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Class of 2008 Consensus Ranking

Thu, 09/04/2008 - 1:29am

We have compiled the final rankings of 3 of the Nations top recruiting gurus to form a Consensus Top 100 of the incoming Freshman class.

S = Scout.com
R = Rivals.com
HS = HoopscoopOnline

  Player
1.
Brandon Jennings 6-1 170 PG Dominquez (Compton, CA) *Europe
1
4
1
2.
Jrue Holiday 6-4 210 PG/SG Campbell Hall (N Hollywood, CA *UCLA
4
2
3
3.
Tyreke Evans 6-5 190 SG American Christian (Aston, PA) *Memphis
5
6
2
4.
Samardo Samuels 6-8 245 PF St. Benedict Prep (Newark, NJ) *Louisville
2
9
4
5.
Demar DeRozan 6-6 210 SG Compton (Compton, CA) *USC
6
3
7
6.
Greg Monroe 6-10 240 PF Helen Cox (New Orleans, LA)*Georgetown
8
8
10
7.
Al-Farouq Aminu 6-9 210 SF Norcross (Norcross, GA) *Wake Forest
13
7
6
8.
Devin Ebanks 6-8 185 SF Patterson (Queens, NY) *West Virginia
9
11
NA
9.
Willie Warren 6-3 195 PG/SG North Crowley (Fort Worth, TX) *Oklahoma
19
10
5
10.
Scotty Hopson 6-5 185 SG University Heights (Hopkinsville KY) ^Tennessee
7
5
25
11.
BJ Mullens 7-0 260 C Canal Winchester (Canal Winchester, OH) *Ohio St.
3
1
34
12.
Kemba Walker 6-1 175 PG Rice (New York, NY) *Connecticut
12
14
13
13.
Ed Davis 6-8 225 PF Benedictine (Richmond, VA) *North Carolina
10
15
16
14.
Delvon Roe 6-7 215 SF St. Edward (Euclid, OH) *Michigan St.
11
24
9
15.
William Buford 6-5 185 SG Libbey (Toledo, OH) *Ohio State
14
19
12
16.
Rashanti Harris 6-8 240 PF Patterson School (Columbus NC) *Prep
17
NA
14
17.
Chris Singleton 6-8 210 SF Cherokee (Canton, GA) *Florida St.
15
12
21
18.
Elliot Williams 6-4 175 SG St. George's (Memphis TN0 *Duke
16
16
20
19.
JaMychal Green 6-8 225 PF St. Jude (Montgomery, AL) *Alabama
20
21
11
20.
Terrence Jennings 6-10 225 PF Mt. Zion (Durham, NC) *Louisville
NA
18
NA
21.
Ater Majok 6-9 215 SF American International (Martinsville, VA) *UConn
28
13
NA
22.
Tyler Zeller 6-11 215 PF/C Washington (Washington, IN) *North Carolina
21
33
17
23.
Dequan Jones 6-6 195 SG/SF Wheeler (Marietta, GA) *Miami
22
23
31
24.
Michael Dunigan 6-9 235 PF (Chicago, IL) *Oregon
26
32
18
25.
Luke Babbitt 6-7 220 SF Galena (Carson City, NV) *Nevada
24
31
26
26.
Eloy Vargas 6-9 210 SF/PF American Heritage (Hollywood, FL) *Florida
33
26
22
27.
Malcolm Lee 6-4 170 PG JW North (Riverside, CA) *UCLA
39
47
8
28.
J'Mison Morgan 6-10 275 PF South Oak Cliff (Dallas, TX) *UCLA
23
25
40
29.
Yancy Gates 6-9 255 PF Withrow (Cincinnati, OH) *Cincinnati
36
22
32
30.
Iman Shumpert 6-4 185 PG/SG (Oak Park, IL) *Georgia Tech
18
39
35
31.
Anthony Jones 6-10 190 SF/PF Yates (Houston, TX) *Baylor
30
44
27
32.
Howard Thompkins 6-8 225 SF/PF Wesleyan (Norcross, GA) *Georgia
27
30
49
33.
Jeff Withey 7-0 230 C Horizon (San Diego, CA) *Arizona
35
36
36
34.
Tony Mitchell 6-6 185 SF Swainsboro (Swainsboro, GA) *Alabama
46
38
23
35.
Wesley Witherspoon 6-7 185 SF Berkmar (Lilburn, GA) *Memphis
55
34
24
36.
Greg Echenique 6-8 263 PF St. Benedict's Prep (Ridgewood, NJ) *Rutgers
 47
50
15
37.
DeAndre Liggins 6-5 190 SG Washington (Chicago , IL) *Kentucky
37
28
51
38.
Mike Rosario 6-2 180 SG St. Anthony (Jersey City, NJ) *Rutgers
43
55
19
39.
Tony Woods 6-10 PF/C Rome (Rome, GA) *Wake Forest
48
20
53
40.
Latavious Williams 6-7 205 SF/PF Progressive Christian (Camp Springs, MD) *Prep
52
NA 
29
41.
Drew Gordon 6-9 230 PF Archbishop Mitty (San Jose, CA) *UCLA
42
46
37
42.
Darius Miller 6-6 210 SF Mason County (Maysville, KY) *Kentucky
38
42
45
43.
Kenny Kadji 6-10 240 PF IMG Academy (Bradenton, FL) *Florida
32
27
71
44.
Ty Walker 6-11 215 C New Hanover (Wilmington, NC) *Wake Forest
25
17
92
45.
Klay Thompson 6-5 185 SG Rancho Santa Margarita (Santa Margarita, CA) *Washington St.
45
51
38
46.
Kenny Frease 6-10 260 C Perry (Massillon, OH) Xavier
49
41
46
47.
Sylvan Landesberg 6-6 195 SG Holy Cross (Queens, NY) *Virginia
44
66
28
48.
Mookie Jones 6-6 190 SF Peekskill (Peekskill, NY) *Syracuse
54
35
43
49.
Kevin Jones 6-7 210 SF Mt. Vernon (Mount Vernon, NY) *West Virginia
29
73
39
50.
Angel Garcia 6-10 210 PF (East Chicago, IN) *Memphis
63
46
NA
51.
J'Covan Brown 6-2 190 SG McAllen Memorial (Port Arthur, TX) *Texas
69
54
33
52.
Emmanuel Negedu 6-6 225 SF Brewster Academy (Wolfeboro NH) *Tennessee
72
40
50
53.
Xavier Gibson 6-10 230 PF Northview (Dothan, AL) *Florida St.
51
56
58
54.
Romero Osby 6-8 230 SF Northeast Lauderdale (Meridian, MS) *Mississippi St.
70
57
42
55.
Kris Joseph 6-7 190 SF/PF Archbishop Carroll (Washington, DC) *Syracuse
53
-
62
56.
Jerime Anderson 6-3 180 PG/SG Canyon (Anaheim, CA) *UCLA
37
37
100
57.
Sean Mosley 6-3 200 SG St. Francis (Baltimore, MD) *Maryland
41
62
78
58.
Henry Sims 6-10 225 C Mount Saint Joseph (Baltimore, MD) *Georgetown
34
48
99
59.
Terrelle Pryor 6-6 215 SF/QB Jeannette (Jeannette, PA) *Ohio St.
64
-
60
60.
Larry Drew 6-0 160 PG Taft (Woodland Hills, CA) *North Carolina
68
71
48
61.
Marcus Morris 6-9 230 PF APEX Academies (Pennsauken, NJ) *Kansas
-
29
NA
62.
Jason Clark 6-2 170 PG Bishop O'Connell (Arlington, VA) *Georgetown
60
64
74
63.
Tyshawn Taylor 6-3 160 PG St. Anthony (Jersey City, NJ) *Kansas
83
77
41
64.
Travis Releford 6-5 190 SG Bishop Miege (Shawnee Mission, KS) *Kansas
57
70
76
65.
Renaldo Woolridge 6-7 210 SF Harvard Westlake (North Hollywood, CA) *Tennessee
99
53
54
66.
Ralph Sampson III 6-11 220 C Northview (Duluth, GA) *Minnesota
50
59
-
67.
Chris Braswell 6-8 220 SF Hargrave Military Academy (Chatham, VA) *Prep
58
NA
83
68.
Ray Shipman 6-3 180 SG Monsignor Pace (Opa Locka, FL) *Florida
65
91
57
69.
Anthony Booker 6-8 210 Mccluer North (Florissant, MO) *Southern Illinois
71
43
 -
70.
Terrance Henry 6-9 190 Carroll (Monroe, LA) *Ole Miss
74
65
75
71.
Phillip McDonald 6-5 200 SG Cypress Springs (Cypress, TX) *New Mexico
82
88
47
72.
Miles Plumlee 6-10 230 PF Christ School (Arden, NC) *Duke
40
81
73.
Markieff Morris 6-10 220 PF APEX Academies (Pennsauken, NJ) *Kansas
-
49
NA
74.
Erving Walker 5-7 140 PG Christ The King (Middle Village, NY) *Florida
 -
30
75.
Matt Gatens 6-5 201 SG Iowa City (Iowa City, IA) *Iowa
66
64
76.
David Loubeau 6-9 210 PF Westlake Prep (Davie, FL) *Texas A&M
88
63
80
77.
D.J. Seeley 6-4 180 SG Modesto Christian (Modesto, CA) *California
77
58
98
78.
Matt Humphrey 6-5 175 SG Hales Franciscan (Chicago, IL) *Oregon
63
73
79.
Nate Miles 6-7 175 SG Notre Dame (Fitchburg, MA) *UConn
NA
79
NA
80.
Olek Czyz 6-7 235 SF Reno (Reno, NV) *Duke
94
-
44
81.
Rotnei Clarke 6-0 170 PG Verdigris (Claremore, OK) *Arkansas
84
-
56
82.
Courtney Fortson 5-10 175 PG Patterson School (Patterson, NC) *Arkansas
60
NA
83.
Catalin Baciu 7-0 225 C Veritas Christian Academy (Fletcher, NC) *Clemson
55
-
87
84.
Roscoe Davis 6-11 PF Hargrave Military (Chatham, VA) *West Virginia
-
NA 
63
85.
Nasir Robinson 6-5 210 SF Chester (Chester, PA) *Pittsburgh
67
-
79
86.
Scott Suggs 6-6 180 SG Washington (Washington, MO) *Washington
 59
95 
 93
87.
Korie Lucious 5-10 160 PG Pius XI (Milwaukee, WI) *Michigan State
95
98
55
88.
Devoe Joseph 6-3 180 SG Pickering (Ajax, Ont, Canada) *Minnesota
90
61
97
89.
Elston Turner 6-4 210 SG Elkins (Missouri City, TX) *Washington
92
-
59
90.
Quincy Acy 6-7 205 PF Horn (Mesquite, TX) *Baylor
-
84
67
91.
Matt Simpkins 6-8 215 SF/PF Berkeley (Sacramento, CA) *Memphis
89
80
NA
92.
Jeff Taylor 6-7 198 SF Hobbs (Hobbs, NM) *Vanderbilt
 -
52
 -
93.
Storm Warren 6-8 PF Richwood (Monroe, LA) *LSU
52
94.
Allan Chaney 6-8 220 PF New London (New London, CT) *Florida
61
96
 -
95.
Jared Berggren 6-10 220 C Princeton (Princeton, MN) *Wisconsin
85
74
 -
96.
Nick Williams 6-4 SG LeFlore (Mobile, AL) *Indiana
 -
 -
61
97.
Ray Willis 6-5 185 SF Westlake (Atlanta, GA) *Oklahoma
62 
98.
Dashan Harris 6-0 170 PG Montverde Academy (Montverde, FL) *Texas A&M
-
93
70
99.
Andy Poling 6-11 C Westview (Portland, OR) *Gonzaga
 -
65
100.
Mike Harthun 6-3 SG Medford (South Medford, OR) Washington State
-
-
66
ballismylife
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Tyreke should be number 1

Tyreke should be number 1 followed by bj mullens and faroq-aminu...
I don't understand how jennings is number 1..I mean I can't remember within the last ten years a true point guard being the national number 1...jrue holiday is overrated I would put him between 10-15...samardo is highly overrated..he's at best a garbage man in the n.b.a he has no low post game what so ever he relys totally on his strength at this point

carter3
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Good Call

I would have to agree. Now that Tyreke Evans is creating havoc in the NBA and Jrue Holiday is chilling on the bench and Samardo is still in college. I don't know about Mullins at 2... but still pretty impressive.

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