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Scout.com released its updated class of 2015 rankings today and the South was well represented in the top 100. One quarter of the list hails from the South. We listed out the players from Georgia earlier. He's the rest of the players from the South.

Scout.com released its updated class of 2015 rankings today and Georgia players were dotted all over the list. Six players from the metro Atlanta area dot the national list.

They are:

9. Jaylen Brown, SF, Wheeler
22. Doral Moore, C, Luella
41. Daniel Giddens, C, Wheeler
43. Will Jackson, SG/PG, Athens Christian
49. Noah Dickerson, PF, Montverde Academy (FL)*
73. Marcus Sheffield, SF, Chattahoochee

Evan Daniels, Scout.com's director of basketball recruiting, will be at The Elite Preview on March 15 at Norcross High School. He will have an opportunity to see more class of 2015, 2016 and 2017 players from the Peach State at the invite-only event.

Click HERE to access our class of 2015 player rankings from the start of the high school season. We will update the list right after the Georgia high school state tournament.

As the march to Macon moves forward, we’ll take a look at what we believe is the best region tournament in each of Georgia’s six classifications.

Teams are familiar with one each other throughout the course of a region play and over the years. Such is the point many of them are constantly knocking each other off.

As the march to Macon proceeds forward, we'll take a look at what we believe is the best region tournament in each of Georgia's six classifications.

In Class AAAA, Region 5 has been a dogfight this season and don't expect anything less moving into the region tournament. This region tournament, by our opinion, is the tops in AAAA. Here's why.

As the march to Macon proceeds forward, we'll take a look at what we believe is the best region tournament in each of Georgia's six classifications.

Dekalb County's 6-AAAAA has long been home to state champions. The county has produced a basketball state champ for the last eight years. Chew on that for a second.

As the march to Macon proceeds forward, we'll take a look at what we believe is the best region tournament in each of Georgia's six classifications.

ALPHARETTA, GA – Going into its season-finale, Milton High boys’ basketball team was not concerned about its overall or region record. The Eagles were just trying to get back on the right track.

It took Milton a little more than three and half quarters to find its rhythm. The Eagles knocked down some critical baskets, including two consecutive three-pointers by Mo Lewis, to upset Wheeler High 48-41 on Saturday.

DECATUR, GA -- Greenforest Christian Academy head coach David Jones has coached basketball for 40 years in the Southeast and has a Costco-sized space in his life for lessons learned on the hardwood.

He stood in front of his team in a converted band room in the back corner of his school's gym and spoke to his young Eagles squad after an impressive 66-50 victory over Holy Innocents, one of the team's top Region 4-A foes.

ROBERTA, GA -- Driving into the heart of Crawford County, the community was shutdown. In a perfect cliché, businesses were closed down and traffic was non-existent. The city wasn't sleeping just after the sun was hidden away by an evening fog.

Not at all. It was game night at Crawford County. More importantly, it was time for the Flint River Rivalry at Taylor County came to town. One of middle Georgia's best basketball games of the year was taking place on Tuesday night and no one in Robert, Georgia (population 1,000) was going to miss it.

National Signing Day is Wednesday and thousands of high school football seniors will put a pen to a paper and contractually connect themselves to a college or university of their choice. Many basketball coaches were wondering if two-sport prospect Cameron Johnson of Athens (Ga.) Clarke Central would be one of them.

We've had some serious highlights this year in Georgia high school hoops. These dunks are our favorites (so far) as we continue the march to Macon.

Phil Cofer had this amazing dunk against Hammond (S.C.) over the weekend.

Jaylen Brown threw this bad boy down against Wenonah at the Hilton Invitational.

Which one do you think was the best? Vote here:

NORCROSS, GA - The Hilton Invitational is growing into being the destination event just before the end. Every year, the one-day showcase has had matchups that left people on the edge of their seats on Saturday.

This was no different as players, teams and basketball fans left host Norcross High impressed with the games. There were some game winners at the buzzer, individual performances and highlights that had people talking about what they just happen to see.

Tookie Brown took an unofficial visit to Mississippi State in the early fall and ever since his September trip to Starkville, the junior from Morgan County (Ga.) High School has been thinking about the SEC program. On Sunday, the thoughts came to an end and the 5-foot-10 scorer committed to the Bulldogs.

SAVANNAH, GA - The recipe for Jenkins was quite simple against Liberty County - play physical and make perimeter shots. That's exactly what the Warriors did in a body-bruising region game on Saturday night as Jenkins won 49-38.

Collins Hill guard Devin Mitchell calmly dribbled to the three point line and pulled up from the left wing to drill a game-winning three-pointer to lift his Eagles past rival Peachtree Ridge on Saturday night 46-45.

After missing a pair of free throws, Mitchell's three-point shot won the game and insansity spilled onto the court shortly there after. Relive the buzzer beater:

VIDALIA, GA -- On Senior Night, the Vidalia Indians relied on the core of the team to show the standing-room only crowd a little more of the same. Eight players on the Class AA power played their final regular season home game of their careers and went out with a bang, putting region foe McIntosh County Academy away by a score of 74-52 on Friday night.

When you look at Georgia's loaded 2016 class, there are a lot of scorers. There are a lot of wings. And there are a lot of versatile players in the deep group. Then there is Jailyn Ingram of Morgan County. The 6-foot-6 wing is one of the more unique guys in his classification and he's been on the upward tract all season and emerging as one of the more promising prospects in the Southeast.

Morgan County came to the Atlanta area after the Christmas break and played very well in the Nike/BMASP Holiday tournament. Paced by junior guard Tookie Brown, the Bulldogs are one of the leaders in Class AAA in Georgia high school hoops.