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Marvin Bagley Retains #1 Ranking In 2018
by Zachary Lyon, Future150 (2:15 PM CT, Wed June 22, 2016)
Marvin Bagley remains the #1 prospect in the 2018 rankings.
Marvin Bagley remains the #1 prospect in the 2018 rankings.
Zachary Lyon
Zachary Lyon:

Future150 Regional Analyst. Covering high and middle school basketball: NC, SC & VA

Birmingham, AL (Future150) -- The summer months are officially upon us, and with that, so are the annual Future150 rankings updates. In just three short weeks, teams of prospects will head back out onto the AAU circuit in search of offers and championships.

Marvin Bagley Remains #1 In The Loaded 2018 Class

There were many prospects who saw their stock explode in the 2018 class after the spring live period, but no one could quite dethrone Marvin Bagley from the top. 

Bagley continues to amaze scouts and coaches with his ultimate versatility and athleticism along with his elite size. He has been nothing short of impressive and exciting to watch in the EYBL where he's going against top-tier talent game in and game out. 

There are obvioulsy plenty of supremely talented players in this class, but Bagley still has the top spot safely secured. 

Stocks Exploding 

Two amazing athletes and dominant playmakers jumped into the top five, with shooting guard Romeo Langford and combo forward Zion Williamson coming in at #2 and #5, respectively. 

Langford showcased his elite athleticism, ridiculous scoring abilities, and tough-nosed defense on the Adidas Gauntlet Circuit and earned offers from Duke, Kansas, and Kentucky. While Williamson displayed a dominant inside/out game, and crushed everyone on the glass. He continues to rack up offers and now is up to 27 schools on his list. 

Climbing The Ladder

Several prospects saw their national rankings improve throughout the spring. West coast forward Miles Norris (#13), Minnesota point guard Tre Jones (#21), North Carolina floor general Devon Dotson (#32), Southern California forward Taeshon Cherry (#41) & New York City center Moses Brown (#48) all are safely into the top 50 after standing out during the spring.

Welcome To The Rankings

There are several newcomers to the class of 2018 national rankings. Some of the highest rated of these prospects include; North Carolina point man Coby White (#27), Ohio forward Darius Bazley (#45), Chicago floor general Ayo Dosunmu (#60) & New York power wing Jeenathan Williams (#100).
 

For the complete listing of our updated Class of 2018 national rankings, CLICK HERE.

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