Scouting the Class of 2015
The top players, notable risers and new faces in the expanded 2015 ESPN 60
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RecruitingNation: ESPN 60 player rankingsPaul Biancardi breaks down the new 2015 basketball recruit rankings with Phil Murphy, including significant movers, the highest ranked newcomers and who landed the No. 1 spot in the class.Tags: ESPN 60, Paul Biancardi, Ivan Rabb, Ben Simmons, Malik Newman, Cheick Diallo, Skal Labissiere, Stephen Zimmerman, Diamond Stone, Elijah Thomas, Tyler Dorsey, Charles MatthewsRecruitingNation, high school basketball recruiting
As the Class of 2015 player rankings expand from the ESPN 25 to the ESPN 60, it gives us a great chance to see how the class is shaping up.
The 2015 group shows versatility and size at the top and the emergence of some excellent shooters. As a whole, it's already an exciting bunch of gifted prospects with plenty of talent, but there's also plenty of time for this class to continue to grow and shape itself. Whether established stars or new faces to the rankings, these prospects still need to spend an extensive amount of time working on their skills and their bodies and learning how to think and play the game at the same time.
With that in mind, here's a scouting overview of the new ESPN 60, complete with strength at the top, notable risers, some new faces and superlatives in the Class of 2015.
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