College Basketball: Top 10 Remaining Uncommitted Prospects from 2011

Paul SeaverCorrespondent IOctober 29, 2010

Ben McLemore/
Ben McLemore/

With the news that Adonis Thomas has verbally committed to Memphis, all of the top 10 prospects from the class of 2011 have found a home for next season.

However, there are still plenty of recruits who have yet to make their decision, some of which remain high on the radar of some of the nation's top programs.

Here is a look at the top 10 remaining uncommitted prospects as of Oct. 29, 2010:


Ben McLemore (Oak Hill Academy, VA)

McLemore is an athletic wing.

At 6'5", he is considered as the 17th-best prospect in the class of 2011. McLemore is considering Kansas, Missouri, Georgia Tech, Ohio State and Tennessee.


Cody Zeller (Washington H.S., IN)

Zeller is the younger brother of the two previous Zeller's in college basketball.

The oldest brother was part of a Notre Dame squad a few years ago, while Tyler Zeller currently plays at North Carolina. Zeller is considering North Carolina, Butler and Indiana.


Trevor Lacey (S.R. Butler, AL)

Lacey is a 6'3" shooting guard out of Alabama who has a tremendous upside. Lacey is considering Alabama, Auburn, UConn, Kentucky and Kansas.


Quinn Cook (Oak Hill Academy, VA)

The teammate of McLemore at Oak Hill, Cook is the top remaining point guard on the board. Cook has received plenty of interest from Duke, UCLA and Villanova.


Ryan Boatright (Aurora East, IL)

Boatright committed to West Virginia just under two weeks ago.

However, he decommitted about 24 hours after that. The talented point guard is down to UConn, UNLV, Miami (FL) and Oklahoma.


Dai-Jon Parker (Milton H.S., GA)

Parker is labeled as the 35th-best prospect in the class

At 6'2", he can heat up from beyond the arc at any time. Parker is considering Georgia, Rhode Island, Oregon State, Oklahoma State and Vanderbilt.


Adjehi Baru (The Steward School, VA)

The 6'9" center remains the highest rated at his position on the board. Baru is considering Maryland, North Carolina, Virginia Tech and Charleston.


Amir Williams (Detroit Country Day School, MI)

This 6'10" big man is long and athletic and can run the floor very well for a player his size. Williams is rated as the 54th-best prospect in the class, and is considering attention from Michigan, DePaul, Ohio State, Florida and Purdue.


Angelo Chol (Herbert Hoover H.S., CA)

The 6'8" power forward out of California is an intriguing left-handed prospect. Chol is down to Washington, Arizona, North Carolina, Alabama and Kansas.

Tyler Harris (St. Benedict's Prep, NJ)

Harris, the younger brother of current Tennessee freshman and one of the top recruits from the class of 2010, Tobias Harris, is a left-handed wing man who can score in a variety of ways. Harris is considering Iowa, Providence, St. John's and North Carolina State.


Honorable Mention

Desmond Hubert (NJ), E. Victor Nickerson (GA, expected to announce Saturday, 10/30), Norvel Pelle (CA), Antwan Space (TX), Amir Garrett (NV), Tyler Adams (MS, decommitted from Duke), Bobby Parks (TN).


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