ESPN Has updated their basketball recruiting rankings for the first time since last August. Gerard Coleman was mentioned in the article as a big riser in the new rankings, while Joseph Young makes the Top-100 as a new addition.
Other significant upward moves were made by Tony Mitchell (Dallas/Pinkston), Josh Hairston (Spotsylvania, Va./Montrose Christian) Terrence Ross (Portland/Montrose Christian) and Gerard Coleman (West Roxbury, Mass/The Tilton School). Conversely, Ralston Turner dropped 25 slots to No. 65 and Jelan Kendrick fell 19 spots, checking in at No. 43.
Also joining the rankings are: No. 77 Allen Crabbe of Price (Los Angeles); No. 85 Stargell Love of Quality Education (Winston-Salem, N.C.); No. 86 Maurice Jones of Arthur Hill (Saginaw, Mich.); No. 90 Geron Johnson of Dunbar (Dayton, Ohio); No. 91 Cameron Wright of Benedictine (Cleveland); and No. 99 Joe Young of Yates (Houston).
In the last ranking, Coleman was ranked #72 by ESPNU.
Two top hundies!!