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    slamdunk
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    Post by slamdunk on Thu Feb 25, 2010 9:20 am

    Just released:
    HoopStars Canada rankings - Class of 2010 by Position
    Centres

    1. Dwight Powell 6’10” 5th, IMG Academy (Bradenton, FL) via Toronto, ON - Stanford (NCAA D1)
    2. Maurice Walker 6’10” 5th, Brewster (Wolfeboro, NH) via Toronto, ON
    3. Stefan Nastic 6’11” 4th, Thornhill (Thornhill, ON) - Stanford (NCAA D1)
    4. Jean-Paul Kambola 6’10” 5th, St. Benedict’s (Newark, NJ) via Toronto, ON
    5. Lucas Nugteren 6'10" 5th, REDA (Burlington, ON) via Woodstock, ON - Trinity Western (CIS)
    6. Chris McLaughlin 6'9" 4th, Abbey Park (Oakville, ON) - Victoria (CIS)
    7. Riley Barker 6'9" 4th, White Rock Christian (White Rock, BC) - Portland (NCAA D1)
    8. Boris Hadzimuratovic 6'8" 5th, Sainte-Foy (Quebec City, QC)
    9. Keanau Post 6'10" 4th, Oak Bay (Victoria, BC)
    10. David Kohler 6'8" 4th, Oak Park (Winnipeg, MB)

    Power Forwards

    1. Tristan Thompson 6’9” 5th, Findlay (Henderson, NV) via Brampton, ON - Texas (NCAA D1)
    2. Justin Shaver 6'6" 4th, Nepean (Ottawa, ON) - Carleton (CIS)
    3. Taylor Black 6'7" 4th, Orchard Park (Hamilton, ON)
    4. Mike Lewandowski 6'7" 4th, Pitt Meadows (Pitt Meadows, BC)
    5. Junior McLeod 6'6" 5th, New Creations (Richmond, IN) via Brampton, ON
    6. Pat Donnelly 6'6" 5th, Proctor (Andover, NH) via Oakville, ON
    7. Ted Neilson 6'6" 4th, Dover Bay (Nanaimo, BC) - Victoria (CIS)
    8. Matt Letkeman 6'7" 4th, Yale (Abbotsford, BC)
    9. Kazadi Nyanguila 6'5" 5th, Vanier (Montreal, QC)
    10. Nicholas Tufegdzich 6'7" 4th, Riverside (Windsor, ON)

    Small Forwards

    1. Laurent Rivard 6’5” 5th, Northfield-Mount Hermon (Gill, MA) via Montreal, QC - Harvard (NCAA D1)
    2. Melvin Ejim 6’6” 5th, Brewster (Wolfeboro, NH) via Brampton, ON - Iowa State (NCAA D1)
    3. Anthony Ottley 6'5" 5th, Emery (Toronto, ON)
    4. Manny Sahota 6'5" 5th, St. Marguerite d'Youville (Brampton, ON) - Cornell (NCAA D1)
    5. Satar Wahidi 6'6" 4th, Orchard Park (Hamilton, ON)
    6. Shayok Shayok 6’7” 4th, Percy L Julian (Chicago, IL) via Ottawa, ON
    7. Troy Joseph 6'5" 5th, REDA (Burlington, ON) via Ajax, ON
    8. Cameron Robertson 6'5" 5th, Eastern Commerce (Toronto, ON)
    9. Peter Scholtes 6'5" 5th, Oakridge (London, ON) - Western (CIS)
    10. Tychon Carter 6'3" 5th, St. Edmund Campion (Brampton, ON)

    Point Guards

    1. Jabs Newby 6'1" 5th, Mountain State (Beckley, WV) via Brampton, ON - Eastern Kentucky (NCAA D1)
    2. Taevaunn Prince 6'3" 5th, Proctor (Andover, NH) via Brampton, ON
    3. Ashton Khan 6’0” 5th, Brewster (Wolfeboro, NH) via Toronto, ON
    4. Dylan Ennis 6'0" 5th, Lake Forest (Lake Forest, IL) via Brampton, ON - returns to Lake Forest
    5. Eli Mara 6’4” 4th, White Rock (White Rock, BC) - Trinity Western (CIS)
    6. Julian Smith 5'11" 4th, Cole Harbour (Dartmouth, NS)
    7. Marek Klassen 6’0” 4th, Yale (Abbotsford, BC)
    8. Chris Joseph 6'1" 5th, Dawson (Montreal, QC)
    9. Brandon Bos 6'0" 4th, Markham (Markham, ON)
    10. Jahmal Jones 5'11" 5th, Mississauga (Mississauga, ON)

    Shooting Guards

    1. Cory Joseph 6’2” 5th, Findlay (Henderson, NV) via Ajax, ON
    2. Emerson Murray 6’3” 4th, St. George’s (Vancouver, BC)
    3. Jahenns Manigat 6’3” 5th, REDA (Burlington, ON) via Ottawa, ON
    4. Stefan Cvrkalj 6'4" 4th, Bluevale (Waterloo, ON)
    5. Simon Bibeau 6'3" 5th, Champlain-St. Lambert (Montreal, QC)
    6. Philip Scrubb 6'3" 4th, Vancouver College (Vancouver, BC)
    7. Tyler Scott 6'2" 4th, Halifax West (Halifax, NS)
    8. Julian Clarke 6'3" 4th, Oakwood (Toronto, ON)
    9. Matthew Wright 6'3" 5th, Martingrove (Toronto, ON)
    10. Philip Labongo 6'3" 4th, Dakota (Winnipeg, MB)


    Not Listed Due to Serious Injury
    a) Kadeem Green 6’8” PF 5th, United Faith Christian (Charlotte, NC) via Markham, ON - Missouri (NCAA D1)
    b) Devon Stedman 6'7" PF 4th, Glebe (Ottawa, ON) - Carleton (CIS)
    c) Shamar Bennett 6'3" SG 5th, Christian Faith (Creedmoor, NC) via Toronto, ON
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    WaterBadgers
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    Post by WaterBadgers on Thu Feb 25, 2010 12:26 pm

    tychon carter is not even close to being on this list. that is a big mistake by far.
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    jt
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    Post by jt on Thu Feb 25, 2010 1:36 pm

    Is it just me or does it seem like Brampton is dominating Canadian ball. No other part of Canada has that many ballers on that list as much as Brampton has. Well there are 9 players on list from Toronto and 7 from Brampton. But Toronto is so large and 5X the population of Brampton.

    Watch I am telling you guys next big baller going to come out of B-Town! I remember a few years back Brampton wasn't even on the map. Are they producing players because of newly created house/rep/aau teams or what you guys think it is? Considering I don't even really see too many kids playing Brampton outside in the streets.
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    BALLER67
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    Post by BALLER67 on Thu Feb 25, 2010 10:29 pm

    What are you kidding me ? Jordan Clennon is not in the list. Invalid
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    NEVAQUITNEVALOSE
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    Post by NEVAQUITNEVALOSE on Thu Feb 25, 2010 11:00 pm

    The fact that Tychon Carter is on the list is outrageous. Off the top of my head I can easily think of 3 guys to replace him, Daniel Mullings, Raheem Isaac, and Leon Alexander.
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    touchedouche
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    Post by touchedouche on Fri Feb 26, 2010 6:07 pm

    NEVAQUITNEVALOSE wrote:The fact that Tychon Carter is on the list is outrageous. Off the top of my head I can easily think of 3 guys to replace him, Daniel Mullings, Raheem Isaac, and Leon Alexander.


    Mullings and Raheem got robbed. I don't know too much about Leon Alexander though.
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    stevelogan92
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    Post by stevelogan92 on Fri Feb 26, 2010 9:14 pm

    Jt,

    Brampton has always had players. They have always been on the map. Notre Dame, Ascension, Lincoln Alexander,Chingacousy, Cardinal Leger, Morningstar, Westwood had talent prior to the new schools in Brampton.
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    jt
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    Post by jt on Fri Feb 26, 2010 10:31 pm

    Naw all the talent was up in Malton before, just recently Brampton schools becoming good. I think its because all the Malton, Rexdale and JnF mans moving onto the Sandalwood Strip. Half the hood in Brampton these days has just recently moved from some part of Toronto.
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    Mu2
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    Post by Mu2 on Sat Feb 27, 2010 12:18 am

    wow, the #1 point guard and the #! poward forward would have both been on DY. That would have been a deadly combo.

    How's Orchard park doing? they have two 6'7 guys on the list? one is a small forward and the other a power forward. 2 man show?

    which schools would Dylan Ennis, Taevaunn Prince, Melvin Ejim, and Junior McLeod attend if they were still in Brampton?
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    jt
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    Post by jt on Sat Feb 27, 2010 6:31 pm

    Mu2, yea man that's what I been saying look at that deadly combo D'Youville would have had. That's why I keep saying this would have been the year D'Y would have been ofsaa champs if all these mans stayed behind. Then people think Im boosting them, I just telling it like it is. Man if I was D'Ys coach I would be crying thinking of losing all these players year in and year out.

    Prince was playing for Father Henry Carr, but I think he lives around the D'Y area. Dennis Ennis would be Campion I think.
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    KNOWLEDGE
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    Post by KNOWLEDGE on Sun Feb 28, 2010 10:43 pm

    jt wrote:Mu2, yea man that's what I been saying look at that deadly combo D'Youville would have had. That's why I keep saying this would have been the year D'Y would have been ofsaa champs if all these mans stayed behind. Then people think Im boosting them, I just telling it like it is. Man if I was D'Ys coach I would be crying thinking of losing all these players year in and year out.

    Prince was playing for Father Henry Carr, but I think he lives around the D'Y area. Dennis Ennis would be Campion I think.

    If D'YOUVILLE HAD ALL THE KIDS THEY SENT PREP ..THEY WOULD BE IF NOT THE..ONE OF THE BEST IN THE NATION!..HANDS DOWN..

    Manny, Peter, Tristan, Jabs, Kofi, RJ, Taeuvaun, Jamal..plus the squad they have right now.. correct me if I am forgetting somebody...

    I was in awe..when this thought came to my head..
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    tb11
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    Post by tb11 on Sun Feb 28, 2010 11:29 pm

    Again with the "ifs"...Holyyyyyy give it a rest!!!
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    jt
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    Post by jt on Mon Mar 01, 2010 5:35 pm

    Hey man, I know they are "ifs" but its nice to think about right, think is too unfortunate, just goes to show what we can build here if we set up the right programs and don't lose kids to Prep.

    KNOWLEDGE, you are forgetting Sim Bhullar (would have been senior this year), I know he isn't great, but at 7 foot 4 inches, who wouldn't want him on their team. He actually played for D'Youville, before he moved to Father Henry Carr (hmmm makes me wonder how another Brampton man is playing at Carr haha no offence).
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    Post by NEVAQUITNEVALOSE on Mon Mar 01, 2010 8:49 pm

    @jt you claim that all the players and talent have just recently moved to Brampton from Rexdale, JnF, and Malton, but you try to boast them as players who were born and raised in Brampton. Then you complain about players like Tyler and Sim going to play for Carr, when the fact of the matter is they were developped in those areas. If you believe that they should stay in D'youville (since you clearly seem to be an avid D'y booster) then stop griping about lost players because by your logic they would have moved down to their respective states and therefore should be playing in their respective states.
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    Post by touchedouche on Mon Mar 01, 2010 11:51 pm

    NEVAQUITNEVALOSE wrote:@jt you claim that all the players and talent have just recently moved to Brampton from Rexdale, JnF, and Malton, but you try to boast them as players who were born and raised in Brampton. Then you complain about players like Tyler and Sim going to play for Carr, when the fact of the matter is they were developped in those areas. If you believe that they should stay in D'youville (since you clearly seem to be an avid D'y booster) then stop griping about lost players because by your logic they would have moved down to their respective states and therefore should be playing in their respective states.

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