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Giles Sits At Top of 2016 Rankings Update
by Brian Flinn, Future150 (11:56 AM CT, Tue September 29, 2015)
Josh Jackson looks poised to push Giles for the #1 spot
Josh Jackson looks poised to push Giles for the #1 spot
Brian Flinn
Brian Flinn:

Future150 National Recruiting Analyst. Covering high school basketball nationally.

It's that time of the year. The high school season is almost here, meaning it's time to release the Future150 updated rankings. The senior class is loaded this year, and it was a heated battle for the top spot. After deliberation, it was Oak HIll forward Harry Giles who held on the the poll position. 

Prolific Prep's Josh Jackson and Chaminade's Jayson Tatum were the main competition, while guys like Thon Maker, Malik Monk, and De'Aaron Fox all made compelling arguments for the top spot as well.

With all of the star power at the top, there are a number of other players who made significant jumps. Jonathan Isaac and Wenyen Gabriel both made jumps from the 80s into the top 20. While Frank Jackson jumped up 20 spots to #14

Duke commit Javin DeLaurier makes his debut in the rankings at # 41, Arizona State wing Sam Cunliffe  (# 51) makes his debut at as well. Taurean Thompson debuts at # 70 after transferring to Brewster Academy. Those three make their debuts at the highest spots, with a number of others making their debuts as well. 

There is a staggering amount of Future150 Alums in the top 150 in this update. 25 players that have come through our camps made it into the top 150, with Fox, Mario Kegler, and Matt Moyer leading the charge. 

Take a look at the full rankings here

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