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2015 Update: Point Guards Dominate Latest Rankings
by Jason Pratt, Future150 (8:16 PM CT, Wed March 13, 2013)
2015 PG Nych Smith and Kevaughn Allen headline.
2015 PG Nych Smith and Kevaughn Allen headline.
Jason Pratt
Jason Pratt:

Future150 Senior Recruiting Analyst. Covering high school basketball nationally.

Nashville, TN (Future150) -- As we gear up for another season traveling the AAU circuit, or what I like to call, "the proving grounds", It's time we update the national 2015 rankings based on play during the high school season.

There was some shuffling at the top, most notably the rise of Thomas Bryantwho checks in at #4 in the country.

The top prospect on the west coast, Ivan Rabb, continues to rise in our national rankings with his dominating sophomore season at Bishop O'Dowd High School (CA). He now checks in at #2 in the country.

Here's a closer look at our newest Top 5...

1.) Malik Newman -The Mississippi combo guard remains our king of the class. Averaging 23.4 points and 5.3 rebounds per game.

2.) Ivan Rabb- 6'9" power forward is averaging 20+ points and 12+ rebounds per game this season.

3.) Diamond Stone - A 6'10" double-double machine who already has offers from historic programs Indiana and UCLA.

4.) Thomas Bryant The Rochester, NY combo forward has taken a meteoric rise to the top of the rankings. High-upside prospect.

5.) King McClure - Powerful combo guard averaged 21.3 points, 6.0 rebounds, 4.1 assists, and 3.9 steals per game this season.

Checking in at #6 is California point guard Marcus LoVett. Isaiah Briscoe lands at #7. Las Vegas big man Stephen Zimmerman moves up a spot to #8 in the country.

Georgia small forward Kejuan Johnson checks in at #9, and rounding out the Top 10 is Texas wing Mickey Mitchell, who is recoving from ACL surgery. 

A few players who made significant jumps in the rankings were Chicago prospect Charles Matthews (#14), Jessie Govan (#24), Montaque Gill-Caesar (#33), and Prince Ali (#42).

To see a full list of the Future150 updated rankings for the class of 2015, Click Here.....

* Contributing to our 2015 rankings update were GM/ Senior National Recruiting Analyst Jason Pratt, Assistant GM/National Recruiting Analyst Eric Hampford, National Recruiting Analyst Garrett Tucker, Northeast Recruiting Analyst Brian Flinn, and West Coast Recruiting Analyst Frank Woodford. 

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