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Storylines surrounding 2026 Rivals150 basketball recruiting update


The 2026 rankings have a new king of the castle, as California-based guard Recruiting Profile" rel="tag"> Jr. has supplanted former No. 1 prospect at the top of the list on the back of a sophomore season that saw McCoy’s massive long-term potential begin to give way to dominant production. The promising point guard has pro-level length. (Rivals.com)

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Storylines surrounding 2026 Rivals150 basketball recruiting update


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