PDA

View Full Version : Scout's West Coast Rankings



MississppiZag
06-09-2008, 02:12 PM
They only have PG, SG, and SF updated. PF and C are coming soon. We have 5 players that we are after between the three currently updated positions.

Point Guard: #1-Abdul Gaddy
Shooting Guard: #3 Anthony Marshall, #5 Tyler Haws
Strong Forward: #1 Tyler Honeycutt, #4 Solomon Hill

It is nice to see that out of 3 positions, we have 5 legit options. I have to say that out of those tagrets, my personal favorite is Honeycutt. It shows how much he has been working in the past few months, because he would not have been honorable mention back then. He has been working hard and it has put him at the top tier. This work shows me that he is a perfect fit for the zags. With us competing against Arizona and Washington, i feel very comfortable that we are at the top of his list, and will eventually snag him before the fall.

I expect to see Burton and Stover at the top of the list as far as Centers go. Burton his my personal favorite.

I also expect to see Cunningham and maybe Bak in the top 10 at the Pwer Forward position.

I'm interested to see how this recruiting season turns out, seeing that we can not go wrong with these options.(as long as we get two bigs and maybe Honeycutt):)

BobZag
06-09-2008, 02:32 PM
Hicks may not include Bak Bak. Not sure why. Just sayin'.

We'll see.

ZagNative
06-09-2008, 02:55 PM
Hicks may not include Bak Bak. Not sure why. Just sayin'.

We'll see.I posted a request on Scout's West Coast Hoops Forum (http://mbd.scout.com/mb.aspx?S=75#s=75&f=2503), requesting an update on Bak Bak's Scout profile (http://scouthoops.scout.com/a.z?s=75&p=8&c=1&nid=3747106), which currently has very little info. Bak Bak is #51 on Scout's Power Forward rankings (http://scouthoops.scout.com/a.z?s=75&p=9&c=4&cfg=bb&pid=44&yr=2009). He's got three stars, which should mean they've at least seen him play, but maybe that ranking is a holdover from Bak Bak's days back in Florida, before he had to sit a year after his transfer to California.

MississppiZag
06-09-2008, 03:13 PM
I saw that Hollis Thompson was a 5 star. If Tyler Honeycutt is ranked higher than him on the West Coast rankings, will he be a 5 star recruit, when they update the top 100?

I have a feeling Burton and/or Hill will join him as 5 stars, if they continue to play well in AAU. Hope to see them update it soon and see Honeycutt as a five star. That would be the first 5 star recruit that we could get for the '09 season. What a great get for the Zags(possibly).:D

CDC84
06-09-2008, 03:30 PM
Solomon Hill is a top 30 player with Rivals.com

MississppiZag
06-09-2008, 04:09 PM
Evan Daniels, from Scout.com, told me that he does like Honeycutt as a top wing player for the class of '09, but he does not see him as a 5 star. He does however feel that he has a high ceiling and a ton of upside, and will be a gem for anybody's class. Hope the Zags pursue him hard. The top of his list consists of us, Arizona, and UW. I took a look at UW roster, and noticed that they had 3 or 4 forwards, that would be in front of Honeycutt. Maybe i'm reading a little too much into this, but it seems like things are falling into place for us to get him, and the hurt that Arizona's program is facing is an added advantage:D

Act fast FEW AND CO.

spudzag
06-09-2008, 04:14 PM
Also currently listing Gonzaga (or did in early on) but appearently not going anywhere:

Small Forward: #6 Aaron Dotson

Power Forward: #1 Victor Rudd (LMU maybe), Brenden Lane (PAC-10 bound)

Haven't heard or seen anything about Tyler Haws in some time assume he falls on this list too.

Very impressive that the staff now gets an audiance with all the West Coast kids and a chance to decide if it goes anywhere.

thespywhozaggedme
06-09-2008, 04:59 PM
They only have PG, SG, and SF updated. PF and C are coming soon. We have 5 players that we are after between the three currently updated positions.

Point Guard: #1-Abdul Gaddy
Shooting Guard: #3 Anthony Marshall, #5 Tyler Haws
Strong Forward: #1 Tyler Honeycutt, #4 Solomon Hill

It is nice to see that out of 3 positions, we have 5 legit options. I have to say that out of those tagrets, my personal favorite is Honeycutt. It shows how much he has been working in the past few months, because he would not have been honorable mention back then. He has been working hard and it has put him at the top tier. This work shows me that he is a perfect fit for the zags. With us competing against Arizona and Washington, i feel very comfortable that we are at the top of his list, and will eventually snag him before the fall.

I expect to see Burton and Stover at the top of the list as far as Centers go. Burton his my personal favorite.

I also expect to see Cunningham and maybe Bak in the top 10 at the Pwer Forward position.

I'm interested to see how this recruiting season turns out, seeing that we can not go wrong with these options.(as long as we get two bigs and maybe Honeycutt):)

Uh, sippi, sf means small forward.

MississppiZag
06-09-2008, 05:05 PM
Well we need a strong forward

NEZAGFAN
06-09-2008, 05:28 PM
Well we need a strong forward

Haha agreed MSZag.

cjm720
06-10-2008, 07:41 AM
Thx MississippiZag. Co you have a link to the Scouts west coast rankings article or listing?

spudzag
06-10-2008, 08:13 AM
cjm

Power Forward Rankings:
http://gonzaga.scout.com/a.z?s=130&p=2&c=760913

Shooting Guards:
http://gonzaga.scout.com/a.z?s=130&p=2&c=760913

Point Guards:
http://scouthoops.scout.com/2/759995.html

Wings/Small Forwards: (Miss' trong forwards)
http://scouthoops.scout.com/2/760882.html

Haven't seen center's yet. Maybe today.

cjm720
06-10-2008, 08:38 AM
Thanks spud. I saw those but was thinking there was a master list!