The 2018 class could very easily be one of the deepest classes of the four that NEB Media will be releasing. Every player mentioned on this list is a Division 1 prospect and there are multiple others who were left off of this ranking who are Division 1 prospects as well. This ranking will fluctuate throughout the season based off of performance.
Liz Dixon from Memphis Ridgeway tops the list of the 2018 rankings. The post player is one of the top rising prospects nationally as she went from unranked to a top 20 prospect in one season on the EYBL circuit.
Elizabeth Balogun follows closely behind Dixon in the two spot. The versatile Balogun has continued to progress her skill set as well as her shooting ability.
Brinae Alexander, Jordyn Cambridge, and Rhyne Howard are all guards who round out the top 5.
The rankings for the 2017 class will be released Friday, November 25.
NEB Media's Class of 2018
1) Elizabeth Balogun (Hamilton Heights) - FBC
2) Brinae Alexander (Riverdale) - Flight
3) Jordyn Cambridge (Ensworth) - Flight
4) Rhyne Howard (Bradley Central) - FBC
5) Jazmine Massengil (Hamilton Heights) - FBC
6) Gabby Crawford (Munford) - Memphis Elite
7) Alexis Whittington (Riverdale) - Flight
8) Akira Levy (Upperman) - Flight
9) Jamirah Shutes (Haywood County) - Memphis Elite
10) Sydni Harvey (Brentwood Academy) - BWright
11) Taylor Lamb (South Greene) - Flight
12) Mykia Dowdell (Oak Ridge) - Flight
13) Allie Mayeux (Riverdale) - Flight
14) Jasmine Carson (Memphis Whitehaven) - Team Penny
15) Shawnta Shaw (Pearl Cohn) - BWright
16) Sydni Lollar (Greeneville) - Flight
17) Jireh Washington (Memphis Central) - Team Penny
18) Kiera Downey (Ravenwood) - BWright
19) Kenedi Hambrick (Ezell Harding) - BWright
20) Macie Cullbertson (Daniel Boone) - Tennessee Trotters
21) Sade Hudson (Memphis Trezevant) - Team Penny
22) Sydney Pearce (Daniel Boone) - Tennessee Trotters
23) Amanda Whittington (Riverdale) - Flight
24) Maggie Knowles (Oakland) - Flight