Morez Johnson, St. Rita (IL)
The 6’9 Illinois commit will be the headliner for this talented group hoping to again make some noise on the EYBL circuit. Johnson is a dominant force on both ends of the ball, capable of taking over games with his shot-blocking, emphatic dunks and intensity in general. Johnson will look to climb national rankings even further in the coming months. Potential five-star recruit when it’s all said and done.
Nojus Indrusaitis, St. Rita (IL)
The future Iowa State Cyclone and current highschool teammate of Johnson will be another star for this group. At 6’5, Indrusaitis is wired to score the ball. He scores it best from the outside and excels at pull-up jumpers after one or two dribbles, especially in the midrange.
Jurrell Baldwin, Hyde Park (IL)
During his junior season at Hyde Park, Baldwin established himself as a legit Division I recruit. This grassroots season he will look to build on some of that momentum. Baldwin is a 6’6 wing/forward that can stretch the floor and make plays off the bounce. Already offered by Murray State and St. Louis.
Carlos Harris, Curie (IL)
Harris will likely run the show and be one of, if not the main ball-handler for this Meanstreets squad. A heady lead guard at 6’2, he excels at making shots and creating off the bounce. Harris is being recruited by nearly every school in the state, holding offers
from Illinois, UIC, and Northern Illinois.
KJ Windham, Ben Davis (IN)
Windham returns to Meanstreets fresh off a state title run with Ben Davis. The 6’2 skilled combo guard will be a key member in the backcourt. Windham is a lefty shooter who will fill it up from deep and is a more than capable playmaker with sneaky athleticism. One of
Indiana’s top juniors; holds offers from IUPUI, Western Michigan, Northern Kentucky, and Akron.
Shaheed Solebo, Lane Tech (IL)
The 6’4 wing from the North Side has the potential to be a major x-factor. Solebo is an active defender and unselfish playmaker who thrives off of his athleticism and ability to finish around the rim. Holds offers from UIC and Illinois State.
Jeshawn Stevenson, Lindblom (IL)
Stevenson is still very much a sleeper in Chicago, but a big junior year at Lindblom earned him Fourth-Team All-City honors. The 6’4 guard will add depth and scoring to this roster. Was recently offered by Northern Illinois and St. Louis.