Monday, November 1, 2010

Monday Morning Dump

- S7. If you don't know what I am referring to, than I pity you.

- We touched on this a bit here, but Indiana is building a nice little pipeline with the Indiana Elite AAU program. Dave Telep breaks it down for you.

- Like I wrote last week, these SI postcards are pretty awesome. Here is Seth Davis on UNC and freshman Harrison Barnes. Speaking of SI, they are breaking down the top players in each conference -- here is the SEC and here is the Big XII.

- Rush the Court sat down for a one-on-one with Dave Telep, the country's leading mind when it comes to high school recruiting.

- Good stuff from Ray Holloman on Mark Fox and Georgia.

- None of these teams are making the title game, but regardless, here is a good list of some of the best mid-majors in the country.

- Minnesota bloggers appreciate the services of Blake Hoffarber, the man they believe may be the best shooter in the country.

- Greg Lewis, a cousin of the late Reggie Lewis, has committed to Rutgers. The 6'9" Lewis is the No. 14 center in the country, and he joins Myles Mack, Malick Kone, Jerome Seagears, Mike Taylor, Kadeem Jack and Derrick Randall in Rutger's 2011 recruiting class.

- Cal's Max Zhang was supposed to spend the early part of the season in his native China training with the national team, but now it appears he will be there permanently. Zhang signed with Yao Ming's old team the Shanghai Sharks. Without Zhang in the lineup, the Bears will count on Markhuri Sanders-Frison, Harper Kamp, and Bak Bak that much more.

- I refer to this a lot, but JaJuan Johnson was a JV player as a sophomore in high school. Six years later, he is the best high school player in the country.

- College Chalk Talk puts together a complete list of the college hoops coaches on Twitter.

- John Shurna sounds like a nice kid.

- Louisville played their first game in the new Colonel's Original Recipe Arena KFC YUM! Center, beating Northern Kentucky in an exhibition game 83-66.

- Doug Gottlieb on the elephants in the room this season. Insider though, folks. Apologies.

- A nifty season-preview video for the Virginia Tech Hokies.

Hanner Perea has hops:

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