Top 5 Recruiters in College Basketball E-mail
Tuesday, 18 March 2008

Dalonte Hill, Kansas State,- Landed possibly college basketball's best player and the #1 pick of this year's NBA Draft. Then followed up with with 2009 top 100 recruits Wally Judge and Rodney McGruder. Fortunately he has one of the nation's top AAU programs in his back pocket with the DC Assault.

Russ Springman, Texas, -Landed the class that brought Texas back into the national spotlight. Kevin Durant was the best player in the country last year, and DJ Augustin, the best point guard in the country this season. Springman is heavily wired out East and has proven to have valuable contacts in the South as well.

John Groce, Ohio State,-Delivered possibly the strongest recruiting class ever in the NCAA. Greg Oden, Mike Conley, and Dequan Cook, not only took Ohio State to the national championship game, but now have all landed lucrative NBA deals after just one year in Columbus. Not bad for being at a "football school".

Tony Jones, Tennessee,- Bruce Pearl's right hand man since his climb from UWM to the top of college basketball. Jones brought Duke Crews and Ramar Smith to the table, as well as being extremely involved with Tyler Smith transferring back to his home state from Iowa. Jones has the city of Detroit locked down.

Joe Halladay, North Carolina,-This seasoned veteran can still compete with the young bucks on the recruiting trail. Halladay brought Tywon Lawson and Wayne Ellington to Chapel Hill, which are the main cogs in UNC being the top program in the country. In 2008 Halladay bounced back with McDonald's All-American, Tyler Zeller. Being at UNC is an advantage, but Halladay is still getting it done.

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