2019 Winners

1) Memphis (349 pts)

#1 James Wiseman

#14 Precious Achiuwa

#36 Boogie Ellis

#45 D.J. Jeffries

#60 Lester Quinones

Penny Hardaway picked up not only the top player but had the best overall class. The late additions of Ellis and Achiuwa were huge.

2) Kentucky (334 pts)

#10 Tyrese Maxey

#11 Khalil Whitney

#24 Keion Brooks

#34 Johnny Juzang

#92 Dontaie Allen

Coach Cal proves his recruiting prowess bringing in the #2 class overall for the second year in a row. This group would be even higher if Allen hadn't blown out a knee early in the season, which resulted in a hit to his rankings due to being "out of sight, out of mind."

3) Duke (329 pts)

#5 Vernon Carey

#12 Matthew Hurt

#25 Wendell Moore

#33 Cassius Stanley

It's not the blowout class of 2018 (but what else could be?), but this bunch is loaded with talent and will surely keep Duke near the top.

4) Arizona (291 pts)

#6 Nico Mannion

#13 Josh Green

#38 Zeke Nnaji

#56 Terry Armstrong

Christian Koloko

Arizona landed an exceptional class led by the deceptively good, Mannion, who does a load of things well.

5) Villanova (254 pts)

#15 Jeremiah Robinson-Earl

#16 Bryan Antoine

#52 Justin Moore

#67 Eric Dixon

The storyline has been that Villanova got amazing things done with players that were below radar coming out of high school. That narrative will have to take a pause at the very least because this class is loaded.

6) Florida (226 pts)

#9 Scottie Lewis

#22 Tre Mann

#46 Omar Payne

Lewis bring effort and talent to this top 10 class that should have the Gators back in the thick of things.

7) Washington (216 pts)

#2 Isaiah Stewart

#7 Jaden McDaniels

#78 RaeQuan Battle

The Huskies jumped into the top 10 with the late addition of McDaniels who, along with Stewart, will combine to form one of the most talented frontcourt tandems in the nation.

8) USC (212 pts)

#18 Isaiah Mobley

#19 Onyeka Okongwu

#54 Max Agbonkpolo

Kyle Sturdivant

Drake London

USC comes in strong with the first top 10 class for the first time in recent memory.

9) North Carolina (207 pts)

#3 Cole Anthony

#23 Armando Bacot

#70 Anthony Harris

Jeremiah Francis

The Heels come in with their second #8 class in a row. This time the leader is Anthony, who can take over a game on his own.

10) Ohio State (184)

#31 D.J. Carton

#41 E.J. Liddell

#47 Alonzo Gaffney

The Buckeyes don't have an elite talent in this group but they have three top 50's to build a strong team around.

Honorable Mention

  • Georgia (177)

  • Gonzaga (174)

  • Louisville (155)

  • Texas (155)

  • Washington (122)

  • Michigan State (112)

  • Oregon (112)

  • Florida State (109)