fortfan

 Is 2019 the weakest senior class we've seen in the wissports era? 37  votes

 Yes 27 votes
72%
 No 10 votes
27%
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I started following high school basketball very closely when I was 12, in 2003.  It also was the same year that wissports and rivals started to really cover high school basketball.  Throughout the years we've seen some major talents (list below).  Is this crop of seniors the weakest ever over the wissports era?

2003- Brian Butch #9 nationally
2004- Greg Stiemsma #45 nationally
2005- Wes Matthews Jr. #85 nationally
2006- Trevon Hughes #58 nationally
2007- Keaton Nankivil #92 nationally
2008- Korie Lucious #98 nationally
2009- Jeronne Maymon #47 nationally
2010- Vander Blue #24 nationally
2011- Paul Jesperson #136 nationally
2012- Sam Dekker #13 nationally
2013- Duane Wilson #51 nationally
2014- Kevon Looney #10 nationally
2015- Diamond Stone #6 nationally
2016- Kostas Antetokounmpo #89 nationally
2017- Terrence Lewis #116 nationally
2018- Tyler Herro #36 nationally
2019- Marcus Domask, David Skogman, Deontay Long, and Days?
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fortfan
People, don’t just vote.  If you disagree, then which year has been worse?
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gstacy
based on one player?
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dawgstyle
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db11
I'm gonna have to dig a little deeper when I have time, as I think two classes may come close, but it does seem as if 2019 is the most lacking of the "WSN Era."
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gstacy
I saw the D3 title game so I thought the best player was the ML PG then Ace, then Marcus or Jones. But Marcus definitely has some game. I would also take Ivory over him.
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db11
Looking back, there's a pretty consistent theme of 4-5 solid D1 guys and then a quick drop thru mid-majors/D2s to D3. We really were spoiled by the class of 2018.

Interestingly, 2017 appears to be one of the weakest of this time frame. 2016 is very top-heavy, but at least has some name guys.

I thought 2011 might be the one, but despite a lack of big-name guys there were many D1s (even excluding the SJNMA Prep School guys littering the top 15) and quite a few who would go on to contribute to NCAA Tourney teams, if not at their original school.
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