USA TODAY Sports Final Super 25 Boys Basketball Rankings

USA TODAY Sports Final Super 25 Boys Basketball Rankings

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USA TODAY Sports Final Super 25 Boys Basketball Rankings

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The Super 25 Expert Rankings are compiled by USA TODAY Sports’ Jim Halley, based on results, tradition, quality of players and strength of schedule.These are the final rankings of the season. For regional rankings, go to usatodayhss.com.

 

Chino Hills' Elizjah Scott, left, and Onyeka Okongwu celebrate after beating De La Salle 70-50 in the CIF boys' Open Division championship game (Photo: Rich Pedroncelli, Associated Press)

Chino Hills’ Elizjah Scott, left, and Onyeka Okongwu celebrate after beating De La Salle 70-50 in the CIF boys’ Open Division championship game (Photo: Rich Pedroncelli, Associated Press)

1.   Chino Hills, Calif. (35-0)
Previous: 1. Result: CIF Open Division state champion.
Oak Hill poses after winning the DICK'S Sporting Goods High School Nationals title game 62-60 in overtime over La Lumiere. (Photo: Andy Marlin, USA TODAY Sports Images).

Oak Hill poses after winning the DICK’S Sporting Goods High School Nationals title game 62-60 in overtime over La Lumiere. (Photo: Andy Marlin, USA TODAY Sports Images).

2. Oak Hill Academy, Mouth of Wilson, Va. (45-1)
Previous: 3. Results: Braxton Key had 20 points and nine rebounds in a 62-60 overtime defeat of then-No. 11 La Lumiere (La Porte, Ind.) in the championship of the DICK’S Sporting Goods High School Nationals. Lindell Wigginton had 12 points in a 47-46 defeat of then-No. 13 Miller Grove (Lithonia, Ga.) in DICK’S Nationals semifinal. Khadim Sy had 13 points and 10 rebounds in an 81-64 defeat of then-No. 14 Wasatch Academy (Mount Pleasant, Utah) in a DICK’S Nationals quarterfinal.
La Lumiere guard Tyger Campbell (5) helped the Lakers to their first finals appearance at the DICK'S Nationals (Photo: Andy Marlin, USA TODAY Sports)

La Lumiere guard Tyger Campbell (5) helped the Lakers to their first finals appearance at the DICK’S Nationals (Photo: Andy Marlin, USA TODAY Sports)

 
3. La Lumiere, La Porte, Ind. (27-4)
Previous: 11. Results: Lost 62-60 in overtime to then-No. 3 Oak Hill Academy (Mouth of Wilson, Va.) in championship of DICK’S Nationals. Brian Bowen had 16 points and nine rebounds in a 55-47 defeat of then-No. 2 Montverde Academy (Mouth of Wilson, Va.) in semifinal of DICK’S Nationals. Bowen had 23 points in a 60-59 defeat of then-No. 9 St. Benedict’s Prep (Newark) in quarterfinal of DICK’S Nationals.
Hall of Fame coach Bob Hurley led St. Anthony to the Tournament of Champions title (Photo: Asbury Park Press)

Hall of Fame coach Bob Hurley led St. Anthony to the Tournament of Champions title (Photo: Asbury Park Press)

4. St. Anthony, Jersey City (32-0)
Previous: 4. Result: Tournament of Champions state champion.
Montverde Academy forward Bruno Fernando (21) defends during the DICK'S Sporting Goods High School Basketball Nationals (Photo: Andy Marlin, USA TODAY Sports)

Montverde Academy forward Bruno Fernando (21) defends during the DICK’S Sporting Goods High School Basketball Nationals (Photo: Andy Marlin, USA TODAY Sports)

5. Montverde Academy, Montverde, Fla. (26-2)
Previous: 2. Results: Lost 55-47 to then-No. 11 La Lumiere (La Porte, Ind.) in semifinal of Dick’s Nationals. R.J. Barrett had 20 points in a 70-54 defeat of then-No. 14 Providence Day (Charlotte, N.C.) in quarterfinal of DICK’S Nationals.
Detroit Jesuit celebrates a state championship (Photo: Kimberly P. Mitchell, Detroit Free Press)

Detroit Jesuit celebrates a state championship (Photo: Kimberly P. Mitchell, Detroit Free Press)

6. Detroit Jesuit, Detroit (28-0)
Previous: 5. Result: Class A state champion.
Chaminade's Jayson Tatum, right, and teammate Tyler Cook celebrate the Missouri Class 5 title (Photo: Jeff Roberson, Associated Press)

Chaminade’s Jayson Tatum, right, and teammate Tyler Cook celebrate the Missouri Class 5 title (Photo: Jeff Roberson, Associated Press)

7. Chaminade, St. Louis (27-5)
Previous: 7. Result: Class 5 state champion.
Alterique Gilbert led Miller Grove to the DICK'S Nationals semifinals (Photo: Andy Marlin, USA TODAY Sports)

Alterique Gilbert led Miller Grove to the DICK’S Nationals semifinals (Photo: Andy Marlin, USA TODAY Sports)

8. Miller Grove, Lithonia, Ga. (31-3)
Previous: 13. Results: Class AAAAA state champion. Lost 47-46 to then-No. 2 Montverde Academy (Montverde, Fla.) in DICK’S Nationals semifinal. Alterique Gilbert had 20 points in a 67-65 defeat of then-No. 9 Findlay Prep (Henderson, Nev.) in DICK’S Nationals quarterfinal.
H.D. Woodson won District of Columbia State Athletic Association champion. (Photo: WUSA)

H.D. Woodson won District of Columbia State Athletic Association champion. (Photo: WUSA)

9. H.D. Woodson, Washington, D.C. (33-0)
Previous: 8. Result: District of Columbia State Athletic Association champion.
Findlay Prep (Henderson, Nev.) again reached the DICK'S Nationals (Photo: Bob Blanchard, RJB Sports)

Findlay Prep (Henderson, Nev.) again reached the DICK’S Nationals (Photo: Bob Blanchard, RJB Sports)

10. Findlay Prep, Henderson, Nev. (28-2)
Previous: 6. Result: Lost 67-65 to then-No. 13 Miller Grove (Lithonia, Ga.) in quarterfinal of Dick’s Nationals.
Stevens Point celebrates (Photo: Joe Sienkiewicz, USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin)

Stevens Point celebrates (Photo: Joe Sienkiewicz, USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin)

11. Stevens Point, Wis. (28-0)
Previous: 10. Results: Division I state champion.
St. Benedict's (Photo: Jon Lopez)

St. Benedict’s (Photo: Jon Lopez)

 
12. St. Benedict’s Prep, Newark (35-2)
Previous: 9. Results: St. James Invitational and state prep school champion. Lost 60-59 to then-No. 11 La Lumiere (La Porte, Ind.) in quarterfinal of Dick’s Nationals.
DeMatha Catholic's Markelle Fultz (Photo: Gregory Payan, Associated Press)

DeMatha Catholic’s Markelle Fultz (Photo: Gregory Payan, Associated Press)

13. DeMatha Catholic, Hyattsville, Md. (31-5)
Previous: 12. Result: Alhambra Invitational and Maryland Private Schools state champion.
Wasatch Academy (Photo: Wasatch Academy Basketball)

Wasatch Academy (Photo: Wasatch Academy Basketball)

14. Wasatch Academy, Mount Pleasant, Utah (29-4)
Previous: 15. Result: Lost 81-64 to then-No. 3 Oak Hill Academy (Mouth of Wilson, Va.) in Dick’s Nationals quarterfinal.
DeSoto's McDonalds All American center Marques Bolden (Photo: Brian Spurlock, USA TODAY Sports)

DeSoto’s McDonalds All American center Marques Bolden (Photo: Brian Spurlock, USA TODAY Sports)

15. DeSoto, Texas (36-2)
Previous: 16. Result: 6A state champion.
Providence Day (Photo: Providence Day basketball)

Providence Day (Photo: Providence Day basketball)

16. Providence Day, Charlotte, N.C. (30-4)
Previous: 14. Result: North Carolina Independent Schools Athletic Association 3A state champion. Lost 70-54 to then-No. 2 Montverde Academy (Mouth of Wilson, Va.) in Dick’s Nationals quarterfinal.
Federal Way (Photo: Jill Hendershot, KING5)

Federal Way (Photo: Jill Hendershot, KING5)

17. Federal Way, Wash. (29-0)
Previous: 17. Result: 4A state champion.
New Albany won its first state title since the 1970s (Photo: Matt Kryger, Indianapolis Star)

New Albany won its first state title since the 1970s (Photo: Matt Kryger, Indianapolis Star)

18. New Albany, Ind. (27-1)
Previous: 18. Result: 4A state champion.
St. John's College hoists the trophy (Photo: WUSA)

St. John’s College hoists the trophy (Photo: WUSA)

19. St. John’s, Washington, D.C. (30-5)
Previous: 19. Result: Washington Catholic Athletic Conference champion.
Overland poses with the state title banner (Photo: Jeremy Chavez, 9NEWS)

Overland poses with the state title banner (Photo: Jeremy Chavez, 9NEWS)

20. Overland, Aurora, Colo. (25-3)
Previous: 20. Result: Two-time consecutive 5A state champion.
Memphis East's Alex Lomax (2) celebrates the win in Tennessee Division I Class AAA championship (Photo: Mark Zaleski, Associated Press)

Memphis East’s Alex Lomax (2) celebrates the win in Tennessee Division I Class AAA championship (Photo: Mark Zaleski, Associated Press)

21. Memphis East, Memphis (32-2)
Previous: 21. Result: AAA state champion.
Providence Day (Photo: Providence Day basketball)

Providence Day after winning the title (Photo: Providence Day basketball)

22. Greenforest Christian, Decatur, Ga. (30-2)
Previous: 22. Result: Class A state champion.
Fabian White helps cut down the net after Atascocita reached the state final four (Photo: YouTube screenshot)

Fabian White helps cut down the net after Atascocita reached the state final four (Photo: YouTube screenshot)

23. Atascocita, Humble, Texas (38-1)
Previous: 23. Result: 6A state runner-up.
12/5/15 9:02:00 PM -- Benton, KY, U.S.A -- Advanced Prep guard Trevon Duval (1) drives to the basket against Prolific Prep at the Grind Session basketball tournament. -- Photo by USA TODAY Sports Images, Gannett ORG XMIT: US 134138 Grind Hoops 12/5/2015 [Via MerlinFTP Drop]

Advanced Prep guard Trevon Duval drives (Photo: USA TODAY Sports

24. Advanced Prep International, Dallas (34-7)
Previous: 24. Result: Texas Christian Athletic League 4A champion.
Roman Catholic's Tony Carr (right) during the PIAA 4A finals (Photo: Harvey Levine, PennLive via AP)

Roman Catholic’s Tony Carr (right) during the PIAA 4A finals (Photo: Harvey Levine, PennLive via AP)

25. Roman Catholic, Philadelphia (27-4)
Previous: 25. Result: Class AAA state champion.
Dropped out: None.
 

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