Class     Ranking         Updated             
 2015 Summer Oct 10, 2014
 2014 Final  Summer June 1, 2014 Sep 26, 2013
 2013 Final  Summer May 19, 2013  Sep 16, 2012 
 2012 Final
Summer
June 16, 2012
 2011 Final
Summer
 June 28, 2011
 2010 Final
Summer
 July 11, 2010
 2009 Final
Summer
Pre-Summer
 June 15, 2009
 2008 Final
Fall
Summer
  Aug 6, 2008
 2007 Final
Summer
Pre-Summer
June 23, 2007
 2006 Final
Summer
Pre-Summer
 June 3, 2006
 2005 Final
Fall
Summer
 June 19, 2005
 2004 Final
Midseason
Fall
Summer
Pre-Summer
 July 27, 2004
 2003 Final
Summer
 Aug 15, 2003
 2002 Final
Fall
Summer
Pre-Summer
 Aug 25, 2002
 2001 Final
Summer
 June 3, 2001
 2000 Final
Midseason
Summer
 July 29, 2000
 1999 Final
Fall
 June 13, 1999
 1998 Final 
 July 28, 1998
   
   


Welcome to the Recruiting Services Consensus Index (RSCI). RSCI is pronounced “risky” because drawing definitive conclusion from any such rankings is, indeed, risky at best. Be that as it may ...

RSCI is intended to help you make sense out of the various top 50 or top 100 rankings of the nation’s best high school basketball players. It combines the rankings from well known recruiting experts into a single, consensus ranking.

Why is such a consensus ranking needed? Well, if you’ve ever scanned the rankings from a couple of these experts, you’ll quickly find that they can differ greatly from each other. In fact, sometimes they disagree to such an extent that you have no idea whether a kid is top 5 material or barely a top 50 player.

RSCI attempts to reduce some of this uncertainty by normalizing the variations in a completely objective manner. In other words, RSCI rankings do not represent a personal opinion, but rather are the sum total of the opinion of larger group of experts.





If you'd like to be notified when the rankings are updated send an email to rscihoops@gmail.com. (No spam, just site updates)



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