Chart: Top boys' basketball talent in the Class of 2014

  • Updated: January 24, 2013 - 7:10 PM

Seniors in the shadow

Sometimes lost in the attention heaped on nationally touted juniors Tyus Jones, Rashad Vaughn and Reid Travis is an impressive class of Minnesota's seniors. Here are nine who are expected to play at Division I schools in the 2013-14 season.

• Graham Woodward, Edina, committed to

Penn State

• Riley Dearring, Minnetonka, committed

to Wisconsin

• Quinton Hooker, Park Center, committed

to North Dakota

• Carson Shanks, Prior Lake, committed to Utah State

• Reggie Lynch, Edina, committed to

Illinois State

• Ben Oberfield, Eastview, committed to Bucknell

• Connor Voss, St. Cloud Cathedral,

committed to Columbia

• Logan Doyle, Alexandria, committed to

South Dakota State

• Anders Broman, Lakeview Christian Academy (Duluth), committed to South Dakota State

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Miami - LP: M. Dunn 1 FINAL
Atlanta - WP: D. Carpenter 3
Arizona - WP: T. Cahill 7 FINAL
Chicago Cubs - LP: P. Strop 5
San Francisco 8 Top 10th Inning
Colorado 8
Texas - WP: M. Perez 3 FINAL
Oakland - LP: S. Gray 0
Houston - LP: J. Fields 3 FINAL
Seattle - WP: F. Rodney 5
Cincinnati - A. Simon 6:05 PM
Pittsburgh - C. Morton
LA Angels - J. Weaver 6:05 PM
Washington - G. Gonzalez
Kansas City - J. Vargas 6:05 PM
Cleveland - J. Masterson
Baltimore - C. Tillman 6:07 PM
Toronto - D. McGowan
Chicago WSox - A. Rienzo 6:08 PM
Detroit - D. Smyly
St. Louis - M. Wacha 6:10 PM
NY Mets - J. Niese
Minnesota - M. Pelfrey 6:10 PM
Tampa Bay - J. Odorizzi
NY Yankees - M. Pineda 6:10 PM
Boston - J. Lackey
San Diego - T. Ross 7:10 PM
Milwaukee - K. Lohse
Philadelphia - C. Hamels 9:10 PM
Los Angeles - Z. Greinke
Charlotte 6:00 PM
Miami
Dallas 7:00 PM
San Antonio
Portland 8:30 PM
Houston
Pittsburgh 6:00 PM
Columbus
Anaheim 7:00 PM
Dallas
St. Louis 8:30 PM
Chicago
Houston 6:30 PM
Red Bull New York

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