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Re: Look back/ahead to the Top 100 College Basketball recruits in the SEC
« Reply #50 on: October 22, 2012, 08:43:24 am »

Andy Katz on the Wooden Award
 
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In previous years, putting together a top 50 for the preseason Wooden Award has been a chore. There have been so many worthy candidates, even with the odd stipulation that you can’t put a freshman or junior college transfer on the preseason list. But coming up with 50 was a bit more difficult this season. There isn’t as much separation going into the season as we’ve seen in years past. That means the player of the year race is as wide open as I can remember the past 20 years. And that is good for the game because nearly all of them could emerge from a list of 50 and become a first-team all-American.
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Re: Look back/ahead to the Top 100 College Basketball recruits in the SEC
« Reply #51 on: October 23, 2012, 09:17:22 am »

Here's some of those Top 100 recruits from the '09 class that either signed with or landed at SEC schools:

2  PG John Wall             Word of God       Kentucky
3   C  DeMarcus Cousins  Le Flore Magnet  Kentucky
7  PF  Renardo Sidney  Fairfax      Mississippi State (b/4 and after a long route)
15 SG Kenny Boynton     American Heritage  Florida
17 C  Daniel Orton      Bishop McGuinness  Kentucky
37 PG Eric Bledsoe        Peter Parker         Kentucky
41 SG John Jenkins        Station Camp       Vandy
46 SF Jon Hood             North Hopkins      Kentucky
50 PF Kenny Hall           Redan                 Tennessee
52 PF Erik Murphy          St. Mark's            Florida
63 PF Marshawn Powell  The Miller School  Arkansas
67 SF Lakeem Jackson    Christ School       South Carolina
79 PF Reginald Buckner  Memphis Manassas  Ole Miss
85 PF Jeronne Maymon   Madison Memorial  Marquette -> Vols

Wall was SEC '10 POY, 1-n-done, Washington Wizards

Cousins was SEC '10 FOY, 1-n-done, Sacramento Kings

Sidney left MS St. and was dumped by his agent on 6-14. Awaiting draft.

Boynton was '11 2nd Team and '12 1st Team All-SEC. Returning to UF for '12-13.

Orton, 1-n-done, Orlando Magic.

Bledsoe, '10 All-SEC Freshman, 1-n-done, Clippers/Bakersfield Jam

Jenkins was '11 and '12 1st Team All-SEC. Awaiting draft after leaving as Jr.

Buckner was '11 and '12 All-Defensive SEC. Returns to Ole Miss.

Powell was formerly All-SEC and missed '11-12 due to injury; back at Arkansas.

Maymon was '12 2nd Team All-SEC.

Three players from the '09 Top 100 made the '12-13 All-SEC media preseason Top 11 players

7 Kenny Boynton is on the media's '12-13 All-SEC Preseason 1st Team and had the second most first place votes.

63 Marshawn Powell is on the media's '12-13 All-SEC Preseason 2nd Team.

85 Jeronne Maymon is on the media's '12-13 All-SEC Preseason 2nd Team.

Note: 2nd Teamer Michael Dixon, Jr. of Missouri was just outside the Top 100.
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Re: Look back/ahead to the Top 100 College Basketball recruits in the SEC
« Reply #52 on: October 23, 2012, 09:25:26 am »

Here's some of those Top 100 recruits from the '10 class that either signed with or landed at SEC schools:

3   C  Enes Kanter      Stoneridge Prep  Kentucky
6  PG Brandon Knight  Pinecrest           Kentucky
7  PF  Tobias Harris    Triple-H             Vols
8  PF  Terrence Jones  Jefferson           Kentucky
15 PF  Patric Young     Providence        Florida
20 SF  Jelan Kendrick  Wheeler            Memphis -> Ole Miss -> Indian Hills CC
25 PG  Ryan Harrow    Walton              NC State -> Kentucky
28 SG  Doron Lamb     Oak Hill Academy  Kentucky
38 SG  Jordan McRae   Liberty County   Vols
50 PG  Trevor Releford Bishop Miege    Bama
53  C  Damontre Harris Trinity Christian  SC -> Florida
56 PG  Bruce Ellington  Berkeley          SC
59 SF  Casey Prather   Jackson Northside  Florida
60 PF  Luke Cothron   Flora MacDonald     Auburn -> Southern Idaho
67 SF  Stacey Poole, Jr.  Andrew Jackson  Kentucky -> GaTech
77 SF Matt Derenbecker  Metarie Park CDS  LSU
89 SG  Trae Golden     McEachern            Vols
92 PF  RJ Slawson       Fort Dorchester     SC
99 SC  Mardracus Wade  Chatham           Arkansas
100 SG Charles Hankerson  Coral Reef     Bama -> Wyoming

Kanter was NCAA ineligible, served as practice player; Utah Jazz

Knight, 1st Team All-SEC, 1-n-done, Detroit Pistons

Harris, 2nd Team All-SEC, 1-n-done, Milwaukee Bucks

Jones, SEC Rookie of the Year; '11 All-SEC 1st Team, '12 All-SEC 2nd Team; left after soph. season; awaiting draft

Young, SEC All-Rookie; returning for Jr. season

Kendrick was Ole Miss' first McDonalds' A-A player. He has been released.

Harrow is heir apparent as UK's PG; a sophomore.

Lamb; SEC All-Rookie; '12 2nd Team All-SEC, left after soph season; awaits draft

Releford: SEC All-Rookie, '12 2nd Team All-SEC

Ellington after SEC All-Rookie season is a two-sport star for The Ball Coach

15 Patric Young of Florida is media '12-13 All-SEC preseason 2nd Team

55 Phil Pressey of Missouri is the media '12-13 SEC Player of the Year, 1st Team

Note that 25 Ryan Harrow, UK's transfer PG is not on the 1st or 2nd team.
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Re: Look back/ahead to the Top 100 College Basketball recruits in the SEC
« Reply #53 on: October 23, 2012, 09:30:58 am »

Here's some of those Top 100 recruits from the '11 class that either signed with or landed at SEC schools:

PF  1  Anthony Davis  Perspectives Charter  Kentucky
SF  6  Michael Kidd-Gilchrist  St. Patrick HS  Kentucky
SG 7  Brad Beal  Chaminade College Prep    Florida
PG 8  Marquis Teague  Pike HS                   Kentucky
SG 12 Kentavious Caldwell  Greenville        UGa
PF 20  Jarnell Stokes  Memphis Central       Tennessee
PG 23 B.J. Young  McCluer North                Arkansas
C  24  Kyle Wiltjer  Portland Jesuit             Kentucky
SF 26 Rodney Hood  Meridian                     MS State -> Duke
SF 27 Dorian Finney-Smith  I. C. Norcom     VaTech -> Florida
SG 32 Levi Randolph  Bob Jones                 Bama
SF 36  Rashad Madden  East Poinsett County  Arkansas
SG 37 Dai-Jon Parker  Alpharetta Milton       Vandy
PF 40  Johnny O'Bryant Cleveland MS East Side  LSU
PF 54  Hunter Mickelson Jonesboro Westside  Arkansas
SG 60  Trevor Lacey  Huntsville SR Butler     Bama
PG 72  Chris Jones Oak Ridge, NC Military Academy  Vols -> NWFlSt. JC
SG 84  David Gardner  Okolona                   MS State -> booted from team
PF  91   Anthony Gill  Charlotte Christian     South Carolina -> Virginia
PF 92    Nick Jacobs  South Atlanta             Bama   
PG 100  Kedren Johnson  Marshall County TN  Vandy

23 BJ Young is on '12-13 Media Preseason All-SEC first team
20 Jarnell Stokes is also on '12-13 Media Preseason All-SEC first team

Young and Stokes both received 3 votes for preseason POY.

12 Kentavious Caldwell-Pope is also on '12-13 Media Preseason All-SEC first team
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Re: Look back/ahead to the Top 100 College Basketball recruits in the SEC
« Reply #54 on: October 23, 2012, 09:35:12 am »

Here's some of those Top 100 recruits from the '12 class that either signed with or landed at SEC schools:
 
C  1   Nerlens Noel       Tilton School      Kentucky
SF 7   Alex Poythress  Clarksville, TN NE  Kentucky
SG 14 Archie Goodwin   Sylvan Hills        Kentucky
SF  25 Devonta Pollard Kemper County, MS  Bama
PG 43 Braxton Ogbueze Charlotte United Faith Christian Academy  Florida
C  48  Willie Cauley-Stein Olathe NW        Kentucky
SG 68 Jordan Price       SW Dekalb          Auburn
SF 70 Anthony Cortesia Montverde, FL Academy  Ole Miss
SG 89 Alex Caruso A & M Consolidated HS  A&M

1 Nerlens Noel (who was recently ruled eligible by the NCAA) received 3 first place votes for preseason POY and is on the '12-13 media preseason All-SEC 1st Team.

7 Alex Poythress is on the '12-13 media preseason All-SEC 2nd Team.

Note: Neither Noel nor Poythress have played an SEC game at this point.
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Re: Look back/ahead to the Top 100 College Basketball recruits in the SEC
« Reply #55 on: October 23, 2012, 06:32:58 pm »

SEC players on CBS' listing of Top 50 Big Men
 
3. Nerlens Noel, Kentucky

11. Jarnell Stokes, Tennessee

14. Alex Poythress, Kentucky

19. Patric Young, Florida

27. Jeronne Maymon, Tennessee

28. Erik Murphy, Florida

35. Alex Oriakhi, Missouri

38. Laurence Bowers, Missouri

41. Marshawn Powell, Arkansas

44. Kyle Wiltjer, Kentucky

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Re: Look back/ahead to the Top 100 College Basketball recruits in the SEC
« Reply #56 on: October 24, 2012, 04:37:15 pm »

SEC and Former SEC  Players on CBS' listing of the Top 50 Lead Guards
 
2. Phil Pressey, Missouri

19. Ryan Harrow, Kentucky

20. Rotnei Clarke, Butler

26. Michael Dixon , Missouri

41. Trae Golden, Tennessee



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Re: Look back/ahead to the Top 100 College Basketball recruits in the SEC
« Reply #57 on: October 24, 2012, 04:42:05 pm »

SEC Players on the CBS Listing of the Top 50 Wings

9. BJ Young, Arkansas

11. Archie Goodwin. Kentucky

15. Kenny Boynton, Florida

25. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Georgia

48. Jabari Brown, Missouri
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Re: Look back/ahead to the Top 100 College Basketball recruits in the SEC
« Reply #58 on: October 26, 2012, 07:25:17 am »

By reclassifying from 2014 to 2013 Andrew Wiggins is the new No. 1 recruit in the 2013 class

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For months there has been speculation that Wiggins, a 6-8, 200-pound small forward at Huntington (W.V.) Prep and originally from Canada, would move up to the 2013 class. On Thursday that speculation became a reality.

Huntington Prep head coach Rob Fulford has maintained that another year of high school basketball is unnecessary for the exceptionally talented prospect.

Now the No. 1 ranked prospect in the 2013 class, Wiggins has been consistently recruited by Kentucky and Florida State.

Earlier this week he announced that he is not strictly down to those two schools and would welcome being recruited by other schools. Already this week he has been visited by North Carolina head coach Roy Williams and assistants from Kansas and Ohio State.

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Re: Look back/ahead to the Top 100 College Basketball recruits in the SEC
« Reply #59 on: October 26, 2012, 07:29:48 am »

Goodwin gets tough criticism from Calipari

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An open court stretched ahead of Archie Goodwin last night, with Julius Mays streaking ahead of him towards the basket.  Goodwin went up for the dunk and brought the house down at last night’s Blue-White game. Although it was an explosive play, it was one that infuriated Coach John Calipari.

“He passed up Julius Mays,” Calipari said. “That’s unacceptable here and I let him know that. I wasn’t real happy. After the game I said, ‘You just took 22 shots, more than anybody on the team. You understand, you don’t ever pass anyone up if you’re going to get shots. The reason is because I’m making people throw it to you when you’re ahead, so you better throw it to them when they’re ahead.’ He understood. It’s not fun when you’re being told in an aggressive way but we don’t have time here. This isn’t for funsies.”

“He (Calipari) always tells us how back at our old schools or AAU teams, we were always the main option and we were only playing for ourselves,” Goodwin said. “But now that we’re here with a lot of guys that can play just as good as us, we’re going to have to share the ball more. That’s not something that I’m dwelling on or that’s going to affect my game because I know that that’s going to make me a better player and it’s going to make every game easy for me as well as others.”

Asked if he has gotten used to Calipari’s occasional verbal aggression, Goodwin just smiled and said he was.

“Coach Cal’s been doing that a lot lately,” he said...

Senior transfer Julius Mays had led all scorers in first half of UK's scrimmage before 12,000 fans on Wednesday.

In the second half, when Mays switched to Goodwin's team, he went scoreless.

Goodwin, albeit wild sometimes, electrified the crowd with his speed and crossover moves en route to a team-high 22 points; Kentucky whoops Rollie Massimino's team in exhibition. It was Massimino's first trip to Rupp since winning the national championship in 1985 over Georgetown Hoyas.

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Mixing and matching: Harrow and Goodwin thrive at point in exhibition win

Goodwin and Harrow combined for 37 points and 10 assists, performances that led Calipari to believe UK is a little further along than he expected.

“I will tell you that we were better than I thought we’d be,” Calipari said.

“I would just say it’s a matter of me continuing to improve myself playing the two guard and the point-guard position, looking for my teammates because I know looking for them will make my game a lot easier because they will have more focus on them and then it will make me easier for me to find different angles to drive and shoot,” Goodwin said.

After lofting up 22 shots in the Blue-White Scrimmage, Calipari was pleased with Goodwin’s efficiency Thursday, but his five first-half turnovers were a result of him playing too fast and “out of control.”

“You can play fast but don’t be in a hurry,” Coach Cal said. “When he plays fast, he hurries, and there’s stuff he’s learning. I’m all over him."

Goodwin calmed down and posted a turnover-free second half. The freshman showed signs of his developing vision with two sweet passes to Noel in the second half that led to back-to-back dunks. The 6-foot-4 guard finished with five assists on the night.

“He’s a good player,” Calipari said
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Re: Look back/ahead to the Top 100 College Basketball recruits in the SEC
« Reply #60 on: October 26, 2012, 04:55:01 pm »

SEC and Former SEC  Players on CBS' listing of the Top 50 Lead Guards
 
2. Phil Pressey, Missouri

19. Ryan Harrow, Kentucky

20. Rotnei Clarke, Butler

26. Michael Dixon , Missouri

41. Trae Golden, Tennessee

Haith suspends Missouri guard Michael Dixon indefinitely
 
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Haith announced he has indefinitely suspended the senior guard, along with freshman Bull, for violation of team rules.

Haith did not announce the length of the suspension at a news conference on Friday afternoon. Missouri has two exhibition games and then begins the regular-season with the gauntlet that is Southern Illinois-Edwardsville, Alcorn State and Nicholls State. Then the Tigers will head down to the Battle of Atlantic and open with Stanford.
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Re: Look back/ahead to the Top 100 College Basketball recruits in the SEC
« Reply #61 on: October 27, 2012, 04:44:12 pm »

John Wilmhoff ‏@wilmhoffCFB
DeAndre Liggins has won the final roster spot for Oklahoma City; Daniel Orton is cut.
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Re: Look back/ahead to the Top 100 College Basketball recruits in the SEC
« Reply #63 on: November 06, 2012, 09:43:18 am »

Reclassification is starting to become a trend. Instead of "toiling in high school", talented juniors are becoming seniors and where they can serve their one-and-done college season, one year earlier

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Adam Zagoria reports on the reclassification of Dakari Johnson.

Dakari Johnson, one of the best high school big men in America regardless of class, has reclassified to 2013 from 2014.

The 6-foot-10 Johnson is one of several high-profile players to move from 2014 to 2013, [including] 6-8 Huntington (W.V.) Prep small forward Andrew Wiggins, who remains uncommitted...

Syracuse, Kentucky and Georgetown have been involved with Johnson dating to his time at Elizabeth (N.J.) St. Patrick High School. Johnson’s mother, Makini Campbell, told SNY.tv this summer that Kansas, Florida, Louisville, Ohio State and Stanford were also involved.

Johnson sat out last season at Montverde (Fla.) Academy after transferring from St. Patrick, where he played alongside Michael Kidd-Gilchrist.
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Re: Look back/ahead to the Top 100 College Basketball recruits in the SEC
« Reply #65 on: November 14, 2012, 07:36:47 am »

Harrison twins give a verbal to Kentucky over Maryland and SMU.

The Harrison twins have chosen not to sign a National Letter of Intent with Kentucky during the early signing period which starts today.

Most likely the twins are waiting to see what the roster situation will be given early indications that some UK regulars do not appear NBA-ready. The also mentioned protection against a coaching change. Players of their caliber do not benefit from signing the LOI and giving up their power except perhaps for ending the recruiting contacts from other schools. Former UK PG Brandon Knight never signed an LOI, apparently waiting to see whether Eric Bledsoe would enter the NBA draft.


[Apparently a man of his word, Mr. Harrison intervened.]

Kasey Hill is expected to sign during the early period with Florida.

USA Today's Jason Jordan: Signing Day Lessons
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Re: Look back/ahead to the Top 100 College Basketball recruits in the SEC
« Reply #66 on: November 14, 2012, 04:34:50 pm »

CBS Sports early signing blog

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2:04 p.m.: LSU announced three letters-of-intent are in, from Jarell Martin, Tim Quarterman and Jordan Mickey. The Tigers have a top-10 class.

1:41 p.m.: I've been told both Kasey Hill and Chris Walker have officially signed with Florida. Walker, though, is supposed to have a ceremony at 3 p.m.

11:18 a.m.: Missouri also received a letter-of-intent from its second top-100 commitment, point guard Wes Clark.

11:15 a.m.: Alabama has its prized big man. Jimmie Taylor has officially signed, according to his Twitter.

10:45 a.m.: Johnathan Williams III took much longer to announce his commitment than to actually sign his papers. He's official to Missouri.

10:33 a.m.: Kentucky's first signature is in. Marcus Lee, ranked No. 43 in the country, tweeted that he has officially signed.

10:17 a.m.: @barroner wants to know about Vincent Hunter, one of the best uncommitted prospects not included in our feature. He fell just outside the top 100...

5:00 p.m.: Overall, it's been a quiet day. There were a couple of noteworthy commitments in Brandon Randolph and Mamadou Ndiaye, but that's about it...
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« Reply #67 on: November 14, 2012, 04:42:39 pm »

Where do the 15 uncommitted players in [the CBS Sports] top 100 stand? Here's a look at their recruitments – as well as where we think they will end up.

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1. Andrew Wiggins (No. 1 overall)

•Considering: Kentucky, Florida State, North Carolina, Syracuse, Kansas, Ohio State
•Since reclassifying from 2014, Wiggins has only expanded his recruitment. With that said, Kentucky and Florida State have the edge.
•Prediction: Kentucky

2. Jabari Parker (No. 2)

•Considering: Michigan State, Duke, Florida, BYU, Stanford

3. Aaron Gordon (No. 4)

•Considering: Arizona, Washington, Kentucky, Oregon, Kansas

4. Julius Randle (No. 6)

•Considering: Florida, Texas, Kentucky, North Carolina State, Kansas, Oklahoma

5. Dakari (No. 8)

•Considering: Florida, Syracuse, Kentucky, Georgetown, Kansas, Ohio State

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7. Keith Frazier (No. 16)

•Considering: Texas A&M, Arizona, SMU, LSU, Texas
•Frazier plans to wait until the spring, and there hasn't been much talked about with him. Texas A&M, SMU and Arizona have done well.
•Prediction: Texas A&M

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15. Stevie Clark (No. 88)
•Considering: Missouri, Baylor, Oklahoma State, Florida State, UCLA
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Re: Look back/ahead to the Top 100 College Basketball recruits in the SEC
« Reply #68 on: November 15, 2012, 09:19:07 am »

Paul Jones ‏@PJ247Sports
2013 point guard I.J. Ready of Little Rock, Ark. tells Bulldawgs247 he signed with Miss State today
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« Reply #69 on: November 15, 2012, 09:35:40 am »

Brandon Marcello ‏@bmarcello
Meanwhile, it appears Mississippi State received NLIs from IJ Ready, Quantel Denson and Travis Daniels today. IJR, QD confimed by @RickRay1.

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Re: Look back/ahead to the Top 100 College Basketball recruits in the SEC
« Reply #70 on: November 15, 2012, 02:32:51 pm »

The Harrison Twins, James Young, Marcus Lee and Derek Willis all sent signed letters of intent to Kentucky.

The least known of the five, Willis was co-region MVP with Mekale McKay last season.
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« Reply #71 on: November 15, 2012, 06:54:15 pm »

Super sophomore Karl Towns will commit Dec. 4 and could consider moving to 2013 or 2014 recruiting class

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Christine Denham, senior account executive with Coyne Public Relations in New York, notified media members Wednesday that Towns — “arguably the nation’s best sophomore in high school basketball and a University of Kentucky recruit” —  would make his verbal commitment live on regional cable network MSG Varsity. The MSG Varsity special will be broadcast from the high school, will air on Optimum TV channel 14 and will be streamed live on www.MSGVarsity.com.

Towns attended Big Blue Madness at the same time the Harrisons, Willis, Young and Lee were on campus. He also visited Duke and Michigan State this fall.

He was on the Dominican Republic national team coached by Calipari last summer and spent time on the Kentucky campus. He was also in Brooklyn when UK opened the season with a win over Maryland.
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Re: Look back/ahead to the Top 100 College Basketball recruits in the SEC
« Reply #72 on: November 18, 2012, 07:39:42 am »

No. 14 2012 signee Archie Goodwin is called for the charge and no basket

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Re: Look back/ahead to the Top 100 College Basketball recruits in the SEC
« Reply #73 on: November 18, 2012, 07:44:36 am »

6-9 Damian Jones officially signed his national letter of intent with Vanderbilt on Wednesday
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Re: Look back/ahead to the Top 100 College Basketball recruits in the SEC
« Reply #74 on: November 19, 2012, 12:41:18 pm »

6-foot-10, 220 Findlay Prep PF Fallou Ndoye is the fourth player to verbally commit to State and first-year head coach Rick Ray.
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« Reply #76 on: November 19, 2012, 01:31:29 pm »

SEC Basketball Players of the Week

Alabama’s Trevor Releford, a 6-foot, 195-pound sophomore guard from Kansas City, Mo., was named SEC Player of the Week after scoring averaging 18.0 points, 3.0 assists and 1.5 steals in leading the Crimson Tide to the 2K Sports Classic championship with wins over Oregon State and Villanova. Releford was selected as the Most Outstanding Player of the event. In the semifinals against Oregon State, he connected on 6-of-10 field goals and recorded 14 points and five assists without a turnover, to lift the Crimson Tide to a 65-62 victory. In the championship game against Villanova, Releford, making his first start of the season, went for a career-high 25 points on 8-of-10 shooting from the floor and an impressive 5-of-5 from three-point range in the 77-55 victory over the Wildcats.

Kentucky’s Alex Poythress, a 6-foot-7, 239-pound freshman forward from Clarksville, Tenn., was named SEC Freshman of the Week after scoring 21.0 points and 6.5 rebounds in games against 9th-ranked Duke and to Lafayette. Poythress had 20 points and added a team-high eight rebounds in a loss to No. 9 Duke. He then topped that performance with a 9-10 night from the field for a career-high 22 points. He became the first freshman since Brandon Knight in Feb. 2011 to have consecutive 20-point efforts.
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Re: Look back/ahead to the Top 100 College Basketball recruits in the SEC
« Reply #77 on: November 21, 2012, 08:08:12 am »

CBS Sports: Player of the Year Watch List
Week 1


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The consummate winner and intangibles guy -- and it didn't take him long to show what he's all about. Smart isn't a natural point guard, but Travis Ford moved him there out of necessity. He's thrived. Through four games, he's averaging 14.8 points, eight boards, five assists, three steals and 1.5 blocks per game. Against N.C. State, he went for 20 points, grabbed seven rebounds, dished out seven assists, had four steals and four blocks. Oh yeah, the Cowboys blew out the Wolfpack. Smart is the real deal.
 

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Re: Look back/ahead to the Top 100 College Basketball recruits in the SEC
« Reply #79 on: November 22, 2012, 09:51:11 am »



The shin guards of UCLA's Shabazz Muhammed, a top 2012 recruit.
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Re: Look back/ahead to the Top 100 College Basketball recruits in the SEC
« Reply #81 on: November 27, 2012, 08:50:25 am »

Kentucky signee is ejected, dejected

After being kicked out of Bullitt East’s game against Lafayette tonight for arguing with officials, UK signee Derek Willis will have to sit out two games

Mrs. Tyler Thompson for http://kentuckysportsradio.com/?p=122464
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Re: Look back/ahead to the Top 100 College Basketball recruits in the SEC
« Reply #82 on: November 29, 2012, 06:19:08 pm »

South Carolina WR and lead guard Bruce Ellington is scheduled to play two weeks with Frank Martin's basketball team before bowl practice starts up.

Ellington was '11 All-SEC Freshman in basketball.
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Re: Look back/ahead to the Top 100 College Basketball recruits in the SEC
« Reply #83 on: December 04, 2012, 10:11:53 am »

http://www.cbssports.com/collegebasketball/recruiting/blog/eye-on-college-basketball-recruiting/21259666

Elite prospect Karl Towns picks Kentucky, reclassifies to 2014

UK fell out of the top 25 on Monday for the first time since John Calipari took over in Lexington. The Wildcats' struggles certainly aren't affecting their recruiting, though.

Karl Towns, formerly the top-ranked sophomore in the country, announced for Kentucky on Tuesday.

"Kentucky is such a great school," Towns told MSG Varsity. "I felt like Kentucky was just the right school at the end of the day."

Towns, a 6-foot-11 power forward from St. Joseph (N.J.), is an elite talent who has been recruited by some of our nation's best for a couple of years. Kentucky has always seemed like the favorite, and Calipari coaching Towns on the Dominican Republic national team didn't hurt. Florida was heavily in the mix for awhile, while Duke was also a frontrunner for some time. Seton Hall, Rutgers, Michigan State and North Carolina made the final seven.

"It was a big battle between Duke and Kentucky," Towns' mother, Jackie, told MSG Varsity.

"It was just such a relieving process," Towns added. "So much stress and so much nervousness was building up over these days."

Towns has the ability to be a matchup nightmare against nearly any opponent.
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Re: Look back/ahead to the Top 100 College Basketball recruits in the SEC
« Reply #84 on: December 04, 2012, 10:50:25 am »

Here's an update on some of those Top 100 recruits from '13 class rankings, including Bobby Portis, that have committed to and/or signed with SEC schools:

3  PG  Andrew Harrison Richmond, TX        Kentucky
4  SG  Aaron Harrison  Richmond, TX         Kentucky
7  PG  Kasey Hill      Monteverde Academy  Florida
9  PF  Chris Walker   Holmes County          Florida
10 SG James Young  Rochester Hills, MI    Kentucky
13 PF Jarell Martin    Baton Rouge Madison Prep  LSU
16 PF  Bobby Portis  Hall                          Arkansas
22 SG  Robert Hubbs  Dyer Co., TN            Tennessee
24 SG  Sindarius Thornwell  Oak Hill          South Carolina
33 PF  Johnathan Williams  Memphis Southwind  Mizzou
36 PF  Jordan Mickey  Dallas Prime Prep     LSU
38 PF  Derrick Griffin  Rosenberg, TX BF Terry     A&M
40 C   Marcus Lee  Antioch, CA Deer Valley  Kentucky
53  C  Moses Kingsley  Huntington Prep     Arkansas
63  C  Jimmie Taylor  Greensboro, AL         Bama
82 SF  Tim Quarterman  Savannah             LSU
98 PF  Shannon Hale  Arden, NC Christ       Bama

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Re: Look back/ahead to the Top 100 College Basketball recruits in the SEC
« Reply #85 on: December 06, 2012, 08:25:48 am »

Goodman: Most of them can't even recall a year like this, where there is no clear-cut No. 1 draft pick and the overall crop of players is vastly underwhelming. Maybe back in 2006 when import Andrea Bargnani was selected first overall and Tyrus Thomas and Shelden Williams were both somehow taken in the top five. The NBA general managers who dealt away their first-round picks for June 27th's NBA Draft rejoice, while the ones who could end up picking at the top of the lottery are already frustrated and left scratching their heads in disbelief.

"I'd trade the pick for sure," one NBA GM said. "No one wants to pick first this year -- and no one can live up to the No. 1 billing."


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CBSSports.com polled 35 NBA types, guys who have been out running from tourney to tourney over the first month of the season, on who they would select if picking first. Here's the tally:

Cody Zeller (Indiana): 31 percent
 Nerlens Noel (Kentucky): 23 percent
 Alex Len (Maryland): 11 percent
 Shabazz Muhammad (UCLA): 11 percent
 Alex Poythress (Kentucky): 9 percent
 Rudy Gobert (France): 6 percent
 Tony Mitchell (North Texas): 3 percent
 Archie Goodwin (Kentucky): 3 percent
 Anthony Bennett (UNLV) - 3 percent

"No one excites me this year," one NBA guy said.

Zeller: having short arms hurts him in the eyes of many NBA folks as it did with his brother.

"He'll never be a great NBA player," one NBA scouting director said.

Noel: no one's quite sure whether he's 6-foot-9 or 6-foot-11 because of his flattop.
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Re: Look back/ahead to the Top 100 College Basketball recruits in the SEC
« Reply #86 on: December 10, 2012, 01:44:51 pm »

SEC Men's Basketball Players Of The Week

Vanderbilt’s Kyle Fuller, a 6-foot-1, 180-pound junior guard from Moreno Valley, Calif., was named SEC Player of the Week after scoring 25 points and dishing out five assists to go with four rebounds and three steals in a win at Xavier. The junior guard set a new career high in scoring with 25 points in a 66-64 overtime win at Xavier on December 6 at the Cintas Center in Cincinnati. Twelve of Fuller’s points came in the overtime period, accounting for all of the Commodores’ scoring in overtime. His three steals also set a new career high, as were his eight field goals and seven free throws made. Fuller's 25-point effort was Vanderbilt's third 25+-point individual game of the season.

Vanderbilt’s Kevin Bright, a 6-foot-5, 210-pound freshman guard from Mannheim, Germany, was named SEC Freshman of the Week after registering 11 points and 10 rebounds in a win at Xavier. Bright notched his second consecutive double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds in a 66-64 overtime win over Xavier on December 6.  Bright is the first Commodore to tally consecutive double-doubles since Festus Ezeli (at Alabama, 1/19/2012; vs. Miss. State, 1/22/2012), and he is the first freshman to have consecutive double-doubles since A.J. Ogilvy in 2007.

Fuller was a Scout *** out of California, not ranked nationally.

Bright was a Scout *** out of Germany. They do not rank the Rhineland.
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Re: Look back/ahead to the Top 100 College Basketball recruits in the SEC
« Reply #87 on: December 12, 2012, 12:24:21 pm »

Archie Goodwin Drops Out of CBS Freshman Top 5

Archie Goodwin was ranked #3 in the CBS Freshman Player of the Year race but has dropped out of the top 5 in this week’s updated rankings.

There was plenty of shuffling in the rankings this week. With McLemore and Stauskas making their debuts, two players had to drop out: Xavier’s Semaj Christon and Kentucky’s Archie Goodwin. They were also two of the three players last cut.

http://www.nationofblue.com/archie-goodwin-drops-out-of-cbs-freshman-top-5/
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Re: Look back/ahead to the Top 100 College Basketball recruits in the SEC
« Reply #88 on: December 12, 2012, 12:53:39 pm »

Quantel Denson was out before he ever arrived on Mississippi State’s campus.

Men’s basketball coach Rick Ray announced Tuesday that Denson, a junior college prospect who signed with MSU in November, has been released from his scholarship.

The reason, according to a school release, was a “failure to adhere to rules and regulations set prior to his signing back in November.”

In a statement, Ray added, “We had a zero tolerance policy with Quantel, and he failed to live up to the obligation we had outlined for him.”

While playing for Hutchinson (Kan.) Community College, Denson was arrested in April of 2011 after robbing his coach, according to the Hutchinson News.

He had made a verbal commitment to play to Missouri prior to the arrest.

http://djournal.com/view/full_story/21103107/article-MSU-hoops-recruit-released-from-scholarship
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Re: Look back/ahead to the Top 100 College Basketball recruits in the SEC
« Reply #89 on: December 12, 2012, 12:55:31 pm »

Barbee has dismissed forward Sharief Adamu six games into his Tigers career.

After playing in Auburn's first six games and making two starts, Adamu was suspended before the Tigers' loss to DePaul for an undisclosed violation of team rules.

Originally dependent on Adamu to provide a presence at power forward after Kenny Gabriel's graduation, Auburn (2-5) will likely give more playing time to freshman Jordon Granger in the wake of Adamu's dismissal. Granger, a 6-8 forward, has not scored yet this season.

Off-the-court issues have forced Barbee to dismiss or let go of four players in 2012. Former point guard Varez Ward did not return after being investigated in an FBI point-shaving probe...

http://www.al.com/auburnfootball/index.ssf/2012/12/auburn_basketball_coach_tony_b.html
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Re: Look back/ahead to the Top 100 College Basketball recruits in the SEC
« Reply #90 on: December 12, 2012, 07:20:52 pm »

Alabama center Carl Engstrom out for the season following knee surgery

The Alabama basketball team's thin front court just got a little thinner.

Engstrom, a 7-foot-1 center from Ystad, Sweden, tore his anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) and the medial collateral ligament (MCL) in his left knee early in the Crimson Tide's 58-56 loss on Dec. 1 at Cincinnati.

http://www.al.com/alabamabasketball/index.ssf/2012/12/alabama_center_carl_engstrom_o.html
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Re: Look back/ahead to the Top 100 College Basketball recruits in the SEC
« Reply #91 on: December 13, 2012, 04:35:09 pm »

Bama guard Steele out for 4-6 weeks after sports hernia surgery

For the fourth consecutive season, Steele will not play a full season. The senior guard will miss the next four to six weeks because of sports hernia surgery that he had Thursday in Philadelphia.

“He’s doing fine, but he’s got an extended recovery,” Grant said.

Grant is confident that Steele still will contribute to the team.

“If there’s anybody that mentally is mature enough to handle that and deal with it, it’s [Steele],” Grant said.

http://www.al.com/alabamabasketball/index.ssf/2012/12/alabama_senior_guard_andrew_st.html
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« Reply #92 on: December 19, 2012, 07:18:16 am »

Auburn's Jordan Price ties an SEC record by making 11 straight 3-pointers

Price buried all three of his 3-pointers in Auburn's 81-62 win over Tennessee Tech to extend his streak to 11 straight 3-pointers over the course of three games, a mark that ties the SEC record set by Vanderbilt's Kevin Anglin in 1992.

After his third 3-pointer early in the first half, Price shugged and said something to Tennessee Tech coach Steve Payne that earned a technical foul and a spot on the bench for the Auburn freshman.

"Bad players do what he did. You are hot and you bark at the other teams' coaches?" Barbee said. "Good players know how good they are and they let their game do the talking."

http://www.al.com/auburnbasketball/index.ssf/2012/12/auburns_jordan_price_ties_an_s.html

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Here's some of those Top 70 recruits from the '12 class that either signed with or landed at SEC schools:
 
C  1   Nerlens Noel       Tilton School      Kentucky
SF 7   Alex Poythress  Clarksville, TN NE  Kentucky
SG 14 Archie Goodwin   Sylvan Hills        Kentucky
SF  25 Devonta Pollard Kemper County, MS  Bama
PG 43 Braxton Ogbueze Charlotte United Faith Christian Academy  Florida
C  48  Willie Cauley-Stein Olathe NW        Kentucky
SG 68 Jordan Price       SW Dekalb          Auburn
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Re: Look back/ahead to the Top 100 College Basketball recruits in the SEC
« Reply #93 on: December 20, 2012, 10:09:21 pm »

One of the state of Georgia’s top point guards will be on display when state champions collide at Miller Grove High School on Friday.

The Columbia boys play against Miller Grove at 7:30 p.m. Friday, preceded by the girls teams from both schools at 6 p.m. All four teams are defending state champions.

The best player on the court may be Columbia’s Tahj Shamsid-Deen, the 5-foot-9 point guard who has signed with Auburn.

“If Tahj was 6 feet, we wouldn’t be having a conversation about how good he is because everybody would know,” said former Columbia coach Phil McCrary.

ince his freshman year, Shamsid-Deen has led Columbia to three consecutive Class AAA state championships. This year, he’s averaging 21 points and 7 assists, including a 41-point effort against East Memphis a couple of weeks ago.

Shamsid-Deen’s former coach had hoped that he would get a better look from UGA.

http://blogs.ajc.com/recruiting/2012/12/20/guard-is-main-attraction-in-clash-of-state-champions/
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Re: Look back/ahead to the Top 100 College Basketball recruits in the SEC
« Reply #94 on: December 24, 2012, 10:21:39 am »

Boynton is in the midst of the worst shooting slump of his storied UF career. The 6-foot-2 former McDonald’s All-American said he isn’t pressing despite making just four 3-pointers in his last 32 attempts.

“I’m good,” Boynton said following UF’s 67-61 loss to Kansas State. “I’m not pressing. I know it’s going to come. Coach (Billy Donovan) told me to take open looks and that’s pretty much what I’ve been trying to do.”

Boynton’s lone 3-pointer tied the game at 41 with 13:21 remaining in the second half, but it didn’t get him going. He followed it up with a missed 3-point attempt with 12:25 left and didn’t take a 3-pointer the rest of the game.

Donovan has encouraged Boynton to shoot through his slump. Boynton shot a career best 40.7 percent from 3-point range last season. This season, Boynton is shooting just 27.9 percent (17-61) from beyond the arc.

Mechanically, Boynton said he’s noticed on film that he’s shooting on the way down instead of at his highest release point.

“Somehow, I’ve got to start shooting on the way up,” Boynton said. “I just think I keep shooting on the way down, that’s what it is.”

http://www.gainesville.com/article/20121224/articles/121229833
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Re: Look back/ahead to the Top 100 College Basketball recruits in the SEC
« Reply #95 on: December 25, 2012, 12:24:33 pm »

 Last year Marshawn Powell returned from North Little Rock to Fayetteville on crutches.

Saturday night he returned from the same journey joining Arkansas’ 1,000-point club after scoring 20.

http://www.baxterbulletin.com/article/20121225/SPORTS/312250001/1006/rss02
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Re: Look back/ahead to the Top 100 College Basketball recruits in the SEC
« Reply #96 on: December 28, 2012, 10:31:14 pm »

Phil Pressey has surpassed the Mizzou all-time single game assists record with 16 and counting.

Mizzou 74  UCLA 73  10:18
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« Reply #97 on: December 29, 2012, 10:56:04 am »

For the 18 NBA franchises sending scouts or general managers to the KFC Yum! Center today, the game between fourth-ranked Louisville (11-1) and unranked Kentucky (8-3) isn’t about a rivalry or coaching clash or office bragging rights.

“It’s a fantastic matchup of NBA talent,” said Chad Ford, ESPN’s draft analyst.


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This game is packed with future pros. There will be six former McDonald’s All Americans on the court — three on each side — not counting Wildcats freshman Nerlens Noel, the nation’s top-ranked recruit a year ago who reclassified from the class of 2013 to 2012 too late for an invitation to the prestigious game.

More notably, eight players in today’s game are ranked among Ford’s top 80 prospects for the next NBA draft — No. 1 Noel, No. 7 Alex Poythress, No. 10 Archie Goodwin, No. 29 Willie Cauley-Stein and No. 77 Ryan Harrow for Kentucky; No. 39 Gorgui Dieng, No. 44 Wayne Blackshear and No. 74 Russ Smith for the Cardinals.

Those eight, along with the Cats’ Kyle Wiltjer and Louisville’s Peyton Siva, Chane Behanan and Montrezl Harrell, are all ranked among the top 25 draft-worthy players in their class by DraftExpress.com.
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Re: Look back/ahead to the Top 100 College Basketball recruits in the SEC
« Reply #98 on: January 03, 2013, 03:04:55 pm »

Tennessee sophomore Jarnell Stokes on playing just nine minutes against Xavier.   ”I hope it never happens again.”

http://www.mrsec.com/


Here's some of those Top 25 recruits from the '11 class that either signed with or landed at SEC schools:

PF  1  Anthony Davis  Perspectives Charter  Kentucky
SF  6  Michael Kidd-Gilchrist  St. Patrick HS  Kentucky
SG 7  Brad Beal  Chaminade College Prep    Florida
PG 8  Marquis Teague  Pike HS                   Kentucky
SG 12 Kentavious Caldwell  Greenville        UGa
PF 20  Jarnell Stokes  Memphis Central       Tennessee
PG 23 B.J. Young  McCluer North                Arkansas
C  24  Kyle Wiltjer  Portland Jesuit             Kentucky

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Re: Look back/ahead to the Top 100 College Basketball recruits in the SEC
« Reply #99 on: January 04, 2013, 07:37:42 pm »

al.com's Nick Birdsong
What to watch for in SEC basketball: The maturation of Kentucky PG Ryan Harrow


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It's being chronicled more than the life and times of the Kardashians as of late but the seemingly out of nowhere coming of age of Kentucky sophomore point guard Ryan Harrow is one of the most compelling stories as conference play is set to begin in the SEC.

The 6-foot-2, 170-pounder who is reminiscent of Milwaukee Bucks point guard Brandon Jennings in stature an hairstyle (sic) ...

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He sat out last season due to NCAA transfer rules and was expected be the next in a long line of conveyor belt of lead guards to guide a John Calipari-coached team to success.

Harrow failed to score, playing just 10 minutes in Kentucky's 72-69 win against Maryland in the season opener. Then, he missed the next four games, a loss against Duke and wins against Lafayette, Morehead St. and LIU-Brooklyn for undisclosed personal reasons.

In the past four games, all Wildcats' wins, he's picked up the pace considerably going for 16.7 points and 4.2 assists per.

Kyle Tucker:
" Ryan Harrow's season assist-to-turnover ratio is 3.4 to 1. Among the nation's top 100 assist guys, only six have a better ratio"

"Harrow's average of 2.4 steals per game over the last five would rank 23rd nationally. His turnaround is really remarkable.

"Ryan Harrow shooting 49.2 percent from the field, 46.7 percent from 3-point range over the last five games."

Harrow's resurgence has directly affected the production of Archie Goodwin.
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