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The 2010 documentary that chronicled a season with a legendary New Jersey high school basketball program will return to the spotlight this weekend. An updated version of "The Street Stops Here" along with a post-film roundtable with Hall of Fame coach Bobby Hurley, will air at 8 p.m. ET Sunday on ESPNU.
The four years since that magical 2007-08 St. Anthony season have brought some ups and downs for the players at the center of "The Street Stops Here." There's been adversity, injuries and transfers, as well as plenty of successes, with each one of these former high school stars becoming an integral part of his Division I program.
Dominic Cheek: The lone junior starter on the Friars has come into his own at Villanova. Cheek's production has increased each season, culminating in his current junior campaign with averages of 12.6 points and 4.0 rebounds as a starter for the Wildcats.
Jio Fontan: St. Anthony's former co-captain found success as a freshman starter at Fordham, averaging 15.3 points and 4.7 assists to earn Atlantic-10 All-Rookie honors. But he would play only five games for Fordham the next season before transferring to Southern California. After sitting out half the season per NCAA rules, Fontan put up 10.5 points as a starter for the Trojans. However, a torn ACL has forced him to sit out the entire 2011-12 season.
Mike Rosario: The McDonald's All-American has found success at two Division I programs. In his first year at Rutgers, Rosario averaged a team-high 16.2 points, good for fifth-best among the nation's freshmen. He then surpassed the 1,000-point mark as a sophomore for the Scarlet Knights. But before his junior season in 2010, Rosario transferred to Florida. After sitting out last season, the redshirt junior is putting up 7.9 points per game for the nationally ranked Gators.
Tyshawn Taylor: Taylor has played a key role for Kansas since his arrival in 2008. The guard was named to Big 12 All-Rookie Team after dropping 9.7 points per game and starting all but two games. After winning gold with the USA Basketball U-19 team in the 2009 FIBA World Championships, Taylor continued to contribute to the Jayhawks as a starter. As a senior, Taylor is having his best season with averages of 16.9 points and 5.1 assists.
Travon Woodall: Injuries have plagued the former Friars co-captain throughout his collegiate career. Woodall was forced to redshirt as a freshman following a severe knee injury. The injury bug struck again this past December, when a groin strain and abdominal tear sidelined Woodall for a month. He's since returned to lead Pittsburgh's push for an NCAA tournament bid, averaging 12.9 points and 6.5 assists.
Brandon Parker covers high school sports for ESPNHS magazine and ESPNHS.com. Follow him on Twitter @brandoncparker or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.