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The Cleveland Cavalier select Andrew Wiggins with the #1 pick in the 2014 NBA draft!
Anthony Davis is the ToC’s first NBA All-Star!
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The All-Time ToC team is named, honoring the Stars from Central Illinois
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Two ToC Champions also went on to win their respective State Championships this past March.  The Montgomery Carver Wolverines finished the season with a 28-4 record and captured the 5A State Title in Alabama.  Head Coach James Jackson has won two state titles after participating in the ToC! 

In Virginia, the Cape Henry Collegiate Dolphins won the Virginia Independent State Title.  The Dolphins finished the season with a 31-2 record and #3 National Ranking in the MaxPreps Poll.

Potter’s House-FL, Westtown School- PA and Campti Lakeview-LA all finished in 2nd place in their respective state finals.  Several other ToC teams had spectacular seasons, including the Washington Panthers who finished 25-4 and a Mid-Illini Conference Title.

The Top 10 Teams from the 2015 ToC

1) Cape Henry Collegiate, VA   (31-2) Virginia Independent School Champions
2) Montgomery Carver, AL  (28-4) Alabama 5A State Champions
3)  Westtown School, PA  (22-6)   
4)  St. Louis Christian, MO  (18-7)  
5)  Chicago Kenwood, IL  (22-6)  
6)  Neenah, WI  (21-5)  
7)  Washington, IL  (25-4)  
8)  Campti Lakeview, LA  (28-5)  
9)  Potter’s House Christian, FL  (15-11)  
10)  Houston Madison, TX  (26-9)  



Former ToC Alumns- Branden Dawson (Gary Lew Wallace) and Tum Tum Nairn (Sunrise Christian Academy) helped lead their Michigan State Spartans to the NCAA Final Four! 

The 2015 ToC All-America Team

1st Team

6’9” Sr. Rakeem Christmas, Syracuse

6’5” Jr. Malcolm Brogdon, Virginia

6’4” Jr. Buddy Hield, Oklahoma

6’7” Jr. Georges Niang, Iowa State

6’6” Sr. Branden Dawson, Michigan State


2nd Team

5’11” Jr.  Yogi Ferrell, Indiana

6’4”  So.  Nigel Williams-Goss, Washington

6’9”  So.  Alec Peters, Valparaiso

6’6”  Sr.  Sir’Dominic Pointer, St. John’s

6’4”  Jr.  Roosevelt Jones, Butler



Anthony Davis of the New Orleans Pelicans was elected to play in his 2nd NBA All-Star Game.  Davis is averaging 25 points, 10 rebounds and a league leading 3 blocked shots per game.

Andrew Wiggins of the Minnesota Timberwolves is the unanimous prediction for the NBA Rookie of the Year Award.  Wiggins is averaging 16 points and 6 rebounds per game for the T-Wolves.

De Andre Jordan of the Los Angeles Clippers was not elected to the NBA All-Star Game despite leading the NBA in Rebounding (13.9 rpg), Field Goal Percentage (71.4%) and Dunks! 

Jabari Brown of the Los Angeles Lakers became the 22nd NBA player from the Tournament of Champions.



The following players are projected as 2015 NBA Draft Picks in June.

Myles Turner, Texas, 6’11” Fr. Projected 1st Round (7-15)
Buddy Hield, Oklahoma, 6’4” Jr. Projected 1st Round (22-30)
Rakeem Christmas, Syracuse, 6’9” Sr. Projected 2nd Round (31-40)
Branden Dawson, Michigan State, 6’6” Sr. Projected 2nd Round (35-50)
Sir’Dominic Pointer, St. John’s, 6’6” Sr. Projected 2nd Round (50-60)


Other Possible Early Entries include:

Xavier Rathan-Mayes, Florida State, 6’4” Fr.

Yogi Ferrell, Indiana, 5’11” Jr.

Malcolm Brogdon, Virginia, 6’5” Jr.

Nigel Williams-Goss, Washington, 6’4” So.


Stay tuned for exciting news about the upcoming 10th Anniversary issue of the ToC!