High School Preseason Rankings

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High School Preseason Rankings 

Post#1 » by jman3134 » Sat Nov 12, 2011 6:57 pm

http://www.maxpreps.com/news/mlGT0P5-Ee ... nkings.htm

The fact that no New Jersey program is in the top 5 to me signals that these rankings are off. Anderson's St Anthony's squad is a top 5 team without a doubt.
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Re: High School Preseason Rankings 

Post#2 » by john2jer » Tue Nov 15, 2011 4:56 pm

Little surprised there was no mention of Hopkins, even in an honorable mention. 3 straight state championships, consistently turning out D1 players. Bit of a down year for them this year as far as big named players, but they're always reloading. They'll likely compete for a 4th straight state championship again this year.

Watched an AAU team of 9th grade kids that are all coincidentally transfering to Hopkins this year completely dominate a JV fall tournament.

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Re: High School Preseason Rankings 

Post#3 » by DEEP3CL » Sun Dec 18, 2011 3:27 am

Mater Dei is garbage, don't see how in hell they ranked them 3rd. This school gets to continually still talent from other schools on a yearly basis. They fatten their record on schools that can't compete. Then come playoffs since here in California you have to play schools according to enrollment size, they get rolled by the schools who actually have the athletes to beat them.
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