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Tinley Park High School’s Aa Reyon Munir-Jones, knifing his way through the Lincoln-Way West defense on Jan. 15, has welcomed the addition of super sophomore A.J. Casey and has thrived in recent weeks. PHOTOS BY JEFF VORVA/22ND CENTURY MEDIA
Phil Arvia, Freelance Reporter
8:26 am CST January 18, 2020

 

Aa Reyon Munir-Jones was going to be the man this season for Tinley Park.

A long and quick swingman, the then-freshman got a lot of court time for a senior-dominated Titans team in 2018-19. He was destined for a starring role as a sophomore.

Then came A.J. Casey, another sophomore who stood 6-foot-8, was a transfer from powerhouse Simeon and was tagged as the No. 16 10th-grader in the country by ESPN.com.