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New Mexico Fall Basketball Rankings: Class of 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021

11/20/2018, 3:15pm CST
By Malik Waters

Last month, the D1 Nation New Mexico held an evaluation and ranking camp in Albuquerque.  Below are the results for the Class of 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022.  it appears the first four seniors were ranked on the money as all 4 have signed to play college basketball.   All four are also alumni of the New Mexico D1 Ambassadors

#3 ranked David Patterson (Rio Rancho, NM) was the only Division One signee in the state. The lanky shooter has inked with the Air Force Academy continuing a long tradition in the D1 Nation with our alumni going to the service academies. I'm proud of the fact that Navy, Army and Air Force have had more commitments from our program than any other AAU organization in the country.  These include all time greats J J Avila (Navy), Dylan Cox (Army) and Max Yon (Air Force).

David Patterson Signs With Air Force


Seniors class of 2019 Juniors class of 2020


1. Aamer Muhammad


1. Ricky Lujan

2. Jalen Munn 2. Jude Tapia
3. David Patterson 3. Elijah Davidson
4. Zanen Zeller 4. Eloy Medina
5. Tyler Quintana 5. Josiah Ramos
6. Kameron Valencia 6. Owen Olney
7. Marcus Scott 7. Jacob Mattox
8. Jalontae Gray 8. Rayshad Brown
9. Ben Manzano 9. Dion Battle
10. AJ Garcia 10. Derek Ailtes


Sophomores Class of 2021 Freshman Class of 2022
1. Fedonta White 1 Jakwon Hill
2. Tre Watson 2. Sean Johnson
3. Nate Hasberry 3. Kaden Valdez
4. Derrick Chavez 4. Nathan Randall
5. Jeff Davidson 5. Mateo Hernandez
6. Cody Garcia 6. Elias Hernandez
7. Ronald Hodnett 7. Elijah Sims
8. Kasen Sparks 8. Deuce Benjamin
9. Lucas Lovato 9.  Tai Taiaroa
10. Evan Gonzales 10. Jaden Malone

#1 ranked Aamer Muhammad (Rio Rancho, NM/Cleveland) committed to Division II Lubbock Christian University

#2 ranked Jalen Munn (Rio Rancho, NM/Cleveland) committed to Division II Highlands University (NM)

#4 ranked Zanen Zeller (Los Lunas, NM) signed with Division II Biola College (CA)