Sanders will play for the Blue team and Murray will represent the White team at the annual showcase of South Jersey's top seniors Sunday at Rutgers-Camden.
Shawnee's Dean Noll, Timber Creek's Maurice Murray, Haddonfield's Mike DePersia, Woodbury's Aaron Estrada and Wildwood Catholic's Caleb Fields earn top honors in their respective groups.
With more snow on the way, teams are looking at a serious shortage of outdoor workouts before March 31 opening day.
The junior swingman is a key reserve for the Ironmen, who have advanced to the Tournament of Champions title game vs. Roselle Catholic.
The Bulldawgs, Thundering Herd and Irish all reached the state finals this season with teams powered by juniors such as Mike DePersia, Aaron Estrada and Baba Ajike among others.
Led by senior captains Daevon Robinson, Dean Noll and Dylan Deveney, the Renegades completed a remarkable two-season run with 58 victories, two sectional titles, a state crown and the No. 1 spot in the final rankings.
Senior guard Dean Noll scored 24 points in his final game for the Group 4 state champions.
The standout players have been injured most of the season but have emerged as semi-assistant coaches for the Group 4 state champions.
Nottingham, the Group 3 champion, finished the game on a 14-2 run to pull away from the Group 2 champion Bulldawgs.
I've learned many lessons in my two years in college that I wish I would have learned in high school. It would have saved me a lot of stress.
The annual showcase of South Jersey's top senior players is set for March 25 at Rutgers-Camden.
His teams were 118-36 in five seasons at South Jersey's most fabled program but were unable to capture a state title.
The junior has been a key player for football and basketball teams that won championships without playing a home game because of construction at the school.