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    Re: Scout.com 2012 top 100

    Wow. J.P tokoto has been falling faster than anyone I can remember. He used to be top 10. Then commited to UNC and started dropping fast.


    Nobody but HB knows for sure. You pretty much know nothing....like Knownothing would like to say.
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    Re: Scout.com 2012 top 100

    He has had similar problems to Negus Webster Chan. They both have great size and frames, terrific handle, and tons of athleticism. The problem is both have looked horrible this summer. Neither appears to be able to shoot to save their life.



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    Re: Scout.com 2012 top 100

    Quote Originally Posted by brett108 View Post
    He has had similar problems to Negus Webster Chan. They both have great size and frames, terrific handle, and tons of athleticism. The problem is both have looked horrible this summer. Neither appears to be able to shoot to save their life.
    Negus WC broke his foot and didn't play in front of anyone during the July evaluation period, so I don't know where you got the looked horrible part. He was named the MVP in the All-Canadian Classic in June with 25 points. This game is an all-star event that included all of the top Canadian kids in the 2012 and 2013 class, including Anthony Bennett, Sim Bullar, Tyler Ennis, etc.

    His shooting is inconsistent, but coaches like him for his potential, very versatile player



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    Re: Scout.com 2012 top 100

    NWC was offered by Rick Pitino. That's all the evaluation I need on him to know he is a good player.



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    Re: Scout.com 2012 top 100

    Iowans in the rankings:

    Paige #30
    Woodbury #48
    Gessell #90



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    Re: Scout.com 2012 top 100

    I like the trend. It seems Georges is headed towards the top 50 before its all said and done.



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    Re: Scout.com 2012 top 100

    Quote Originally Posted by Goldfinger View Post
    Negus WC broke his foot and didn't play in front of anyone during the July evaluation period, so I don't know where you got the looked horrible part. He was named the MVP in the All-Canadian Classic in June with 25 points. This game is an all-star event that included all of the top Canadian kids in the 2012 and 2013 class, including Anthony Bennett, Sim Bullar, Tyler Ennis, etc.

    His shooting is inconsistent, but coaches like him for his potential, very versatile player
    Sorry, I should have clarified. Tokoto took a big step back this summer. Chan did so the first part of his junior year, where he did not appear dominant at all.

    That being said, I would take him over anyone left on our board. He has guard like handle, is 6-7, and can kiss the rim. Anyone would take that.



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