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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Greg OdenC
Indianapolis, INLawrence North

Will be a dominating force from day one.

7'0"240Ohio St.
#2Kevin DurantF
Suitland, MDMontrose Christian

Scary skill set for player with his length.

#3Brandan WrightF
Nashville, TNBrentwood Academy

Tremendous shot blocker who is also skilled with the ball.

6'9"201N. Carolina
#4Chase BudingerF
Carlsbad, CALa Costa Canyon

Athletic shooter with complete skill package.

#5Thaddeus YoungF
Memphis, TNMitchell

Versatile player who can put it on the floor and defend.

6'8"205Georgia Tech
#6Spencer HawesC
Seattle, WASeattle Prep

Possesses a very polished post-up game.

#7Javaris CrittentonG
Atlanta, GASouthwest Atlanta Christian

Super size and talent at the point guard position.

6'4"195Georgia Tech
#8Wayne EllingtonG
Merion Station, PAEpiscopal Academy

Terrific scoring guard with the talent to morph into a pro point guard.

6'4"190N. Carolina
#9Tywon LawsonG
Clinton, MDOak Hill Academy

No one is faster with the ball.

5'11"182N. Carolina
#10Brook LopezF
Fresno, CASan Joaquin Memorial

Big defensive presence with an offensive skill set as well.

#11Gerald HendersonG
Merion, PAEpiscopal Academy

A smooth and powerful athlete whose game is developing at rapid pace.

#12Paul HarrisF
Niagara Falls, NYNotre Dame Prep (Mass.)

Intimidating competitor who hunts down the ball.

#13Daequan CookG
Dayton, OHDunbar

A lethal scorer from the wing.

6'4"185Ohio St.
#14Stanley RobinsonF
Birmingham, ALHuffman

A versatile talent with NBA small forward size.

#15Davon JeffersonF
Patterson, NCPatterson School

NBA-type talent who needs to refine and discipline his game.

#16Darrell ArthurF
Dallas, TXSouth Oak Cliff

A sleeping giant who shows flashes of greatness.

#17Damion JamesF
Nacogdoches, TXNacogdoches

A do-everything player with college ready strength.

#18Mike ConleyG
Indianapolis, INLawrence North

Best pure point guard in the class.

6'1"170Ohio St.
#19Obi MuoneloG
Edmond, OKSanta Fe

A power guard who can hut the opposition in a number of ways.

6'4"215Oklahoma St.
#20Ramar SmithG
Detroit, MIMartin Luther King

Dynamic athlete with a motor for 94-foot basketball.

#21Sherron CollinsG
Chicago, ILCrane

Built like a brick with an athletic and exciting game.

#22Earl ClarkF
Rahway, NJRahway

Remarkable handler and passer for his size.

#23DaJuan SummersF
Baltimore, MDMcDonough

Smooth athlete with a sweet stroke.

#24Brian ZoubekC
Cherry Hill, NJHaddonfield Memorial

Rapidly improving big man with a refined post game.

#25Derrick CaracterF
Elizabeth, NJThe Patrick School

A wide body with a highly-skilled game.

#26Duke CrewsF
Hampton, VABethel

Relentless competitor in the paint on both ends of the court.

#27Curtis KellyF
New York, NYRice

Unorthodox lefty who is good with the ball.

#28Robin LopezC
Fresno, CASan Joaquin Memorial

Athletic shot blocker with developing post game.

#29Jon KreftC
Parkland, FLDouglas

Can do a lot of things well for a player his size.

#30Jason BennettC
Jacksonville, FLArlington Country Day

Huge defensive presence whose offensive game is coming along.

7'2"265Kansas St.
#31DeShawn SimsF
Detroit, MIPershing

Strong forward who will be a reliable scorer.

#32Taj GibsonF
Brooklyn, NYStoneridge Prep (CA)

Long athlete who impacts every game in the paint on both ends of the floor.

#33Raymar MorganF
Canton, OHMcKinley

Versatile small forward who is advanced offensively.

6'7"210Michigan St.
#34Wayne ChismF
Bolivar, TNBolivar Central

Great rebounder who has college-ready frame.

#35Michael WashingtonF
McGehee, ARGenesis One Christian (Miss.)

Has the potential to be one of nation's top big men.

#36David LightyG
Cleveland, OHSt. Joseph

Long, athletic wing who was injured last year.

6'5"180Ohio St.
#37Vernon MacklinF
Chatham, VAHargrave Military Academy

Runs the floor as well as any big man.

#38Derrick JasperG
Paso Robles, CAPaso Robles

Very strong guard who can guard numerous positions.

#39Jodie MeeksG
Norcross, GANorcross

A slasher who rebounds his position as well as anyone in the nation.

#40Mike JonesF
Hopkins, SCLower Richland

Has the frame and skill set to get to the basket and score.

#41Alex StephesonF
Studio City, CAHarvard Westlake

This power forward has a big upside and he will learn from the best.

6'10"215N. Carolina
#42Lance ThomasF
Newark, NJSt. Benedict's Prep

Lanky athlete who can cause match-up problems.

#43Tyler SmithF
Pulaski, TNHargrave Military (VA)

Very strong small forward with size to make instant impact.

#44Patrick ChristopherG
Compton, CADominguez

Prolific scorer who can score from all over the court.

#45Matt BouldinG
Denver, COThunderridge

Has a chance to be the 'Zags' next star.

#46Greivis VasquezG
Rockville, MDMontrose Christian

Euro-style player with great feel for the game.

#47Doneal MackG
Statesville, NCStatesville Christian

A smooth wing with shooting range and athleticism.

#48Quincy PondexterF
Fresno, CAMemorial

Long, bouncy athlete who will thrive in an uptempo style.

#49D.J. AugustinG
Sugar Land, TXHightower

Heady point guard who excels in the halfcourt game.

#50James KeefeF
Rancho Santa Margarita, CASanta Margarita Catholic

Face-up forward who can knock down the mid-range jumper consistently.

#51Marreese SpeightsF
St. Petersburg, FLAdmiral Farragut

Athletic power forward forward with a solid jumper and a huge upside.

#52Jerome DysonG
Andover, NHProctor Academy

Strong, physical guard who can score from anywhere on the court.

#53Willie KempG
Bolivar, TNBolivar Central

True point guard who understands the game and can score when needed.

#54Tom HerzogC
Flint, MIFlint Powers

Great timing defensively, offense will come with strength gain.

6'11"215Michigan St.
#55Donald SloanG
Seagoville, TXSeagoville

Explosive guard who overpowers defenders with his strength and athleticism.

6'2"170Texas A&M
#56Josh LomersC
Boerne, TXBoerne

Legit 7-footer with tremendous upside.

#57Keith ClarkF
Oklahoma City, OKPutnam City

A versatile forward with unlimited potential. Has good court vision and shooting range.

#58Trevon HughesG
Delafield, WISt. John's Military Academy

A dangerous point guard who can score and create for others.

#59Bryan DavisF
Grand Prairie, TXGrand Prairie

Powerful post presence whose strenghts are rebounding and blocking shots.

6'8"225Texas A&M
#60Jamil TuckerF
Gary, INWest

Blessed with great size for a small forward who can shoot 3-pointers and penetrate.

#61Phillip NelsonF
Keizer, ORMc Nary

One of the nation's best perimeter forwards.

#62Jarvis VarnadoF
Brownsville, TNHaywood County

Defensive specialist who is active around the glass.

6'9"190Mississippi St.
#63Perry StevensonF
Lafayette, LANorthside

Extremely lanky, left-handed forward with improving offensive arsenal.

#64Cameron TatumG
Patterson, NCPatterson School

Big-time athlete with NBA-range on his jumper.

#65Patrick BeverleyG
Chicago, ILMarshall

Skinny point guard guard whose stock is rising fast.

#66Gilbert BrownG
South Kent, CTSouth Kent

Big-time athlete that improved his perimeter game this season.

#67Eugene HarveyG
Newark, NJSt. Benedict's Prep

True point guard that gets up and down the court extremely well.

6'0"165Seton Hall
#68Hamady N'diayeC
Simi Valley, CAStone Ridge Prep

Very raw, athletic big man whose best basketball lies ahead.

#69Jeremy MayfieldF
Houston, TXGod's Academy

Armed with an offensive game that allows him to play inside or out.

#70Eric HayesG
Dumfries, VAPotomac Senior

Point guard with high-basketball IQ who knows how to run an offense.

#71Jon ScheyerG
Northbrook, ILGlenbrook North

A great shooter who moves extremely well without the ball.

#72Deon ThompsonF
Torrance, CATorrance

Wide-bodied post player with soft shooting touch and advanced post moves.

6'8"250N. Carolina
#73Lazar HaywardF
Buffalo, NYNotre Dame Prep (Mass.)

Skilled and crafty scorer with a great shooting touch.

#74Edgar SosaG
New York, NYRice

A classic NYC-guard: Tough and trigger-happy.

#75Antonio PenaF
Brooklyn, NYSt Thomas Moore

Hard-working big man that will clean the glass and run the floor.

#76Scottie ReynoldsG
Herndon, VAHerndon

Dead-eye shooter that can fill it up in a hurry.

#77Brian CarlwellC
Maywood, ILProviso East

A defensive workhorse that is blessed with tremendous size and athleticism.

#79Anthony GurleyG
Newton, MANewton North

Strong guard who may surprise some people in the ACC next season.

6'3"185Wake Forest
#80Tony CrockerG
San Antonio, TXThe Patterson School (N.C.)

One of the best defensive guards in the nation.

#81Adrian OliverG
Modesto, CAModesto Christian

One of the best in the West, can go on scoring tears.

#82Jerry SmithG
Wauwatosa, WIEast High

Excels off-the-dribble and also a good rebounder.

#83Dennis HornerF
Absecon, NJHoly Spirit

Versatile forward with inside-outside game.

6'7"190N.C. State
#84Doug WigginsG
Hartford, CTEast Hartford

Jet quick guard with a good feel for the game.

#85Jamie SkeenF
Charlotte, NCNorth Mecklenburg

Wins everywhere he goes, should be a match-up problem in the ACC.

6'8"215Wake Forest
#86Justin MasonG
Amarillo, TXPalo Duro

Tough, all-around combo guard who had strong senior season.

#87Jermaine BealG
DeSoto, TXDeSoto

Can play numerous positions, but has size to create match-up problems at point guard.

#88Jason BohannonG
Marion, IALinn Mar Community School

Big-time winner at the prep level that can pour it in from well beyond the arc.

#89Dan WernerF
Lincroft, NJChristian Brothers Academy

Big, strong forward that shines in certain systems.

#90Will HarrisF
Queens, NYBrewster Academy (N.H.)

Wing player with enough size to make immediate impact in the ACC.

#91Demond CarterG
Reserve, LAReserve Christian

One of the most storied scorers in prep history with 7,000-plus career points.

#92Larry DavisG
Middle Village, NYChrist The King

Solid, all-around guard with no glaring weaknesses.

6'3"175Seton Hall
#93Djibril ThiamF
Stoneridge Prep (Calif.)

Long, athletic wing with a big upside.

#94Jon MitchellF
Mount Vernon, NYMount Vernon

Blue-collar forward that plays bigger than his zize.

#95Will WalkerG
Bolingbrook, ILBolingbrook

Combo guard who likes to shoot in transition.

#96Harrison SmithG
Houston, TXJones

Will keep the scorekeepers busy in the Big 12.

#97Lawrence GilbertF
Houston, TXWheatley

One of the most versatile players in Texas.

6'7"175Miami (FL)
#98Ryan AndersonF
El Dorado Hills, CAOak Ridge

Blessed with great size and will be a 3-point threat in the Pac-10.

#99Lewis WitcherF
Rocky Mount, VAFranklin County

Reliable forward who does a great job on the boards.

6'8"200Virginia Tech
#100James DewsG
Westchester, OHLakota East

Strong shooter who is effecient and takes care of the ball.

6'2"182Miami (FL)
#101Keon LawrenceG
Newark, NJWeequahic

Brings Jersey toughness, scoring and athleticism to Mizzou.

#102Seth TarverF
Portland, ORJesuit

Will be one of the top freshmen in the Pac-10 next season.

6'5"190Oregon St.
#103Clarence HollowayC
Chicago, ILIMG (Fla.)

Mammoth size, improved his stamina and body at IMG.

#104Luke HarangodyF
Schererville, INAndrean

Plays with tremendous intensity, bullies opponents on the inside.

6'7"250Notre Dame
#105William GravesF
Greensboro, NCDudley

A wide-bodied small forward with an old-school game. Possesses a great mid-range jumper.

6'6"245N. Carolina
#106Phil JonesC
Brooklyn, NYLaurinburg Prep (N.C.)

This big man has attracted a handful of major programs.

#107Landon MilbourneF
Roswell, GAOak Hill Academy (Va.)

A versatile forward who got overshadowed at Oak Hill Academy.

#108Kelvin LewisG
Crowley, TXNorth Crowley

Athletic wing can do a little bit of everything.

#109Nigel MunsonG
Hyattsville, MDDeMatha

A catalyst at the point who thrives at getting his teammates involved.

6'1"170Virginia Tech
#110Jonathan MandeldoveC
Snelville, GAHargrave Military Academy

UConn has a history of turning raw big men like this into stars.

#111Josue SotoG
Miami, FLArlington Country Day

Scrappy guard that can push the pace.

5'11"173Florida St.
#112Isaiah DahlmanF
Braham, MNBraham

A versatile small forward with shooting range and the ability to penetrate.

6'6"175Michigan St.
#113Aaron HolmesG
St.Petersburg, FLCentral Catholic

A scoring machine that is coming off a great senior season.

6'5"180Florida St.
#114Solomon TatG
Stockbridge, GACommunity Christian

This Nigerian is already stronger and more athletic than some ACC guards.

#115Lawrence WestbrookG
Chandler, AZWinchendon (Mass.) Prep

Former Iowa State commit who could be a star for Dan Munson at Minnesota.

#116J.P. GavinskiC
Wisconsin Dells, WIWisconsin Dells

A highly-skilled big man with high-basketball IQ.

#117Pierre NilesF
Memphis, TNRidgeway

One of the biggest prospects in any class, very tough to move away from basket.

#118Tory JacksonG
Saginaw, MIBuena Vista

Quick point guard that excels at finding ways to penetrate into the lane.

5'10"170Notre Dame
#119David PotterG
Bradenton, FLPendleton (IMG Academy)

A swingman with a solid, all-around game.

#120Nic WiseG
Kingwood, TXKingwood

A true, undersized point guard who had a tremendous senior season.

#121JeJuan BrownF
Biloxi, MSBiloxi

Bouncy, combo forward with a nice feel for the game.

#122Armon BassettG
Terre Haute, IN

Could be Kelvin Sampson's point guard of the future.

#123Delroy JamesF
Brooklyn, NYLaurinburg Prep (N.C.)

One of the most intriguing mid-major prospects in the class.

6'7"200Rhode Island
#124Tyrone AppletonG
Midland, TXMidland College

Lockdown defender who frustrates his opponents.

#125Derrick RolandG
Seagoville, TXSeagoville

Formed great tandem in high school with fellow Texas A&M-signee Donald Sloan.

6'4"185Texas A&M
#126Derwin KitchenG
Jacksonville, FLFlorida Prep

Good shooter who is capable of playing point guard.

6'4"180St. John's
#127Matt HillF
Lincoln, NESoutheast

Blocking shots and rebounding are this big man's strengths.

#128Ishmael SmithG
Concord, NCCentral Cabarrus

Crafty ball-handler who pushes the tempo.

5'11"155Wake Forest
#129Keaton GrantG
Kissimmee, FLBridgton Academy (Me.)

Good defender who likes to slash to the basket on offense.

#130Marques JohnsonG
Fort Wayne, INSnider

A pass-first point guard with good vision and great size.

#131L.D. WilliamsG
East Bend, NCMontverde Academy (FL)

Lanky, explosive wing who has the physical tools to be a star.

6'4"185Wake Forest
#132Isaac MilesG
Shawnee Mission, KSBishop Miege

Point guard that pushes the tempo and can score.

#133Dante CurryG
Kissimmee, FLPoinciana

A pure scorer who is difficult to handle one-on-one.

6'5"165South Florida
#134Zach PeacockF
Miami, FLMiami Norland

A skilled power forward with enough size to earn some minutes right away.

6'7"215Georgia Tech
#135Bobby MazeG
Washington, DCPatterson School (N.C.)

Allen Iverson-look alike that is quick with the ball.

#136J.T. TillerG
Marietta, GAWheeler

Mike Davis will be very pleased he inherited this talented, combo guard.

#137Osiris EldridgeG
Chicago, ILPhillips

Has the makings of the next mid-major star.

6'3"180Illinois St.
#138Dwayne CollinsF
Miami, FLMiami Senior

Will bring some much-needed size and depth to Miami's frontcourt.

6'8"210Miami (FL)
#139David BookerF
Moss Point, MSMoss Point

A combo forward who does most of his damage on the boards.

#140Dewayne ReedG
Houston, TXWheatley

The Tigers' point guard of the future.

#141Kraidon WoodsF
Pottstown, PAHill School

A lanky forward who has the size to create mismatches.

6'8"210Arizona St.
#142Chris SingletaryG
Chicago, ILFlorida Prep Academy

Physical guard who overpowers his opponents.

6'3"200Kent St.
#143Mikhail TorranceG
Mobile, ALMary G. Montgomery

Will bring much needed depth to the Tide's backcourt.

#145Chas McFarlandC
Worcester, MAWorcester Academy

Late-blooming 7-footer who is just starting to show potential.

7'0"200Wake Forest
#146Reggie ReddingG
Philadelphia, PASt. Joseph's

Will allow Jay Wright to keep playing a guard-heavy lineup at 'Nova.

#147Desean ButlerF
Bloomfield, NJBloomfield Tech

This versatile small forward will challenge for starting job right away.

6'7"205West Virginia
#148Wellington SmithF
Summit, NJBlair Academy

Possesses almost identical game and potential as Butler (above).

6'7"195West Virginia
#149Demetrius JemisonF
Birmingham, ALHuffman

Formed great duo with UConn-signee Stanley Robinson in prep ranks, has tremendous potential.

#150Dexter PittmanC
Rosenberg, TXRosenberg Terry

A massive center who cannot be moved from the low post.


Final Rivals150 Class of 2006

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