Michael O’Brien’s Super 25 basketball rankings

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With record and last week’s ranking

1. Simeon (26-3) 1

Rough start vs. Rice

2. Fenwick (27-2) 2

Malnati knows Farragut

3. Morgan Park (24-3) 3

Coasting so far

4. Kenwood (21-4) 4

Solid win over Oak Park

5. Curie (23-5) 5

Young will be a challenge

6. Bogan (19-7) 6

Face Vocational again

7. North Lawndale (22-7) 7

Survived at Marshall

8. Marian Catholic (23-5) 8

Can Spartans shock Simeon?

9. Benet (27-3) 9

Playing smart

10. Thornton (24-3) 10

Rucker huge in Bloom win

11. St. Joseph (22-8) 11

Barely beat Phillips

12. Orr (20-3) 12

Raekwon Drake is a force

13. Vocational (21-8) 17

Another shot at Bogan

14. Young (19-8) 18

Castaneda vs. Gage

15. Deerfield (27-3) 19

Survived Lake Forest

16. Evanston (23-5) 20

Back to winning

17. Hillcrest (22-6) 21

Should handle Plano

18. Notre Dame (23-6) 22

Enough talent to beat Evanston

19. Stevenson (24-6) 23

Not just Smith and Aoki

20. Minooka (23-8) 25

Dominated Bolingbrook

21. Glenbard West (25-3) NR

Got past Hinsdale Central

22. Mount Carmel (24-7) NR

Nice win over Hyde Park

23. Joliet West (19-9) NR

Steelmen vs. Tigers on Wed.

24. Crete-Monee (20-8) NR

Huge win over H-F

25. Hinsdale South (22-9) NR

Barret Benson can dominate

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