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Class of 2010 Consensus Rankings

Fri, 07/30/2010 - 2:49pm


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 (Dave Telep)
R = Rivals.com (Jerry Meyer)
HM = Hoop Masters (Van Coleman)

Player
1.
Harrison Barnes 6-8 215 SF Ames Senior (Ames, IA) *North Carolina 1 2 1
2.
Kyrie Irving 6-2 172 PG St. Patrick (Elizabeth, NJ) *Duke 2 4 4
3.
Jared Sullinger 6-9 286 PF Northland (Columbus, OH) *Ohio St. 4 5 2
4.
Enes Kanter 6-11 261 PF/C Stoneridge Prep (Merced, CA) *Kentucky 3 3 5
5.
Josh Selby 6-3 183 PG Lake Clifton (Baltimore, MD) *Kansas 5 1 6
6.
Brandon Knight 6-3 185 PG Pine Crest (Ft. Lauderdale, FL) *Kentucky 6 6 3
7.
Tobias Harris 6-8 225 SF Half Hollow Hills West (Glen Head, NY) *Tennessee 7 7 7
8.
Perry Jones 6-11 230 SF/PF Duncanville (Dallas, TX) *Baylor 9 9 10
9.
Terrence Jones 6-9 220 SF Jefferson (Portland, OR) *Kentucky 8 13 8
10.
Will Barton 6-6 170 SG/SF Brewster Academy (Wolfboro, NH) *Memphis 12 11 11
11.
Cory Joseph 6-3 180 PG Findlay Prep (Henderson, NV) *Texas 14 8 12
12.
Tristan Thompson 6-9 225 PF Findlay Prep (Henderson, NV) *Texas 10 17 9
13.
CJ Leslie 6-9 207 SF/PF Word Of God Academy (Raleigh, NC) *NC State 11 14 14
14.
Reggie Bullock 6-5 190 SG Kinston (Kinston, NC) *North Carolina 16 10 15
15.
Joe Jackson 5-11 160 PG White Station (Memphis, TN) *Memphis 23 18 16
16.
Tony Mitchell 6-8 220 SF Pinkston (Dallas, TX) *Missouri 18 12 19
17.
Jelan Kendrick 6-6 190 SG Wheeler (Marietta, GA) *Memphis 20 15 18
18.
Fab Melo 7-0 255 C Sagemont (Weston, FL) *Syracuse 13 16 25
19.
DeShaun Thomas 6-7 220 SF Bishop Luers (Fort Wayne, IN) *Ohio St. 24 22 13
20.
Patric Young 6-9 222 PF Paxon School (Jacksonville, FL) *Florida 15 27 17
21.
Adreian Payne 6-9 215 PF Jefferson (Dayton, OH) *Michigan St. 17 20 30
22.
Ryan Harrow 6-0 170 PG Walton (Marietta, GA) *NC State 25 19 28
23.
Joshua Smith 6-9 305 C Kentwood (Covington, WA) *UCLA 30 23 21
24.
Meyers Leonard 7-0 230 C Robinson (Robinson, IL) *Illinois 19 31 24
25.
Doron Lamb 6-4 185 PG/SG Oak Hill Academy *Kentucky 28 21 26
26.
Dion Waiters 6-3 185 SG Life Center Academy (Burlington, NJ) *Syracuse 27 29 23
27.
Ray McCallum 6-1 175 PG Country Day (Detroit, MI) *Detroit 22 43 22
28.
Jereme Richmond 6-7 195 SG/SF Waukegan (Waukegan, IL) *Illinois 31 35 20
29.
Kendall Marshall 6-4 180 PG Bishop O'Connell (Arlington, VA) *North Carolina 29 32 27
30.
Vander Blue 6-3 185 SG Madison Memorial (Madison, WI) *Marquette 34 24 35
31.
Roscoe Smith 6-8 184 SF Oak Hill Academy (Mouth of Wilson, VA) *UConn 32 37 29
32.
Dwight Powell 6-9 215 PF IMG Academy (Bradenton, FL) *Stanford 42 25 38
33.
Trey Zeigler 6-5 185 SG Mount Pleasant (Mount Pleasant, MI) *Central Michigan 48 28 31
34.
Terrence Ross 6-6 180 SG Jefferson (Portland, OR) *Washington 26 48 42
35.
Keith Appling 6-2 170 PG/SG Pershing (Detroit, MI) *Michigan St. 45 38 33
36.
KT Harrell 6-4 205 SG Brewbaker Tech Magnet (Montgomery, AL) *Virginia 36 30 51
37.
Josh Hairston 6-8 225 PF Courtland (Spotsylvania, VA) *Duke 33 56 32
38.
Jordan McRae 6-6 180 SG Liberty County (Midway, GA) * Tennessee 38 47 37
39.
Cameron Clark 6-6 184 SF Sherman (Sherman, TX) *Oklahoma 39 34 50
40.
Justin Coleman 6-4 214 SG/SF Huntington (Huntington, WV) *Louisville 40 50 36
41.
Ian Miller 6-0 160 PG United Faith Christian Academy (Charlotte, NC) *Florida St. 21 62 45
42.
Nate Lubick 6-8 225 PF St. Mark's (Southborough, MA) *Georgetown 44 55 34
43.
Tyler Lamb 6-3 205 SG Mater Dei (Santa Ana, CA) *UCLA 47 41 46
44.
Gerard Coleman 6-4 180 SG Tilton School (Tilton, NH) *Providence 35 58 54
45.
Stacey Poole 6-5 200 SG Providence School (Jacksonville, FL) *Kentucky 67 33 52
46.
Luke Cothron 6-8 210 PF Flora Macdonald Academy (Red Springs, NC) *Auburn 60 45 48
47.
Gorgui Dieng 6-10 220 PF/C Huntington (Huntington, WV) *Louisville 46 44 65
48.
Travis McKie 6-7 195 SF John Marshall (Richmond, VA) *Wake Forest 54 57 47
49.
Phil Pressey 5-10 160 PG Episcopal (Dallas, TX) *Missouri 55 61 44
50.
JT Terrell 6-4 170 SG West Charlotte (Charlotte, NC) *Wake Forest 65 53 43
51.
Michael Cobbins 6-8 215 Palo Duro (Amarillo, TX) *Oklahoma St. 66 40 57
52.
Keala King 6-5 200 SG Mater Dei (Santa Ana, CA) *Arizona St. 79 26 58
53.
Jayvaughn Pinkston 6-6 235 SF/PF Bishop Loughlin (Brooklyn, NY) *Villanova 51 73 40
54.
Jordan Sibert 6-4 180 SG Princeton (Cincinnati, OH) *Ohio St. 64 39 61
55.
Anthony Brown 6-6 185 Ocean View (Huntington Beach, CA) *Stanford 52 65 49
56.
Dominique Ferguson 6-8 209 SF/PF Hargrave Military Academy (Chatham, VA) *Florida Int. 58 46 64
57.
Damontre Harris 6-9 202 PF Trinity Christian (Fayetteville, NC) *South Carolina 53 64 56
58.
James Johnson 6-9 220 Elsinore (Wildomar, CA) *Virginia 37 - 41
59.
Okaro White 6-8 185 SF Clearwater (Clearwater, FL) *Florida St. 57 67 55
60.
Carson Desrosiers 6-10 210 Central Catholic (Lawrence, MA) *Wake Forest 41 91 53
61.
James Bell 6-5 210 SG Montverde Academy (Montverde, FL) *Villanova 78 42 68
62.
Casey Prather 6-5 190 SG North Side (Jackson, TN) *Florida 59 71 59
63.
Rion Brown 6-5 190 SG Liberty County (Hinesville, GA) *Miami 63 68 63
64.
Mychal Parker 6-6 195 SF Miller School (Crozet, VA) *Maryland 68 60 69
65.
Terone Johnson 6-2 200 PG North Central (Indianapolis, IN) *Purdue 73 51 75
66.
Trevor Releford 5-10 170 PG Bishop Miege (Shawnee Mission, KS) *Alabama 50 90 60
67.
Tarik Black 6-8 252 PF Ridgeway (Memphis, TN) *Memphis 75 54 72
68.
Juwan Staten 5-11 170 PG Oak Hill Academy (Mouth of Wilson, VA) *Dayton 70 49 82
69.
Gary Franklin 6-2 180 SG Mater Dei (Santa Ana, CA) *California 86 78 39
70.
Noah Cottrill 6-3 190 PG Logan (Logan, WV) *West Virginia 61 82 62
71.
Daniel Bejarano 6-4 200 North (Phoenix, AZ) *Arizona 72 75 70
72.
Bruce Ellington 5-10 185 PG Berkeley (Moncks Corner, SC) *South Carolina 56 96 67
73.
Lorenzo Brown 6-4 175 SG Hargrave Military Academy (Alpharetta, GA) *NC State - 36 84
74.
JJ Moore 6-6 190 SG South Kent (South Kent, CT) *Pittsburgh 49 - 71
75.
Allen Crabbe 6-4 170 Price (Los Angeles, CA) *California 71 69 90
76.
Jarell Eddie 6-7 209 SF Cannon School (Concord, NC) *Virginia Tech 81 70 74
77.
Matt Derenbecker 6-6 180 SF Metairie Park Country Day (Metairie, LA) *LSU 77 77 78
78.
Shabazz Napier 6-1 160 PG Lawrence Academy (Groton, MA) *UConn 62 98 76
79.
Bryce Jones 6-5 200 Taft (Woodland Hills, CA) *USC 69 97 73
80.
Evan Smotrycz 6-8 205 PF New Hampton Prep (New Hampton, NH) *Michigan 98 59 83
81.
Jeremy Lamb 6-4 165 SG Norcross (Norcross, GA) *UConn 88 76 77
82.
Kadeem Jack 6-8 190 SF Rice (New York, NY) 43 - -
83.
Trae Golden 6-2 200 PG Mceachern (Powder Springs, GA) *Tennessee 89 63 93
84.
Jamail Jones 6-6 210 SG Montverde Academy (Montverde, FL) *Marquette - 52 96
85.
Jason Morris 6-5 190 SG Hotchkiss School (Lakeville, CT) *Georgia Tech 84 87 79
86.
Alex Kirk 6-11 220 C Los Alamos (Los Alamos, NM ) *New Mexico 76 - 80
87.
Crandall Head 6-4 180 SG Rich South (Richton Park, IL) *Illinois 80 84 -
88.
Markel Starks 6-0 160 PG Georgetown Prep (Accokeek, MD) *Georgetown 85 80 -
89.
Eric Atkins 6-1 170 PG Mount St. Joseph (Columbia, MD) *Notre Dame - 66 -
90.
Cody Larson 6-9 225 PF Roosevelt (Sioux Falls, SD) *Florida - - 66
91.
Russell Byrd 6-7 190 SF Blackhawk Christian (Fort Wayne, IN) *Michigan St. 82 - 87
92.
Demarco Cox 6-8 285 PF/C Yazoo City (Yazoo City, MS) *Mississippi - 83 86
93.
Chris Crawford 6-4 195 SG Sheffield (Memphis, TN) *Memphis - 72 -
94.
Papa Samba Ndao 6-8 200 SF Montverde Academy (Montverde, FL) 73 - -
95.
Justin Martin 6-7 200 SF Mountain State Academy (Beckley, WV) *Xavier 87 86 -
96.
Javarez Willis 5-11 170 PG Christian Life Center (Humble, TX) *Texas Tech - 74 -
97.
Tobi Oyedeji 6-8 210 PF Bellaire (Bellaire, TX) *Texas A&M 93 85 -
98.
CJ Aiken 6-9 185 PF Plymouth Whitemarsh (Plymouth Meeting, PA) *St. Joseph's - 79 -
99.
Rickey Scott 6-3 195 SG Irving Macarthur School (Irving, TX) *Arkansas - 81 -
100.
Jay Canty 6-5 175 SG Oak Ridge Military Academy (Oak Ridge, NC) *Xavier 83 - -


2008 Consensus Rankings
2009 Consensus Rankings

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kadeem jack reclassified, not

kadeem jack reclassified, not in 2010 class.

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Tobi Oyedeji

97. Tobi Oyedeji 6-8 210 PF Bellaire (Bellaire, TX) *Texas A&M 93 85 -

Hate to point this out, but I believe he passed away in a car wreck on prom night. Ill see if I can get a link to the story.

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Harris

Tobias Harris got 777, he might wanna go to Vegas....

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I am not saying I agree or

I am not saying I agree or disagree...but who thinks rivals went out on a limb when they last updated their rankings putting Selby #1?
I'm neutral cause I'm really yet to see these kids play besides the all-star circuit and maybe a few of em on espn 1 or 2 times...

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Kaela King at #52 is

Kaela King at #52 is TRAGIC....And so is Jamail Jones at 84!

King will be an All-Conference player immediately and he has a very strong all-around game (think of another Arizona State guy by the name of James Harden).

Jones is athletic and a good shooter. I expect him to be one of the better players in the class, and a legit NBA prospect by this time next season.

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No Espn Rankings? And I think

No Espn Rankings?
And I think Tyler Lamb is gonna surprise many people here if he gets PT

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Where is Seth Curry???

Does he even exist? I don't understand how he doesn't register on this site.

He is going to be playing at DUKE after being the leading freshman scorer in the country at Liberty and you know that Curry bloodline. But Still no love???

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Seth Curry isnt a freshman

Seth Curry isnt a freshman kid.

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ESPN rankings suck. For both

ESPN rankings suck. For both HS football and HS bball.

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Perry Jones

Perry Jones could be a special player if coached right.

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Pe'Shon Howard

Pe'Shon Howard is one of the best point guards in this class. Hes from Oak Hill Academy and is going to Maryland. Watch out for him.

And Doron Lamb is the most overrated player on this list. The only thing the kid can do is shoot and hes even that good at it. I saw him play every game of his senior year, and trust me, Pe'Shon Howard would destroy him.

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Tyler Lamb is gonna have to

Tyler Lamb is gonna have to be a real good freshman and be able to get after it defensively. I haven't seen much of him but I know in Ben Howland's system, if you want to play as a freshman, its def not easy, especially since they have some returning players in the back court who are gonna play heavy min.

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