Telep's '06 and '07 Hoops Rankings Updated

With the biggest annual high school camps right around the corner,'s Dave Telep has updated his 2006 and 2007 rankings ...

July is the month guys move in and out of our Top 100. Reputations are on the line and rankings at stake. Therefore, we thought it would helpful to update our Class of 2006 rankings as we set out to cover the action across the country in the month of July. This list WILL change in August so take a good look at it now. There's been some additions to the Top 100 and more kids are likely to play their way in over the next few weeks.

It's also important to note that for now, we've limited the Top 100 to current seniors. What does this mean? Well, if you were recruited as a senior last year like for instance Davon Jefferson, you aren't on this list. We're presently mulling over options to add a post grad component to our database so that we can accurately rate the post graduate players.

However, for those post-grads that have decided on a destination (Ex. Jonathan Mandeldove) we've gone ahead and included them in our position rankings. As we finalize destinations for prep schoolers in August, we'll continue to add them to our position rankings with an eye on developing our Top 25 post grad list this fall! Pre-Summer 2006 Top 100

O.J. Mayo has managed to fend off all comers … so far!

The Class of 2007, especially at the top, looks like it could be one of the stronger groups of the past few years. A top five of Mayo, Michael Beasley, Kevin Love, Cole Aldrich and Bill Walker is strong.

Each one of those guys earned their way into the Top 5 but kids like Kyle Singler, Derrick Rose, Alex Legion and a host of others are contending for their spots during the ever-important month of July.

We've also tried to breakdown the class by position and ranked out the Top 15 players at each position. Once you have perused through the Top 100, follow the links on the page for the top players by position. Pre-Summer 2007 Top 50

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