In this Dec. 5, 2012 photo, Mooseheart High School's Makur Puou (32) reacts to his slam dunk during a high school basketball game against Hinckley-Big Rock in Hinckley, Ill. Puou is one

 

              In this Dec. 5, 2012 photo, Mooseheart High School
In this Dec. 5, 2012 photo, Mooseheart High School's Makur Puou (32) reacts to his slam dunk during a high school basketball game against Hinckley-Big Rock in Hinckley, Ill. Puou is one of four Sudanese athletes who find themselves center court of a controversy in suburban Chicago over high schools recruiting athletes. The Illinois High School Association board will consider Monday, Dec. 10 whether the three basketball players and a cross-country runner are ineligible to continue competing for Mooseheart. The century-old school says it accepted the students as part of its tradition of helping troubled and poor students, but the ISHA's executive director determined that it broke a prohibition against recruiting athletes after accepting the young men from an Indiana outfit called A-HOPE, an Indiana-based foundation whose founder has drawn NCAA scrutiny. (AP Photo/Daily Herald, Laura Stoecker) MANDATORY CREDIT, MAGS OUT, TV OUT