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Dasher 01-15-2009 02:33 PM

Prep Prospect Youtube Mix Thread
This thread can be used to showcase the athleticism and playmaking ability of the college stars of tomorrow.

Dasher's 1st Contribution:


Eric Bledsoe
Point guard
Birmingham (AL) Parker
AAU: Birmingham Ice

Ht: 6-foot-0
Wt: 160 lbs
Class: 2009 (High School)

List:Alabama, UAB, Florida, Baylor, Memphis, S.Florida, Washington State

Dasher 01-15-2009 04:55 PM

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Shooting guard
Brooklyn (NY) Lincoln
Ht: 6-foot-5
Wt: 195 lbs
Class: 2009 (High School)

List: Memphis, UNC, Indiana, Kansas, Seton Hall, St. Johns, USC, UCLA, Pitt

Posterize246 01-21-2009 08:02 PM

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Dominic Cheek, St Anthony's (New Jersey)
6'5" 180
Committed: Villanova
Ranking: 16
Posterize's input: One of my favorites from the class, caught my attention as a junior. In an ESPN game to showcase Tyreke Evans/Mike Rosario, took over the game scoring 20 first half points. Is similar to Kerry Kittles, another Nova alum.

Mr_Basketball#1 01-21-2009 09:15 PM

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I really hate Lance Stephenson!

bonez26 01-21-2009 09:58 PM

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Originally Posted by Mr_Basketball#1
I really hate Lance Stephenson!

Yeah but he looks like a very good prospect along with Cheeks. Cheeks reminds me of RIP with better range.

Posterize246 01-23-2009 11:05 PM

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Renardo Sidney
6'9" 260
Fairfax HS (California)
Ranked: 10th
Posterize's input: Suffers from Eddy Curry-itis. Needs to lose a good 35 lbs. Can sometimes forget he has a huge size advantage, and instead dribbles down the court on a fast break and pulls up for a 3. Does have a good touch for a big man. Also good dribble/passing skills. Seems like one of those guys who used to be a guard, but then received a late growth spurt. Seems like he might have gained 10-15 lbs since his listing.
Posterize's comparison: Kevin Love/Glen Davis/High School Shaq all in one
Considering: USC, Virginia, Arizona State
Something to think about: He may not be done growing. Still has a baby face. Doesn't look like he could grow facial hair if he wanted.

Posterize246 02-21-2009 02:18 PM

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^^Committing tomorrow. Likely to USC.

UConnCeltics 02-21-2009 04:53 PM

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Here is the Tilton duo coming to UConn:
Alex Oriakhi

Oriakhi is the 19th overall prospect in the ESPNU 100, and is the #5 center.
Oriakhi is also a McDonald's All-American and looks as if he will develop into a better Jeff Adrien.

Jamaal Coombs-McDaniels

Coombs is the 32nd overall prospect in the ESPNU 100, and the 4th SF. This kid is going to be very special. He will go down as one of UConn's best wings with the likes of Ray Allen, Rip Hamilton, Caron Butler, Rudy Gay, etc. He has enough talent to be in the McDonald's game, but is rated low by some recruiting websites. He could easily put up 20ppg once Dyson, Walker, etc. are gone.

Posterize246 04-10-2009 09:34 PM

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John Jenkins
Committed to Vanderbilt
Averaged 43 points per game this season
#37 player in class
According to, Jenkins has the best range and is the best offensive player from his position in the class.

Posterize246 04-18-2009 11:20 PM

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^^^John Jenkins has shot up 22 spots in the new rival rankings to #15 overall:applause:

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Doing review of books describing the Hollywood era of "big studios» (Janine Basinger: Star Machine; Mark Norman: What Happens Next: A History of American Screenwriting - Janine Basinger "machine for the production of" stars, Mark Norman, " ; What next? act of American Writers "), film critic for the magazine Atlantic» (The Atlantic) Schwartz, Benjamin (Benjamin Schwarz) wrote many films three decades - since the late 1920's at the end of the 50-ies - were ( along with jazz), then the best cultural products of America. all the same movies that have become "the Hollywood classic" and acquire knowledge lko its share of recognition, but its share of vilification: Products Industry, headed by five large companies were the subject of heated and angry debate: on the relationship between art and commerce between tradition and innovation, between the achievements of individual and collective, between the administrative pressure and creative freedom. on both new books is quite material to the indictment: the big studios were diabolical machines dushivshimi creative people and talent. Therefore, the essence (and rather unexpected) sense of new books is that many in Hollywood "Golden Age" were never left unhappy. in the first place - the stars. In the heyday of the "classic Hollywood" every room let out a movie each week! on the state of studios have been dozens of "readers" (ie, people reading a new book without a break and periodicals in search of stories that are suitable for film adaptation), where there were staff writers, cameramen, photographers, experts in the film, designers, editors, directors and actors - that is, an army of highly paid, highly skilled, talented professionals who have worked with incredible tension, and always - fast. Above them reigned the executive producer in charge of hiring actors and directors and for the editing of the film. they all affect to the result, but the main driving force behind the industry were the actors star: viewers have dreamed about them, were equal to them and copy them. studio could not leave unattended for the development of such important industries as being "stars." Therefore, they skillfully and methodically made as an expensive product. They were subjected to dental and plastic surgery. They are prescribed diet, the order of the day, sport. pending on how to process each image and the spectrum of roles, they were forced to amuse small roles in films of different genres in order to test the response of the audience and teach the actor for camera set up. Clark Gable, the first three years, has played such tiny role in the 1917 films, and got about as much as Cary Grant. then those cash investments studio could not afford to lose my work, so with the "stars" was to the infamous "optatsionny contract, for which the actor must He had to work for this studio is not less than seven years - as the biblical Jacob for Laban. In this room itself had no response obligations. if the actor refused the proposed role of the studio, during his prolonged rents. This client continued until 1945, when a lawsuit actress Olivia De Haviland for her studio was imposed penalties for violating the old law forbidding the "bondage" in America. besides a professional level of Hollywood, only to enslave than the actors - the writers. moviemaker Jack Warner gave a Hollywood screenwriter name nhotya Disch - "Schmuck with Underwood ", meaning" simpleton with Underwood. "Only about young careerists aktrves said:" It gratuitously inexperienced as sleep even with the writer. "The history of this profession and sees Mark Norman in his book" What's next? act of American writers. " on the Rights of the expected, Norman examines the fate of talented writers whose gift to Hollywood sadistically trying to squeeze in a bait populist framework. Because of this irreconcilability literature from the most successful Hollywood screenwriter were not writers, and journalists - such as Robert Benchley or Ben Hecht, who wrote the scripts for dozens of movies (from "A Farewell to Arms" to "persons with a scar). The journalists had less ambition than about writers, and they saw how much their business - more craft than art. They could work in the shortest possible time and, more importantly, they understood the Hollywood movie business. only this, of course, was a business. on the book by Norman are cases in which the writers kogdhotya simultaneously provide good luck movie. For example, a New York-based writer Howard Koch, who was invited edit the script for the film "Casablanca", persuaded the producers to enter into the film aspect of civic opposition to fascism. Similarly, this turn, diluting the sweet romanticism of the original script, has made "Casablanca" for what it was. In general, however, think Niya and Norman, and the reviewer Shvortsa, fine films with a claim for the importance and seriousness, movies with civil overtones "worse only managed to Hollywood screenwriters. Their specialization for the expression Shvortsa -" elegant entertainment. " just curious, how many in both the list of new books to Hollywood completes a series of unhappy themselves movie tycoon - studio owners. Even this stubborn with them - the owner of the studio Columbia »(Columbia Pictures) Harry Cohn (Harry Cohn) - wrote in his memoirs: Every Friday, doors open , and I shoot forth to Gower Street new film. to sell at a vesnastoyaschemu good picture a year, I have to appease distributors dozen blondes, a dozen low-budget westerns and all the other garbage that I make. So every day I run the pipeline again. It is interesting that as the objection was that as in private "Golden Age" Hollywood produced many musorhotya make miserable your employees? turns out - as a spectator ... Janine Basinger " machine for the manufacture of the stars " Mark Norman" What's next? acts of American Writers »Similar records:

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