Our boys basketball coverage for Gold Club VIPs continues with a look at the state’s top college prospects in each class. The sophomore class (2024) has excellent guards at the top, and it looks like there will be some quality depth down the line. We expand our 2024 rankings from 25 to 65 with six newcomers to the original 25 positions and a host of talented prospects in the 26 to 65 range. The Cal-Hi Sports Top 65 will be updated at the close of this school year in early summer 2022.
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The first 2024 Cal-Hi Sports Top 65 for the 2021-22 school year is based on evaluations from non-viewing showcases since August, various fall leagues and through MLK weekend of the regular season. These rankings are based on college potential, not high school performance, although the baseline of where we begin with each prospect begins with high school basketball.
We’ll follow this report by introducing the Class of 2025 with an initial Top 25. In the coming months, we’ll continue publishing our archived Hot 100s as part of the most comprehensive California state player rankings you’ll find on the internet that you can sort through using the easy-to-use dropdown menu below. We’ll continue to roll out more enhanced features on the Hot 100 players where you’ll be able to search through our vast profiles and evaluations. We’ll highlight California’s individual players — past, present, and future — better than it’s ever been done before.
The previous rankings in the 2024 post-summer Top 65 refers to the player’s position in the previous list we published in August 2021 after the spring 2021 CIF season and the summer viewing period with the Hoop Scoop, our partner for boys basketball national player rankings. We expand from 65 to 100 players when sophomores enter their junior season and expand from 25 to 65 when freshmen enter 10th grade.