High School, Latest News / Nov 4, 2011 / 10:30 am

The Top 50 High School Basketball Players In The Country

Jabari Parker

Jabari Parker (photo. Steven Maikoski/USA Basketball)

With the official start of the high school basketball season just over the horizon, we thought it was time to update HighSchoolHoop.com‘s rankings of the Top 50 Players in the Country.

As always, we took into consideration everything that has gone down since the last time we released these rankings – the closeout of the high school season, AAU, summer camps, and everything else – to produce the most comprehensive Top 50 you will find anywhere online. Our rankings are simple: These are the Top 50 players in high school basketball, regardless of class.

You can find these rankings along the right side of HighSchoolHoop.com at any time, and if you click on a player’s name to go to his listing, you will find writeups and links to his highlights. Congratulations to Jabari Parker, who, for right now at least, is sitting at No. 1. Our rankings will change throughout the season and into the summer, so it’s up to Jabari to hold his own.

CHECK OUT THE HSH TOP 50 HERE

Big thanks to Kellon Hassenstab of Hoopniks.com for his hard work helping to assemble these rankings. You can follow Kellon on Twitter at @Hoopniks.

Who did we miss? Who is too high or too low? Let us know in the comments section below.

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  • pipdaddyy

    Perry Ellis at 36? Didn’t Dime run a story on him about two years ago saying he is the best player in the country as a sophomore? What happened?

  • Billy Sunday

    yall missed Kasey Hill

  • jdizzle

    @Billy Sunday I agree. I seen Kasey Hill’s Hoopmixtape highlights and dude has serious G. Are they sure he’s 6’1”? Cuz he was getting up and dunking on cats with ease.