Updated 2022 Rivals150 basketball recruiting rankings released

The Rivals150 for 2022 has received its penultimate facelift, and there are no shortage of significant moves. The fact that Duke Blue Devils signee has seized the No. 1 spot will spark most of the discussion, but wasn’t the only significant shift by any means. It’s been a good month for Kansas Jayhawks signees M.J. Rice and . (


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Updated 2022 Rivals150 basketball recruiting rankings released

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