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New 247Sports national recruiting analyst Jerry Meyer reworked the 2012 Top 247 and there were some changes.
– Nerlens Noel remained No. 1
– Alex Poythress moved up from No. 8 to No. 7.
– Archie Goodwin dropped from No. 12 to No. 18.
– Willie Cauley-Stein dropped from No. 37 to No. 44.
The 247Sports rankings are determined by our recruiting analysts after countless hours of personal observations, film evaluation and input from our network of scouts. Players are ranked by position, grouped qualitatively with a star ranking and given a numerical ranking based on their future potential.
I really dont like these rankings at all
all I really care about is how Cal likes them and what he can do with them and how they'll be able to come together. In the words of Jim Mora, the rankings to me don't mean diddly poo
Anybody who looks at this class and determines Anderson is the 3rd best player is out of their mind. Sure he's a nice player, but the college game will expose him. He's unathletic, slow, and not a PG. Well, the way he plays might suggest PG, but the only 6'9" PG to be successful is Magic. This guy is not Magic.
I can understand why people aren't sold on Kyle Anderson. I get it. You look at him and he may not wow you. His nickname is "Slow Motion" because it literally looks like everything he does is in slow motion.
But last summer, I saw him carve up the best the Nike-EYBL had to offer at Peach Jam for two monster triple doubles. It's not pretty at times but the kid just gets it done.
That was about all the convincing I needed. But I'll still be interested to see where he fits in at the college level.
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