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Gary Clark Makes A Big Jump In Final Rivals Rankings

The oldest recruiting "service" around has rated Clark as the #87 player in the country. It is a massive jump for Clark from the initial round of evaluations. His monster senior season played a huge part in it.

The rivals blurb.

Finally, the two biggest climbers in the final Rivals150 settle in one after another. Michigan-bound D.J. Wilson rose all the way to No. 86 from No. 135 while Cincinnati-bound forward Gary Clark used a monster senior season to rise a whopping 58 spots from No. 145 to No. 87.

In the end the only recruiting service not to have clark ranked among the top 100 is Scout. Even then I think that rating will prove to be too low by the time that Clark is done with the Bearcats. He might not have the most polished post up game in his class, but he is simply a phenomenal scorer from 10 feet and in. That's why I am so high on Clark.


Quadri Moore also made the final cut for the Rivals 150 coming in at #113. Depending on how the rest of the late signing period goes the Bearcats could wind up with another top 25 class like last years, or they could stick where they are if they go with transfers.