The School team season is a bit hotter than the HS Club season so far, and that's generally been the trend the last few years.
What with the single-school leagues in SoCal and North Carolina that finish up in February, and Texas's new single-school league, and the fact that these teams can get moving a little faster than HS clubs can, we just have more results to track.
Not a lot of movement here and we won't see a ton of it until more HS club teams get playing.
We do have Florida, of course, and that's nice. Tempe, Woodlands, and Marin move up.
This is most definitely a preseason ranking.
Very few club teams are in action right now, and even the teams that are playing, such as the Californian teams that were in the Storer Classic, will take some time off.
Texas does get some club games going, and Florida has started, but it will be slow going in January.
Here is our first week of Boys HS School-Team rankings for 2023.
We wrap up our All-D1 Fall ranking and it's been a bit of an experiment.
The longtime conventional wisdom has been that there's some crossover between D1A and D1AA teams (meaning some D1AA teams are stronger than some D1A teams). And with the development of NCR's D1, which includes teams that play in D1A conferences, that's also thought to be true.