2020-21 High School Rankings
The biggest mover here is Latrobe sophomore Vinny Kilkeary. He had been ranked at 113, but we've since learned that he'll stay at 106 unless an unexpected growth spurt says otherwise. The PIAA champ enters at the top spot and replaces Kannon Webster who recently competed at 113.
Missouri runner-up Zan Fugitt dropped a few spots after taking a loss at Rocky Mountain Nationals. He rebounded from that loss nicely though to win the rest of his matches including his finals against Fargo runner-up Alan Koehler of Prior Lake, Minnesota. Koehler had a nice weekend of his own including wins over Fargo 5th placer Caleb Thoenes and Logan Swensen, who he also beat at Minnesota's #1.
Junior Caleb Thoennes also enters the rankings after an impressive win over Logan Swensen. Thoennes, a Fargo All-American, has yet to see the St. Michael-Albertville lineup, but don't let that fool you about how good this kid is. Last season he backed up 7th grader Landon Robideau who finished second in state.
The other names missing here from the last set of rankings are South Dakota freshman Ayson Rice who competed at 113 last weekend and Baylor, Tennessee junior Nick Corday who is also moving up.
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