Updated 2023 North Carolina Rankings
With the season about to kick off in a couple of weeks in North Carolina, what better time than now to update the 2023 rankings for the state. We have bumped the list out to sixty players in the 2023 class, an addition of twenty players to our rankings for the state.
Southern California commitment Silas Demary Jr., stays at our #1 spot. The 6-foot-5 guard out of Combine Academy has remained at the top-spot since this time last year. Demary and or #5 prospect make two prospects in the top-5 for Sim Frazier's Team Curry program.
Tennessee commitment Freddie Dilione comes in at the #2 spot in the latest rankings. The point guard out of Word of God in Raleigh, North Carolina had a huge summer playing with Team Loaded North Carolina on the Adidas circuit and really saw his recruitment take off from the spring.
College of Charleston commitment Isaiah Coleman comes in at #3 as the new addition of assistant coach Thomas Carr to Pat Kelsey's staff at College of Charleston is paying dividends. The Cougars have landed three players from the Team Loaded organization over the past few months. Carr was the head coach for Team Loaded NC.
At #4 is Davin Cosby another Word of God product out of Raleigh, North Carolina. The Alabama commitment originally from Richmond, Virginia chose Alabama over Virginia, NC State and Wake Forest.
The #5 spot belongs to Richmond commitment Collin Tanner, who played with Team Curry on the Under Armour circuit. Tanner brings size and scoring to the table for the Spiders.
BY THE NUMBERS
20 of the Top-60 players in the 2023 rankings are committed to a college program.
3 of the Top-10 are still uncommitted. #6 Derin Saran, #8 Jakel Powell and #9 Jakwon Moore.
33 out of the top-60 are considered guards.
27 out of the top-60 are forwards or centers.
3 Raleigh area players are ranked in the top-5.