Tag Archive | Marquis teague

Final class of 2011 team rankings

Surprise, surprise. Kentucky brought in the best recruiting class in the country this year with Duke and St. John’s not too far behind in our final class of 2011 top 20 team rankings while Texas and North Carolina round out the top five. Kentucky has the best class in the country for the class of […]

Updated Class Rankings

In our updated class rankings, Kentucky holds on to the top spot despite Alex Murphy heading to Duke a year early. The Wildcats simply have a unbelievable class between three of the top six recruits in power forward Anthony Davis (#1), small forward Michael Gilchrist (#3) and point guard Marquis Teague (#6), They also bring in another top-25 […]

Jordan Brand Classic Preview

With the Jordan Brand Classic approaching this Saturday at 8:00 p.m. (EST) on ESPN2, it’s time to preview the key match-ups to watch throughout the game. This event features each of our top-seven prospects in the class of 2011 and is loaded with scorers as there are six shooting guards including our top three offensive […]

What to watch for in the McDonald’s All-American Game

With 24 of the country’s best players being brought together for a single game, you know there will be a lot of intriguing match-ups with all that talent on the floor. Here’s a breakdown of what to watch for organized by position: Point Guard- Marquis Teague (West) vs. Quinn Cook (East) This match-up has one of the widest […]

Wiltjer highlights Hoop Summit’s World Team

#26 overall prospect power forward Kyle Wiltjer (Kentucky) was named to the 2011 Nike Hoop Summit on Saturday, April 9 at 10:00 pm EST. Wiltjer was selected to be one of the representatives of his native Canada and will lead the World team against a stacked U.S. squad loaded with top talent in Austin Rivers (Duke), Michael Gilchrist (Kentucky), and Marquis Teague […]

Mailbag Question: Kentucky 2011, best class ever?

“How does this year’s recruiting class for Kentucky compare to the Wall, Cousins, Bledsoe, and Orton class?”- Dave (Lexington) Like I said in my class rankings, this Wildcat recruiting class legitimately rivals the ’09 class. However, I would take the ’09 class over this one because it’s very difficult to do better than two first-team […]

Mailbag Question

“Who has the biggest downside in your top five prospects for 2011?” Every prospect who is in the top-five already possesses a lot of talent and has shown that they are elite in one way or another. For example, Rivers is the best scorer, Gilchrist is the best all-around player, Teague is the best point […]