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Monday, January 15
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Top 20 prep point guards

The players who will make up the freshman class of 2001-2002 are either headed to college or the NBA. Here are the top 20 point guards.

Rankings through May 15:

Player Height Hometown (H.S.) College
1. Dajuan Wagner 6-2 Camden, N.J. (Camden HS) Memphis
2. Jonathan Hargett 5-11 Fort Washington, Md. (National Christian HS) West Virginia
3. Terrance Ford 5-10 Sugarland Tex. (Willowridge) Texas
4. Aaron Miles 6-1 Portland, Ore. (Jefferson HS) Kansas
5. Carlos Hurt 6-0 Lousiville, Ky. (Moore HS) Louisville
6. Maurice Williams 6-1 Jackson, Miss. (Murrah HS) Alabama
7. Will Bynum 5-11 Chicago, Ill. (Crane Tech HS) Arizona
8. Cedric Bozeman 6-4 Santa Ana, Calif. (Mater Dei HS) UCLA
9. Charles Frederick 6-0 Boca Raton, Fla. (Pope John Paul II HS) Washington (football)
10. Brandon Fuss-Cheatham 6-1 Beaver Falls, Pa. (Blackhawk HS) Ohio State
11. Travis Diener 6-0 Fon du Lac, Wis. (Goodrich HS) Marquette
12. Billy Edelin 6-2 Mouth of Wilson, Va. (Oak Hill Academy) Syracuse
13. Melvin Scott 6-1 Baltimore, Md. (Southern HS) North Carolina
14. Chris Thomas 6-1 Indianpolis, Ind. (Pike HS) Notre Dame
15. Carl Krauser 6-1 Fitchburg, Mass. (Notre Dame Prep) Pittsburgh
16. Keith Jennifer 6-3 Chatham, Va. (Hargrave Military Academy) Virginia
17. Chris Hernandez 6-2 Clovis, Calif. (Clovis West HS) Stanford
18. Luther Head 6-3 Chicago, Ill. (Manley HS) Illinois
19. Jason Braxton 6-3 Moreno Valley, Calif. (Canyon Springs HS) Arizona State
20. Martin Orsimani 6-2 Hialeah, Fla. (Champagnat Catholic HS) Utah

Mark Mayemura and David Benezra are the editors of the Recruiting USA website (

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