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Recruiting Royalty


There is a clear cutoff for basketball recruiting royalty, and it comes right after Duke, North Carolina, and Kentucky. You can slice the data a few different ways to make it look like Kansas is close to being the third-best recruiting school in the recent past, but it's essentially impossible to put them above fourth. Over the past ten years, the Blue Devils, Tar Heels, and Wildcats have combined to sign 91 top-100 recruits (nearly 10 percent of every top-100 prospect available) and 28 top-10 players (nearly 30 percent). (Basketball Prospectus)


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