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Class of 2014: Top 25 Impact JUCOs


The proliferation of prep schools has perhaps diminished the notoriety of being an elite junior college basketball recruit. Still, there are plenty of high major programs that harvest the top prospects at the two-year level each recruiting cycle. The following list of 25 potential impact junior college players is alphabetical only, and no doubt not inclusive to many other potentially impactful prospects. Kadeem Allen | 6′-3″ | 180 | SG | Hutchinson (KS) | Arizona A …

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Conference Recruiting Update: American Athletic


Note:  This post reflects the current composition of the college basketball programs involved in the American Athletic Conference. Next year, East Carolina, Tulane and Tulsa are set to join, while Louisville moves to the ACC and Rutgers joins the Big Ten. 1. Louisville Cardinals To no surprise given their past several years of track record, the Louisville Cardinals inked a talented recruited class that effectively mixes current standouts and players with long-term potential. The currently …

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2011 Atlantic 10 Recruiting Recap and Rankings

In 2011, Atlantic 10 recruiting was a case of the “rich getting richer”.  Xavier, the conference’s top team, added by far the most talent to their roster.  Dezmine Wells is a Top 100 player in the Class of 2011 with a great dribble-and-slash game.  He picked the Musketeers over Georgetown, Tennessee, and Baylor.  Aside from that, Charlotte is bringing in a strong haul of players, headlined by E. Victor Nickerson.  It may be a few …

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Early Signing Period Recap: Atlantic 10

Top to bottom, the Atlantic 10 seemingly always manages to be among the better non Big-6 conferences in terms of RPI.  The schools seem to both bring in good prospects, as well as recruit players that fit their systems effectively. It’s another loaded group at Xavier, with point guard Dee Davis, wing Dezmine Wells and center Jalen Reynolds.  The decommitment of Michael Chandler was handled, and Xavier moved on quickly.  Wells may be the most …

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Pac Brings Backcourt Back; Other College Basketball Recruiting Notes

Last season was ugly for fans of Pac-10 basketball, and quite frankly, looking across the rosters of this year’s Pac-10 teams, it could be another unpleasant season for hardcore fans.  The talent level dipped to unprecedented levels last season, and serious replenishment by way of recruiting was needed. With that said, Pac-10 recruiting has ranged from good to great thus far for several of the member institutions, as evidenced by the fact that 6 of …

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