Levan "Shawn" Alston, Haverford School

A 6-foot-4 sophomore guard, Alston has drawn the interest of Penn State, Temple, Villanova, and Xavier.

Hakeem Baxter, Philadelphia Electrical

The 6-2 senior guard is hearing from Delaware, Fairfield, Iona, Rider, and St. Peter's.

Gordon Bentley, Wissahickon

Bentley, a 6-2 senior, and fellow guard Chase Wilson, a 6-1 junior, return to the Trojans' starting lineup.

Mikal Bridges, Great Valley

Bridges, a 6-6 junior, and 6-4 senior wing Brad Sherry (13.9 ppg.) were first-team all-Ches-Mont League picks last season.

Terence Brown, Communications Tech

The Phoenix will look for inside scoring from Brown, a senior, and fellow 6-4 forward Hyking Brisbon.

Tyree Bynum, Penn Wood

The 5-10 senior point guard, bound for Texas Southern, averaged 10.9 points last season.

Karonn Davis, Friends' Central

Davis, a 6-2 senior guard, is one of the go-to scorers for the Phoenix in the post-Amile Jefferson era.

Rip Engel, Council Rock North

The Indians' catalyst, a 5-10 junior guard, has drawn interest from Brown, Bucknell, Columbia, and Dartmouth.

Rysheed Jordan, Vaux

The dynamic playmaker, ranked among the country's top 25 seniors, has narrowed his choices to St. John's, Temple, and UCLA.

Luke Kelly, Norristown

Kelly, a 6-0 senior wing guard, earned first-team all-Suburban One League American Conference honors last season.

Montana Mayfield, Abington Friends

The senior point guard leads the Kangaroos' bid for their first Friends Schools League championship since 2006.

Howard Sellars, Coatesville

The 6-1 senior guard and St. Peter's recruit transferred in from Church Farm, where he averaged 17 points last season.

Pat Smith, Archbishop Wood

The 6-4 junior wing guard, who averaged 18.5 points last season, has scholarship offers from Binghamton and Lafayette.

Amar Stukes, La Salle

Stukes, a 6-1 senior point guard and La Salle recruit, earned first-team all-Catholic League honors last season.

Zac Tillman, Shipley

The 6-9 senior center, a Monmouth recruit, will get scoring help from Matt Rodden, a 6-6 junior and transfer from La Salle.