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New Rivals 2024 position rankings breakdown


Center: Top Dog - . The Kansas commit had to earn his No. 1 status at the position this summer with a few other bigs on his heels. But the 6-foot-9 bouncy athlete was too productive and too consistent to catch. Bidunga, No. 6 overall in the Rivals150, thrives as a gifted rebounder and shot blocker who finishes plays with authority through contact. (Rivals.com)

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New Rivals 2024 position rankings breakdown


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