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Top Players: Chicago Gorden Tech Sectional

Brian Stinnette
February 18, 2004

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Here is a listing of the top players who will be in action at the Chicago Gordon Tech Sectional in the Illinois Class AA State Tournament. Jamarcus Ellis, Ollie Bailey, Chris Singletary and Sherron Collins head the list. Players are listed alphabetically complete with a scouting report.

Player Class Height Position School
Ollie Bailey 2004 6-7 Power Forward Chicago Farragut
Rutgers recruit. A strong and powerful prescence in the paint. Enjoys contact and banging inside. Enjoying a very strong senior season.
Jason Bowden-Key 2004 6-1 Shooting Guard Chicago Prosser
A shooter with range. Capable of scoring in bunches.
Alex Brzozowicz 2005 6-2 Guard/Forward Chicago St. Ignatius
Very nice player. A big factor in St. Ignatius’ strong season.
Sherron Collins 2006 5-10 Point Guard Chicago Crane
A superb floor leader. Has skills and passing instincts far beyond his years. Always delivers the basketball exactly where it is supposed to be.
Patrick Curry 2004 5-10 Point Guard Chicago Orr
Super-quick point guard capable of putting up big numbers.
Mike Davis 2005 6-7 Power Forward Chicago Gordon Tech
A long and athletic post. Solid rebounder capable of mixing it up inside.
Jamarcus Ellis 2004 6-4 Guard/Forward Chicago Westinghouse
A superb all-around talent. Does some of everything on the basketball court. An elite player offesively and defensively.
Terrence Johns 2004 6-2 Small Forward Chicago Orr
Consistently puts up big point and rebound numbers.
Max Kaplan 2005 6-0 Guard Chicago St. Ignatius/TD>
A heady ballplayer who can really shoot it.
Tyrone Kent 2005 6-4 Small Forward Chicago Crane
An offensive force. Gets points everywhere on the floor.
Chris Lee 2004 6-5 Small Forward Chicago Gordon Tech
Excellent athlete. Very active of the floor.
Jonathan Montgomery 2007 6-2 Point Guard Chicago
Just a freshman. Nice size and skill package.
Perrick Robinson 2004 6-0 Point Guard Chicago Prosser
A heady penetrator with solid passing and ballhandling skills.
Chris Singletary 2006 6-3 Guard Chicago Farragut
A true “power” guard. Mature beyond his years. An overpowering player when the ball in his hands.
DeAndre Thomas 2005 6-7 Power Forward Chicago Westinghouse
Big and strong inside. Capable of dominating the post when he gets an adequate amount of touches.
Michael Thompson 2007 5-10 Shooting Guard Chicago Lincoln Park
Just a freshman. Better than 18 points per contest.
Sterling Williams 2004 6-5 Shooting Guard Chicago Whitney Young
Northwestern recruit. Excellent size. Very versatile. A shooter with range.