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Three recruits you need to know in the next three classes

Which men's college basketball prospects in the 2023, 2024 and 2025 classes do you need to keep your eye on?

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2022 recruiting class rankings: Who rose and who fell after the Final Four?

Between the coaching carousel, decommitments and prospects taking their games to new levels, the class rankings have shaken up considerably.

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2022 men's basketball class rankings: Duke, Kentucky continue battle for No. 1 spot

Dereck Lively's commitment on Monday night amped up the quest for No. 1 between Duke coach-in-waiting Jon Scheyer and Kentucky's John Calipari.

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Meet the new No. 1 recruits, and other prospects to climb the rankings

After Emoni Bates and Jalen Duren reclassified, there are new names atop the ESPN 100.



2021 men's college basketball recruiting class rankings: Chet Holmgren boosts Gonzaga to No. 2

Gonzaga, Tennessee and Alabama are among the teams to skyrocket up the class rankings after the latest ESPN 100 update.

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Which prospects rose up and fell down the rankings?

Tennessee and Creighton are among college basketball programs to be bringing in some of the biggest rising prospects for next season.

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Recruiting rankings

ESPN 2020 basketball recruiting player rankings

Look out blue bloods -- USC and Oklahoma State have the top two players in ESPN's updated prospect rankings for 2020.

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Ranking the top 25 high school players regardless of class

Class of 2022 phenomenon Emoni Bates leads ESPN's updated list of the top 25 players, regardless of class.

Highest risers and new names in the ESPN 100 and prospect rankings

Kentucky commitment Devin Askew is among the notable new names in the ESPN 100 update, which also features a number of high risers.

2020 ESPN 100 Rankings

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  • 2020 ESPN 100 Rankings

    Jalen Green finished No. 1 in the final ESPN 100 rankings for 2020. Cade Cunningham (Oklahoma State) and Evan Mobley (USC) were not far behind.

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