Boys BB: Player rankings updated

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The national player rankings of the recruiting networks and other credible rankings have been updated. Plenty of Californians are represented and a few have moved up on various lists, among them Stanley Johnson (Mater Dei, Santa Ana), Tyler Dorsey (St. John Bosco, Bellflower), Chance Comanche (View Park Prep, Los Angeles) and Oscar Frayer (Moreau Catholic, Hayward).

Johnson, who will chose between Arizona, Kentucky, USC, Florida, and Oregon in the spring (yes, UCLA is out), is the No. 1 ranked 2014 prospect by the Hoop Scoop. He’s also played his way up on the other credible national rankings out there. He’s ranked No. 2 by, No. 3 by, No. 6 by and No. 12 by after hovering near the top 10 before his standout summer.

Dorsey, who struggled at times during his sophomore season at St. John Bosco, had a fantastic spring and summer. The 6-foot-4 guard is now the top-ranked prospect in the Class of 2015 by the Hoop Scoop, which aligned with for its high school player rankings and will periodically publicize them for the long-running recruiting service. Dorsey is ranked No. 4 by, No. 5 by, No. 7 by and No. 8 by

Comanche is No. 15 among 2015 prospects by, No. 25 by, No. 30 by, No. 35 by the Hoop Scoop and No. 47 by He’s shown tremendous improvement and with a big junior season could be a serious McDonald’s All-American candidate.

Frayer, who played 17U ball this summer for the Oakland Soldiers, just missed making the Cal-Hi Sports all-state freshman team last season, but is rapidly developing into a national recruit. He’s ranked No. 23 by, No. 25 by He’s not ranked by or and the Hoop Scoop has not yet updated its Class of 2016 rankings.

Below are other California players in the national player rankings:

Class of 2014
Malik Pope (Laguna Creek, Elk Grove): No. 17 (, No. 26 (, No. 27 (, No. 30 (, No. 44 (Hoop Scoop)
Daniel Hamilton (St. John Bosco, Bellflower): No. 17 (, No. 18
(, No. 19 (Hoop Scoop,, No. 24 (
Jordan McLaughlin (Etiwanda): No. 18 (, No. 36 (, No. 41 (Hoop Scoop), No. 43 (, No. 44 (
Parker Jackson-Cartwright (Loyola, Los Angeles): No. 25 (Hoop Scoop), No. 49 (, No. 52 (, No. 57 (, No. 59 (
Thomas Welsh (Loyola, Los Angeles): No. 44 (, No. 52 (, No. 55 (Hoop Scoop)
Robert Cartwright (Flintridge Prep, La Canada): No. 50 (, No. 78 (, No. 88 (Hoop Scoop),
Namon Wright (Pacific Hills, Los Angeles): No. 60 (, No. 82 (, No. 87 (
Trey Kell (St. Augustine, San Diego): No. 70 (, No. 100 (
Idissa Diallo (Cathedral, Los Angeles): No. 79 (Hoop Scoop)
Tra Holder (Brentwood, Los Angeles): No. 81 (, No. 96 (
Chris Sandifer (Taft, Woodland Hills): No. 83 (, No. 85 (, No. 95 (
Johnnie Vasser (JSerra, San Juan Capistrano): No. 100 (Hoop Scoop),

Class of 2015
Ivan Rabb (Bishop O’Dowd): No. 1 (, No. 3 (, No. 4 (Hoop Scoop,, No. 6 (
Marcus Lovett Jr. (Orangewood Academy, Garden Grove): No. 25 (Hoop Scoop), No. 32 (, No. 37 (,, No. 58 (
Broderick Jones (Lawndale): No. 27 (, No. 43 (, No. 60 (Hoop Scoop), No. 84 (
Rex Pflueger (Mater Dei, Santa Ana): No. 31 (Hoop Scoop), No. 50 (, No. 87 (
Aaron Holiday (Campbell Hall, North Hollywood): No. 31 (, No. 40 (,, No. 60 (, No. 70 (Hoop Scoop)
Bennie Boatwright (Village Christian, Sun Valley): No. 35 (, No. 41 (, No. 49 (, No. 85 (, No. 97 (Hoop Scoop)
Jeremy Hemsley (Damien, La Verne): No. 39 (Hoop Scoop), No. 52 (, No. 69 (, No. 97 (
Chimezie Metu (Lawndale): No. 40 (, No. 54 (, No. 90 (Hoop Scoop)
Cameron Walker (Righetti, Santa Maria): No. 44 (, No. 48 (Hoop Scoop), No. 54 (
Nuwriyl Williams (Santa Monica): No. 51 (, No. 52 (, No. 85 (Hoop Scoop)
Roman Davis (Windward, Los Angeles): No. 53 (, No. 67 (,, No. 78 (
Justin Simon (Temecula Valley, Temecula): No. 56 (, No. 65 (Hoop Scoop), No. 80 (
Kendall Small (Mayfair, Lakewood): No. 60 (, No. 69 (, No. 81 (, No. 97 (
Marquese Chriss (Pleasant Grove, Elk Grove): No. 62 (, No. 77 (
Sedrick Barefield (Centennial, Corona): No. 77 (Hoop Scoop), No. 85 (, No. 89 (
Stephen Thompson Jr. (Bishop Montgomery, Torrance): No. 86 (

Class of 2016
M.J. Cage (Mater Dei, Santa Ana): No. 19 (
Lonzo Ball (Chino Hills): No. 20 (, No. 23 (, No. 26 (,
T.J. Leaf (Foothills Christian, El Cajon): No. 24 (, No. 27 (, No. 42 (
Devearl Ramsey (Sierra Canyon, Chatsworth): No. 27 (
Vance Jackson (La Salle, Pasadena): No. 25 (, No. 28 (
Jayce Johnson (Mater Dei, Santa Ana): No. 30 (
Trevor Stanback (Chaminade, West Hills): No. 36 (
Leland Green (Redondo Union, Redondo Beach): No. 46 (

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