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Top 10: Best scorers in 2011 class

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Each week, Rivals.com recruiting analysts will break down the top 10 in a different category. This week's top 10: scorers.
1. Austin Rivers
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School: Winter Park (Fla.)
The Buzz: Rivers' position at the top of the Rivals150 is largely due to his prodigious scoring ability, which will easily translate at Duke.
2. Brad Beal
School: St. Louis (Mo.) Chaminade
The Buzz: Florida is known for its scoring guards, and it will add one of the best in the country in Beal next year.
3. Quincy Miller
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School: High Point (N.C.) Westchester Country Day
The Buzz: Miller, who is headed to Baylor, has one of the best combinations of length and shooting ability in the 2011 class.
4. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope
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School: Greenville (Ga.)
The Buzz: Georgia will take full advantage of Caldwell-Pope's ability to score inside and out.
5. D'Angelo Harrison
School: Fort Bend (Texas) Dulles
The Buzz: Arguably the top scorer during the past travel team circuit, Harrison is headed to St. John's.
6. Michael Carter-Williams
School: Hamilton (R.I.) St. Andrews
The Buzz: Carter-Williams will be a crafty ballhandler and scorer for Syracuse.
7. Jabari Brown
School: Oakland (Calif.)
The Buzz: Headed to Oregon, Brown is arguably the top shooter in the 2011 class.
8. Ryan Boatright
School: Aurora (Ill.) East
The Buzz: Boatright, a slippery player with the ball, will try to fill the shoes of Kemba Walker for Connecticut.
9. Cezar Guerrero
School: Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco
The Buzz: Still uncommitted, Guerrero is one of the top scoring lead guards in the country.
10. Trevor Lacey
School: Huntsville (Al.) Butler
The Buzz: Also uncommitted, Lacey has been one of the top scorers in the country the past two high school seasons.