Top 100 HS Players (Class of 2010)

Posted on 02. Nov, 2009 by Nolan Shulman in High School, Top 100

The High School season is upon us which means it’s time to unveil our pre-season player rankings. Jared Sullinger remains the top dog and looks to put Northland on his back this season and lead them to State. Kyrie Irving and Brandon Knight head up an impressive list of floor generals, and although Kyrie took the prize, picking between these two superb lead guards was like splitting hairs. Tobias Harris made the biggest leap, rising all the way to #5 after an outstanding summer. Can’t wait for the season to get started so that we can continue to evaluate this superb class.


Top 25 Point Guards

Top 25 Shooting Guards
Top 25 Small Forwards
Top 25 Power Forwards
Top 25 Centers

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3 Responses to “Top 100 HS Players (Class of 2010)”

  1. Ryan

    05. Nov, 2009

    As always, great work Nolan. Kyrie at #2 is as high as I’ve seen him but I trust your rankings. We seem to have the same eye for talent.

    I felt going into the summer that St. Pats has 2 of the top 5 players in America. Throw in a ridiculous frosh class (4 kids over 6-5, and athletes at that) and some great role players and they should be #1 in the land.

    I’m looking forward to when they face Joe Jackson’s squad in NJ, should be fun seeing an offensive machine go up against Pats punishing defense. Wouldn’t be surprised if Michael guarded him.

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  2. Henn

    18. Aug, 2009

    Wow! This is incredible work, congrats Nolan! Flagrant Fouls is the new source for ncaa scouts.

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  3. Michael

    17. Aug, 2009

    Congrats on compiling a well researched list Nolan, doesn’t seem like many if any sites can match your first hand looks at these players.

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