Class of 2003 Final Player Rankings

Luol Deng would have been the top player in the country if it weren't for a guy named LeBron. Here's our final Top 100 from the Class of 2003.
May 28, 2003

Kentucky Derby Festival Classic Rosters set

The rosters for the Kentucky Derby Festival Classic are set for the final of the big All-Star games. The April 26 game held at Freedom Hall in Louisville features 22 of the top prep players in the country. There will also be the Derek Anderson Derby Festival Night of the Future Stars Friday. The event will feature a Slam Dunk and 2-on-2 contests and the three-point shootout. 7-3 Shagari Alleyene, who is being recruited by Kentucky, was added to the roster. He had committed to Rutgers.
April 15, 2003

Capital Classic All-Stars

The Jordan Capital Classic recently announced the participants for its April game. Guess what? LeBron James will be in the house.
March 10, 2003

Jordan Capital Classic announces rosters

The Jordan Capital Classic, sponsored by Nike, Inc.'s Jordan division announced the participants for the 30th Annual basketball classic. which will be held on April 17th, 2003 at the MCI Center in Washington, D.C. The game will be tape delayed on Fox Sports Net the following Sunday. The National Game will be part of a doubleheader that will include a Regional Game showcasing the Capital All-Stars, the area's top 20 high school seniors along with recruits from the region's top schools.
March 4, 2003

"America's Recruit" Stays Home

Brandon Bass is no longer an uncommitted prospect. The man we call "America's Recruit" picked a college Friday morning. He's staying in-state.
February 14, 2003

Pre-Season 2003 Top 100

RALEIGH, N.C. -- After months on the road and countless hours in the gym, here's one site's take on the 100 best players in the Class of 2003.
January 20, 2003

Tigers "Tack" on point guard, wait on Bass

Taurean "Tack" Minor, a top point guard from Houston who has committed to LSU, says his decision to become a Tiger had something to do with another recruit making the same choice.
October 11, 2002