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Top performances from ranked prospects

12/5/2012

Here is a look at the top performances from the past week (Nov. 28-Dec. 4) from some of the top players in the country, ranked in our ESPN 100, 60 or 25.

Class of 2013: ESPN 100

No. 1 Andrew Wiggins, SF

The top-ranked senior put on a show Friday night at the Marshall County Hoopfest, finishing with 29 points, 17 rebounds, five assists and five steals in Huntington Prep’s 76-59 win over Memphis (Tenn.) East. He added a 25-point effort on Saturday in a 74-40 rout of Briarcrest Christian (Tenn.).

No. 2 Jabari Parker, SF

Parker, who has been battling a foot injury since July, suited up for Simeon’s season opener and finished with six points and four rebounds in a 56-35 win over Milton (Ga.) on Saturday at the Chicago Elite Classic.

No. 3 Andrew Harrison, PG

Harrison chipped in 19 points on Friday night – including 11-of-14 from the free throw line – as Travis hung on for a 78-76 win over Ballard (Louisville, Ky.) on Friday night at the Marshall County Hoopfest. The Kentucky signee scored 25 points and added 12 rebounds and five assists in a 64-57 win over Madison Central (Ky.) on Saturday. He was named MVP of the event.

No. 5 Aaron Harrison, SG

The other Harrison led the way on Friday night with 28 points in a 78-76 win over Ballard (Louisville, Ky.) at the Marshall County Hoopfest. He was held to three points and four rebounds while battling foul trouble all night in Travis’ 64-57 win over Madison Central on Saturday.

No. 8 Noah Vonleh, PF

New Hampton fell to St. Thomas More 83-80 on Wednesday despite nine points and 15 rebounds from Vonleh. He led the Huskies with 17 points and 16 boards on Friday night in a 66-62 overtime win against Kimball Union (N.H.). He went for 17 and 16 again on Sunday in a 60-58 win over Vermont Academy.

No. 9 Kasey Hill, PG

Hill chipped in 21 points for Montverde (Fla.) Academy in Tuesday’s 88-69 win over Dr. Phillips.

No. 12 Dakari Johnson, C

Johnson, who recently reclassified to the 2013 class, scored 24 points in Montverde (Fla.) Academy’s 88-69 win over Dr. Phillips on Tuesday.

No. 13 Austin Nichols, PF

Nichols chipped in 17 points in Briarcrest’s 74-40 loss to Huntington Prep (W.Va.) on Saturday at the Marshall County Hoopfest.

No. 16 Wayne Selden, SF

Selden’s triple-double (19 points, 18 rebounds and 10 assists) led Tilton to a 125-79 rout of Notre Dame Prep (Mass.) on Friday night. The Kansas signee poured in 28 on Sunday in an 89-73 takedown of Bridgton (Maine) Academy.

No. 21 Demetrius Jackson, PG

The Notre Dame-bound senior finished with 31 points but Marian (Mishawaka, Ind.) dropped its season opener 69-68 to New Prairie on Friday night. He poured in 39 on Saturday night in a 79-74 win over Bishop Luers.

No. 25 Isaac Hamilton, SG

Hamilton scored 26 points leading St. John Bosco past Hamilton 83-55 on Tuesday.

No. 30 Marcus Lee, PF

Lee, a member of Kentucky’s top-ranked class, went for 22 points, 25 rebounds and eight assists in Deer Valley’s 97-97 double overtime win over Sacramento on Saturday night.

No. 31 Nick King, SF

The Memphis signee scored 18 points in Memphis East’s 76-59 loss to Huntington Prep (W.Va.) on Friday at the Marshall County Hoopfest.

No. 33 Troy Williams, SF

Williams scored a team-high 16 points in Oak Hill’s 72-39 demolition of Chicago Curie on Friday night at the Marshall County Hoopfest. The Indiana recruit added nine points, nine rebounds and five assists on Saturday in an 83-73 win over Memphis (Tenn.) Southwind.

No. 34 Matt Thomas, SG

Thomas finished with 37 points, eight rebounds and two assists as Onalaska hammered Eau Claire Memorial 77-33 on Thursday night. The Iowa State commit went for 32 points and 15 boards Tuesday night in a 63-48 win over Holmen.

No. 38 Robert Hubbs, SG

Hubbs chipped in 17 points and grabbed 13 rebounds as Dyer County knocked off North Side 66-57 on Friday night. The Tennessee signee became the Choctaw’s all-time leading scorer on Monday in a 67-61 win over Henry County. He finished with 28 points and 10 rebounds

No. 39 Conner Frankamp, PG

The Kansas signee kicked off his senior season by outscoring the entire Northwest team with 46 points in Friday’s 76-43 win.

No. 42 Deonte Burton, SF

The future Marquette Golden Eagle chipped in 15 points in Milwaukee Vincent’s 67-49 win over Homestead on Saturday night.

No. 43 Brannen Greene, SG

The Kansas signee poured in 30 points for Tift County in an 89-67 rout of Westover on Saturday night.

No. 46 Sindarius Thornwell, SG

The senior guard scored 31 points in Oak Hill’s 89-73 win over Southwind (Memphis, Tenn.) on Saturday at the Marshall County Hoopfest.

No. 57 Duane Wilson, PG

Wilson led the way with 42 points – including six 3-pointers – as Dominican knocked off Milwaukee Washington 81-71 on Saturday.

No. 58 Stanford Robinson, SG

The Indiana recruit scored 15 points and five steals in Findlay Prep’s 72-39 demolition of Walnut Grove (Canada) on Saturday. He added 19 points in a 108-40 rout of White Rock Christian Academy (Canada) on Sunday.

No. 59 Kendrick Nunn, SG

The Illinois-bound guard scored 11 points and added six rebounds for Simeon on Saturday in a 56-35 win over Milton (Ga.).

No. 60 Marc Loving, SF

Loving contributed 20 point for St. John’s in a 55-41 win over Shaker Heights on Saturday night.

No. 61 Nick Emery, PG

The BYU signee led Lone Peak to an opening night win with 25 points in 79-59 decision over Brighton on Wednesday. Emery scored 19 on Saturday in an 84-46 rout of Proviso East (Ill.) at the Chicago Elite Classic.

No. 69 Kyle Washington, PF

The N.C. State-bound big man led Brewster Academy (Wolfeboro, N.H.) with 17 points and 11 rebounds on Thursday in a 75-43 rout of Holderness. Washington went for 11 points in an 84-82 win over Worcester Academy on Sunday.

No. 76 Eric Mika, C

Mika, making his Lone Peak debut, scored 22 points in the Knights’ 79-59 season-opening win over Brighton on Wednesday night. He went for 18 points and 15 rebounds on Saturday in an 84-46 rout of Proviso East (Ill.) at the Chicago Elite Classic.

No. 82 Monte Morris, PG

The Iowa State recruit led all scorers with 22 points as Beecher opened its season with a 71-51 win over Flint (Mich.) Northern on Tuesday.

No. 93 Rashawn Powell, PG

Powell exploded for 41 points – including seven 3-pointers – but it wasn’t enough in Dr. Phillips’ 88-69 loss to Montverde on Tuesday night.

No. 94 Bronson Koenig, PG

The Wisconsin signee led La Crosse (Wisc.) Aquinas with 15 points in a 65-59 win over Eau Claire Regis on Saturday.

No. 99 Mark Donnal, PF

Donnal scored all of his game-high 21 points in the second half as Anthony Wayne routed Start 61-29 in Saturday’s season-opener.

Class of 2014: ESPN 60