ND 2023 Rankings Update: Overview

Wow, time flies when you’re having fun! High school season is over and the seniors have played their last career high school game. It’s sad but exciting at the same time because the players are all about to start a new journey in their lives.

This is also our final ranking update for the Class of 2023 North Dakota! It was a fun and exciting ride.

Good luck to all seniors, enjoy your final spring as a high school student!

Top 15 prospects

6’4″ | SG | 2023 Minot | ND phenomenon

6’10” | C | 2023 Bismarck Century | ND Phenom

6’4″ | SG | 2023 Bismarck Century | ND Phenom

6’9″ | PF | 2023 Des Lacs Burlington | ND Phenomenon

6’8″ | PF | 2023 Shanley | Howard Pulley

6’7″ | SF | 2023 Bismarck Century | ND Phenom

6’2″ | PG | 2023 Grand Forks Red River | ECI

6’1″ | PG | 2023 Dickinson | Sanford Pentagon Schoolers

6’4″ | SG | 2023 Grand Forks Red River | ECI

5’11” | PG | 2023 Fargo Davies | ECI

6’5″ | SF | 2023 North Border | ND Attack

6’4″ | SG | 2023 Harvey/Wells County | ND Phenom

6’5″ | SG | 2023 Oak Grove | West Central United

7’0″ | C | 2023 Wyndmere/Lidgerwood | ND Phenom

6’4″ | SF | 2023 Shanley | Next Level Basketball Academy

**Full 2023 ND Prospect Rankings**



How do you decide where a player is ranked? let me tell you

North Dakota Prep Hoops Prospect List is compiled by our writers with input from High school, AAU, and college coaches who watch tons of North Dakota basketball. We invested a lot of time and energy – probably too much! – and we’re working as hard as we can to get it right. We have never set out to bury a child or delist them. We try not to be biased – apart from giving preference to children with talent, courage and a desire to be better. We work hard to be fair. But at the end of the day, not everyone will be happy, and that’s okay. The ranking is updated four times a year, in October, January, March and June. Here are some other important things you should know.

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College coaches have a lot of influence. If there isn’t a clear consensus on the best players in each tier, we’ll let them have the final say.

– AAU is important. Of course, in the winter update, we’re adding players who are having great high school seasons. This is the premier opportunity for non-AAU ball athletes to make their mark. However, the reality is that players who do not play AAU severely limit their chance of making prospect rankings. They also limit their opportunities to play college basketball because statistically they are less likely to achieve the desired outcome than being seen by 100 if they are seen by 10 coaches.

– Most importantly, this list is about college potential, not current performance. Let me repeat that. THIS LISTING GOES ABOVE COLLEGE POTENTIAL, NOT CURRENT PERFORMANCE. This is the big factor, the factor that causes the greatest consternation and misunderstanding, especially among very concerned parents.

Source : prephoops.com

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