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Versatile Gilchrist remains No. 1 in 2011 ESPNU 100

The start of summer doesn't only mean that the weather is heating up, because summer basketball recruiting is on the rise as well. That is why we felt this was the perfect time to release the updated ESPNU 100, which can be summed up with one word: versatility. While it is not an exact science, these rankings are based on performances in game situations, consistency and potential. Small forward Michael Gilchrist (Somerdale, N.J./St. Patrick) remains the No. 1 prospect in the 2011 class (ESPN.com)


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