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Really exciting event with a lot happening this weekend in Los Angeles. Rather than sugarcoating the coverage, I took a different tact and actually looked at some of the underachievers as well. Believe me when I say there were some surprising names to make the losers list.
The nations a rundown of which players stood out and others that fell short of expectations.
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As a college bball fan, the one player that stood out to me was Nerlens Noel....this guy wants to defend a change a game on that end of the floor. Whenever he can get his offensive skill set to develop he will easily be a high impact player. Wow the 2013 cycle definitely has more stars than this class IMO
2013 is going to be a fantastic class! It's a class filled with fantastic point guards and forwards. I also like Noel. Has great timing on blocking shots and can really run the floor. His scoring ability is not all bad and I agree that if he can elevate his offensive game just a tad more you're looking at a really well-rounded big man.
His nickname yesterday rotated between high top and flat top.
UNC is looking to be lacking that major recruit they usually bring in each year.....Paige does appear to be the next point who also brings a scoring element but he alone cant b the headliner can he? Is Tokoto more of a role player than a star? Who else will join these two in 2012?
Paige is great. I really like his game as he plays fast, but smartly and in control.
As an FYI, Brandon Ashley and Nate Britt both made unofficials to Arizona Sunday, a surprising move by each. Britt told me Saturday he was intent on tripping to Arizona, North Carolina and Pitt this fall.
what were your thoughts on Shaquille Johnson
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