Recruiting News: ESPN Updated Class Of 2016 Top 60 Recruit Rankings

ESPN updated their class of 2016 rankings from the top 25 to the top 60 today. Providence is involved with more than 10% of the ESPN top 60.

Similar to Adam Finkelstein yesterday with the class of 2015, Reggie Rankin offered “Ten things to know about the ESPN 60”. The below are excerpts where a PC recruit is mentioned by Rankin:

3. There are some big-time wing scorers in the Class of 2016. These bucket-getters attack defenders and are difficult to deal with when they have the ball in their hands. Shooting guards Malik Monk and Josh Langford, small forwards Mario Kegler and V.J. King and SG Tyus Battle lead the top 20 players.

5. Combination forward Miles Bridges and point guardDennis Smith are fresh faces in the top 10 because of their consistent production. A few dominant performances this spring on the travel circuit clearly separated them from their peers.

8. There’s a lot of variety and versatility in the 2016 class. Many players can play and excel at two positions, both in the post and on the perimeter. A few examples are Bridges, Omari SpellmanAmir CoffeyVance Jackson and Kobi Jordan-Simmons.

To see the entire top 60, click here.

PC Recruits:

  • #8 – Miles Bridges – 6’6 SF – Huntington Prep/Flint, MI
  • #11 – Joshua Langford – 6’6 SG – Madison Academy/Huntsville, AL
  • #25 – Braxton Blackwell – 6’8 SF – Christ Presbyterian Academy/Nashville, TN
  • #29 – Kobi Simmons – 6’4 PG – St. Francis HS/Alpharetta, GA
  • #30 – Bruce Brown – 6’3 SG – Vermont Academy/Wakefield, MA
  • #43 – Sedee Keita – 6’9 PF – Vermont Academy/Burlington, VT
  • #45 – Rawle Alkins – 6’4 SF – Christ the King HS/Brooklyn, NY
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