgia Southern, jr. Rabun Gap-Nacoochee School
Ethan Kizer, South Alabama, so. Metamora
Rashaud Marshall, Arkansas State, so. Blytheville
Braylhan Thomas, Georgia Southern, fr. Gray Collegiate Academy


+Darington Hobson, New Mexico Decatur Christian
+Michael Nesbitt, New Mexico La Lumiere School
+Obij Aget, New Mexico La Lumiere School
+Anthony Bennett, UNLV Findlay Prep
+Goodluck Okonoboh, UNLV Tilton School
+Patrick Mc Caw, UNLV St. Louis CBC
+Winston Shepard, San Diego State Findlay Prep
+Torren Jones, Fresno State Chandler Basha
+Sam Logwood, New Mexico La Lumiere School
+Jalen James, San Jose State La Lumiere School
+Jaron Hopkins, Fresno State Chandler Basha
+Jordan Caroline, Nevada Champaign Central
+Jacob Theodosiou, Wyoming Western Reserve Academy
Braden Appelhans, New Mexico, so. Western Reserve Academy
Jehvion Starwood, Wyoming, fr. Yorkville Christian


+Elliot Lloyd, Northern Colorado Houston Klein Forest
+Gabe Rogers, Northern Arizona Houston Klein Forest
+Byron Fulton, Weber State Phoenix Saint Mary’s
+Donivine Stewart, Portland State Limestone
+Benas Griciunas, Eastern Washington Findlay Prep
+Chaz Glotta, Northern Colorado Fort Zumwalt North
+Usman Haruna, Montana State Jacksonville Potter’s House Christian
+Jared Stutzman, Idaho State Idaho Falls Bonneville
+Ivan Madunic, Southern Utah Jacksonville Arlington Country Day
+Brandon Davis, Sacramento State Mission Hills Bishop Alemany
+Keshaun Saunders, Portland State Orangeville Prep
Ismail Habib, Portland State, jr. Chicago Lincoln Park
Langston Reynolds, Northern Colorado, jr.  Colorado Prep
Brock Wisne, Northern Colorado, jr. Colorado Prep
Tyler Linhardt, Idaho, jr. Western Reserve Academy
Tichyque Musaka, Northern Arizona, so. St. Louis Christian Academy


+Tyrae Robinson, Ball State Gary Bowman
+Chris Bond, Ball State Gary Bowman
+Kameran Madison, Ball State Gary Bowman
+Paris Paramore, Central Michigan Chicago George Washington
+Charles Harris, Western Michigan Lake Forest Academy
+D.J. Cooper, Ohio Chicago Hales Franciscan
+Stan Wier, Buffalo La Lumiere School
+Kris Brewer, Kent State Brehm Prep
+Aaron Armstead, Northern Illinois Chicago Hales Franciscan
+Kurt Hall, Toledo North Chicago
+Brennen Woods, Northern Illinois Harvest Christian Academy
+James Thompson, Eastern Michigan Baton Rouge Parkview Baptist
+Antonio Williams, Kent State Proviso East
+TJ Smith, Toledo Wesley Christian School
+Isaiah Coleman-Lands, Miami (Ohio) La Lumiere School
+Demarius Jacobs, Ball State Chicago Uplift
+Bryson Tatum, Miami (Ohio) Urbana
+Derik Pranger, Eastern Michigan Colorado Prep
+Anderson Mirambeaux, Miami (Ohio) Redemption Christian
Shaedon Simpson, Central Michigan, so. Lake Forest Academy
Joey Hart, Ball State, so. Linton-Stockton


+Alonzo Edwards, North Texas Houston Klein Forest
+Roger Franklin, North Texas Duncanville
+Kevin Kaspar, Western Kentucky Findlay College Prep
+George Matthews, Texas-San Antonio Phoenix St. Mary’s
+Andrew Drone, Rice Gallatin County
+Beas Hamga, UAB Decatur Christian
+Najja Hunter, Rice Westtown School
+Lewis Sullivan, UAB Hazel Green
+KeVaughn Ellis, Florida Atlantic Sunrise Christian Academy
+Jhivvan Jackson, Texas-San Antonio Euless Trinity
+Dontrell Shuler, Middle Tennessee State Legacy Charter School
+Justin Brown, UAB Spain Park
+Mario McKinney, Texas-El Paso St. Louis Vashon
+Juwan Perdue, Jacksonville State Sumter Lakewood
+Barry Dunning, UAB McGill-Toolen
+Jared Coleman-Jones, Middle Tennessee State Potter’s House Christian
Mason Nicholson, Jacksonville State, sr. Gary West Side
Ty Mosley, Middle Tennessee State, sr. Chicago Orr
@Torr Sorensen, Liberty Western Reserve Academy


+Tyler Les, UC-Davis Peoria Notre Dame
+Olalekan Ajayi, Cal State-Northridge Quality Education Academy
+Evan Payne, Long Beach State Huntington Prep
+D.J. Mc Donald, UC-Riverside Bishop Alemany
+Brandon Cyrus, UC-Santa Barbara La Lumiere School
+Brendan Harrick, Cal State-Northridge Anaheim Esperanza
Antwan Robinson, Cal State-Fullerton, so. St. Louis Vashon


+Larry Stone, IUPUI Indianapolis Howe
+Kevin Rose, IUPUI Indianapolis Howe
+Elijah Ray, IUPUI Gary Bowman
+Kam Rowan, Western Illinois Champaign Central
+Noah Wells, Western Illinois Champaign Central
+Cylk Joseph, IP- Fort Wayne Gary Bowman
+Dylan Miller, North Dakota State Hillsboro
+Marcus Watson, Western Illinois Chicago Morgan Park
+Rod Johnson, Western Illinois Sun Prairie
+JJ Flores, Western Illinois Harvest Christian Academy
+George Dixon, Western Illinois Milwaukee Riverside University
+Artese Stapleton, UM-Kansas City Chicago Kenwood
+Issac McBride, Oral Roberts Little Rock Baptist Prep
Josh Pickett, Denver, fr. St. Laurence


+Nevell Provo, Loyola-Maryland Huntington Prep
+Tray Webster, Army-West Point Montgomery Carver
+Liam Courtney, Colgate The Rise Centre Academy
+Nick Finke, Army-West Point Champaign Central
+Christian Lorng, American Wesley Christian School


+Jamaal Day, South Carolina State Wilkinson County
+Julian Washington, Howard Peoria Manual
+Michael Harper, Coppin State Milwaukee Custer
+Lawrence Fejokwu, Coppin State Sunrise Christian Academy
+Michael Tuitt, Hampton Chicago Boys to Men Academy
+Dwight Meikle, Hampton Quality Education Academy
+Larry Bastfield, Morgan State Towson Catholic
+Jamie Adams, Florida A&M Chicago Hales Franciscan
+Jerran Foster, Florida A&M Quality Education Academy
+Joshea Singleton, North Carolina A&T Kinston
+Randy Holmes, Bethune-Cookman St. Louis Soldan
+Kalin Fisher, Hampton Proviso East
+Nelson Nweke, North Carolina A&T Grandview
+RayShawn Neal, South Carolina State Legacy Charter School
+Kent Thomas, Florida A&M Potter’s House Christian Academy
+Cameron Bowles, North Carolina Central Chicago Kenwood
+Kamron Reaves, Florida A&M Champaign Central
+Fred Cleveland, North Carolina Central Chicago Leo
+K’Jei Parker, Florida A&M Winter Haven
+Dhashon Dyson, Bethune-Cookman Chicago Corliss
Camian Shell, North Carolina A&T, jr. Winston-Salem Christian


+Brett Chance, Canisius Lake Howell
+Djibril Coulibaly, Manhattan Boys to Men Academy
+Paul Bayt, Manhattan Indianapolis Park Tudor
+Michael Haynes, Iona Chicago Washington
+Jordan Davis, Monmouth- NJ Tampa Sickles
+Marvin Jordan, Niagara Peoria Manual
+Derek Needham, Fairfield Chicago De La Salle
+Marcus Gilbert, Fairfield Academy of the New Church
+Malcolm Gilbert, Fairfield Academy of the New Church
+Richie Mitchell, Marist College Michigan City Marquette
+Steve Levnaic, Niagara The Rise Centre Academy
+Jordan Kellier, Siena Redemption Christian Academy
+Wheza Panzo, Iona St. Louis Christian Academy
+Joe Jones, Canisius Orangeville Prep
Justin Page, Niagara, so. Peoria Manual/East Peoria
Devin Brafford, Siena, fr. Rabun Gap-Nacoochee


+Brian Talley, Southern University Duncanville
+Brion Stafford, Texas Southern Humble Christian Life
+Will Clark, Texas Southern Rockwood Summit
+Joshua Friar, Texas Southern Trent InternationalE
+Pierre Andrews, Alabama A&M Chicago Washington
+Phillip Williams, Jackson State Chicago Hales Franciscan
+Janarius Middleton, Jackson State Greenwood Amanda Elzy
+Cortney Bell, Prairie View A&M Chicago Lincoln Park
+Rahkeem Lehaman, Alcorn State Greenwood Amanda Elzy
+Rahamanh Katumbusi, Alcorn State Chicago Kenwood
+Tony Armstrong, Alabama State Montgomery Carver
+Corvon Butler, Alabama State Champaign Central
+Jabari Alex, Mississippi Valley State Proviso East
+Kareem Wright, Grambling State St. Louis Christian Academy
+Tracy Burnett, Alabama A&M Huntsville Lee
+Evan Wiley, Alabama A&M Huntsville Lee
+Travon Bunch, Grambling State St. Louis Christian Academy
+Ty Chisom, Prairie View A&M Proviso East
+Danya Kingsby, Grambling State Arlington Country Day
+Brandon Powell, Alabama A&M Huntsville Lee
+Treyon Johnson, Jackson State Proviso West
+Chase Adams, Jackson State Chicago Orr
+Jalen Johnson, Grambling State Indianapolis Manual
+Terrence Lewis, Grambling State Milwaukee Riverside University
Lorenzo Downey, Alabama A&M, sr. The Rise Centre Academy
Delyle Williams, Jackson State, so. St. John Bosco
Anthony Sellars, Arkansas-Pine Bluff, fr. Quality Education Academy


+Alec Peters, Valparaiso Washington
+Keith Carter, Valparaiso Proviso East
+Jelani Poston, Illinois-Chicago Chicago Boys to Men Academy
+Josh Crittle, Illinois-Chicago Chicago Hales Franciscan
+Paris Burns, Illinois-Chicago Proviso East
+Josh Mc Coy, Cleveland State Fort Zumwalt South
+Jeremy Montgomery, Cleveland State Chicago Lincoln Park
+Paris Gulley, UW-Milwaukee Peoria Manual
+Evan Richard, UW-Milwaukee Cuba City
+Jordan Manual, Detroit-Mercy Indianapolis Howe
+Bobo Drummond, Wright State La Lumiere School
+David Jesperson, UW-Green Bay Merrill
+Dominique Matthews, Illinois-Chicago Chicago St. Rita
+Darrell Riley, Detroit-Mercy Milwaukee North Division
+Nick Rogers, IUPUI, sr. Trader’s Point Christian Academy
+Godwin Boahen, Illinois-Chicago St. Louis Christian Academy
+JayQuan Mc Cloud, UW-Green Bay North Chicago
+Deon Ejim, Illinois-Chicago The Rise Centre Academy
+Rob “R.J.” Howard, Illinois-Chicago Michigan City
+Algevon Eichelberger, Cleveland State La Lumiere School
+Shaun Williams, Illinois-Chicago Hazelwood Central
+Jalen Moore, Oakland Cloverdale
+Donavan Short, UW-Green Bay Denmark
+Tim Finke, Wright State Champaign Central
+Bryson Langdon, Youngstown State Chicago Kenwood
Tae Williams, Cleveland State, sr. Chicago Orr
KJ DeBrick, Cleveland State, jr. Springfield Lanphier
David Douglas jr., UW-Green Bay, so. Yorkville Christian
Grant Welch, Illinois-Chicago, so. Moline
MJ Stackhouse, UW-Milwaukee, fr. Indian Trail Academy


+Mangok Mathiang, Louisville Carbondale Brehm Prep
+Clay Holloway, Louisville Chicago Boys to Men Academy
+Sterling Brown, SMU Proviso East
+Shawn Williams, SMU Duncanville
+Calvin Godfrey, Memphis Milwaukee Custer
+Kedren Johnson, Memphis Marshall County
+Chris Harris, Houston Houston Madison
+Kevin Zhang, Tulane La Lumiere School
+Quentin Grimes, Houston College Park
+Isiah Jasey, SMU Sunrise Christian Academy
+Kendric Davis, Memphis Sam Houston MSTC
+Franklin Agunanne, SMU St. Louis Christian Academy
+JJ Taylor, Memphis Chicago Morgan Park
+Jaykwon Walton, Memphis Montgomery Carver
+Cam Hayes, East Carolina Greensboro Smith
Emory Lanier, SMU, jr. Woodward Academy
Quante Berry, Temple, so. Winston-Salem Christian


+Alex Mayfield, SIU-Edwardsville O’Fallon
+Charles Joy, SIU-Edwardsville O’Fallon
+Patrick Miller, Tennessee State Chicago Hales Franciscan
+Mike Liabo, Tennessee-Martin Carbondale Brehm Prep
+B.J. Mc Laughlin, Tennessee-Martin Hazelwood Central
+Myles Taylor, Tennessee-Martin Little Rock Hall
+Terrence Durham, Tennessee-Martin Brehm Prep
+Paul Mc Roberts, Southeast Missouri State St. Louis Soldan
+Trae Anderson, Eastern Illinois Hazelwood Central
+Anthony Pratt, Eastern Kentucky St. Louis Christian Academy
+De Juan Marrero, Morehead State Gary Bowman Academy
+Darreon Reddick, Tennessee State Belleville East
+Detrick Mostella, Jacksonville State La Lumiere School
+Zach Glotta, Austin Peay State Fort Zumwalt North
+Armani Chaney, Tennessee State Chicago St. Rita
+Aboubacar Diallo, Eastern Illinois St. Louis Christian Academy
+Maurice Dunlap, Jacksonville State Greenwood Amanda Elzy
+Ty Taylor, Eastern Kentucky Grandview
+Zeke Moore, SIU-Edwardsville St. Louis Riverview Gardens
+Iziah James, SIU-Edwardsville Cape Henry Collegiate
+Darian Adams, Jacksonville State Montgomery Carver
+Manny Patterson, Southeast Missouri State Chicago Kenwood
+Carlos Curtis, SIU-Edwardsville Milwaukee Riverside University
+Mamadou Diarra, Tennessee Tech St. Louis Christian Academy
+Will Shumpert, Eastern Illinois Belleville West
+Parker Stewart, UT-Martin Union City
+Adong Makuoi, Tennessee State The Rise Centre Academy
+Josh Mitchell, Southeast Missouri State Tupelo
+Dylan Branson, Southeast Missouri State St. Louis Mehlville
+Quinlan Bennett, Western Illinois Proviso East
+DeAntoni Gordon, Little Rock Mobile LeFlore
+Tommie Williams, Lindenwood Belleville West
+Justus Jackson, UT-Martin Goodyear Millennium
Isaac Haney, Austin Peay State, sr. Dora
Nick Hittle, Southern Indiana, sr. Culver Academies
Hansel Enmanuel, Austin Peay State, jr. Life Christian Academy
Brian Taylor, SIU-Edwardsville, jr. St. Louis DeSmet Jesuit
Rob Martin, Southeast Missouri State, jr. St. Louis CBC