2015 Class Rankings

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Syracuse leads the way in our first edition of the 2015 class rankings. Arizona and Georgetown check in at No. 2 and No. 3.

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Syracuse has the most top 100 commitments at this stage with four. Richardson and Howard will boost their perimeter, while Diagne, an active and aggressive PF, and Lydon will help their post game.
Key verbals: (#), PF Moustapha Diagne (#68 ), SG Franklin Howard (#70 ), PF Tyler Lydon (#77 )
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Arizona holds commitments from a pair of top 25 guards. Simon, who has a 6-11 wingspan, is skilled and versatile, while Dorsey is best utilized as a scorer.
Key verbals: PG Justin Simon (#17 ), SG Tyler Dorsey (#39 )
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John Thompson III is adding a lot of size in 2015. Govan and Dickerson are both, thick, but skilled post players, while Derrickson is a step out four-man that can really shoot the ball.
Key verbals: C Jessie Govan (#51 ), C Noah Dickerson (#66 ), PF Marcus Derrickson (#94 )
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Thad Matta is filling needs in a big way with his 2015 class. Grandstaff will help as a perimeter scorer, Harris brings speed and passing to the PG spot, while Mitchell is a versatile forward that can pass and is a willing rebounder.
Key verbals: SG Austin Grandstaff (#45 ), PG A.J. Harris (#79 ), SF Mickey Mitchell (#NR )
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Lorenzo Romar is off to a quick start with two top 50 recruits and another four-star prospect. Murray, a perimeter player, & Chriss, a power forward, are both long versatile athletes. Crisp is a high-level shooter.
Key verbals: SG Dejounte Murray (#37 ), PF Marquese Chriss (#47 ), PG David Crisp (#95 )
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LSU has the highest rated commitment in the 2015 class. Ben Simmons, who has had a longstanding relationship with LSU assistant David Patrick, is a dynamic 6-8 forward with impressive skill.
Key verbals: SF Ben Simmons (#2 )
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It was a good thing Michigan State locked up Davis early, as he was one of the biggest breakout names of the spring. They also hold a commitment from 6-4 athletic wing Kyle Ahrens.
Key verbals: PF Deyonta Davis (#29 ), SF Kyle Ahrens (#NR )
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John Groce has two in-state prospects already on board. Williams is an intriguing forward with skill & versatility. Jordan has a reputation as a shooter.
Key verbals: SF D.J. Williams (#55 ), SF Aaron Jordan (#NR )
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Top 20 recruit Luke Kennard was targeted by coach K early. Kennard is skilled, a talented passer and a very good long-range shooter.
Key verbals: SG Luke Kennard (#23 )
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It's just one commitment, but it's a quality one. Holiday is a very good athlete with potential to be an elite on ball defender. A lead guard, Holiday is a good passer and gifted scorer when he needs to be.
Key verbals: PG Aaron Holiday (#29 )
OTHERS: Memphis Tigers, USC Trojans, Kentucky Wildcats, Southern Methodist Mustangs, Florida Gators.