St. Anthony's (NJ) 2007-08 season was filmed for the documentary, The Street Stops Here. Five years later, here is what has become of the players featured in the film.
Tyshawn Taylor. Taylor was a four-year starter at Kansas amassing a 127-21 record with four Big 12 regular-season titles, two Big 12 tourney championships, two NCAA Elite Eights and one Final Four. He was a 2nd round draft pick (traded to New Jersey) and played 38 games this season for the Nets.
Mike Rosario. Rosario played two years at Rutgers and two years at Florida. He scored over 1,700 points in his career.
Travon Woodall. Tray Woodall – who played four years at Pitt – missed most of his first year with a severe knee injury, and battled a bad stomach injury during his junior season. Like Rosario, he's currently trying to find a home in professional basketball. Neither are expected to be taken in the 2013 NBA draft.
Jio Fontan. Fontan began his career at Fordham before transferring to USC. Like Woodall he also suffered a sever knee injury and missed a season. He graduated this year.
AJ Rogers. The third member of the St. Anthony class to transfer, Rogers began at St. Joe's and ended up at Norfolk State, where he was a role player and graduated this year.
Alberto Estwick. Estwick played four years at Fordham, and graduated in 2012. He is currently playing professionally in Puerto Rico.