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1994-95 IHSA Boys AA State Tournament

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Produced by Roox Limited Corporation, this set presents the final sixteen Boys AA teams that participated in the Illinois High School Association March Madness Tournament. Just 1,000 sets of each team were produced at tournament time. Measuring the standard size, the borderless fronts feature a mix of color or black-and-white, action or posed player photos. A gold-shaded bar across the top carries the player's name with the words "March Madness '95" i… [Read More]

Produced by Roox Limited Corporation, this set presents the final sixteen Boys AA teams that participated in the Illinois High School Association March Madness Tournament. Just 1,000 sets of each team were produced at tournament time. Measuring the standard size, the borderless fronts feature a mix of color or black-and-white, action or posed player photos. A gold-shaded bar across the top carries the player's name with the words "March Madness '95" in a brighter, thin yellow bar below it. The horizontal backs carry the player's name and high school; in addition, his position, height, weight, and class are printed across a faded picture of a basketball. Each set came with a title card, which is not included in the listing below. The set is checklisted below according to school. Some numbers are not used in this set, and there are two of #101 and #106. Some cards have no photos because they were unavailable. This set includes the first cards of Kevin Garnett, drafted by the Minnesota Timberwolves with the fifth pick in the 1995 NBA Draft. His high school teammate, Ronnie Fields (227), was first team all-state in basketball. Other athletes who will play sports at the collegiate level are Antonio "Chico" Brown (64; Illinois football); Tai Streets (106; Michigan football); Gary Bell (108; Notre Dame football); Willie Coleman (139; Bradley basketball); and Monte Jenkins (172; Southern Illinois basketball). [Collapse]

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