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Final 2017 rankings out from all four major services


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Basketball recruiting talk continues this afternoon with a look at the final rankings for all seven of the future Wildcats, in addition to the three potential Wildcats still in play.

A little while ago we shared Top247’s final rankings that were released earlier today; now look at the final numbers from the Big Four services: ESPN, 247, Rivals and Scout.

Here’s how the Cats finished among their peers:

 

The Early Enrollee

Hamidou Diallo, Guard

ESPN: —
Top247: 10
Rivals: —
Scout: 10

The Signees

Quade Green, Guard

ESPN: 23
Top247: 30
Rivals: 21
Scout: 22

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, Guard

ESPN: 33
Top247: 19
Rivals: 31
Scout: 39

Nick Richards, Center

ESPN: 16
Top247: 14
Rivals: 16
Scout: 16

Jarred Vanderbilt, Forward

ESPN: 18
Top247: 8
Rivals: 13
Scout: 11

P.J. Washington, Forward

ESPN: 11
Top247: 18
Rivals: 14
Scout: 14

The Hard Commit

Jemarl Baker, Guard

ESPN: 63
Top247: 83
Rivals: 78
Scout: 85

Still On The Board

Mohamed Bamba, Center

ESPN: 3
Top247: 2
Rivals: 2
Scout: 2

Kevin Knox, Forward

ESPN: 9
Top247: 17
Rivals: 9
Scout: 9

Mark Smith, Guard

ESPN: —
Top247: 137
Rivals: 52
Scout: 76

Class Ranking

Kentucky

ESPN: 1
Top247: 1
Rivals: 1
Scout: 1

The unanimous No. 1 class once again. Go Cats.

Article written by Drew Franklin

I can recite every line from Forrest Gump, blindfolded. Follow me on Twitter: @DrewFranklinKSR

2 responses to “Final 2017 rankings out from all four major services”

  1. WatchutalkinboutWillis

    If Bamba and Knox come and Bam returns (it is technically possible) I will literally poop on myself. I might anyway.

  2. tylerwoods22

    How is Shai Gilgeous-Alexander ranked higher than quade green a McDonald’s All American on 247