USA TODAY Sports' Super 25 Boys Basketball Rankings: Week of March 28

USA TODAY Sports' Super 25 Boys Basketball Rankings: Week of March 28

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USA TODAY Sports' Super 25 Boys Basketball Rankings: Week of March 28

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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. Results are through Sunday’s games. For regional rankings, go to usatodayhss.com. Next Rankings: April 4.

Chino Hills' Onyeka Okongwu, left, hangs on the rim after stuff against (Photo: Rich Pedroncelli, Associated Press)

Chino Hills’ Onyeka Okongwu, left, hangs on the rim after stuff against (Photo: Rich Pedroncelli, Associated Press)

  1. Chino Hills, Calif. (35-0)

Previous: 1. Result: Lonzo Ball had 15 points, 10 rebounds, five steals and five assists in a 70-50 defeat of De La Salle (Concord) in CIF Open Division state championship.

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  1. Montverde Academy, Montverde, Fla. (25-1)

Previous: 2. Result: Idle. Will play next in Dick’s Sporting Goods High School Nationals this week.

  1. Oak Hill Academy, Mouth of Wilson, Va. (42-1)

Previous: 3. Results: Idle.Will play next in Dick’s Sporting Goods High School Nationals.

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  1. St. Anthony, Jersey City (32-0)

Previous: 4. Results: Asante Gist had 16 points in a 55-38 defeat of Linden in state Tournament of Champions title game.

  1. Detroit Jesuit, Detroit (28-0)

Previous: 6. Results: Cassius Winston had 31 points in a 69-49 defeat of North Farmington in the Class A state championship. Winston had 27 points in a 72-51 defeat of Dakota (Macomb) in Class A semifinal. Winston had 25 points in a 62-47 defeat of Ypsilanti in Class A quarterfinal.

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Chaminade celebrates following the Missouri Class 5 boys high school championship basketball game against Kickapoo (Photo: Jeff Roberson), Associated Press)

Chaminade celebrates following the Missouri Class 5 boys high school championship basketball game against Kickapoo (Photo: Jeff Roberson), Associated Press)

  1. Findlay Prep, Henderson, Nev. (28-1)

Previous: 5. Result: Idle. Will play next in Dick’s Sporting Goods High School Nationals.

  1. Chaminade, St. Louis (27-5)

Previous: 7. Results: Class 5 state champion.

  1. H.D. Woodson, Washington, D.C. (33-0)

Previous: 8. Result: District of Columbia State Athletic Association champion.

  1. St. Benedict’s Prep, Newark (35-1)

Previous: 9. Results: Idle. Will play next in Dick’s Sporting Goods High School Nationals.

  1. Stevens Point, Wis. (28-0)

Previous: 10. Results: Division I state champion.

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All-American Alterique Gilbert led Miller Grove to a Georgia state title (Photo: Miller Grove basketball)

All-American Alterique Gilbert led Miller Grove to a Georgia state title (Photo: Miller Grove basketball)

  1. La Lumiere, La Porte, Ind. (25-3)

Previous: 11. Result: Idle. Will play next in Dick’s Sporting Goods High School Nationals.

  1. DeMatha Catholic, Hyattsville, Md. (31-5)

Previous: 12. Results: Alhambra Invitational and Maryland Private Schools state champion.

  1. Miller Grove, Lithonia, Ga. (30-2)

Previous: 13. Result: Class AAAAA state champion. Will play next in Dick’s Sporting Goods High School Nationals.

  1. Providence Day, Charlotte, N.C. (30-3)

Previous: 14. Result: North Carolina Independent Schools Athletic Association 3A state champion. Will play next in Dick’s Sporting Goods High School Nationals.

  1. Wasatch Academy, Mount Pleasant, Utah (29-3)

Previous: 15. Result: Idle. Will play next in Dick’s Sporting Goods High School Nationals.

New Albany won the school's first Indiana state title since the early 1970s (Photo: Indianapolis Star)

New Albany won the school’s first Indiana state title since the early 1970s (Photo: Indianapolis Star)

  1. DeSoto, Texas (36-2)

Previous: 16. Result: 6A state champion.

  1. Federal Way, Wash. (29-0)

Previous: 17. Result: 4A state champion.

  1. New Albany, Ind. (27-1)

Previous: 19. Results: Romeo Langford had 28 points in a 62-59 defeat of McCutcheon (Lafayette) in 4A state championship.

MORE: New Albany wins school’s first state basketball title since 1973

  1. St. John’s, Washington, D.C. (30-5)

Previous: 18. Results: Washington Catholic Athletic Conference champion.

  1. Overland, Aurora, Colo. (25-3)

Previous: 20. Result: Two-time consecutive 5A state champion.

Allderdice's Timothy Jackson reaches in an attempt to steal the ball from Roman Catholic's Tony Carr during the PIAA 4A high school basketball finals Photo: (Harvey Levine/ PennLive via AP)

Allderdice’s Timothy Jackson reaches in an attempt to steal the ball from Roman Catholic’s Tony Carr during the PIAA 4A high school basketball finals Photo: (Harvey Levine/ PennLive via AP)

  1. Memphis East, Memphis (32-2)

Previous: 21. Result: AAA state champion.

  1. Greenforest Christian, Decatur, Ga. (30-2)

Previous: 22. Result: Class A state champion.

  1. Atascocita, Humble, Texas (38-1)

Previous: 23. Results: 6A state runner-up.

  1. Advanced Prep International, Dallas (34-7)

Previous: 24. Result: Texas Christian Athletic League 4A champion.

  1. Roman Catholic, Philadelphia (27-4)

Previous: 25. Result: Class AAA state champion.

Dropped out: None.

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