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|Don't forget, there is a privately run National HS Invitational Championship this May in Elkhart, Ind. To apply, Apply to the National High School Invitational Championship Here.|
We enter 2013 with many questions for the Boys High School Club scene. This bracket is usually a little more unpredictable than the single-school competitions, because recruited players could come from virtually anywhere.
So this is our first attempt. There is no reason, at present, to drop Cathedral down, although we suspect United, which was a young team last season, will be very strong.
Marin Highlanders get a boost because they showed very well at the 2012
NIT, and return most of their team.
What about Highland? The longtime championship team is back competing but is, we've been told, competing as a single-school. We have not ranked them at all because we need to see some results first.
Don't forget, there is a privately run National HS Invitational Championship this May in Elkhart, Ind. To apply, you should click on this link and fill out the form.
2013 Preseason Boys HS Club Top 25
presented by Selective Service
|3||Colorado Springs (Colo.)|
|5||Marin Highlanders (Calif.)|
|6||Kansas City Jr. Blues (Mo.)|
|7||Belmont Shore (Calif.)|
|9||Charlotte Tigers (NC)|
|13||West Shore United (Pa.)|
|14||Red Mountain (Ariz.)|
|17||Granite Bay (Calif.)|
|19||Kona Bulls (Hawaii)|
|21||Union County (NJ)|
|24||The Woodlands (Tex.)|
|25||White Station (Tenn.)|