2018 High School Basketball Player Rankings | Prep Force – Highschool Football and Basketball Recruiting Experts

2018 High School Basketball Player Rankings

Here are our final Top 25 2018 high school basketball player rankings. Like everyone else we have R.J Barrett leading the class. We are worried that if he doesn’t develop a more consistent jumper he could follow in the Andrew Wiggins mold. That being said that is his floor and that is a pretty high floor. Bol Bol has the highest ceiling as he has shown he can play inside or outside. He could have a Joel Embiid impact if he fills out and continues to develop. We are higher than most on the guards at the top of the class. We aren’t as high on Cam Reddish and Zion Williamson so surely people will think we hate Duke. Cam needs to play with more intensity on a consistent basis and Zion needs to round out his game. Coach K will get the most out of them. Darius Bazley is lower on our list than the other rankings. We absolutely back him in his decision to forego college. We would recommend overseas but the G-League will help him grow as a player more than playing in college would. He is also a player that could get exposed in college so he should strike while the iron is hot.

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1)  R.J. Barrett
2)  Bol Bol
3)  Nassir Little
4)  Romeo Langford
5)  Quentin Grimes
6)  Anfernee Simons
7)  Darius Garland
8)  Cam Reddish
9)  Zion Williamson
10) Tre Jones
11) Nazreon Reid
12) Simisola Shittu
13) Keldon Johnson
14) Louis King
15) E.J. Montgomery
16) Jaylen Hoard
17) Emmitt Williams
18) Devon Dotson
19) Coby White
20) Jahvon Quinerly
21) Moses Brown
22) David McCormack
23) Jalen Smith
24) Darius Bazley
25) Immanuel Quickley