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Harrison Barnes' big summer makes him the top dog in the Class of 2010


Harrison Barnes made it easy for scouts throughout the spring and summer. There was little water cooler discussion, few heated arguments over lunch; Barnes built a clear consensus that he is the best prospect in the class of 2010. And the universality of Barnes' status does not impugn in any way the talents of the other top-five prospects in the class. It's just that Barnes was so consistently spectacular, winning or losing, at team and individual events, that no discussion was needed to determine the top dog. (USA Today)


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