Tuesday, May 27, 2008


According to Antonio Williams of ESPN, these are the top recruiting classes for NCAA basketball:

1) UCLA, 2) Florida, 3) Ohio State, 4) West Virginia, 5) Kansas,

6. WAKE FOREST: The three stellar prospects in Wake's class were all signed by the late Skip Prosser. The trio has honored their commitment to the program and Prosser's predecessor, Dino Gaudio. The most talented player of the bunch is wing Al-Farouq Aminu (pictured left), who could be the ACC's top incoming recruit. The class also consists of centers Tony Woods and Ty Walker.

7. NORTH CAROLINA: The Tar Heels were able to land three top-notch prospects in the early signing period. North Carolina's top signee is versatile 7-foot-1 center Tyler Zeller. He and fellow frontcourt freshman Ed Davis should see the floor despite UNC's outstanding depth.

8. Georgetown, 9. Arizona,

10. FLORIDA STATE: Leonard Hamilton added point guard Derwin Kitchen (pictured right) to his early signing period haul that included Top 25 recruit Chris Singleton, ESPN 100 prospect Xavier Gibson and three backcourt players -- Luke Loucks, Pierre Jordan, and Deividas Dulkys. Hamilton has amassed his best collection of talent ever at Florida State.

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