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Updated 2023 Rivals150 released


The penultimate Rivals150 for the 2023 class has been released, and the picture of how the rankings may look when all is said and done this spring is beginning to clear. This refresh yielded a new No. 1 in point guard , but the moves extend well beyond the top of the rankings. It’s been a bit of a chaotic year at the top of the 2023 Rivals150. (Rivals.com)

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Updated 2023 Rivals150 released


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