Archive - Oct 2010 - Article
Although the sophomore class lost the cream of the crop with John Wall, Derrick Favors and DeMarcus Cousins all bolting for the NBA, the class maintains a great deal of talent. Here is a look at the top 15 players leftover.
NCAA Sophomore Rankings - Class of 2013
Here's a look at our top 50 incoming freshmen. This class has tremendous talent and depth. With as many as 10 potential lottery picks and 20 potential one and done first rounders, this class gives college basketball fans a lot to get excited about for the upcoming season.
NCAA Freshman Rankings - Class of 2014
As the calendar creeps ever closer to the end of October, basketball fans start to salivate in a Pavlovian manner. They know what’s coming – the real hoops they’ve been deprived of for months. This season there is no shortage of compelling storylines: Can anybody stop the Heat? Can the Lakers repeat? Will Kevin Durant and the Thunder make the leap to elite status? The list goes on and on, and that’s without even mentioning college hoops.
Ohio State freshman Jared Sullinger was the consensus top bigman prospect in the high school class of 2010. He enters college as one of the top power forward prospects in the country and is projected as a top 10 pick for the 2011 draft. Sullinger helped Team USA redeem themselves and defeat the International squad at the Hoop Summit in April. He also had a solid showing in Chicago in August playing against college players at adidas Nations.