After earning All-Region honors at Woodward, Chester left Atlanta for Burlington, North Carolina, signing on with the Elon Phoenix. Elon finished 18-14 last year, but Chester did not play any minutes for the team. He'll look for a bigger role as a sophomore.
Noah Dickerson — Junior, Washington (Lovett, North Atlanta)
Toomer contributed to Bucknell right away as a rookie, playing in every game and scoring in 23 of them. The 6-foot-3 guard helped the Bison win the Patriot League, tallying nine rebounds, six assists, two steals and three points in the title game. He also saw playing time in Bucknell's NCAA tournament loss to West Virginia. Toomer was ranked as a two-star prospect coming out of Grady, and picked the Bison over Wofford, New Hampshire, Furman, Jacksonville and Kennesaw State. Toomer shot 35 percent from behind the arc last season, and had his highest scoring game against Army, notching 11 points.
Just outside the perimeter:
Jules Erving — Freshman, California (Holy Inncocents)
Danny Lewis — Freshman, Central Florida (Westlake)
Chuma Okeke — Freshman, Auburn (Westlake)
Darryl Stewart Jr. — R-Junior, New Hampshire (Holy Innocents)
Raquan Wilkins — Sophomore, East Carolina (Westlake)
There are a few guys in college basketball this year who claim Atlanta as their hometown, but played their high school ball somewhere else.
Ross Young is a 6-foot-7 forward for Mount St. Mary's, but he played his high school hoops in Washington D.C. at the Sidwell Friends School. Shawntrez Davis, who shot 47 percent from three-point range for Bethune Cookman last season, claims Atlanta as his hometown, but prepped at the Sound Doctrine Christian Acadmey in LaGrange. Damon Wilson calls Atlanta his hometown, but played his high school ball at Our Savior New American in New York. Wilson started his college career at Pittsburgh, but has returned to Atlanta and is now playing for Georgia State.