State-by-state No. 1 teams

Updated: November 5, 2009, 1:50 PM ET
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The choice for the top team in each state ran the gamut from easy -- Ames in Iowa thanks to the nation's No. 1 player, Harrison Barnes -- to the difficult, such as South Carolina, where there is no clear-cut favorite.

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AP Photo/Steve PopeNo surprise that Harrison Barnes and Ames are the No. 1 team in Iowa.

ALABAMA
Butler (Huntsville) 34-3

ALASKA
West (Anchorage) 26-5

ARIZONA
North (Phoenix) 25-6

ARKANSAS
Conway 24-4

CALIFORNIA
Westchester (Los Angeles) 35-2

COLORADO
Regis Jesuit (Aurora) 26-2

CONNECTICUT
Bridgeport Central (Bridgeport) 22-4

DELAWARE
Tatnall (Wilmington) 23-2

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (D.C.)
Gonzaga 29-5

FLORIDA
Montverde Academy (Montverde) 21-7

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FAB 50 Nos. 26 -- 50
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FAB 50 Nos. 11 -- 25
Top Current Players By State
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Nov. 5
FAB 50 No. 1 -- 10
Preseason No. 1 By State
Regional Rankings
Five Burning Questions

GEORGIA
Milton (Alpharetta) 24-8

HAWAII
Kahuku 20-3

IDAHO
Skyview (Nampa) 26-0

ILLINOIS
Whitney Young (Chicago) 26-9

INDIANA
Bloomington South (Bloomington) 26-0

IOWA
Ames 26-0

KANSAS
Wichita Heights (Wichita) 24-1

KENTUCKY
Holmes (Covington) 36-2

LOUISIANA
Glen Oaks (Baton Rouge) 26-4

MAINE
Camden Hills (Rockport) 22-0

MARYLAND
Montrose Christian (Rockville) 21-3

MASSACHUSETTS
St. John's (Shrewsbury) 20-3

MICHIGAN
Pershing (Detroit) 26-1

MINNESOTA
Hopkins (Minnetonka) 31-0

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Brian Spurlock for ESPNRISE.comBloomington South (Bloomington, Ind.) is coming off an undefeated season and return as Indiana's top-ranked team.

MISSISSIPPI
Callaway (Jackson) 33-6

MISSOURI
Chaminade (St. Louis) 27-4

MONTANA
C.M. Russell (Great Falls) 23-2

NEBRASKA
Southwest (Lincoln) 23-3

NEVADA
Findlay Prep (Henderson) 33-0

NEW HAMPSHIRE
Trinity (Manchester) 22-1

NEW JERSEY
St. Patrick (Elizabeth) 30-3

NEW MEXICO
La Cueva (Albuquerque) 24-8

NEW YORK
Rice (New York) 25-3

NORTH CAROLINA
Christ School (Arden) 36-2

NORTH DAKOTA
Mandan 24-1

OHIO
Northland (Columbus) 27-1

OKLAHOMA
Tulsa Memorial (Tulsa) 22-4

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Steve Boyle/ESPN RISE MagazinePhiladelphia's Neumann-Goretti checks in as Pennsylvania' No. 1 team.

OREGON
Jesuit (Portland) 25-3

PENNSYLVANIA
Neumann-Goretti (Philadelphia) 26-3

RHODE ISLAND
Bishop Hendricken (Warwick) 24-3

SOUTH CAROLINA
Greer 20-9

SOUTH DAKOTA
Watertown 16-9

TENNESSEE
White Station (Memphis) 30-7

TEXAS
Yates (Houston) 34-1

UTAH
Provo 24-1

VERMONT
Burlington 21-1

VIRGINIA
Oak Hill Academy (Mouth of Wilson) 41-1

WASHINGTON
Federal Way 28-2

WEST VIRGINIA
Logan 15-9

WISCONSIN
Madison Memorial (Madison) 26-1

WYOMING
Campbell County (Gillette) 24-4

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