Dhamir Cosby-Roundtree, Neumann-Goretti. This 6-foot-9 senior is committed to Villanova and was a first-team all-Catholic League coaches' selection last year. He is a dominant shot blocker and rebounder who also possesses improving offensive skills.
Eddie Croswell, St. Joseph's Prep. A 6-foot-7 junior who led Math, Civics and Sciences Charter to a runner-up finish in last season's PIAA Class A championship, he possesses nimble feet and a knack for scoring down low.
Nick Alikakos, Episcopal Academy. The 6-foot-7 senior led the Inter-Ac in scoring last year, was named league MVP as a sophomore and is a tireless rebounder who has added outside shooting to his repertoire.
Daeqwon Plowden, Mastery North. The 6-foot-5 senior Bowling Green commit led the Pumas to a runner-up finish in the PIAA Class 2A finale as a junior. He has added improved ball handling to an offensive arsenal that already included three-point shooting, dunking and the ability to block shots on defense.
Koby Thomas, Imhotep. This 6-foot-7 senior Robert Morris commit blocks shots with aplomb, dunks with ease and runs the floor with alacrity.
John Bol Ajak, Church Farm. A sophomore 6-10, 205-pound power forward, he is a force inside the paint and a Division 1 college prospect.
Abraham Deng, Valley Forge Military Academy. The 6-10 junior forward/center has drawn interest from the likes of Connecticut, Temple, and St. Joseph's.
Eric Dixon, Abington. A sophomore, Dixon made a big rookie splash by averaging 15.5 points and seven boards for the Ghosts.
Matt Faw, Upper Merion. The senior Holy Cross recruit is ready for the Vikings' inaugural season in the Pioneer Athletic Conference.
John Harrar, Strath Haven. The senior 6-9, 230-pounder is also a standout two-way end on the football team. He gives the Panthers a shot at top Central League honors.
Mark Flagg, Pennsbury. The senior leads the Falcons' bid to win the Suburban One League National Conference championship.
Clifton Moore, Hatboro-Horsham. The 6-10, 205-pound senior with a 7-3 wing span will continue his career at Indiana.
Anthony Ochefu, Westtown. The 6-8, 225-pound junior, a Stony Brook recruit, is the brother of former Villanova standout Daniel Ochefu.
Jamar Sudan, Chester. The senior played a key role in the Clippers' drive to a 22-8 mark and the PIAA District 1 Class 4A final.