Class of 2003 Final Top 100

Phog.net and Eric Bossi step up with their version of the Internet classic.
June 2, 2003

Class of 2003 Final Player Rankings

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.
May 28, 2003

James and Brown named co-MVP in Capital Classic

The Silver Jerseys defeated the Black Jerseys by a score of 107-102 in front of a crowd of 18,424 at the Jordan Capital Classic at the MCI Center. LeBron James of Akron (OH) St. Vincent St. Mary was voted the game's Co-MVP, his third MVP award in three post-season high school All-Star games. James led his Black jerseys with 34 points, six assists and 12 rebounds. Shannon Brown of Maywood (IL) Proviso East had 27 points and eight assists to share Co-MVP honors.
April 18, 2003

Capital Classic All-Stars

The Jordan Capital Classic recently announced the participants for its April game. Guess what? LeBron James will be in the house.
March 10, 2003

Pre-Season 2003 Top 100

RALEIGH, N.C. -- After months on the road and countless hours in the gym, here's one site's take on the 100 best players in the Class of 2003.
January 20, 2003

Berkmar wins Red Cross-Rotary Roundball Classic

Lilburn (GA) Berkmar won the 10th annual Red Cross-Rotary Roundball Classic with 87-79 victory over the Los Angeles Loyola. Georgetown signee Matt Causey, the tournament MVP, scored 24 of 28 points in the second half as the Patriots improved to 10-1. Teammate Alex Weekes scored 17 points and earned the tournament's Most Outstanding Player award and Wynton Witherspoon added 18. Kansas signee Omar Wilkes led Loyola with 20 points and was named to the All-Tournament team.
December 31, 2002