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And here’s where the list comes up on its slightly questionable side. Trust me, this is no disrespect to Philly rhyme kicker Meek Mill or anything of that nature but if you want to think back – Meek was more unknown than unknown before Ross picked him up for his work on Ashes to Ashes. In terms of being noteworthy, he might be the most unrecognizable rapper on the list of freshmen but that also means he has the most to prove. Ross seems to have a smart business hand when it comes to picking players for the team. Hopefully Meek pans out more than some of the others “illustrious” freshmen who crashed and burned.

2011 XXL Freshman Freestyles: Kendrick Lamar | Yelawolf
| Diggy Simmons
| Lil B