The Official 2018 Flo40 Rankings

RJ Barrett Finishes Dominant Senior Season At Flo40 No. 1

As the class of 2018 gets ready to flip their tassels and continue to the next level, it's time to lock in the final rankings into Flo40 history.

It was an outstanding year and it absolutely cannot be spoken about without starting with Flo40 No. 1 RJ Barrett. After reclassifying to 2018 and taking over the No. 1 spot in the class, Barrett walked away with every major national high school basketball award and a GEICO National Championship with an undefeated Montverde (FL) team. Alongside him was his teammate and Florida-bound point guard Andrew Nembhard, who posted huge comeback from injury to climb the rankings eleven spots all the way to Flo40 No. 11.

The biggest jump from our last set of rankings, however, came from UNC commit Nassir Little, who went from Flo40 No. 39 to No. 7. Little most recently showed off his superstardom by winning MVP in both the McDonald's All-American Games and Jordan Brand Classic, a feat no other player has accomplished before. 

Other players that saw their statuses jump are Villanova-bound small forward Cole Swider from Flo40 No. 36 to No. 17 and Texas commit Kamaka Hepa from Flo40 No. 38 to No. 20.

While 2018 was a year to remember, everyone is most excited about seeing what this class accomplishes at the next level. Is Duke the 2019 national title favorite behind the Flo40 royal flush of No. 1 RJ Barrett, No. 2 Zion Williamson, No. 3 Cam Reddish, and No. 5 Tre Jones? Or will Kentucky's incoming class of Flo40 No. 10 Keldon Johnson, No. 16 EJ Montgomery, No. 23 Immanuel Quickley, and No. 39 Tyler Herro help the Wildcats return to the top of the polls?

Without further ado... The final Flo40 Rankings for the class of 2018. 


No. 35 Ignas Brazdeikis

No. 36 Brandon Slater

No. 37 Landers Nolley

No. 38 Talen Horton-Tucker

No. 39 Tyler Herro

No. 40 Will Richardson


No. 30 Taeshon Cherry

No. 34 Silvio De Sousa (early graduation)

No. 39 Anfernee Simons

No. 40 Tyger Campbell

1R.J. BarrettSGMontverde Academy (FL)Duke
2Zion WilliamsonSFSpartanburg Day School (SC)Duke
3Cameron ReddishSFWesttown (PA)Duke
4Bol BolCFindlay Prep (NV)Oregon
5Tre JonesPGApple Valley (MN)Duke
6Romeo LangfordSGNew Albany (IN) 
7Nassir LittleSFOrlando Christian Prep (FL)North Carolina
8Simisola ShittuPFVermont Academy (VT)Vanderbilt
9Darius GarlandPGBrentwood Academy (TN)Vanderbilt
10Keldon JohnsonSGOak Hill Academy (VA)Kentucky
11Andrew NembhardPGMontverde Academy (FL)Florida
12Emmitt WilliamsPFOak Ridge (FL)LSU
13Coby WhitePGGreenfield (NC)North Carolina
14Javonte SmartPGScotlandville (LA)LSU
15Quentin GrimesSGCollege Park (TX)Kansas
16E.J. MontgomeryPFWheeler (GA)Kentucky
17Cole SwiderSFSt. Andrews (RI)Villanova
19Louis KingSFHudson Catholic (NJ)Oregon
18Devon DotsonPGProvidence Day (NC)Kansas
19Nazreon ReidCRoselle Catholic (NJ)LSU
20Kamaka HepaPFJefferson (OR)Texas
21Ayo DosunmuPGMorgan Park (IL)Illinois
22Moses BrownCArchbishop Molloy (NY)UCLA
23Immanuel QuickleyPGJohn Carrol (MD)Kentucky
24Reggie PerryPFThomasville (GA)Mississippi State
25Jahvon QuinerlyPGHudson Catholic (NJ)Villanova
26Jaylen HoardSFWesleyan Christian Academy (NC)Wake Forest
27Luguentz DortSGCalusa Prep (FL)Arizona State
28Daniel OturuPFCretin-Derham Hall (MN)Minnesota
29Shareef O'NealPFCrossroads (CA)UCLA
30Jalen SmithPFMount St. Joseph (MD)Maryland
31Gerald LiddellSFCibolo Steele (TX)Texas
32Elijah WeaverPGOldsmar Christian (FL)USC
33Jordan BrownCProlific Prep (CA) 
34Khavon MooreSFWestside (GA)Texas Tech
35Ignas BrazdeikisSFOrangeville Prep (ON, CAN)Michigan
36Brandon SlaterSGPaul VI (VA)Villanova
37Landers NolleySGLangston HughesVirginia Tech
38Talen Horton-TuckerSGSimeon (IL)Iowa State
39Tyler HerroSGWhitnall (WI)Kentucky
40Will RichardsonPG/SGOak Hill Academy (VA)Oregon