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ESPNU Top 100 Recruits: 4
Best Recruit: SF Shabazz Muhammad
Previous Ranking: 1
Remaining atop the class rankings this month, Ben Howland's UCLA Bruins brings in the best tandem in the nation next year. Not just the best pair of freshmen, but the best pair of players in the country for the 2012-13 season.
Kyle Anderson and Shabazz Muhammad are a fearsome combination.
Anderson is a 6'9" point guard who is both an incredible scoring threat and gifted point guard. Muhammad is a freak of an athlete who could have played in the NBA this season if the one-and-done rule wasn't in place, and he will be one of the nation's top scorers.
This class does not stop at those two, however, as Howland is also bringing in PF Tony Parker, who I ranked No. 24 in the nation. Parker is a big-bodied forward who can carve out space on the low post and can finish with an array of moves with his back to the basket.
SF Jordan Adams is also headed to Westwood, ranked No. 40 in the nation. He is another great athlete who can work with Muhammad or fill in for him when he is on the bench.
UCLA has one of the best classes we've seen in recent years, and the Bruins have the top class in the nation as the class rankings end.
Thanks to those who have followed along every month, and be sure to look out for my class rankings for the Class of 2013.