Every year, some of the best guards in the nation aren't ranked in the Top 10 in their recruiting class.
In fact, a couple PGs and SGs each season are not even in the Top 50.
Last year, Trey Burke, Michigan's high-production PG, was listed as the No. 84 class of 2011 recruit in the country.
In 2010-11, Maryland's Terrell Stoglin was No. 97, and Michigan's Tim Hardaway Jr. was No. 93. Looks like John Beilein and his Wolverine coaching staff can find some undervalued back court recruits.
Here is a list of the 10 most underrated guards who have yet to decide where they are going to take their talents to.
I guarantee that a few of these players are going to impact, not only the future teams that they play on, but even the 2013-14 college basketball season.