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3A pregame

The five starters for the Concordia boys basketball team will playing college ball in the future, but the question for some is where and what sport?

Senior Marq Rogers is signed with Montana to play football and senior Ryan Gross will play basketball at Wabash.

Senior Brian Gremaux's future appears to be in college baseball.

Senior Thomas Starks has had a lot of interest for his services, including Boston College.

And then there is the lone junior, D.J. McCall.

McCall currently has an offer from Chicago State, but according to Cadet coach Josh Eggold, that number should go up with the team's deep postseason run.

Wherever the five are headed, the present is one more game, against Greensburg in the Class 3A state title game Saturday at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.

High School Sports Editor Greg Jones on prep sports.

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