Thanks for visiting my Hit News.com Big Changes in Top 25 Rankings
South Sioux City’s Austin Groth leads the way into a major realignment of MHN’s Top 25 Nebraska H.S. Basketball Prospects rankings. Averaging 23.5 points per game and getting serious looks from D-1 programs, the 6-0 Cardinal sharpshooter jumped from the ranks of the mentioned to No.4. The other two
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Decision Time is at Hand for Many in the Class of 2011
Omaha Westside's Nate Skold commits to Tulane.
Out of the eight known Nebraska high school prospects currently holding Division 1A offers only two, Brandon Yost (Millard West) and Derrius Vick (Lincoln Southeast) have have not declared their school of choice. Millard West’s Yost has received late offers from Ohio and
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The MHN End-of-Season Top 25 Nebraska High School Football Prospect ranking is the third in a series of four class rankings (Preseason, Midseason, End-of-season and Final) that we provide for each Nebraska high school graduation class.
The end-of-season ranking places significant weight on a prospect’s senior year performance, while also realizing that the ultimate determinate of an athlete’s perceived potential is the attention
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Class A leading rusher Richard Wynne Jr. has been key to keeping Creighton Preps' playoff hopes alive.
Good Games on Tap for Class A Quarterfinals
Cast your vote below for who will win each game.
The opening round results of the 2010 Class A state playoffs went as
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Akoy Agau Moves Past Mike Gesell to Become MHN’s No. 1 Nebraska High School Basketball Prospect
Akoy Agau: MHN 2010/2011 Preseason No. 1 ranked Nebraska high school basketball prospect.
By Will Cummings myHitNews.com
myHitNews 2010/2011 Preseason Top 25 Nebraska H.S. Basketball Prospects