While many of the top seniors in Illinois have made their college pick, though there are still plenty of quality players available in the state. Here are just five of the high-level seniors that remain uncommitted. 

Antoine Bloxton – G – Bogan High School
There are a few great guards in the city of Chicago this season and Bloxton is one of them. He has been having a monster senior season, which includes a 41-point performance just last week. The silky-smooth guard is so good attacking the basket. Has great moves and quickness to beat defenders off the dribble with ease and finish it from the mid-range and around the basket. 

Jayden Johnson – G/F – Batavia High School
Has good size at 6’6” and is one of the best shooters in the state. One of the more productive players in the Chicago area for some time now who has continued to round out his game. Lot to like about his game that translates to the next level. Was offered by Lewis University over the summer.

Dominic Martinelli – SF – Glenbrook South High School
One of the best pure scorers in the entire state but has continued to be overlooked. To date has a pair of offers from division two schools; Gannon University and Northern Michigan. The 6’5” wing just knows how to put the ball in the basket. Does so well maneuvering around defenders to get to the basket. 

Christian Shumate – SF – Bloom High School
Bouncy above the rim 6’6” forward that is having a big senior season with one of the top teams in the state. Just during this season, he has been able to earn himself offers Grand Canyon University, Northern Kentucky, Tennessee Tech, and Tulsa, in addition to several previous offers. His recruitment his starting to catch up to his talent level. 

Aquan Smart – PG – Niles North High School 
Once committed to East Tennessee State, Smart opened up his commitment back in December and immediately became one of the top available guards in the Midwest. He recently received his first Big 10 offer when Maryland offered him on a visit. The point guard is an electric playmaker that is so tough to stick with, gets to the rim with ease, can knockdown shots from deep, and scores it in bunches.