Jabari Parker is the top college basketball recruit in the nation, but that's not to say schools don't have a few things to be wary of with him.
I can understand how that could be a little hard to believe.
After all, Sports Illustrated already proclaimed the 17-year-old the best high school player since LeBron James.
Lofty praise, but he has the skills to match the hype.
Parker features an amazingly polished game for someone so young and always seems to make the correct basketball play.
Not only that, he has the personality to match his skills. He's very intelligent on and off the court and his Mormon beliefs have a heavy impact on his life and character.
Recently, Parker narrowed down his list of schools to 10.
Whichever of these programs lands Parker will get an instant star. He's the type of impact player that can change the direction of a school or put a team back onto the map.
However, despite being what seems to be the total package, there are still a few flaws in his game and situation that teams should be wary of.