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15 Aug 2013

Boys’ Basketball Club Power Rankings

Boys’ Basketball Club Power Rankings

AAU Boys Basketball Club Rankings

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Thank you for your interest in AAU Boys Basketball and the newest Power Rankings! As a reminder, these polls are subjective and will change. 

For teams looking to break into or move up in the power rankings the selection criteria is based upon the following: 

• Teams and individuals are current AAU members

• Participation in licensed 2015 AAU events 
* The events for review are National Championships, Super Showcases, District Championships, AAU Super Regional's, and Disney Spring events. 

• Perceived talent along with team performance

Teams may also submit information about who they have beaten throughout the season by sending us an email at aaupowerrankings@aausports.org

Only games played at AAU licensed events will be considered. 

These rankings are not used to seed teams at Nationals.

We will provide a preseason and final ranking before and after every season. Thank you for your continued support of AAU Boys Basketball.

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