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New Rivals Rankings Countdown: Top 10 in 2026 revealed


1. : The clear top basketball recruit in the 2026 class, the 6-foot-7 Dybantsa has long been on the radar of pro scouts due to his length, skill, and versatility. 2. : One of the more physical recruit in the class, Stokes is all of 6-foot-7 and has a knack for utilizing his strong upper body and frame to create space and get to the basket. (Rivals.com)

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New Rivals Rankings Countdown: Top 10 in 2026 revealed


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