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Flagrant Fouls Spring Top 100 - Class of 2011

Posted on 20. May, 2010 by Nolan Shulman in High School


We're just a month or so into AAU season and it's already been a dandy.  As we inch closer to the July open period, we felt it was time to release our Top 100 players in the class of 2011.  



Click here for our updated

2011 High School Player Rankings


Here's a look at who holds the top spot at each position !!!


PG - Marquis Teague, (6-1, 165) Spiece

The speedy quick floor general lit the house on fire at Boo Williams, turning in the best effort of the week and cementing his spot as the top floor general in the country.  His ability to change speeds makes him impossible to stay in front of. 



SG - Austin Rivers, (6-4, 190) E1T1

The best pure scorer in this class by a long shot, Rivers can score any way he wants.  While he should remain the most unguardable player in America for the foreseeable future, he's going to need to continue to grow as a facilitator and defender if he wants to overtake Gilchrist for the #1 spot. 



SF - Michael Gilchrist, (6-7, 190) Team Final

Michael retains his spot as the classes top dog.  He isn't flashy, but he uses his versatility and outstanding motor to get the job done.  He ability to rebound, turn, and start the break, combined with his desire to make the simple play, makes him the most effective player in America. 



PF - Quincy Miller, (6-8, 200) D-One Sports

Another extremely efficient player, Quincy has added a lot of elements to his game over the past few months.  He's handling it better, shooting it with more range and consistency, and proving he can score in a variety of fashions.  Combine that with his length, energy, and leadership, and we're talking about the complete package. 



C- Rakeem Christmas, (6-9, 215) Team Final

Rakeem is the human eraser capable of protecting the rim like no other in the class of 2011.  While his offensive repertoire is still a work in progress, defensively Christmas uses excellent length, bounce, and energy, to close down the paint to opposing teams.  Simply put, he's the best shot blocker and defensive player in the country. 



Click here for our updated

2011 High School Player Rankings


Please keep in mind that this list is still a work in progress and we have yet to see everyone in the 2011 class.  That being said we have been hitting the road very hard and will continue to do so. 

Next up on the list is a west coast swing which includes the Nike EYBL in Los Angeles, followed by the Pangos All-American Camp.  Those two events will bring an end to a terrific spring and ensure we're as familiar as possible with all the nations top prospects heading into summer.   

June doesn't get any less action packed as we'll be attending the Rumble in the Bronx, the All-Canada Classic, and the NBA Top 100 camp. 

That's at least 5 more events in which prospects will have a chance to catch our eye over the next two months.  We'll update the list again prior to the July open evaluation period, so if you're looking at this list and aren't happy with your spot, make sure to set your alarm the rest of the spring ready to "Rise and Grind".  They'll be plenty of opportunity to improve on your ranking. 


Nolan Shulman - North American Recruiting Analyst



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