BEST OF THE PAC-10 ,ACC, BIG EAST ETC RECRUITS
BEST OF THE PAC-10
Ranking the classes (national rank)
1. Stanford (9)
2. UCLA (14)
4. Arizona State
7. Oregon State
8. Washington State
Best by category
Best perimeter scorer: Daniel Bejarano, Arizona
Best low post scorer: Josh Smith, UCLA
Best passer: Keala King, Arizona State
Best shooter: Gary Franklin, California
Best rebounder: Dwight Powell, Stanford
Best shot blocker: Dwight Powell, Stanford
Best defender: Tyler Lamb, UCLA
Most versatile: Keala King, Arizona State
Best basketball IQ: Aaron Bright, Stanford
Best pro prospect: Enes Kanter, Washington
Best speed: Ahmad Starks, Oregon State
Best motor: Garrett Jackson, USC
Impact player: Enes Kanter, Washington
Biggest sleeper: Josh Huestis, Stanford
What a disapointment
Wesley Johnson with Point Forward skills, not as physical though.
Funny- we wouldn't be posting this if Standford wasn't on top now would we Quincey?
nope sure wouldnt..duh...does it matter though if i would or wouldnt have?
I was joking my man. I respect that.
Watch out for Washington. If they land Terrance Jones and Tony Wroten...scary.
its cool i didnt take it personal. i think wroten has another year of hs after this year
I think your right.
What do you think of Enes Kanter. I feel he can be a top 5 pick in 2011.
ive heard of him but hes one of the few guys i didnt get to see play when i was out in vegas..not sure what he can do exactly. theres a young big kid you should watch out for in a couple years named alec austin. i might have the first name wrong. hes about 7feet. he was horrible 2 summers ago but got much better this past summer. i think hes a soph now. his father is ike austin that used to play for the heat
i think his name is osiah austin and yea he is real skinny and long
yeah thats it...hes raw right now but he still put up some nice moves and dunks this past summer. if he his game improves after this summe rlike it did last summe rhe will be top 3 player in his class. possible number one
I've seen him play. The guy from Texas. He's like 7'0 195 or something ridiculous like that. He has 3 point range on his shot and he supposedly can handle the ball like a perimeter player.
dont sleep on UW...if they manage to get terrance jones then they will have a seriously talented roster:
off the bench