Final 2003 Top 100

Luol Deng would have been the top player in the country if it weren't for a guy named LeBron. Here's our final Top 100 from the Class of 2003.

TABLE BORDER=0 width=100%>RkPosNameHT/WTCommit School 1SGLeBron James
(St. Vincent-St. Mary) Akron, OH6-8/225NBA 2SFLuol Deng
(Blair Academy) Blairstown, NJ6-8/215Duke 3PFNdudi Ebi
(Westbury Christian) Houston, TX6-9/195Arizona/NBA 4CDavid Padgett
(Reno) Reno, NV6-9/210Kansas 5SGShannon Brown
(Proviso East) Maywood, IL6-3/185Michigan State 6CKendrick Perkins
(Ozen) Beaumont, TX6-9/245Memphis/NBA 7SFCharlie Villanueva
(Blair Academy) Blairstown, NJ6-9/210TBD/NBA 8PFLeon Powe
(Oakland Tech) Oakland, CA6-7/215California 9PGChris Paul
(West Forsyth) Clemmons, NC5-11/160Wake Forest 10PGMustafa Shakur
(Friends Central) Wynnewood, PA6-3/170Arizona 11CBrian Butch
(West) Appleton, WI7-0/225Wisconsin 12CJames Lang
(Central Park Christian) Birmingham, AL6-10/305NBA 13PFLinas Kleiza
(Montrose Christian) Rockville, MD6-7/245TBD 14PF/SFBrandon Bass
(Capitol) Baton Rouge, LA6-7/225LSU 15SFVakeaton Wafer
(Heritage Christian) Cleveland, TX6-5/210Florida St. 16SG/SFDorell Wright
(Leuzinger) Los Angeles, CA6-7/190Prep School 17SFTravis Outlaw
(Starkville) Starkville, MS6-8/195Mississippi State/NBA 18PFKris Humphries
(Hopkins) Hopkins, MN6-8/210TBD 19SF/PFTrevor Ariza
(Westchester) Los Angeles, CA6-8/205UCLA 20SF/SGOlu Famutimi
(Northwestern) Flint, MI6-5/195Arkansas 21SFJR Giddens
(Marshall) Oklahoma City, OK6-5/185Kansas 22SGMichael Jones
(Thayer Academy) Dorcester, MA6-4/185Maryland 23SGDion Harris
(Redford) Detroit, MI6-4/175Michigan 24SFDemetris Nichols
(St. Andrews) Barrington, RI6-7/205Syracuse 25CDarryl Watkins
(Paterson Catholic) Paterson, NJ6-11/235Syracuse 26SFSean Banks
(Bergen Catholic) Oradell, NJ6-8/195Memphis 27SFRegis Koundjia
(Laurinburg Prep) Laurinburg, NC6-7/185LSU 28SG/PGBrandon Cotton
(St. Martin DePorres) Detroit, MI6-0/165Michigan State 29PGAndrew Lavender
(Brookhaven) Columbus, OH5-7/150Oklahoma 30CMartin Iti
(Mount Zion) Durham, NC6-10/235Charlotte 31SGGuillermo Diaz
(Miami Christian) Miami, FL6-1/175Miami-FL 32SGRichard McBride
(Lanphier) Springfield, IL6-3/205Illinois 33CJackie Butler
(McComb) McComb, MS6-9/260Mississippi State 34SGTaurean Minor
(Booker T. Washington) Houston, TX5-10/180LSU 35SG/SFRodrick Stewart
(Rainier Beach) Seattle, WA6-3/180Southern Cal 36PGGary Ervin
(Notre Dame Prep) Fitchburg, MA6-1/170Mississippi State 37PGAaron Brooks
(Franklin) Seattle, WA5-10/155Oregon 38SGRonnie Brewer
(Fayetteville) Fayetteville, AR6-5/185Arkansas 39CCourtney Sims
(Noble and Greenough) Roslindale, MA6-10/225Michigan 40SFDameon Mason
(West) Aurora, IL6-4/180Marquette 41PFTerrence Roberts
(St. Anthony's) Jersey City, NJ6-8/210Syracuse 42SGThomas Gardner
(Jefferson) Portland, OR6-5/180Missouri 43CChris Taft
(Xaverian) Brooklyn, NY6-9/220Pittsburgh 44PFChris Richard
(Kathleen) Lakeland, FL6-8/220Florida 45SGLorenzo Wade
(Cheyenne) Las Vegas, NV6-4/180Prep School 46PFEkene Ibekwe
(Carson) Carson, CA6-8/215Maryland 47PF/SFMohamed Abukar
(Rancho Bernardo) San Diego, CA6-9/195Georgia 48PF/SFIvan Harris
(South) Springfield, OH6-8/215Ohio State 49C/PFMajor Wingate
(North Gwinnett) Suwanee, GA6-9/245Tennessee 50SFLodrick Stewart
(Rainier Beach) Seattle, WA6-3/180Southern Cal 51SFCartier Martin
(Nimitz) Houston, TX6-7/195Kansas State 52PGAyinde Ubaka
(Oakland) Oakland, CA6-2/180California 53CWesley Green
(Eustis) Eustis, FL6-9/265DePaul 54SGArtie Bowers
(St. Benedict's) Newark, NJ6-4/190Massachusetts 55SG/PGDwight Brewington
(Worcester Academy) Worcester, MA6-4/180Providence 56SF/PFBrian Randle
(Notre Dame) Peoria, IL6-7/205Illinois 57PFWill Sheridan
(Sanford School) Hockessin, DE6-8/210Villanova 58PG/SGBrandon Jenkins
(Southeastern) Detroit, MI6-3/170Louisville 59SG/PGOmar Wilkes
(Loyola) Los Angeles, CA6-3/170Kansas 60SGJ.R. Reynolds
(Oak Hill Academy) Mouth of Wilson, VA6-3/180Virginia 61PGMarcus Williams
(Oak Hill Academy) Mouth of Wilson, VA6-2/180Connecticut 62CDarian Townes
(Archbishop Carroll) Washington, DC6-9/215Georgetown 63SG/PGTim Morris
(Whitefield Academy) Atlanta, GA6-3/180Stanford 64CHassan Fofana
(Hargrave Military) Chatham, VA6-9/265Maryland 65CDrew Naymick
(North Muskegon) North Muskegon, MI6-10/235Michigan State 69PFAnthony Tucker
(Enloe) Raleigh, NC6-6/220Texas 66SFGary Forbes
(Banneker Academy) Brooklyn, NY6-5/185Virginia 67PFBrent Petway
(Griffin) Griffin, GA6-8/195Michigan 68PGMatt Causey
(Berkmar) Lilburn, GA5-11/170Georgetown 70SFReyshawn Terry
(Reynolds) Winston-Salem, NC6-7/210North Carolina 71SFJustin Cage
(Pike) Indianapolis, IN6-6/195Xavier 72CKen Harris
(Bishop Noll) Hammond, IN6-10/350Valparaiso 73SG/PGVincent Banks
(South Atlanta) Atlanta, GA6-1/175Prep School 74PFJermareo Davidson
(Stone Mountain) Stone Mountain, GA6-10/200Alabama 75CWill Bowers
(Archbishop Spalding) Severn, MD6-11/235Maryland 76CShagari Alleyne
(Rice) Manhattan, NY7-3/255Kentucky 77CLongar Longar
(John Marshall) Rochester, MN6-9/205Oklahoma 78CKonimba Diarra
(Our Savior) Centereach, NY6-9/230South Florida 79PGMichael Nardi
(St. Patrick) Elizabeth, NJ6-1/155Villanova 80PFMarcus Slaughter
(JW North) Riverside, CA6-8/195San Diego State 81PFAkini Adkins
(Leon) Tallahassee, FL6-8/190Alabama 82PGQuenton Day
(Paseo Academy) Kansas City, MO6-0/175Southern Cal 83PFWarren Carter
(Lake Highlands) Dallas, TX6-8/205Illinois 84PFKeith Wooden
(Free State) Lawrence, KS6-8/210Arizona State 85SF/PFDominic McGuire
(Lincoln Prep) San Diego, CA6-7/190California 86SGMarquis Webb
(Paterson Catholic) Paterson, NJ6-3/185Rutgers 87SG/PGLanny Smith
(Hightower) Missouri City, TX6-3/180Houston 88SFSam Manhanga
(Mount Hermon) Northfield, MA6-6/210Brown 89SG/PGLawrence McKenzie
(Patrick Henry) Minneapolis, MN6-2/165Oklahoma 90SFLouis McCroskey
(St. Raymond's) Bronx, NY6-5/195Syracuse 91SFRenaldo Balkman
(Laurinburg Institute) Laurinburg, NC6-6/195South Carolina 92SFBrandon Foust
(Brookhaven) Columbus, OH6-6/190Oklahoma 93PG/SGTyler Relph
(McQuaid Jesuit) Rochester, NY6-0/165West Virginia 94CLamont Hamilton
(Milford Academy) Milford, CT6-10/235St. John's 95CWalter Waters
(Southeastern) Detroit, MI6-9/250Pittsburgh 96PFCorey Gibbs
(Redan) Stone Mountain, GA6-7/225Georgia 97205Patrick "Ewing
(MD) PF/SF, Fort Washington Jr."/6-8National Christian 98SGBlake Adams
(Nimitz) Houston, TX6-4/195Texas Christian 99SGSammy Mejia
(Storm King) Cornwall on Hudson, NY6-5/180DePaul 100SGD.J. Strawberry
(Mater Dei) Santa Ana, CA6-3/175Maryland

NOTE It's important to understand that while we'll include 5th year players in our final position rankings in the database, we aren't including them in the final top 100. Guys like Alexander Johnson, Julius Lamptey, Marquise Kately and Josh Boone graduated from high school last year and in some cases, even appeared in our final top 100 of 2002. You only get one shot at the top 100.


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