Mississippi Basketball Ranking Fall- 2003

We would like to say that Mississippi is loaded with talent. This state has already had four players who have signed D-1 scholarships.  The Mississippi Jackson Panthers played in three major final tournaments.  Many scouts think that 6'9" Al Jefferson is the nation's best player. Jr. Monta Ellis is one of the Nation's top juniors.  Ellis had a phenomenal summer.   We would like to thank our Mississippi source James Wright of Jackson, MS, Larry Stamp of Jackson , MS and our talent scout Brian Brooks of Moss Point, MS. Coming soon is our junior and sophomore class.

Top 15 Player Class of 2004

 

National

State

Name

HT

POS

School

City

College

Definition

Rank

Rank

2

1

Al Jefferson

6-9

PF

Prentiss

Prentiss

Arkansas

HM

56

2

Charles Thomas

6-8

PF

Lanier

Jackson

Miss. St.

M/HM

62

3

Charles White

5-11

PG

Provire

Jackson

Miss. St.

M/HM

68

4

Charles Rhodes

6-8

PF

Lanier

Jackson

Miss. St.

M/HM

90

5

Bobby Clark

6-5

2G

Lanier

Jackson

Mississippi

M/HM

181

6

Christian Marshall

6-9

PF

Wingfield

Jackson

M/HM

NR

7

Henry Salter

6-4

WF

Lanier

Jackson

MM

NR

8

Julian Harris

6-7

SF

Columbus

Columbus

MM

NR

9

Mekel Marshall

6-9

PF

Columbus

Columbus

MM

NR

10

Alton Robertson

6-6

SF

Hattisburg

Hattiesburg

MM

NR

11

Darius Acker

5-10

PG

St. Stanilus

Bay St. Louis

MM

NR

12

Bernard Rimmer

6-7

SF

Grenada

Grenada

MM

NR

13

Terrell Wilson

6-8

PF

Holy Springs

Mississippi

MM

NR

14

Terrell McCoy

6-3

SG

West Boliver

Rosadare

MM

NR

15

Standford Speech

6-1

PG

Jim Hill

Jackson

MM