Big Board Rankings

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Big Board Rankings

Who is ranked too high or low in the latest rankings?

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Greg Monroe

He is ranked entirely too low on the big board and should be at least in the top 20. He has been one of the best freshmen in the country this season and he will be a lottery pick whenever he chooses to come out.

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Big Greg Monroe fan. If he turns pro this year there is no way the San Antonio Spurs (or any team) will pass on a big man like that. Baller. Someone please help me with Al Aminu, haven't seen much of him. Gani Lawal fan here. Jordan Hill climbing, please explain. Jrue Holiday is the only freshman PG on the pro radar right now. BJ Mullens is a stiff. Gerald Henderson, where's the love for the most athletic baller in hoops? Kyle Singler can play at the next level, btw I'm not a Duke fan (Nolan Smith, baller). I'm going to see Patty Mills play this weekend in Indy. Thank you for reading this far.

PS Hanley Ramirez 2009 NL MVP

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I'll help you Matt. Aminu has climbed up the rankings because of his surprising production and outstanding potential. Everyone knew he had potential but he's put it together better then expected in Wake Forest this season. He's not starting material in the NBA yet but he's better then most expected. Jordan Hill has upped his game significantly and has combined his almost automatic jump hook with a better jumpshot, a more diverse post game and defensive shot blocking without fouling. That was his biggest problem last year. Gerald Henderson isn't getting love because he's not playing up to what is expected. I think he's actually down alittle from previous years and it's hurting his stock. He still has a solid future in the NBA.

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sorry but even though he is

sorry but even though he is not nearly as good... stanley robinson is more athletic than gerald henderson... plz dont mention the joe alexander dunk im still in awe that a white guy dunked ovr stanley... joe can jump through the roof

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