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Where Murphy fits in

One of the hardest things in recruiting is determining how good a prospect will be in a different class, but with Alex Murphy heading to Duke a year early we have to figure out where to put the former top-15 class of 2012 recruit. Our method was simply, we figured out which small forward he was better than and then which small forward he was worse than, which ended up being Kansas-commit Ben McLemore (#41) and Mississippi State-commit Rodney Hood (#33). After that, we just went through each prospect at different positions and determined if Murphy was better than them and we thought Murphy is a better prospect than Louisville-commit power forward Chane Behanan (#34) so we plugged him into the #34 spot and moved everyone else back.

See how this affects Duke’s class ranking when we post our updated class rankings later today.

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