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VirginiaPreps Class of 2012 Top Basketball Prospects

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Andrew WhiteF
Chester, VAMiller School

The offers keep rolling in for Rivals.com Top 150 prospect! Andrew White can do a little bit of everything. White has good size at 6-foot-6 and 210 pounds. White averaged 19 points and eight rebounds a game last season for Miller School. He currently plays AAU basketball for Team Loaded (Richmond, Va). Rivals.com rates him as the No. 142 player in the 2012 class and No. 33 small forward.

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4 stars6'6"210Kansas
#2Jamal FergusonG
Norfolk, VAMaury

VirginiaPreps Hoops "Guru" Matthew Hatfield on Ferguson: "Strong attacking the rim, especially from the right, Ferguson will get better with maturity and improving his defensive court awareness, which will happen over time with more experience. You can see his athleticism in the open court and I anticipate some really good performances from as he gets more comfortable on the AAU circuit and starts to find his niche." Ferguson chose Marquette over several high-profile Division I College Basketball programs that were also recruiting him. Virginia, Virginia Tech, Xavier, Maryland, Clemson and Georgetown were among some of the schools that had either offered or expressed heavy interest with Ferguson picking Marquette over Georgetown in the end.

3 stars6'3"170Marquette
#3Brandon BoldenC
Sumter (S.C.), NCQuality Education Academy

Celtics South AAU coach George Burgess spoke about Bolden, who will played this past season for the Miller School, just outside of Charlottesville. "He's 6-foot-10 and about 200 pounds right now, and he has a 7-foot-3 wing span. He's kind of in the mold of a Chris Bosh type, in terms of a mobile big man." Committed to Georgetown!

3 stars6'10"200Georgetown
#4Arnaud Adala MotoF
Alexandria, VAEpiscopal

Hatfield says "Moto has a big-time motor and often times is a difference maker on the court, which was seen when he was out due to injury for Team Takeover at Peach Jam and they fell to BABC. He has a very high ceiling and could really blossom by his sophomore or junior year at the collegiate level."

3 stars6'6"205Wake Forest
#5Joshua FortuneG
Hampton, VAKecoughtan

Fortune decided to end the recruiting process early, even before the beginning of his junior year, with the decision to give Coach Keno Davis and the Providence Friars from the Big East a verbal commitment. In the AAU National Championships earlier this summer in Orlando, Fortune really stood out for Boo Williams' 16 & Under travel team in a game where he scored 36 points and nailed eight three-pointers against the Southern Kings.

3 stars6'5"180Providence
#6Seth AllenG
Fredericksburg, VAFredericksburg Christian

"I have to work on my pull up, mid range game, but so far it hasn't been a problem, because I can get around defenders and finish at the rim," said Allen. "I can play either guard, but feel more comfortable with the ball in my hands." Was the first commitment for new Maryland basketball coach Mark Turgeon.

3 stars6'2"180Maryland
#7Frank MasonG
Woodstock, VAMassanutten Military Academy

Last season for the Petersburg Crimson Wave, Mason was the highest scoring player in the entire state at the Group AAA level at 27.4 points per game to go with his averages of 5.0 rebounds, 3.8 assists and 2.7 steals a contest. He also sank 63 three-pointers and shot 69% from the foul line. Named the Central District Player of the Year as a junior and an All-State First Team selection by VirginiaPreps.com, Mason reportedly also holds offers from Kent State in the Mid-American Conference, George Mason in the Colonial and Tennessee State of the Ohio Valley Conference.

4 stars5'11"160Kansas
#8Andre WashingtonC
Rocky Mount, VAHargrave Military Academy

VirginaPreps.com staffer Will Garlick wrote of Washington earlier this year following the Richmond Showdown event: "Displayed a mean streak and a toughness I haven't seen in his game before. Almost all of Washington's points came off of two-handed dunks. Washington also had half a dozen block shots as he was the dominant big man (defensively) at the tournament.

3 stars6'10"200Wake Forest
#9Mo Alie-CoxF
Middleburg, VAMiddleburg Academy

In his first season at Middleburg Academy after transferring over from South County, Alie-Cox averaged 16.3 points, 12.1 rebounds and just over 7.0 blocks per game, helping the Dragons to a 26-5 overall record that ended with a loss to Norfolk Christian in the VISAA Division II Private School State Championship. He was a force and the basket, and is confident that will continue at the next level.

2 stars6'6"235VCU
#10Richard SmithF
Chester, VAChesterfield Community

Check out more of basketball prospect rankings at the links below:

*****Class of 2012: Top Ten | Top 175 + MORE*****

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*****Class of 2015:  SUPER SIXTY ******

******Complete Hoops Rankings-All Classes ******

6'7"228Kent St.

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