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Updated Class of 2011 Team Rankings, New Class Profiles

John Calipari has the #1 recruiting class in country... again.

With almost all of the top prospects having committed already (basically everyone except DeAndre Daniels) we decided to update our class of 2011 team rankings and decided not only to extend it to 15 teams, but to add class profiles that detail every prospect and an evaluation of them, an evaluation of the class as a whole and video highlights of the prospects.

Kentucky, Duke and St. John’s are atop our class rankings and between them, they have 18 commits and 13 top-50 prospects. The Wildcats have an unbelievable four top-25 recruits and three of the top six prospects in the country, including the #1 overall player, power forward Anthony Davis. However, Duke is not far behind as they have five top-41 prospects and have the second-best player in the country in shooting guard Austin Rivers.

The Red Storm have the most recruits by far with nine and have four top-50 prospects. Texas and North Carolina round out the top-five as the Longhorns are bringing in point guard Myck Kabongo (#9) and the Tar Heels have power forward James McAdoo (#4) and shooting guard P.J. Hairston (#12). Another notable team just cracking our top-15 is Rutgers since they don’t have any top-50 commits. However, they do have seven guys coming in including point guard Myles Mack, who just missed out on our final top-50 because of small forward Alex Murphy (#34) re-classifying.

To see our top-15 and class profiles, click here.

One comment on “Updated Class of 2011 Team Rankings, New Class Profiles

  1. […] of notable things have been happening in the world of recruiting recently that also includes our updated Class of 2011 Team Rankings. North Carolina is the featured team in the week’s “Team Spotlight” and DeAndre […]

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