Basketball recruiting: weekly rundown

In recent days many top 100 players have committed to division-one campus.

Anthony Barber goes to North Carolina State in the ACC. Fast in the open field, is compared to  B.Jennings. Last year  the 6’1″ athlete has improved a lot in managing the team and certainly has the potential to get to the NBA.
Robert Hubbs is going to the Tennessee where coach Cuonzo Martin  is doing a great job to revive the Vols. Hubbs is a guard of two meters made ​​and finished on both sides of the field, a great shooter and scorer, perhaps lacks competitive nastiness also because until now he has not needed, playing in contexts dominated easily. Other NBA prospect.
Dakarai Allen is probably the best defender of  the 2013 class, at least between the wings. Hard, intense and eager to do the little things that are essential such as baskets in view of many coaches. San Diego State is his choice, where Steve Fisher is getting remarkable results.
Chris Jones chose Louisville for his last two years of eligibility.
He comes from junior-college circuit, where  is considered one of the best players of the last decade. Great scorer and a tough defender,will have a strong impact on the Cardinals where he should start from day one with Peyton Siva as senior.

Kendrick Nunn lacks elite size to be touted as NBA prospect, but his pledge to Illinois is a good start for new coach John Groce; Marquette and Wisconsin in recent years have been preferred from Illinois talents.It’s time for the Illini to change this trend and Nunn is a really good way to start.

Jonathan Motley, a 6’9″ forward pencil thin butwith good leaping ability and quickness, made the call for Baylor, where coach Drew is used to reload every year with good prospects.

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