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

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Marist’s Morgan Taylor (20) goes up on St. Laurence’s Jay Ullrich (25). Worsom Robinson/For the Sun-Times.

With record and last week’s ranking

1. Simeon (7-2) 1

Fourth place in Fort Myers

2. Curie (7-1) 3

Major threat at Pontiac

3. Niles North (9-0) 6

Dominated Lake Zurich

4. Orr (7-2) 4

Added some depth

5. Bolingbrook (7-1) 7

Favorites at Hinsdale Central

6. Oak Park (7-0) 8

Nice road at Pontiac

7. Young (10-2) 2

Lost at Lincoln Park

8. Larkin (7-2) 9

Tough draw at Proviso West

9. Romeoville (10-1) 9

Beat Joliet West

10. Naperville North (8-0) 11

Favorites at York

11. Morgan Park (6-5) 5

Rough time in Las Vegas

12. DePaul Prep (9-1) 12

Major threat at Hinsdale Central

13. New Trier (8-0) 14

Plenty to prove at Proviso West

14. Proviso East (7-2) 15

Tough opener vs. Bogan

15. St. Viator (8-1) 16

Trey Calvin earning raves

16. Marian Catholic (7-1) 17

Nice win at Waukegan

17. Hillcrest (9-2) 18

Challenging draw at Proviso West

18. Benet (8-2) 19

Always great at Pontiac

19. Fenwick (8-3) 20

Proviso West sleepers

20. Marist (11-0) NR

Morgan Taylor is a force

21. Wheaton-Warrenville South (8-0) 21

Top seed at Bloomington

22. Evanston (8-2) 22

Jaheim Holden is smooth

23. Willowbrook (7-1) 23

Favorites at Glenbard West

24. Joliet Central (8-1) 24

Underrated at Bloomington

25. Prospect (8-2) 25

Contenders at Wheeling

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