We are announcing the top 101 basketball players in the class of 2023 this week | Youth1

We are announcing the top 101 basketball players in the class of 2023 this week

The Elite 101 is an exclusive look at the top 101 8th grade basketball players in the nation. This list contains a collection of athletes who are competing for Division I offers, some of whom have already received recognition from top tier high school and college programs around the country. The Elite 101 has been compiled over the past year and athletes have been identified through coverage of camps and tournaments as well as direct contact with coaches, players and program personal.  

This year’s Elite 101 features the class of 2023, a class that may be the most star-studded Elite 101 of all time. Some of the big names on this list are obvious, Mikey Williams, Elijah Fisher and Lebron James Jr. are all featured on the list to no ones surprise. There is a lot of hype surrounding these players and all of it is well deserved, they are all human highlight reels with the skill set to back it up.

 

Even more impressive than the stars is the depth of this list. Beyond the top 25 there is a lot of potential for growth. It is very possible to see some players develop into division I and II prospects as they mature in high school.

Be sure to come back to Youth1 to check out the full list later this week!

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