Archived Rankings

We only keep the final rankings of Graduated Seniors of each respective class. These young prospects had a great finish to their High School Legacies that they built. May God bless them as they go into their collegiate careers and adult livelihoods.


2018 Rankings

2018 class Final rankings list the Top 30. This was a dynamic graduating class that featured a McDonalds All-American in Quentin Grimes, and the 2017 State Championship Cy-Falls Eagles as well as the 2018 UIL State Championship Runner-Ups in Katy Tompkins prospects that are listed. A tough scoring point in Kendric Davis.



2019 Rankings

The graduating class of 2019 was filled with some talented prospects. This list contains the Top 30 of that class. Prospects like Kharee McDaniels and Calvin Solomon who lead their team to a UIL State Championship Game. Shavir Wheeler one of the most dynamic pass-first points to ever grace the scene.


2020 Rankings

The graduating class of 2020 featured some tough prospects like LJ Cryer who is one of the Top All-Time scorers in Texas High School history, and Jordan Ivy-Curry who lead the state of Texas in points per game averaged his senior season.


2021 Rankings

The graduating class of 2021 had to face a difficult time trying to play through COVID-19. Ramon Walker who received the Guy V. Lewis Award finished number 1 in our rankings. We also seen Legacy School of Sports Science place 7 seniors into NCAA D1 institutes.


2022 Rankings

The graduating class of 2022 had a lot of good High School Prospects. It will be interesting to watch this class go through the collegiate basketball rigor. We witness Terrance Arceneaux win back-to-back state Championships and State MVP's. The scoring prowess of PJ Haggerty and many more.