FAB 50

Ronnie Flores Ronnie Flores | January 21st, 2020 | 1,931 Views

This is the week we traditionally release our FAB 50 24 hours later than normal to accommodate all the MLK showcases. When the dust settled, we have a new No. 2 team, plenty of movement and six newcomers led by No. 39 Evanston (Evanston, Ill.).

Ronnie Flores Ronnie Flores | January 16th, 2020 | 437 Views

MLK weekend is a huge barometer for the top teams in the country, so we dig a bit deeper on what might transpire as team prepare for a post-season run. We also take a quick look at the rankings over the years and what could potentially happen to the longest-running weekly national rankings in the future.

Ronnie Flores Ronnie Flores | January 13th, 2020 | 2,142 Views

This is the time of the year that we reward teams in the FAB 50 for remaining unbeaten and playing tough schedules. Although there isn't an abundance of new ranked teams, MLK Weekend, particularly the Spaulding Hoophall Classic, should bring plenty of movement to next week's special FAB 50 MLK edition! 

Ronnie Flores Ronnie Flores | January 9th, 2020 | 263 Views

In Episode 51 of our "In The Paint" Show, Ron and Dev go hard on the latest FAB 50 rankings with Centennial (Corona, Calif.) coach Josh Giles and Oak Hill Academy (Va.) coach Steve Smith. The coaches talk exceeding preseason expectations and the keys to team success so far. Smith also breaks down the early days of national rankings and his program's breakthrough in 1987.

Ronnie Flores Ronnie Flores | January 8th, 2020 | 628 Views

Newspaper distribution and the Internet created greater interest in national rankings, but in actuality, United States high school basketball rankings began in 1959. Multiple national polls have been compiled for decades including the FAB 50, which is now the longest running weekly national rankings in the country.

Ronnie Flores Ronnie Flores | January 6th, 2020 | 5,522 Views

It's pretty obvious who the nation's No. 1 team is, but the latest edition of the FAB 50 National Team Rankings was still the toughest set of results to compile, and make sense of, in many years. When the dust settled, we came up with a pecking order we're comfortable with, including 11 newcomers!

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