We turn our attention to the first re-ranking of the Top 20 players for the 2018 UK camp.

Mate Okros stays at the #1 spot fresh off his commitment to NCAA D1 Drexel University and being the lead player for Myerscough College. Okros is having a solid NBL D2 season posting 15.1 PPG, 5.9 RPG, 3.3 APG & 3.3 SPG on 46.8 FG%. 

Also staying as the #2 ranked player is Tomiwa Sulaiman who jetted off to USA prep school West Nottingham Academy and is averaging a double-double of 12.5 PPG, 10.3 RPG & 3.4 APG.

We have three new players move into the Top 5 with Ade Adebayo moving up 2 spots to the #3 ranked player after a blistering start to NBL D1 leading Barking Abbey in nearly all categories posting 15.3 PPG, 5.3 RPG, 3.4 APG & 2.6 SPG on 48.7 FG%.

Newcastle Eagles product Tosan Evbuomwan moves up  4 places to become the #4 ranked player after having the most impactful season so far of any camper torching the NBL D1 posting 19.3 PPG, 7.9 RPG & 3.3 APG. 

Moving to the # 5 ranked player is Loughborough Riders’ Niall Harris who is coming off a hot start to the season in NBL D1 averaging 13.1 PPG, 7.2 RPG & 2.8 APG as well as picking up the annual Haris Tournament MVP.

We have three players all move up spots starting with Barking Abbey’s Nathaniel Powell who moves into the Top 10 as the #9 ranked player posting 9.8 PPG & 7.2 RPG on 57% FG.

Myerscough College’s Sanmi Fajana moves up 2 spots to be ranked at #12 behind a solid campaign so far in NBL D2 and abroad in the EYBL. He is posting 11.8 PPG & 5.3 RPG across both competitions.

London Lions up and coming star Aaron Badibo jumps up 2 places to be ranked #15 with a solid NBL D2 season so far tallying 13.2 PPG, 3.6 RPG & 1.4 APG as well as constant 40 point+ scoring outings in the ABL.

Peter Turay is the only new player into the Top 20 after having a breakout start to the season leading Itchen College to 2nd place in the EABL averaging a double-double of 20.9 PPG & 10.1 RPG on 67.5 FG% with a very productive 25.4 Eff. Rating.

To see the full updated Top 20 rankings please click here

– Re-rankings were taken from the start of the 2018/19 season up until end of December.
– Season Stats on the current Player Profiles pages are averages taken across all leagues.
– Massive thanks to clubs, EABL / Basketball England (Dave Owen) for providing statistics.
– The next re-rankings will take place in April 2018 with the final rankings in August 2018.


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