Hall of Famer
One final note on the rankings. I use McDonalds, Nike, Adidas, Espn, and Rivals as the source of my top 100 rankings, and I do think they have value. Maybe not in the results of the end game, but they do give you an idea of where a player is at a given point in time. If you keep track of players by dividing them into the U-16, U-17, U-18 and U-19 classes, you can tell which players are actually improving and which aren't. If a player is ranked at, lets say number 68 while in the U-16 class, and the next year moves up to number 10 in the U-17 class, you take notice. Your always going to get your late bloomers that will surprise you, but in general, the guys that stayed at the top of the rankings throughout thier highschool careers, like a Michael Gilchrist, are usually guaranteed success at whatever level they play at.