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Mitch McGary, 6-10, PF (Chesterton, Ind.)
Telep: "He may be college basketball's next Tyler Hansbrough; he's that intense an individual and a more diverse offensive player. McGary isn't doing much talking to colleges this summer, but schools are nonverbally communicating with him. Head coaches from Purdue, UConn, Florida, Duke, Kansas, Kentucky, North Carolina and Texas are omnipresent at his games."
Brennan: First of all, I love the idea of nonverbal recruiting communication. Does the NCAA have rules on telepathy? (I've always said Dr. Charles Xavier would make a great hoops coach. OK, I've never said that. But it's definitely true.) Second of all, if there's one clear underdog on that list, it's Purdue. For all the progress the program has made under Matt Painter, it's never been a recruiting power, while the rest of those teams are annual 800-pound recruiting gorillas who seem to pick and choose from the best talent in the country each and every year. This would be a coup for the Boilermakers. If it doesn't work out for Purdue, in 2012 Painter will be contending with the delayed loss of Robbie Hummel and staring at a lineup with a handful of solid post pieces but no true star to carry the program after the departures of Hummel, E'Twaun Moore and JaJuan Johnson.
Travel Team: SYF Players...West Virginia, Pitt, Villanova, Duke, Wisconsin, Arizona and Miami are also on his list...