College Basketball Recruiting: Stock Watch for the Top Prospects in 2015 Class

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College Basketball Recruiting: Stock Watch for the Top Prospects in 2015 Class
Andy Manis

With the opening of spring AAU action, college basketball recruiting begins in earnest to set its sights on the class of 2015. Many of the top stars among next fall's high school seniors are getting their first real taste of the spotlight after deferring to older leaders on powerhouse rosters in the past.

One youngster who's making the most of his chances is Wisconsin product Diamond Stone. The massive center hung 36 points on one unlucky opponent at the Jayhawk Classic, staking his claim to the top ranking in a class filled with low-post talent.

Read on for more on Stone and the rest of the 20 most anticipated prospects in the college class of 2015, with an eye to how recent developments have affected the buzz surrounding them.

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