Even with <b>Marvin Williams</b> being ranked as a small forward, the list of 2004 power forwards is pretty deep. Is another Washington player, <b>Josh Heytvelt</b> at the top of this list, too? Contenders are <b>Lorenzo Mata</b>, <b>DeVon Hardin</b> and <b>Robert Rothbart</b>...
June 11, 2003
The College Basketball News' top ten saw movement again as four new teams moved in. Mouth of Wilson (VA) Oak Hill Academy, Elizabeth (NJ) St. Patrick's, Los Angeles (CA) Westchester and Springfield (MO) Kickapoo dropped out. Oak Hill, which had finished 126-3 the last four years with two undefeated seasons in the mix, lost for the third time this season and second time this week. St. Patrick's also fell for the third time, losing their first in-state contest this year.
January 20, 2003
The College Basketball News' top ten high school poll saw plenty of changes as did the teams trying to break into that high status. The following is a look at the teams ranked 11-20. Jackson (MS) Lanier, Bronx (NY) St. Raymond, Jersey City (NJ) St. Anthony and Middle Village (NY) Christ the King all moved into the top twenty.
January 15, 2003