Greensburg Daily News, Greensburg, IN

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April 5, 2014

Pirate duo, coach in Top 60 Workouts

(Continued)

Greensburg —

Both sessions are open to the public for an admission charge of $7.

The 2014 Top 60 Workout invitees

Tyler Arens, Muncie Central

Justin Baker, Indianapolis Cathedral

Bret Barclay, Crown Point

Michael Beaty, Ben Davis

Trevon Bluiett, Park Tudor

Erik Bowen, Kokomo

Tyler Bryant, Center Grove

Micah Bullock, Barr-Reeve

Bo Burkhart, Evansville Bosse

Devonte Campbell, Culver Academies

Devin Chaudion, Fishers

Austin Clark, Switzerland County

Eric Davidson, Hamilton Southeastern

Mike Davis, Fort Wayne North

Terry Davis, South Bend Adams

Grant Evans, Wapahani

Perry Fairrow, Evansville Bosse

Josh Fleming, LaPorte

Daeshon Francis, Lawrence North

Conner Funkhouser, Avon

Jordan Furlow, Speedway

Jaren Hornbeak, Greenwood

Lucas Huffman, Franklin Central

Brad Hunt, Jennings County

Saikou Jallow, Bloomington North

Jacob Johnson, Mooresville

Tra’Veon Johnson, South Bend Washington

Mike Jones, Indianapolis Tech

Austin Keisling, Lewis Cass

Justin King, Bowman Academy

Brody Kirby, Frankfort

Aaron Korn, Frankton

Jaraan Lands, Warren Central

Bryce Lienhoop, Columbus East

Trevor Lockwood, McCutcheon

Trevor Lucas, Brownsburg

Kourtlandt Martin, Evansville Central

Leondre McBirth, New Albany

D.J. McCall, Fort Wayne Concordia

Steve McElvene, New Haven

Calvin McEwen, Clarksville

Bryant McIntosh, Greensburg

Cayman Meier, Castle

Mack Mercer, Plymouth

Justin Mitchell, Fort Wayne Wayne

Lucas Peters, Greenwood Christian

Chaz Schneider, Brownstown Central

Sean Sellers, Greensburg

Keenan Simmons, Michigan City

Grant Sims, Bloomington North

Christian, Smith, Frankfort

Cory Smith, North Harrison

Troy Spears, Martinsville

Tyler Thomas, Franklin

Mike Tillman, Richmond

Jeremie Tyler, Indianapolis Tech

Zack VanHook, Lowell

Elliott Welmer, Columbus North

Tyler Wideman, Lake Central

Tye Wilburn, Lake Central



Selected but injured

Ernie Duncan, Evansville Harrison

Tyler Jenkins, Hamilton Southeastern

Whit Rapp, Guerin Catholic

P.J. Thompson, Brebeuf Jesuit



Unable to participate

Collin Barthel, Indianapolis Cathedral

James Blackmon, Jr, Marion

Jordyn Bontrager, Westview

Aaron Brennan, Guerin Catholic

Jacob Foster, Wapahani

Keaton Hendricks, Bloomington South

Trey Lyles, Indianapolis Tech

Zach McRoberts, Carmel

Devon Merder, Heritage Hills

Tayler Persons, Kokomo

Nate Ritchie, Northridge

Jonathan Wilkinson, NorthWood

Zach Zurcher, NorthWood

— Daily News

 

 

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