Michael O’Brien’s Super 25 Chicago-area basketball rankings

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Morgan Park’s Karl Jones (15) fouls Simeon’s Kejuan Clements (0) in the first half. Worsom Robinson/For the Sun-Times.

With record and last week’s ranking

1. Simeon (3-0) 1

Hosts Bogan Tuesday

2. Young (8-1) 2

Dolphins have an identity

3. Morgan Park (2-2) 3

Lost to Simeon

4. Curie (4-1) 4

Survived St. Rita

5. Romeoville (7-0) 7

Hosts Bolingbrook Wednesday

6. Niles North (7-0) 6

Hosts Evanston Friday

7. Bolingbrook (5-0) 8

Joseph Yesufu is dominating

8. Orr (3-2) 5

Chase Adams can score

9. Oak Park (6-0) 9

Top four seed at Pontiac

10. Larkin (5-2) 10

Knocked off Geneva

11. Naperville North (6-0) 11

Hosts Joliet West Tuesday

12. DePaul Prep (7-1) 12

Handled St. Laurence

13. New Trier (6-0) 14

Beat Niles West

14. West Aurora (5-1) 16

Beat York

15. Kenwood (4-1) 20

Beat Brother Rice

16. Proviso East (5-1) 21

Beat Downers South

17. Benet (7-1) 23

Beat York, ND

18. St. Viator (6-1) NR

Jeremiah Hernandez can play

19. Marian Catholic (4-1) 13

Lost to St. Viator

20. Hillcrest (8-2) 15

Lost to Romeoville

21. Fenwick (6-3) NR

Tough early schedule

22. Evanston (6-1) NR

Faces Niles North Friday

23. Fremd (7-1) NR

Rolling again

24. Wheaton-Warrenville South (7-0) 24

Still untested

25. Homewood-Flossmoor (5-1) NR

Strong defensively

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