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“Unlike a lot of players, I like to play defense. I think I can contribute immediately and hopefully get Charlotte back in the NCAA Tournament.”
Hate to be the negative Nancy, but you kinda have to be to be a Niner's fan these days. I'm always nervous when the "stock continues to rise" thing is thrown out. All it seems to take is a BCS call and we're SOL.
“I remember on Sunday looking up to all the (NCAA) banners while I was in Halton Arena,” Guyn said. “I just said to myself, ‘I’d like to help add a few more.’ ”
He's rated an 89 on scout.
Guyn, a 6-foot-3, 165-pound guard who plays at Scott County in Georgetown, Ky., is ranked the 143rd best player in the Class of 2010 by recruiting Web site Rivals.com
From Utter's blog:
Sherrill is rated an 89 as well on Scout.
Sherrill isn't in the Scout top 100. Not sure what you guys are talking by having an 89 ranking...do you mean espn?
ESPN uses Scouts Inc information for all their recruiting (football and basketball). This isn't the same as the scout network though (charlotte.scout.com).
And ESPN is providing a grade, not a rank, in these cases. It gives a range of what they think the player can acheive based on the grade. Gives a little more flexibility than a firm ranking but I don't know how reliable they are.
braswell was initally ranked a 95 and eventually dropped to a 90.
Jesus. This is like explaining the simple D1-to-D1 transfer rule all over again. There is a difference between a ranking and a rating. An 89 or 90 rating is out of 100. Many different players could be rated the same number. A ranking goes to one player and one player alone. There is only one 143rd ranked player. People see his 90 rating think he's the 90th ranked player in his class. Not true. Nowhere is he ranked in the top 100. I'm sure I'll have to repost this same post a dozen more times throughout this thread. :lol: :tongue:
Rankings mean nothing (i.e DiJuan).
More Guyn on youtube: Highlights: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZPTZRTjNiLw One on One from June 11th, 2009: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_1-gciqMBEA&feature=related
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