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  1. Anonymous
    January 27, 2011 @ 5:14 pm

    wow you still dont have diondre white from lincoln high hes a top 5 player in nebraska and is receiving d1 interest his stock is rising

    • Will Cummings
      January 27, 2011 @ 6:32 pm


      White is a good ball player but there are a lot of good players out there. Like I said “a lot of the ‘Players to Watch’and even some of the ‘Mentioned’ could be in the Top 25.”
      He is only a junior and still has half a season to play this year. Let’s see how he finishes. Of course the day he gets an offfer–everything changes.

  2. Anonymous
    February 2, 2011 @ 7:33 pm

    How is Kyler Erickson of Millard South not in top 10? In fact how did he go from 11 to 12? He’s the Top scorer in Class A, top 10 in almost every stat including assists and steals too. Is it because he’s short? I’ve seen almost every top guard play this year a few times and Erickson is the most impressive I’ve seen. Certainly the best inside/outside game and makes very few mistakes, best finisher in the state I think. Have you seen him play much? He’s been all tourney both tourneys so far and won vs Central and Bryan as top scorer. Just curious to your thoughts?

    • Will Cummings
      February 2, 2011 @ 8:13 pm

      Anonymous: Nice Post! The MHN prospect polls attempt to reflect the top college prospects not the best high school players. It’s a fluid process that no system can gauge with 100% accuracy. That’s why there are multiple polls throughout the season. A prospect’s movement up or down in a poll is all relative to what other players are doing and the college interest generated. In basketball, The End-of-Season poll is more indicative of where each prospect stands relative to one another. Maybe Erickson will end up in the Top Ten.

      The best way to do that is to receive an offer. College offers trump everything!