1. (last week 1) IMG Academy (Bradenton, Fla.), 26-1
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Regular season complete. Dick's Nationals candidate.2. (2) La Lumiere (LaPorte, Ind.), 25-1
Regular season complete. Dick's Nationals candidate.3. (3) St. Benedict's Prep (Newark, N.J.), 27-4
Syracuse commit Bourama Sidibe
dropped 20 points to spur a 90-58 win Tuesday over Rise Academy (Philadelphia). The Gray Bees will compete in the NAISAC Championships in New Jersey this week to close out the regular season.4. (4) Montverde Academy (Fla.), 23-4
Regular season complete. Dick's Nationals candidate.
5. (5) Findlay Prep (Henderson, Nev.), 33-3
Kentucky signee P.J. Washington
went off for a triple-double in a 124-65 victory Tuesday over Impact Academy (Las Vegas). The Pilots ended the regular season with six wins against teams that have appeared in the High School Top 25 or Independent Top 10 this year.
6. (6) Oak Hill Academy (Mouth of Wilson, Va.), 37-4
Ole Miss commit Devontae Shuler
posted 24 points in a 93-46 statement win Saturday over previous bubble team Wesley Christian (Allen, Ky.). Oak Hill Academy finishes the regular season Wednesday with a home tilt against 22-win York Prep (Rock Hill, S.C.).7. (7) Prolific Prep Academy (Napa, Calif.), 27-2
Went 2-0 over the weekend, averaging 103.5 points per game in the process. Prolific Prep Academy travels to Arizona this weekend to battle in the Grind Session National Championship.
8. (8) Westtown (Pa.), 32-2
The Moose closed out the regular season last week by nabbing their second consecutive PAISAA state crown. 9. (9) Huntington St. Joseph Prep (W. Va.), 26-4
UCLA signee Chris Smith
recorded 32 points in a 116-58 victory Thursday over Mountain State Christian (Culloden, W.Va.) to end the regular season. The Irish own a signature win against No. 7 Prolific Prep Academy.10. (NR) First Love Christian Academy (Washington, Pa.), 22-2David Collins
deposited 31 points in a huge 84-63 win Saturday over Trinity International (Las Vegas) to claim the NCSAA championship. The Knights have played quality competition this season as one of their two losses came to No. 5 Findlay Prep. First Love Christian Academy faces Word of God Christian Academy (Raleigh, N.C.) Monday in the FCA National Hoops Invitational semifinals in West Virginia.
Keep an eye on: Southwest Christian Academy (Little Rock, Ark.)
, Rock Creek Christian Academy (Upper Marlboro, Md.)
, Oldsmar Christian (Fla.)