12mKansas commit Cliff Alexander was positioned to have a big senior season with Curie, but the numbers he's posting have exceeded expectations.
1yAll eyes were on Chicago on Friday when two of the top five high school players in the country made the decision on where they will attend college next season.
1yAs national signing day approaches, only two Big Ten teams -- Ohio State and Michigan -- are competitive with the leaders from the SEC and Big 12 and Pac-12, says CBS Sports Network's Tom Lemming.
1yCoach Gary DeCesare of St. Rita is looking for his team to be ranked in all the polls while staying focused to go undefeated in March.
1yMatt Reinke has big shoes to fill in his own home, where his three brothers all enjoyed success at Winnebago. But he's out to prove that he's not just "Baby Reinke."
1yComcast SportsNet's Joe Collins and Taylor Bell break down this week's top IHSA rankings, and there's a new leader back on top.
1yIn a battle of the No. 1 and No. 2 teams in the state of Illinois, Simeon came out on top, edging Young, 44-41 at Chicago State. The Wolverines were led by Jaylon Tate's 12 points. Jabari Parker finished with seven points.
Preps Basketball Power Rankings
1. Stevenson (6-0) (1)
2. Simeon (3-0) (2)
3. Bogan (7-0) (5)
4. St. Rita (4-1) (6)
6. Whitney Young (2-1) (7)
7. Morgan Park (2-2) (3)
8. Kenwood (6-1) (8)
25. Bartlett (7-1) (NR)