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Tuesday, July 8
 
Third top 100 prospect selects Indiana

By Bill Hodge
CollegeSports.com

Top 100 forward D.J. White, a Class 2004 prospect from Tuscaloosa-Hillcrest, Ala., has committed to the Indiana Hoosiers and coach Mike Davis over Florida, North Carolina, Mississippi State and Alabama. Considered one of the top ten players in the nation, White averaged 21 points and 10 rebounds as a junior.

Headed for a Top Five recruiting class, the Hoosiers recently gained two Top 100 forward/guard prospects in Robert Vaden of Indianapolis-Pike, Ind., who decommitted from Purdue; and James Hardy of Fort Wayne-Elmhurst, Ind.

Temple added Class 2003 guard/forward Tyreek Byard of Philadelphia-Franklin Learning Center, Pa.

Forty-three prospects on the early Class 2004 Top 100 have already made commitments.

Florida State leads the 2003 Top Classes (Updated 7/1/03).

Class 2004:
Search the early list of Prospects/Commitments.
Early list of Top 100 Prospects/Commitments/Remaining Top 100 Prospects.
Early Top 100 Prospects by Position: Centers/Forwards/Guards.
More players projected to make an impact: Super Prospects.

Class 2003:
Over 1100 Class 2003 prospects have made commitments or signed scholarship papers. Signings and commitments by conferences.

Florida State leads the 2003 Top Classes (Updated 7/1/03).

Remaining committed/unsigned Top 100 Prospects (3): C-Jackie Butler (Miss State, not qualified); F-Marquis Kately (Cal, not qualified); F-Charlie Villanueva (UConn/withdrew NBA Draft).

*Search the list of Prospects/Commitments.
*Post-Summer list of Top 100 Prospects/Commitments/Remaining Top 100 Prospects.
*Top 100 Prospects by Position: Centers/Forwards/Guards.
*More players projected to make an impact: Super Prospects.
*Check out the Top Classes.
*Check out the Top 100 JC Prospects.
*Top 100 JC Prospects by Position: Centers/Forwards/Guards.
*Basketball Signing Periods: Early: Nov. 13-20; Regular: Apr. 16-May 15.

2003 NBA Draft:
The most heralded high school player in years, high school forward LeBron James was chosen No. 1 in the NBA draft by Cleveland.

High School/Prep School entries (6)/JC entries (4):
Remained in Draft:
*Top 100 forward LeBron James of Akron/St. Vincent-St. Mary, Ohio (has agent, uncommitted/top pick in first round to Cleveland).
*Top 100 forward Travis Outlaw of Starkville, Miss (signed with Mississippi State/23rd pick in first round to Portland).
*Top 100 forward Ndudi Ebi of Houston-Westbury Christian, Tex (signed with Arizona/26th pick in first round to Minnesota).
*Top 100 center Kendrick Perkins of Beaumont-Ozen, Tex (signed with Memphis/27th pick in first round by Memphis, traded to Boston).
*Top 100 center James Lang of Birmingham-Central Park Christian, Ala (has agent, decommitted from Louisville/19th pick in second round by New Orleans without guaranteed contract).
*JC guard Lamar Castile of Beaver County CC, Pa. (not picked)
*JC forward Zac Fray of Santa Ana CC, Cal. (not picked)
*JC forward Richard Jeter of Atlanta Metroplitan CC, Ga.(not picked)


Withdrew from Draft:
*Top 100 forward Charlie Villanueva of Blairstown-Blair Academy, NJ (committed to Conn/probable second round, withdrew from draft).
*JC center/forward Sani Ibrahim of Southern Idaho CC, Idaho. (unlikely pick/withdrew from draft)

2002 NBA Draft:
The NBA selected only one high school and a single junior college prospect: Center/forward Amare Stoudemire of Orlando-Cypress Creek, Fla., was taken 9th in the first round by Phoenix, while Portland took forward Qyntel Woods of Northeast Mississippi CC, Miss., at No. 21 in the first round. The NBA passed on three other high school/prep school prospects and seven JC players (List).

2003 McDonald's All-American Game
LeBron James scored 27 points in leading the East over the West, 122-107, in the 26th annual McDonald's All-American high school basketball game in Cleveland, Ohio. McDonald's All-American Game stories/Rosters for 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000.

2003 Parade All-America Boys Basketball Team
LeBron James heads roster.

Basketball Commitments/Signings:
OCSN: Main Recruiting Page.
Class 2004 Men: Database/Top 100.
Class 2003 Men: Database/Top 100/Top Classes.
Class 2002 Men: Database/Top 100/Top Classes/Women: Database.
Class 2001 Men: Database/Top 100/Top Classes/Women: Database.
Class 2000 Men: Database/Top 100/Top Classes/Women: Database.
Class 1999 Men: Database/Women: Database.
Class 1998 Men: Database/ Top Classes/Women: Database.
*McDonald's All-American Game stories/Rosters for 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000
*USA Men's Junior National Team.

Bill Hodge is the executive editor and director of recruiting coverage at CollegeSports.com. For daily columns on prospects, commitments and signings, plus databases, go to CollegeSports.com's Recruiting Page.




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