Fairview, N.J. (St. Anthony)
While some consider him to be the top point guard in his class, Anderson is nicknamed Slow-Mo (which describes the speed at which he runs an offense), making him more likely to play point forward in college. Georgetown would be thrilled to put him in the middle of its hybrid Princeton offense, but it will have to fend off other Big East suitors.
C, 6'10", 280 lbs.
DeWitt, N.Y. (Jamesville-DeWitt)
Coleman, a space-clearing beast with advanced footwork for his size, plays just 10 minutes east of the Carrier Dome and won a state title alongside current Syracuse guard Brandon Triche. The Orange isn't guaranteed to land him, though; Kentucky and Ohio State, two schools known for big-time post players, are also in the mix.
PF, 6'8", 210 lbs.
Oakland (Bishop O'Dowd)
Ashley is the No. 1 California prospect in a down year for the state; he's viewed as an athletic forward with excellent timing around the basket who's still growing into his long frame and broad shoulders. He could be the best 2012 recruit to land in what will be the Pac-12. He has offers from all of the league's current schools.