Doing the 2010 rankings and have both updated their 2010 rankings for men’s basketball.

You can find the Rivals list here, and the Scout list here.

For now, we’ll go through the list and show you where the top Indiana targets landed.

KYRIE IRVING (PG, St. Patrick’s (Elizabeth, N.J.)) — No. 14 on Rivals, No. 7 on Scout.

STACEY POOLE (SF, Jacksonville (Fla.) Andrew Jackson) — No. 21 on Rivals, No. 50 on Scout.

DOMINIQUE FERGUSON (SF, Lawrence North) — No. 23 on Rivals, No. 16 on Scout.

JUSTIN COLEMAN (SF, Richmond (Va.) Henrico) — No. 42 on Rivals, No. 20 on Scout.


  1. Not to “one-up” Mr. Kellenberger, but Michael Cobbins was listed 37 on Rivals and 56 on Scout. Just for those fans who are interested in post players, too.

  2. Geeze comon hugh, im disappointed and i wish i wouldhave finished journalism school at iu …….. I think i could surpass hughs coverage!

  3. I miss the days when all IU players were from Indiana, Ohio or Illinois. I don’t know why for sure, I just don’t feel a connection with kids from NJ, Fla or Va.

  4. I am just glad to see IU on the list for so many talented players with everything the program has gone through.

  5. Prophet, I know what you are saying but it would not bother me if they were from timbuktu as long as we win again and do it honestly!

  6. Irving, Poole, and Williams would be a very good ’10 recruiting class…

  7. it would be cool to have home-grown ball players, but thats just not how the game is anymore. kids dont have much loyalty to a town or school, its more loyalty to a coach who recruits them and the coaches that tell them they are NBA material. Thats good if your school is Texas or Florida and bad if you grow lots of real basketball talent, like Indiana.

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