Louisville's 2015 class appears to be Rick Pitino's best yet. Deng Adel, Donovan Mitchell and Antonio Blakeney give them athleticism, toughness and scoring on the perimeter. Raymond Spalding adds lengthy, mobility and a shot blocking threat inside.
Sean Miller's recruiting success has been well documented and he doesn't appear to be slowing down. Three more five-stars in 2015 -- all ranked among the top 20 -- and the Wildcats aren't done.
Only two top 10 players have made decisions and Duke reeled in one of them -- Chase Jeter. At 6-10, he has a go-to hook and an improved offensive game. Kennard is a skilled guard that can heat up from three.
Syracuse has the most top 100 commitments at this stage. Richardson is a scorer, Howard is skilled & can pass, while Diagne is an active, energy guy and Lydon is a fluid runner and impressive athlete.
Thad Matta is filling needs in a big way with his 2015 class. Grandstaff will help as a perimeter scorer. The addition of Giddens adds shot blocking, rebounding and toughness. Harris brings speed and passing to the PG spot.
Florida State's 2015 class came together. Dwayne Bacon and Malik Beasley both committed during their official visits. Both are terrific scorers and will be a force on the perimeter in college. Throw in Mann and the Seminoles are added three different wing players.
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.
Billy Kennedy has targeted players from the Texas Titans. Alex Robinson committed last year. Then Avery Johnson Jr. joined the fold. Now Tyler Davis and D.J. Hogg are current pledges. Davis is a bruising big man that boards it and can score, while Hogg is one of the premier shooters in the country.
Dedric Lawson opted to reclassify to the 2015 class, joining his brother — K.J. Lawson. This gives Memphis a pair of versatile forwards that can score it.
#10 UCLA Bruins
Since landing at UCLA, Steve Alford has landed four five-star recruits and three four-star players. They already have a pair of top 50 recruits in Holiday and Ali and they have their eyes set on the nation's top prospect -- Jaylen Brown.
From 2002 to 2014, Oregon State pulled in just two top 100 prospects. They currently have three in their 2015 recruiting class. Thompson is a wiry scorer. Tinkle is a combo forward with offensive ability. Eubanks is an emerging post prospect with upside, while Bruce is a wiry PG that keeps getting better.
With the addition of Brunson, Villanova has a top 15 class. Brunson is arguably the best PG in the class and has a tremendous feel for the game. Divincenzo is regarded as a four-star prospect and Delaney is known for his skill
#13 Auburn Tigers
From 2010 to 2014 Auburn reeled in two top 100 recruits. In a three day period, Bruce Pearl and Auburn secured a pair of top 100 recruits -- Danjel Purifoy and Horace Spencer. Auburn is off to a great start in 2015.
#14 LSU Tigers
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, feel and driving ability.
Key verbals: PF Ben Simmons (#2 )
Steve Wojciechowski's first true class is off to a great start. Both of his commitments are top 100 recruits. Heldt was one of the surprises of July and moved into the 50's when we updated rankigns. Noskowiak is a talented guard that can make shots.
#16 Florida Gators
The Gators are filling needs in 2015 and they certainly aren't done. Kevaughn is an athletic guard with potential on defense and an improving shot. With Dickerson & Hayes, the Gators have a pair of post prospects that can help. Dickerson is skilled, while Hayes is a long, mobile and a good athlete.
#17 USC Trojans
Andy Enfield has had success recruiting locally and that's certainly continuing with his 2015 class. Metu is an impressive PF prospect with mobility and athleticism, while Boatwright is one of the top shooters in the class.
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.
#19 Georgetown Hoyas
John Thompson III isize in 2015. Govan is a thick, but skilled post player, while Derrickson is a step out four-man that can really shoot the ball.
Richard Pitino has assembled a top 20 class by recruiting a pair of very talented guards and a 6-9 post in Nwankwo. Dorsey is a pest on D and has tremendous speed, while McBrayer is a knock down shooter with a good feel for the game.
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