Season Preview: Penn Quakers

Zack Rosen will lead the young, guard-heavy Quakers against a demanding non-conference slate this season. (Photo Credit: pennathletics.com)

Key Losses: Two words: Jack Eggleston. The versatile forward was the Quakers’ anchor for the past two seasons, providing remarkably consistent play and a calming presence. He was also a walking matchup problem — a 4 who could drill threes (45% last season), forcing an opposing big man to guard him on the perimeter and thus opening up the middle of the floor. With some intriguing underclassmen ready to fill his shoes, Captain Jack will probably be missed less on the court and more in the locker room. Every team needs that dependable guy to look to when things get tough, and Eggleston (42-73 career record) certainly had plenty of experience dealing with tough times.

Forward/center Conor Turley leaves a similar void. Turley was always underrated because of his unimpressive statistical production, but he did all of the Quakers’ dirty work: setting solid screens, boxing out with authority, reeling in key offensive rebounds, and knowing the system inside and out. With Turley gone, the team loses toughness and physicality inside.

Key Additions: Though coach Jerome Allen needs to be wowed in order for freshmen to earn significant playing time, this year’s class has some ‘wow’ to it. Besides finding a legitimate shot-blocking, post-up center (and there aren’t many of those in the Ivy League),

Allen filled each of his team’s needs. Say goodbye to buzzer-to-buzzer efforts from lead guards Zack Rosen and Miles Cartwright; Patrick Lucas-Perry and Camryn Crocker should finally give the Quakers’ talented depth in the backcourt (no, Malcolm Washington did not qualify). English import Simeon Esprit and celebrity son Marin “Don’t Call Me Toni” Kukoc — who missed his entire freshman season with back problems — may not crack the rotation, but they offer an attractive combination of size and skill on the wing. Finally, freshmen Greg Louis and Henry Brooks could help make up Best online will allow you to open a special account just on them. for the loss of Eggleston with their inside-out games. The online casino opportunity is there for both to seize minutes at the 3 and/or the 4.

Key Games: There are certainly some calendar-circler games on Penn’s schedule, including Nov. 14 vs. Temple, Nov. 25 vs. Pitt, diskretion och risk. Dec. 3 at Villanova, Dec. 10 at UCLA, and Jan. 1 at Duke. Hard-fought efforts in at least a couple of those Braun gifted justin bieber fans with a car, the sporty, electric Fisker Karma. major challenges will go a long way in boosting confidence. But the real test of the season will begin Jan. 30 against Princeton. Of course, the Princeton games are always the biggest of the season because of the bitter, storied rivalry between the teams. What usually makes them even more crucial is the fact that they’re played mid-week. How Penn fairs in its early Monday-Friday-Saturday stretch at home against Princeton, Yale Koop krasloten met drie of meer . and Brown will reveal everything you need to know about this year’s team. Then they’ll have to do it again with three season-closing games at those same schools from March 2-6.

Strengths and weaknesses: This team’s strength should be its and poker supply the biggest industries of growth. ability to play small and fast. The loaded backcourt will lead the way, but the swing men are just as important. Early indications are that traditional small Detendez-vous et passez par le mobile casino plaisir des jeux de ligne. forward Rob Belcore could play some power forward this season, and the slender Kukoc even said Sunday goldbyte.org that he is preparing to do the same. That strategy will make Penn much, much tougher to defend — especially if Lucas-Perry, Crocker or sophomore Dau Jok breaks through to facilitate a three-guard lineup — but will leave the Quakers’ severely undersized on defense. It’s a risk worth taking, in my opinion, because Allen does such a good job of instilling a defensive mentality in his teams. I grew up watching Villanova evolve into a top program while starting FOUR guards and a 6’7 center. If coaches can spark a whatever-it-takes, warrior-like mentality in their players, size truly does not matter and, in fact, the challenge of playing bigger teams brings out the best in everyone.

Even better for Penn, guys like 6’9 senior Mike Howlett and budding sophomores Fran Dougherty and Cam Gunter are quality options as traditional big men (one will likely start at center either way). Combined with a host of players who can play multiple positions, those mobile bigs will allow the Quakers to adapt their style of play depending on matchups. Teams with height and bulk inside like Harvard and Yale could present the biggest problems, but again, the matchups will be equally difficult if/when Keith Wright or Greg Mangano is forced onto the perimeter against quick lineups. Another potential weakness to monitor will be confidence and ability to handle pressure. This group went through too much heartbreak last season from failing to execute at key moments in games. Sometimes, players on an on-the-rise team can’t shake their losing past.

Outlook: Like most basketball teams, Penn’s ceiling will depend on how well the individual parts mesh together to create a cohesive whole. I believe the Quakers’ season will come down to how much or little the freshmen contribute. The core of returnees is likely not deep enough to win the Ivy League. If the freshmen are still a year away from making an impact, it should be another middling season here in Philly, 3rd place at best. But if just one freshman guard and one freshman forward enjoy Cartwright-like rookie seasons (33.8 minutes, 11.7 points per game), this team’s potential will soar and make — yes, I’ll say it — the league title a possibility. The thing about freshmen is that regardless of ESPN or Rivals ratings, you don’t know what you have until they actually play in collegiate games. In this case, that could work for or against the Quakers.

Around the League: 10.19.11

Check out these Ivy basketball links you may have missed from the past few days:

 

Blue Ribbon came out with their Ivy predictions earlier this week on ESPN.com. (Photo Credit: blueribbonyearbookonline.com)

Blue Ribbon came out with their team-by-team previews of every Ivy League team on ESPN.com. For those of you without access to ESPN Insider, we’ll give you the quick rundown on what we thought was worthy of noting.

Up at Dartmouth, Coach Cormier thinks that a big factor in terms of whether or not the Big Green will be successful this year will be the way upperclassmen react to diminished roles as the talented freshmen begin to acclimate themselves and take minutes from the older players. The Blue Ribbon preview is optimistic, but suggests that the Big Green won’t be able to compete in the top half until these incoming recruits are juniors or seniors. Still, it’s nice to see Dartmouth headed in what seems like the right direction for the first time in years.

  • “A lot of [the veterans] will start and get time early,” [Cormier] said. “As the freshmen get their feet under them, I think [the veterans will] have to adjust to whatever the playing time happens to be. It’s a very good chance it will be severely reduced, and they’ve got to handle whatever role they get. And if that happens, then I think we could surprise some people.””(Blue Ribbon, ESPN.com)

Out in Providence, Coach Agel is hopeful that this young Brown team will be able to get over the hump. Blue Ribbon noted that the Bears led the league in scoring with Harvard, but came in last in scoring defense. Consistency is the story for Brown because after beating Princeton and leading Harvard by double-digits in both games last year, there’s no doubt that the Bears are talented enough to compete with the league’s best. Can they improve their strength down low and bear down (pun intended) and get stops in the second halves of big games? The answer to that question will go a long way in determining where the Bears finish, as many publications have them finishing anywhere between 4th and 7th.

  • “If we can start getting more physical and defending, we’re going to be one of those teams that people say is a dark horse,” Agel said. “We’re making strides. We’ve just got to get over the hump in the league. We’ve played extremely well out of conference — better than Brown has ever played out of conference in a two-year period — now we’ve just got to catch a break.” (Blue Ribbon, ESPN.com)

Down in Philadelphia, Coach Allen refuses to be content with the big leap the Quakers made out of the bottom half last year. We know the Quakers will be as good as anyone at the guard spots and on the wing with Rosen, Bernardini and Cartwright, but Allen challenged his stars in the Blue Ribbon preview to improve the weak spots in their game. Of Rosen, he said, “He does a lot for us from the locker room to the court. I wish he was a much better defensive player. But having said that, you couldn’t ask for a better leader among the group.” Of Bernardini, Allen would like to see improvement on the glass. “We all know that he’s a tremendous shooter, but he has some other natural abilities. If he exhausts them this season, it will make us a better team.” Finally, of the young Cartwright, “He’s going to be asked to have more of a leadership role this year on both ends of the floor.” Of course, the big question mark for Penn is the frontcourt where they have struggled with youth and injuries. In the final analysis, Blue Ribbon rated their backcourt an “A”, their frontcourt a “C+”, and suggested that a return to the top tier was not imminent this season.

Blue Ribbon reserved the most praise, expectedly, for Harvard and, perhaps less expectedly, for Yale. The Bulldogs were given a serious shot at winning the title this year thanks to the Mangano/Kreisberg/Morgan trio that looked so dangerous at times last year. The Bulldogs haven’t truly challenged for a title since the ’06-’07 10-4 campaign led by dynamic guard Eric Flato. This time, it’ll be the big man, Mangano, who carries the load for the Elis on the quest for a championship.

Meanwhile, over at the DP, IHO contributor Brian Kotloff and Kevin Esteves discuss expectations for Penn, suggesting this year’s version of the Quakers may see improvement on the same steep incline as Princeton did in ’09-10 under third-year Sydney Johnson.

And finally, we’ll end on a light note. Yale sophomores Jeremiah Kreisberg and Greg Kelley have a blog that they update frequently. It seems to be a pretty hilarious insider’s take on life playing basketball at a Mid-Major. Today’s post, for example, consisted of some serious excitement over receiving three pairs of brand-new Nike socks in their lockers. Check it out, it’s worth some good laughs.

 

Around the League, Midnight Madness Edition: 10.14.11

A few links to take you into the weekend on Midnight Madness Day, the first official day of the season:

Harvard prepares for Saturday’s inaugural Crimson Madness, where the team will unveil its first championship banner from last year’s historic run that ended with a share of the conference title.

“The festivities, which begin at Lavietes Pavilion at 4 p.m., will include a team scrimmage and the raising of Harvard’s first-ever Ivy League championship banner.” (thecrimson.com)

 

The Buzz touches briefly on what the Quakers have in store for the upcoming year.

“The Quakers have arguably the best backcourt in the league with the trio of Zack Rosen, Tyler Bernardini and Miles Cartwright. But their depth in the frontcourt is a major vulnerability. The key questions for Penn will be whether senior forward Mike Howlett can stay healthy, whether sophomore big men Cam Gunter and Fran Dougherty can step up to replace graduated seniors, and whether the freshmen forwards can make an immediate impact.” (thedp.com/thebuzz)

 

The Trentonian talks to Mitch Henderson and takes a look at Princeton’s schedule.

“‘We are very excited,’ Henderson said. ‘All summer we have been talking as a staff about finding our identity…Everyone is looking to get to work. We have a good schedule for us and it is challenging… We want to play a style of basketball that we can be proud of.'”  (www.trentonian.com)

 

GoLocalProv has an optimistic preview of the Brown Bears

“The Bears have reason to be optimistic as they feature a roster that may be as talented and as deep as any the program has seen since the 2002-2003 team that won 17 games and played in the NIT.” (golocalprov.com)

 

 

Breaking Down Rivals' Ivy League Preview

Rivals.com picked the Crimson to win the league title and Keith Wright to repeat as Player of the Year. (Photo Credit: 5-Star Basketball)

Rivals.com (Yahoo Sports) ranked the Ivy League 20th in their countdown of college basketball”s 32 conferences. The first half of the article consists of the usual praise for Cornell and Princeton”s recent postseason performance. The author, David Fox, seems to suggest that Harvard, this year”s prohibitive favorite, may have a different competitor to deal with at the top of the standings with Princeton losing Maddox and Mavraides. He cites Penn and Yale as the two squads with which the Crimson may have to contend, while suggesting Brown may make a leap from the bottom behind the youth movement led by McGonagill and Rafael Maia.

The rankings below the article though, at times, seem to be disconnected from the analysis. Princeton is left in the #2 spot, ahead of Penn and Yale even though Fox claimed Harvard would have different competition for the title. Additionally, Ian Hummer is given a spot on the league”s second team. If Hummer carries the Tigers to a second place finish this year after losing Maddox and Mavraides, I have to like his chances to make the first team.

The projected standings also show Brown staying put in the #7 slot despite the aforementioned praise and the prediction that Maia will be the league”s Rookie of the Year. While there are certainly minutes for Maia in the Bears” frontcourt that other freshmen may not see, a ROY season combined with last year”s ROY in the backcourt in McGonagill as well as All-Ivy Honorable Mention Tucker Halpern on the wing, who shot 40% from distance last year, and it seems like the Bears should be able to finish higher than 7th.

Other choices that deserve further examination include “Best frontcourt: Harvard,” which could also have been awarded to the Yale Bulldogs with the duo of Mangano and Kreisberg (with freshmen Sherrod and Childs-Klein coming off the bench). Best backcourt was given to Penn, though Brandyn Curry, Christian Webster, Oliver McNally, and Laurent Rivard may have something to say about that up in Cambridge.

Interestingly, in the “Coach on the hot seat” category, Rivals chose “None.” But if, as they predicted, the Bears fail to move up from the bottom this year, you have to think that things are going to get uncomfortably warm for Coach Agel in Providence.

Around the League: 10.12.11

A couple interesting mid-week links that you may have missed:

 

Coach Tommy Amaker spoke yesterday at the inaugural Massachusetts College Basketball Media Day at Boston University. (Photo Credit: gocrimson.com)

 

  • “Reggie Willhite also had a unique basketball experience, training with former Duke stars Christian Laettner and Grant Hill…” (yalebulldogs.com)

 

Penn will face Canadian champion Carleton University in exhibition

  • “Based in Canada, Carleton is a member of the Ontario University Athletics (OUA) conference and last year won the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) championship for the seventh time in nine years. During the months of August and September, Carleton went 5-4 in the Cross-Border Battle, including wins over Saint Louis, Niagara and UC-Santa Barbara as well as a two-point loss to La Salle.” (pennathletics.com)

 

Amaker, McNally, and Joe Jones discuss college basketball”s opportunity for increased exposure during the NBA lockout

  • “[Amaker]: Although I would love to see the NBA season, given how things are shaping up it could be something that college basketball could benefit from. With how popular and great the Celtics have been, not to have part of their season, maybe it will be an opportunity for college basketball to gain some traction and momentum.” (bostonherald.com)

 

 

Season in Review: Penn Quakers

This is the fifth piece in a series looking back at how each Ivy League squad fared during the 2010-11 season. The Penn Quakers ended the year at 13-15 (7-7), finishing alone in fourth place.

 

It was a bone-chilling February night, but 6,283 fans had found a heated sanctuary inside the Palestra. The Quakers had sucked the life out of the crowd by starting the game the way so many Penn basketball games have started since Fran Dunphy’s 2006 departure: by digging themselves an early hole. By now, the players were used

to it — and were used to scratching and clawing
their way back. Heading into this, the fourth game of the Ivy League season against league heavyweight Harvard, Penn had already overcome double-digit second-half margins against La Salle and Brown. So when coach Jerome Allen and Co. began to chip away at the Crimson’s 18-point lead five minutes after the break, there was a little more hope than usual in the air.

The hope gradually turned to anxious anticipation and then to full-on elation when threes from point guard Zack Rosen and swing man Tyler Bernardini knotted the score, where it remained after one overtime period. Even while the Harvard front line exposed the Quakers’ glaring weakness inside, this just felt like Penn basketball’s time.

Four years as an Ivy also-ran is an eternity for 25-time league champion Penn, yet that’s how
long the fans had waited for this moment. The electricity returned to the country’s most storied
basketball arena, reawakening a dying student section that had finally come out for a Saturday
night at the Palestra. Occasionally over those four grueling years, the team had tantalized with
flashes of excellence, of a possible return to glory. But here they were, unbeaten and going toe-
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fingernails, Casey blocked Rosen’s attempted second-OT buzzer-beater, and Penn’s thrilling
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Heartbreak.

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Heartbreak.

As roller-coaster seasons go, Penn’s was Kingda Ka. Their challenging non-conference schedule
turned out to be just that, but there were still ups among the downs. They led eventual Final Four
team Kentucky by double-digits 17 minutes into the first half at Rupp Arena. They hung with
perennial tournament team Villanova in a hard-fought 65-53 loss. They won their first Big 5
game in 17 tries over St. Joseph’s in January. They topped Yale, Brown and Dartmouth in order
to open their Ivy season, the Dartmouth win a 78-47 masterpiece when everything seemed to be
coming together.

Yet at the same time, everything fell apart at the worst possible moments. They scored 15
second-half points and blew a 12-point lead in a loss at Manhattan. They were battered by city
rival Drexel, 77-56, outrebounded 39-17. They followed their three-game Ivy winning streak
with four devastating losses — three in overtime. They fell behind and came back, built leads
and blew them. The final tally was a fitting .500 league record, 13-15 overall.

On an individual level, Eggleston capped a rock-solid career with his best effort, showcasing his
remarkable grit and efficiency. Rosen continued to assert himself as perhaps the league’s best
floor general. Bernardini returned to form after two trying years, while Cartwright, Dougherty
and limber center Cameron Gunter showed signs of what’s to come.

But for a program and coach that only measures success in Ivy League championships, the
season was a failure and an epic one at that. Three straight overtime heartbreakers in early
February certainly qualify as epic.

Over-Unders on Season Projections

I recently read a great statistical preview of the upcoming season on . Definitely check it out for an interesting read. Essentially, using some Pomeroy-level formulas, which I am going to take at face-value, the mastermind behind T14GT generated some very intriguing numbers and projections based on player-level and team-level statistics from past seasons. The resulting formulas generated the following projected win totals for 2011-2012:

“1. Harvard – 12.0
2. Yale – 8.5
3. Princeton – 8.4
4. Penn – 6.8
5. Cornell – 6.3
6. Columbia – 5.6
7. Brown – 5.5
8. Dartmouth – 2.8″

My initial reaction to these standings is that the order seems to generally fall in line with how I see this season proceeding. Nevertheless, I wanted to chime in with some quick thoughts on the projections and where I see things playing out differently since it”s tough to quantify the impact that a great recruiting class or a departing coach might have on a team. I”ll take the above projections to be each team”s season win total over/under and go team-by-team with my picks.

Harvard- 12.0 wins (IHO says: right on) Harvard is everyone”s runaway favorite and rightfully so, given that they return everyone and add the league”s best recruiting class. Not much to argue with there.

Yale- 8.5 wins (IHO says: over) This Yale team is set to turn some heads this year. I was excited to see the projections backing up what I”ve seen on the court; this team may be the only squad capable of taking down the Crimson this year. We saw last year how evenly these teams matched up and how seriously they take the rivalry in two classic battles. Both home teams narrowly prevailed in “10-“11 and we can expect the same type of thrilling contests this year, as Yale has added some serious height in their incoming freshman class (6″11″ Will Childs-Klein, 6″7″ Matt Townsend, and 6″ 7” name-of-the-year candidate Armani Cotton) to back up Mangano and Kreisberg. This year though, if we”re lucky, the winner of The (Basketball) Game may also determine the league champion.

Princeton- 8.4 wins (IHO says: under) Princeton clocks in with between 8 and 9 wins in this projection, good for third in the league, I don”t see them putting it all together that quickly. Losing Mavraides and Maddox is a big blow for the defending champs, but losing a head coach is devastating. It takes more than a summer for a head coach to lay down his system, and I just can”t see the Tigers responding this quickly with a top 2 or 3 finish. Not saying it”s impossible, but in a league that relies heavily on good coaching and scheming, it would be a remarkable accomplishment for Princeton to compete for a league title again this year. I have them landing in the middle of the pack with a .500 record.

Penn- 6.8 wins (IHO says: over) Penn is a team with a void to fill with the departure of Jack Eggleston. Despite that, the trio of Miles Cartwright, Zack Rosen, and Tyler Bernardini will see how far they can lead this year”s Penn team. Those three players combine to make up as good a backcourt as you”ll find in the Ivy League this year, but they can”t do it alone. It”ll be very interesting to see how quickly Penn can bring their front-court up to speed. The Quakers might be able to get away with their lack of depth on the offensive end, but established big men like Mangano and Wright are surely licking their chops looking at the freshmen and bench players they”ll be matched up with against Penn. Still, IHO thinks the terrific trio of guards will be enough to take down the bottom half of the league and steal a game or two against the big boys.

Cornell-  6.3 wins (IHO says: under)  Chris Wroblewski put the Big Red on his back last year, shooting the lights out and leading Cornell to a respectable finish in the middle of the pack, one year removed from the team”s legendary Sweet 16 run. Consider that Cornell had an unbelievable 13 players make at least one start last year, and you”ll realize that this is a team that is still figuring out its identity. We know they can shoot the ball, but there are too many question marks to think they can contend with the top echelon this year. IHO wants to see how the Big Red freshman class fares in non-conference play before committing to a number, but for now, we think Cornell has a lot to prove.

Columbia- 5.6 wins (IHO says: under) As is often the case in this league, the lack of an effective big man presence inside will leave Columbia relying on their guard play. Last year, Noruwa Agho proved himself as one of the league”s most explosive scorers–though T14GT recently put forth a compelling argument that he may be the . Brian Barbour”s quickness on the ball will be helpful and his 2:1 assist to turnover ratio is impressive, but it won”t result in many points unless the Lions have added a few knockdown shooters. Last year, Columbia finished dead last in 2-point shooting and 3-point shooting. Besides that, over 72% of their shots last year came from Agho, Ampim and Brian Grimes. Agho found a way to score–albeit by putting up a lot of shots, but Ampim and Grimes clocked in far below average on KenPom”s Offensive Efficiency index. It”s simple: the Lions will need to find a way to get better shots and knock them down if they want to improve upon last year”s finish.

Brown- 5.5 wins (IHO says: over) It might surprise some people, but there”s a lot to be excited about in Providence. The Bears return Rookie of the Year point guard Sean McGonagill who will most likely start alongside transfer Steve Albrecht, who sat out last year after an impressive freshman campaign at Toledo. The Bears also return Tucker Halpern on the wing who showed signs of brilliance last year, including a 29 point performance in a near-upset of Harvard last year. Dockery Walker returns from a great freshman campaign in which he proved he was capable of being a much-needed inside presence, an energy guy, and a monster on the defensive boards. With the addition of a solid freshman class, including Brazilian center 6″9″ Rafael Maia, the Bears have the ability to make the jump into the top half for the first time since the days of Mullery.

Dartmouth- 2.8 wins (IHO says: under) The Big Green have only won two games in the past two years, and they didn”t have a single player average double figures in points per game. That being said, they return Jabari Trotter who shot the ball over 40% from deep last season, as well as R.J. Griffin who put up 20 against Harvard last season. The Big Green will be counting on a solid class of freshmen to step in and contribute immediately if they want to be competitive in the league this year. Their top priority this offseason should be holding onto the ball–Dartmouth doesn”t return a single player with an assist-to-turnover ratio over 1.

Who to Watch in the Class of 2015

Harvard”s Steve Moundou-Missi may have a shot at Rookie of the Year if he can find a way to see enough of the court playing behind Kyle Casey and Keith Wright. (Photo Credit: gocrimson.com)

The Ivy League has changed substantially in the past five years. Ancient 8 teams are beating BCS schools in non-conference play, and two years ago, Cornell went to a Sweet 16. Last year, Princeton continued to help support the idea that Ivy Leaguers can play with the big boys when they almost beat Kentucky in the first round. The reason for this change is that Ivy League recruiting has improved drastically over the past five years. Big time players are now looking at Ivy League schools as legitimate Division-I options. As the director of the National All-Academic Camp, I get a chance to see many of these players each summer and I have noticed that the Ivy League prospects have improved every year over the past 5 years. We are seeing better athletes and more complete players each year who have grades and SAT scores to match.

Here is the breakdown of the Ivy League’s 2015 recruiting classes.

Brown

Head Coach: Jesse Agel

Incoming Players: Rafael Maia 6’9” (Maine Central Institute), Christian Gore 6’2” (El Paso, TX), Joe Sharkey 6’2” (Northfield Mount Hermon), Taylor Wright 6’5” (Episcopal Academy), Longji Yiljep 6’5” (Westwon, PA), Jon Schmidt 6″7″ (Friends School, MD)

Recruiting Grade: A-

Analysis: Agel scored a major recruit during his first two years in Tucker Halpern (Class of 2013) and Sean McGonagill (Class of 2014). I’m picking Rafael Maia as the hands-down favorite for Rookie of the Year in the Ivy League. The 6’9” Brazilian is a BIG TIME presence on the defensive end and a freak athlete. Maia is an ACC/Big East level talent who will be one of the most talented shot blockers and rebounders the Ivy League has ever seen. Joe Sharkey will add backcourt stability, which the Bears need desperately. Sharkey is a high IQ, pass-first point guard who makes all the right plays. Taylor Wright, the son of Villanova coach Jay Wright, will be a nice addition. He averaged over 17 ppg last year and has a reputation of being able to stretch the defense. Christian Gore is a 2 star recruit form El Paso who should also help provide backcourt depth.

 

Columbia

Head Coach: Kyle Smith

Incoming Players: Samer Ozeir 6’8” (Novi, MI), Alex Rosenberg 6’7” (Peddie

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Recruiting Grade: C

Analysis: There wasn’t a lot of pop in this 2015 class for Coach Smith, but he’s got a solid group of role players nonetheless. Scrivano and Rosenberg will

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add front court depth. Scrivano has a reputation for being a terrific shot blocker, which should help the Lions in the paint.

 

Cornell

Head Coach: Bill Courtney

Incoming Players: Galal Cancer 6’2” (Christian Brothers Academy), Dave LaMore 6’9” (Dexter HS, MI), Devin Cherry 6’3” (Meriden, MS), Shonn Miller 6″7″ (St. Ignatius HS, OH), Nenad Tomic 6″7″ (North Royalton HS, OH), Deion Giddens 6″9″ (Willow Canyon HS, AZ)

Recruiting Grade: B

Analysis: Galal Cancer will prove to be a major score online casino for Cornell, as he was a recruiting steal for the Big Red. Cancer who played at Christian Brothers Academy and for the Nike sponsored AAU club, Albany City Rocks, will be a prolific scorer in the Ivy League. He is also great in transition, which will be perfect for Coach Courtney’s style of play. LaMore will add a great post presence and will likely be a starter at some point during his career. Devin Cherry was an intriguing get for Courtney as he is from Mississippi, which is not heavily recruited by his league foes. Cherry will be an athletic hybrid perimeter player who will need to add muscle to his 170 lb. frame in order to be a major presence in the Ivy League.

Edit: Dave LaMore”s name was misspelled in a previously posted version of this article.

 

Dartmouth

Head Coach: Paul Cormier

Incoming Players: John Golden 6’6” (Northfield Mount Hermon), Will McConnell 6’6” (Atherton, CA), Kirill Savolainen 6’5” (VA Episcopal), Mack McKearney 6’2” (Okemos, MI), Gabas Maldunas 6’8” (Holderness School), Jvonte Brooks 6’6” (Northfield)

Recruiting Grade: B

Analysis: Cormier and his staff did a great job overall in this class. They added depth and pulled the trigger on a few players early, who will all be great additions. One such player is John Golden, who many Ivy and Patriot League schools wish they had offered earlier. Golden is a big guard who can really stretch the floor with his shooting range and is a fearless competitor. His prep schoool teammate at Northfield Mount Hermon, Jvonte Brooks, is a tremendous athlete who will need to continue to develop his skills to be an impact player. Maldunas is an interesting player as he is a big, skilled 4-man who is deceptively athletic. McConnell will add length and depth at the small forward position. If he gets tougher, he will be a very good player for the Big Green. There are no stars in this group, but an overall great collection.

 

Harvard

Head Coach: Tommy Amaker

Incoming Players: Max Hooper 6’5” (Brewster Academy), Corbin Miller 6’2” (Brighton, UT), Steve Moundou-Missi 6’6” (Montverde Academy), Alex Nesbitt 6’7” (Univ of Chicago Laboratory HS), Wesley Saunders 6’5” (Winward Academy), Kenyatta Smith 6’8” (Flintridge Prep), Jonas Travis 6″6″ (De La Salle, MN)

Recruiting Class: A

Analysis: It looks like Amaker has struck gold again here with his 2015 class. In my opinion, he has had the best or second best recruiting class every year since he arrived in Cambridge. Steve Moundou-Missi is my dark horse pick for Rookie of the Year. The only thing holding him back is that he’s playing behind All-League players Kyle Casey and Keith Wright. Moundou-Missi is a monster athlete who will be a rebounding machine for the Crimson. Kenyatta Smith turned down offers from the Pac-10 and Big 10 to attend Harvard. His size and skill will help the Crimson’s already imposing interior. Max Hooper is a prolific sniper who will keep defenses honest and not allow for double teams. Wesley Saunders is another dynamic get, who will add a great scoring punch for the Crimson.

 

Pennsylvania

Head Coach: Jerome Allen

Incoming Players: Henry Brooks 6’8” (Miller Grove, GA), Simeon Espirit 6’6” (England), Keelan Carnes (Ireland), Cam Crocker 6’3” (Cypress, CA), Greg Louis 6’7” (Dwyer, FL), Patrick Lucas-Perry 5″11″ (Flint Powers HS, MI)

Recruiting Class: A-

Analysis: Penn has done a great job adding the front court depth they needed in 2015. Henry Brooks has a chance to be special and will be a difference maker for the Quakers over the next four years. Espirit and Carnes were prep teamates at Barking Abbey College in the UK. I have not seen either, but am told they will surprise many Ivy League fans this year with their ability. Lewis will challenge for time on an already talented Quaker team. Allen put together a great group here that will help keep the Quakers contenders for years to come.

Edit: Cam Crocker was erroneously referred to as Penn sophomore Cam Gunter in a previously posted version of this article.

Princeton

Head Coach: Mitch Henderson

Incoming Players: Brian Fabrizius 6’11” (Kimball Union Academy), Bobby Garbade 6’10” (Seton Catholic), Denton Koon 6’7” (Liberty HS, MO), Clay Wilson 6’4” (Lincoln Christian, OK)

Recruiting Class: B

Analysis: Princeton filled some needs in 2015, but

didn’t add much star power. Luckily, the defending Ivy League Champs and first year head coach Mitch Henderson may not have to this year. Bobby Garbade was a 15 ppg, 11 rpg post in high school and is a very solid passer. His game will fit nicely with the Princeton system. Fabrizius, the other post, will add size, but will most likely not be a part of the rotation next year. Koon was his school’s validictorian, an all-state performer in high school, and has the ability to score in a variety of fashions. Clay Wilson is a prototypical Princeton guard who has some size and an uncanny ability to shoot the three and find the open man.

 

Yale

Head Coach: James Jones

Incoming Players: Will Childs-Klein 6’11” (Ladue HS, MO), Armani Cotton 6’7” (Northfield Mount Hermon), Javier Duren 6’4” (Oakville HS, MO), Brandon Sherrod 6’6” (Choate Rosemary Hall), Matt Townsend 6’7” (Horace Greeley)

Recruiting Class: A-

Analysis: This is a great class for James Jones. Brandon Sherrod will prove to be one of the best posts the Ivy League has ever seen. He is undersized, but strong as an ox and he knows how to score. Armani Cotton will add athleticism to the Bulldogs’ perimeter game. Cotton can attack the rim and shoot the three ball with the best of them. Childs-Klein will compliment Sherrod on the interior as a true center who can take up space and finish around the rim.

 

Greg Kristof is the Director of Hoop Mountain (www.hoopmountain.com), where he runs recruiting and exposure camps and tournaments for high school basketball players all over the country. He sees many of the players who move on to the Ivy League at the Hoop Mountain All-Academic Camp each summer.

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