FloHoops' Top 25 Prep Rankings (Jan. 16)

With 13 of FloHoops’ Top 25 squads for last week in action at the 2018 Spalding Hoophall Classic in Springfield, MA, basketball’s birthplace was the place to be to get a full glimpse and status of several top teams now and moving forward.

While No. 1 Montverde Academy (FL) and No. 2 Oak Hill Academy (VA) continue to take care of business and stir up a conversation at the top, anything below that is seemingly up for grabs.

How did this week’s events shake things up? Here are the new rankings:

RANKSCHOOL (STATE)RECORDPREVIOUS RANK
1Montverde Academy (FL)23-01
2Oak Hill Academy (VA)28-02
3University School (FL)17-13
4Findlay Prep (NV)21-24
5Bishop Montgomery (CA)16-06
6McEachern (GA)13-28
7Shadow Mountain (AZ)13-09
8Garfield (WA)14-010
9Simeon (IL)14-37
10DeMatha Catholic (MD)14-25
11Paul VI (VA)13-211
12La Lumiere School (IN)14-312
13Gonzaga (DC)13-113
14St. Benedict's (NJ)15-014
15Memphis East (TN)13-315
16Oak Ridge (FL)15-317
17Sierra Canyon (CA)13-218
18Hudson Catholic (NJ)7-322
19Jefferson (OR)11-316
20Cretin-Derham Hall (MN)10-119
21Imhotep Charter (PA)12-223
22Guyer (TX)25-124
23Wesleyan Christian (NC)18-5NR
24Roselle Catholic (NJ)8-225
25Mater Dei (CA)11-520

BIGGEST RISER: Hudson Catholic (NJ)

BIGGEST FALLER: DeMatha Catholic (MD)

NEWCOMER: Wesleyan Christian (NC)

DROPPED OUT: IMG Academy (FL)

KNOCKING ON THE DOOR: Riverside Academy (LA), Long Island Lutheran (NY), Sunrise Christian Academy (KS), Upson-Lee (GA), Greensboro Day (NC)

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