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Rivals updates their 2012 Rankings

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Rivals felt the need to change their rankings from their last update in May. Here are the relevant changes. Hoya Commit Brandon Bolden dropped ten spots from 90 to 100. Hoya Targets: D'Vauntes Smith Rivera rose from 21 to 20. James Robinson rose from 83rd to 56th Myles Davis dropped from 111th to 123rd Amile Jefferson rose from 34th to 33rd Andre Drummond rose from 3rd to 2nd Landen Lucas dropped from 125th to 134th Birce Johnson dropped from 76th to 103rd Arnaud Adala Moto somehow dropped from 117th to 128th Jerami Grant dropped from 57th to 61st TJ Warren rose from 61st to 36th Twymond Howard rose from 66th to 64th Marcus Hunt fell from 56th to 91st Xavier Johnson fell from 70th to 76th Andrew White rose from 142nd to 71st Pollard and Anderson stayed put at 6th and 4th respectively

Georgetown Class of 2012 Recruiting Targets: The Bigs

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Georgetown Class of 2012 Recruiting Targets: The Bigs

Georgetown's Class of 2012 Recruiting Targets: The Wings

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Georgetown's Class of 2012 Recruiting Targets: The Wings

Georgetown's Class of 2012 Recruiting Targets: The Guards

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Georgetown's Class of 2012 Recruiting Targets: The Guards

Kenner League Update: Dates Revealed

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Kenner League Update: Dates Revealed. Find out when the Best Summer League in the country begins.

A Post-Deadline Look at the Big East: West Virginia Mountaineers

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A Post-Deadline Look at the Big East: West Virginia Mountaineers. Will they be burning couches because they won or lost more often next year?

A Post-Deadline Look at the Big East: Villanova Wildcats

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A Post-Deadline Look at the Big East: Villanova Wildcats. Have the Cats been De-Clawed?

A Post-Deadline Look at the Big East: Syracuse Orange

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A Post-Deadline Look at the Big East: Syracuse Orange. Can the Fruit rise to the Occasion?

A Post-Deadline Look at the Big East: St. John's Red Storm

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A Post-Deadline Look at the Big East: St. John's Red Storm. Can an all freshman team compete in the Big East?

A Post-Deadline Look at the Big East: South Florida Bulls

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A Post-Deadline Look at the Big East: South Florida Bulls. Can the Bulls make a run for the top half of the Big East?

A Post-Deadline Look at the Big East: Seton Hall Pirates

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A Post-Deadline Look at the Big East: Seton Hall. Can Seton Hall Rebuild?

A Post-Deadline Look at the Big East: Rutgers Scarlet Knights

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A Post-Deadline Look at the Big East: Rutgers Scarlet Knights. Will Rutgers improve or decline in Mike Rice's second year?

A Post-Deadline Look at the Big East: Providence Friars

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A Post-Deadline Look at the Big East: Providence Friars. Can a new coach change the Friars' fortunes?

A Post-Deadline Look at the Big East: Pittsburgh Panthers

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A Post-Deadline Look at the Big East: Pittsburgh Panthers. More of the same.

A Post-Deadline Look at the Big East: Notre Dame Fighting Irish

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A Post-Deadline Look at the Big East: Notre Dame Fighting Irish. How much Fight is left in them?

A Post-Deadline Look at the Big East: Marquette Golden Eagles

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A Post-Deadline Look at the Big East: Marquette Golden Eagles. Can Marquette build off of their sweet 16 run?

A Post-Deadline Look at the Big East: Louisville Cardinals

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A Post-Deadline Look at the Big East: Louisville Cardinals. Soaring towards another BE title?

A Post-Deadline Look at the Big East: DePaul Blue Demons

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A Post-Deadline Look at the Big East: DePaul Blue Demons. Can DePaul turn it around?

A Post-Deadline Look at the Big East: Connecticut Huskies

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A Post-Deadline Look at the Big East: Connecticut Huskies. Examining the gains and loses of this off season.

A Post-Deadline Look at the Big East: Cincinnati Bearcats

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A Post Deadline Look at the Big East: Cincinnati. Breaking down the departures, returns, and gains this off season for the Bearcats

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2011 NBA Draft - Early Entry Watch

Now that most teams' seasons are over,  players are beginning to declare for the draft. This post will provide an updated list of all the early entries.  Big East players and players for teams that...

Hollis Thompson Is Returning to Georgetown

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Hollis Is BACK BABY! Washington Post Beat Writer Tarik El-Bashir is reporting that Hollis Thompson will return to Georgetown for his junior season. From Hollis: "didn't mean to keep yooh hanging but it's moms day iwas giving her some well deserved attention !"

Hollis Thompson Is Returning to Georgetown

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Hollis Is BACK BABY!

Austin Freeman shows well at New Jersey Combine

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"Some quick thoughts from Day 2 of the Jersey combine - heard that the shooters -Goudelock,Diebler and Freeman- all impressed"

Gary Williams is Retiring from Maryland; What Does it Mean for Georgetown Basketball?

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What Gary Williams Retirement Means for the Hoyas

Jerrelle Benimon To Transfer From Georgetown

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According to Washington Post Beat Writer Tarik El- Bashir Sophomore Jerrelle Benimon will be transferring from Georgetown. His destination is as of now unknown.

Hollis Thompson Expected to Return Regardless of Workouts

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Andy Katz reports that Hollis Thompson should return to school no matter what feed back he receives over the next few days. The NBA Decision Makers that Katz has talked to expect him to be at Georgetown next year.

Hollis Thompson places his name into the Draft but will not hire an agent

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Hollis is testing the waters according to Georgetown Beat Writer for the Washington Post Tarik El-Bashir. This news has been confirmed by the school according to Tarik. Hollis will not hire an agent and has till May 8th to withdraw from the Draft.

Greg Whittington and Mikael Hopkins: Future Hoyas Show Promise in the Capital Classic

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Sunday afternoon, I attended the 38th annual Capital Classic High School All Star Game to see two 2011 Georgetown Recruits, Greg Whittington and Mikael Hopkins. The game was all the way out in...

"That’s one of the main reasons I committed to Georgetown because I can see myself really improving...

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"That’s one of the main reasons I committed to Georgetown because I can see myself really improving as a player under that coaching staff with other great players. I want to get better any chance I can get in every area of my game and I know that will happen there."

Otto Porter in Part II of his Diary Entry for SLAM Magazine.
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