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College Basketball Recruiting: B/R's October Ranking of the Top 2013 Recruits

Josh SchochAnalyst IIIOctober 4, 2012

College Basketball Recruiting: B/R's October Ranking of the Top 2013 Recruits

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    Well, folks, it's been three months since the first ranking of the top 100 college basketball recruits in the class of 2013. It's time to update the list.

    While Jabari Parker still reigns supreme, there have been substantial changes to the following 99 players. The gap is closing on Parker, as some players have moved up while others moved down the list.

    Now it's time to sum it all up.

    *Note: These rankings have been based on a combination of my own observations and those of ESPN, Scout and Rivals. I use my observations whenever possible, but I have used these other recruiting services to varying degrees.

No. 100-76

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    100. SG Jaron Hopkins, Colorado

    99. PG Jairus Lyles, VCU

    98. SF Roschon Prince, USC

    97. SG Jordan Mathews, California

    96. PG Jaren Sina, Northwestern

    95. C Luke Fischer, Indiana

    94. SG Devon Hall, Virginia

    93. PG Josh Brown, Temple

    92. SF Jordan Bell, Undecided

    91. PG Marcus Allen, Stanford

    90. C Maverick Morgan, Illinois

    89. SF Dakarai Allen, San Diego State

    88. SF V.J. Beachem, Notre Dame

    87. PG Bryson Scott, Purdue

    86. PF Akoy Agau, Louisville

    85. PG Kendal Harris, USC

    84. PG Bronson Koenig, Wisconsin

    83. PG Wes Clark, Missouri

    82. PF Kris Jenkins, Villanova

    81. PF Shannon Hale, Alabama

    80. PG Aquille Carr, Seton Hall

    79. PG Stevie Clark, Undecided

    78. PG Nick Emery, BYU

    77. PF Damian Jones, Vanderbilt

    76. PG Detrick Mostella, Undecided

No. 75-51

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    75. SG Malcolm Hill, Illinois

    74. SG Tim Quarterman, LSU

    73. PF Kentan Facey, Connecticut

    72. PF Reggie Cameron, Georgetown

    71. C Eric Mika, BYU

    70. SG Kendall Stephens, Purdue

    69. PF Mike Young, Pittsburgh

    68. SG Kameron Williams, Ohio State

    67. PF Zena Edosomwan, Harvard

    66. SF Deonte Burton, Marquette

    65. PG Duane Wilson, Marquette

    64. PF Marc Loving, Ohio State

    63. PF Kyle Washington, North Carolina State

    62. PF Moses Kingsey, Arkansas

    61. C John Egbunu, South Florida

    60. SF Brandon Austin, Undecided

    59. PF Derrick Griffin, Texas A&M

    58. PG Solomon Poole, Georgia Tech

    57. SG Allerik Freeman, UCLA

    56. C Karviar Shepard, Undecided

    55. PG Kendrick Nunn, Illinois

    54. PG Nigel Williams-Goss, Washington

    53. PF Jordan Mickey, LSU

    52. C Jimmie Taylor, Alabama

    51. SG Markel Crawford, Memphis

No. 50-26

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    50. PG Derrick Walton, Michigan

    49. SG Stanford Robinson, Indiana

    48. PG Roddy Peters, Undecided

    47. SG JaJuan Johnson, Undecided

    46. PF Johnathan Williams III, Undecided

    45. C Dominic Woodson, Undecided

    44. C BeeJay Anya, Undecided

    43. SF Christian Wood, UNLV

    42. SG Matt Thomas, Iowa State

    41. SG Zak Irvin, Michigan

    40. SF Ishmail Wainright, Undecided

    39. PF Tyler Roberson, Undecided

    38. SG Rysheed Jordan, Undecided

    37. SG Matt Jones, Duke

    36. SG Xavier Raythan-Mayes, Undecided

    35. SG Anton Gill, Louisville

    34. SF Troy Williams, Undecided

    33. PG Conner Frankamp, Kansas

    32. SG Brannen Greene, Kansas

    31. SG Sindarius Thornwell, South Carolina

    30. SF Kuran Iverson, Memphis

    29. PF Marcus Lee, Undecided

    28. PG Zach LaVine, UCLA

    27. C Kennedy Meeks, Undecided

    26. SF Semi Ojeleye, Duke

25. Nick King, Memphis

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    Position: SF

    Height: 6'6"

    Weight: 210 pounds

    Considering: Memphis (committed)

    Previous Ranking: 17

     

    Nick King is an athletic wing with an unstoppable inside-outside game. He can slice through the lane and score in the paint or pull up from behind the arc and consistently knock down threes.

    He is a dangerous threat on offense, but he is far from being one-dimensional. Because he is so athletic, King can defend most wings by staying in front of them and not giving up separation.

    I love his athleticism. NBA scouts will surely be taking notice of him at Memphis.

24. Tyler Ennis, Syracuse

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    Position: PG

    Height: 6'2"

    Weight: 180 pounds

    Considering: Syracuse (committed)

    Previous Ranking: 24

     

    Holding steady at No. 24, Tyler Ennis is Syracuse's point guard of the future. He is freakishly quick and will be able to run the team's fast-paced offense.

    Ennis is at his best with the ball in his hands. He can beat defenders and either score or set up a teammate.

    He is nearly impossible to stop in transition. Once he's in the open court, it's tough to stay in front of him. That will make him a big part of Jim Boeheim's game plan.

23. Keith Frazier, Undecided

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    Position: SG

    Height: 6'5"

    Weight: 190 pounds

    Considering: Arizona, Florida, LSU, Memphis, Providence, SMU, Texas, Texas A&M

    Previous Ranking: 10

     

    Keith Frazier is similar to Nick King. Frazier also has an inside-outside offensive game, thanks to his nice release on his jump shot and his ability to finish above the rim.

    Frazier has a great frame for his position and can elevate over smaller players to create separation against big men.

    While he isn't as athletic as King, Frazier has a more polished game. He is ready for the college game and will have a big impact at the next level.

22. Jermaine Lawrence, Undecided

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    Position: PF

    Height: 6'9"

    Weight: 190 pounds

    Considering: Cincinnati, Florida, Kansas, Kentucky, Rutgers, St. John's, Syracuse, UCLA, UNLV

    Previous Ranking: 27

     

    Jermaine Lawrence is a lanky power forward with a lot of potential. He is still very skinny but has a great frame that could fill out nicely.

    Lawrence is a great athlete who runs the floor well. He is a tough matchup because of his size and mobility, and he can frequently be seen scoring in transition.

    Lawrence has cited Florida, Rutgers and Syracuse in his top three, and I see him joining the Orange. He is the type of athlete Jim Boeheim loves in his 2-3 defense, and Lawrence would benefit greatly from playing alongside Tyler Ennis.

21. Demetrius Jackson, Notre Dame

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    Position: PG

    Height: 6'1"

    Weight: 170 pounds

    Considering: Notre Dame (committed)

    Previous Ranking: 35

     

    Demetrius Jackson is a diverse player. He has all kinds of different skills, which allow him to be an elite point guard.

    Not only does he have the natural size, strength and speed, but Jackson has a solid jumper, the ability to drive, excellent court vision and impressive passing skills.

    Jackson's commitment to Notre Dame was huge for the Irish. They desperately needed a good point guard before they joined the ACC, and Jackson has filled that void.

20. Nate Britt, North Carolina

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    Position: PG

    Height: 6'1"

    Weight: 165 pounds

    Considering: North Carolina (committed)

    Previous Ranking: 26

     

    Nate Britt is a versatile point guard who will be running Roy Williams' offense in a few years. While he will be behind Marcus Paige at first, Britt will soon get his day at North Carolina.

    Unlike most point guards his age, Britt is able to push an offense in transition and to slow things down and control the game in the half-court set. He can find ways to the basket and either finish or kick it out to a teammate.

    While his size may keep him from penetrating too often in college, he is still an effective passer in the lane.

    Britt has an unusually developed floor game. That helps him make it as a top-25 recruit.

19. Wayne Selden, Undecided

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    Position: SG

    Height: 6'5"

    Weight: 220 pounds

    Considering: Florida, Kansas, Missouri, Ohio State, Syracuse, UCLA

    Previous Ranking: 21

     

    Wayne Selden is one of the top athletes in the class of 2013, which allows him to be an explosive wing.

    He has the body and the ability to slash through the lane against his age level, and he is still an effective wing against older, more mature player.

    Selden is a work in progress, but he has all the natural tools to be a star. With a little work from an elite coach (which seems to be all he has on his list), he could be a stud.

18. Isaac Hamilton, Undecided

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    Position: SG

    Height: 6'5"

    Weight: 185 pounds

    Considering: Baylor, San Diego State, UNLV, UTEP, Washington

    Previous Ranking: 12

     

    Isaac Hamilton is a scoring machine. While his jumper is streaky, when it's on he is next to impossible to stop, thanks to his impressive inside game.

    While he isn't as athletic as Wayne Selden, he is a better shooting guard because he is a player, not just an athlete.

    With the ability to score, pass and defend well, Hamilton affects the game on multiple levels. He is one of the best shooting guards in the class of 2013.

    He would be a huge signing for one of the smaller schools on his list.

17. SG Robert Hubbs, Tennessee

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    Position: SG

    Height: 6'5"

    Weight: 185 pounds

    Considering: Tennessee (committed)

    Previous Ranking: 11

     

    Robert Hubbs is a combination of Wayne Selden and Isaac Hamilton.

    He is a good athlete like Selden and a polished shooting guard like Hamilton. However, he is not quite up to the same level as either player in either aspect, but he is solid in both areas.

    Hubbs needs to get stronger, but once he does that, he will become an explosive athlete like Selden. If he can then develop his jumper, we could see him turn out to be one of the best players in this class.

16. Austin Nichols, Undecided

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    Position: PF

    Height: 6'8"

    Weight: 200 pounds

    Considering: Virginia, Vanderbilt, Duke, Tennessee, Memphis, Auburn

    Previous Ranking: 34

     

    Austin Nichols plays like a true big man but has the body of a wing. His narrow shoulders and skinny frame don't supply the strength that he will need to bang inside at the college level. That is the biggest concern about him.

    However, Nichols is a very skilled player. He runs the floor well for a big man, can score inside with his back turned or knock down a short jumper. He can rebound well and has excellent skills in the paint. Everything is there for him to be a great player except for the body.

    If Nichols can make a concentrated effort to add muscle, he has the skills to make the most of it.

15. Jabari Bird, California

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    Position: SG

    Height: 6'6"

    Weight: 190 pounds

    Considering: California (committed)

    Previous Ranking: 13

     

    At 6'6", Jabari Bird has one of the best frames for a shooting guard in this class. He is a physically gifted player with great height and athleticism, which makes him a difficult matchup for any defender.

    Bird's length and athleticism make him seem like a wing, but he is too good of a ball-handler and has the range to be a shooting guard. He can lead a team like a point guard and can stroke it from beyond 25 feet, making him a superb shooting guard.

    Bird is the type of player who makes his teammates better while still putting up huge numbers. He is going to have a huge impact on a Cal program that needs a stud like him.

14. Isaiah Hicks, North Carolina

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    Position: PF

    Height: 6'9"

    Weight: 210 pounds

    Considering: North Carolina (committed)

    Previous Ranking: 9

     

    Isaiah Hicks' body may be a work in progress, but his game sure isn't. The growing power forward plays like a veteran in the paint, scoring in a variety of ways and blocking shots like John Henson. (Carolina fans are loving that reference).

    Hicks is an athletic big man who could easily be about the same size as Henson when he arrives at UNC. Two more inches and another 10 pounds puts him at the same vitals, and his athleticism matches that of the former Tar Heel great.

    What's scary about Hicks is that he may be slightly better than Henson. He is slightly more versatile and is more explosive as well. He has all the tools to be better than Henson if he stays at UNC for three years.

    Tar Heel fans should be salivating at the idea of combining this kid with point guards Marcus Paige and Nate Britt.

13. Bobby Portis, Arkansas

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    Position: PF

    Height: 6'9"

    Weight: 225 pounds

    Considering: Arkansas (committed)

    Previous Ranking: 14

     

    Bobby Portis is a mature power forward who knows his role in the paint. He plays extremely well with his back to the basket, and he has the body to compete at the next level.

    Unfortunately, just because he knows his role doesn't mean that he always sticks to it. Portis has a nice jumper, but at times he will settle for a 15-footer instead of driving against a smaller defender.

    Don't get me wrong, Portis is an exceptional big man who will be an absolute star for Arkansas. But he has flaws like any other player.

12. Rondae Jefferson, Arizona

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    Position: SF

    Height: 6'7"

    Weight: 215 pounds

    Considering: Arizona (committed)

    Previous Ranking: 25

     

    Rondae Jefferson is a true wing. He is a long, athletic player with great size and strength, but he doesn't let that control his game, as he is still a fluid player.

    Jefferson is a good rebounder and ball-handler, which makes one of his favorite moves to rebound the ball on the defensive glass and start the break himself. His athleticism makes him tough to stop in transition, but there's one flaw in his game.

    Jefferson doesn't have a good jumper. He has poor range compared to other small forwards, and he isn't all that consistent. However, if he can add a smooth shot to his arsenal of weapons, he will be one of the best players in this class.

11. Jarell Martin, Undecided

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    Position: PF

    Height: 6'7"

    Weight: 210 pounds

    Considering: Alabama, Louisville, LSU, Oklahoma State, St. John's, Texas A&M, UCLA

    Previous Ranking: 15

     

    Jarrell Martin is one of the biggest question marks in this class. Since he didn't play high school ball until his junior season, it's no wonder that he is a relative unknown, but that doesn't change the fact that he is a hit-or-miss guy.

    From what we have seen, we know that he is an incredibly gifted athlete who is one of the best players in the class in transition, but he struggles at times when he is forced to slow down. His length and athleticism make him tough to stop from slashing through the lane for easy baskets or rebounds, and he has a nice jumper.

    With his potential, we could easily see Martin rise to be one of the best players in college basketball in a few seasons. However, we could also see him flop and do almost nothing in college except be an athlete.

    I'm leaning toward the first option. He has all the makings of a future pro.

10. Anthony Barber, North Carolina State

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    Position: PG

    Height: 6'2"

    Weight: 185 pounds

    Considering: North Carolina State (committed)

    Previous Ranking: 43

     

    To be honest, I'm not sure how Anthony Barber slipped by me last time. I've been kicking myself for rankings him as low as No. 43, and I couldn't wait to update these rankings in part because of that.

    Now that I've seen this kid play a few more times, it's shocking to think that I put him outside of the top 15 or 20 players in the class.

    Seeing Barber play makes it look like everyone else on the court has bricks in their shoes. He is simply so fast and explosive that he sprints by defenders before they even realize what he's done. OK, maybe that's a bit of an exaggeration, but he is really, really fast.

    Along with his pure athleticism, there's no denying that he is a true point guard. He has great court vision, passing skills and feel for the game. Once he is surrounded by a group of athletes at N.C. State, the college basketball world needs to watch out.

9. Chris Walker, Florida

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    Position: PF

    Height: 6'10"

    Weight: 195 pounds

    Considering: Florida (committed)

    Previous Ranking: 7

     

    With the height of a big man and the athleticism of a guard, Chris Walker is a true combo forward.

    He can run the floor extremely well for his size and can play inside. While he'll need to add more muscle in order to bang down low at the next level, most big men gain a lot of weight after they enter college.

    Walker needs to be careful that he doesn't lose any of his athleticism if he adds too much muscle. If that happens, he will have to become a full-time big man.

    However, he has what it takes to be a great player for Billy Donovan's Gators, and it would be foolish to expect anything else from him.

    After all, look at what Anthony Davis, a player with a similar skill-set, did for Kentucky last season.

8. James Young, Undecided

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    Position: SG

    Height: 6'5"

    Weight: 210 pounds

    Considering: Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan State, Syracuse

    Previous Ranking: 8

     

    James Young is one of quite a few players to hold steady in the rankings.

    He is one of the most mature players in this class. He knows the game inside and out, which makes him more than just a scorer. Young affects the game in so many other ways besides scoring that it's rare to find anyone with his maturity—especially a high-schooler.

    He plays excellent defense, can distribute well and knows how to make a defense focus on him so that his teammates are free to score.

    Young is a versatile shooting guard with the ability to go off for 20 points on any given night if needed to help his team win. He's the type of player that I would absolutely love to have on my team. He just wants to win.

7. Kasey Hill, Florida

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    Position: PG

    Height: 6'0"

    Weight: 170 pounds

    Considering: Florida (committed)

    Previous Ranking: 6

     

    Kasey Hill is the second-best point guard I've seen in my three years of covering college basketball recruiting. He has a bright future with a professional career in front of him, and I can't wait to see him at Florida.

    Hill is a quick and aggressive guard who can get to the rim with ease. While his body isn't made for finishing at the college level, he can still dish it out of the lane like no point guard in the last three college recruiting classes.

    Hill is going to be a star at Florida for however long he is there, and Gator Nation should be excited to see him on campus.

6. Noah Vonleh, Undecided

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    Position: PF

    Height: 6'8"

    Weight: 220 pounds

    Considering: Arizona, Boston College, Connecticut, Duke, Georgetown, Indiana, Kentucky, Kansas, Louisville, Marquette, Maryland, North Carolina, Ohio State, Pittsburgh, Providence, Syracuse, Texas, UCLA

    Previous Ranking: NR

     

    After his reclassification to the class of 2013, Noah Vonleh immediately locks up the No. 6 spot on this list.

    Vonleh has a developing body and great athleticism. He is still young and improving, yet Vonleh has proven that he is a versatile player who could easily be a star in college and the pros.

    With the ability to play as either a star or a facilitator, Vonleh is a tremendous combo forward with a lot of potential.

5. Aaron Gordon, Undecided

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    Position: PF

    Height: 6'7"

    Weight: 210 pounds

    Considering: Oregon, Washington, Kansas, Arizona, California, Kentucky, New Mexico, Stanford

    Previous Ranking: 5

     

    Arguably the top athlete in this class, Aaron Gordon has the bounce and explosiveness of an elite wing.

    As a combo forward, Gordon can get to the rim and finish well, or he can set up a teammate with an assist. He can also stick with just about any opponent on defense, or block shots from the paint.

    Gordon is more of an athlete than a player at this point. But once he refines his jump shot, he will be next to unstoppable.

4. Aaron Harrison, Kentucky

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    Position: SG

    Height: 6'5"

    Weight: 210 pounds

    Considering: Maryland, Kentucky

    Previous Ranking: 4

     

    Aaron Harrison is not simply one twin in a package deal that will announce its decision on Thursday, he is one of the top players in the country and the No. 1 shooting guard.

    Aaron is a long, athletic guard with great size and ability for his position. He can drive through the lane, hit a pull-up jumper or knock down threes from behind the arc.

    Aaron is highly skilled, and we all know that one of his best aspects is that there are two of him.

    Update: Aaron and his twin, Andrew, picked Kentucky on Thursday

3. Andrew Harrison, Kentucky

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    Position: PG

    Height: 6'5"

    Weight: 210 pounds

    Considering: Maryland, Kentucky

    Previous Ranking: 3

     

    Andrew Harrison is just like his brother in terms of a great body, athleticism and a polished game.

    That these two will be playing together is almost unfair. They can immediately turn a mediocre team into a Top-25 team, or an NCAA Tournament team into a national contender.

    Both teams on their short list have great players. Seven-footer Alex Len gives Maryland an inside presence to complement the twins, and we all know that John Calipari brings in talent by the boatload at Kentucky.

    No matter where these two go, they'll be absolute stars for one year before taking off to the NBA, and fans need to enjoy what could be the last year we see them together.

    Update: Andrew and his twin, Aaron, picked Kentucky on Thursday

2. Julius Randle, Undecided

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    Position: PF

    Height: 6'9"

    Weight: 225 pounds

    Considering: Kentucky, N.C. State, Florida, Texas, Kansas, Oklahoma

    Previous Ranking: 2

     

    After cutting his list of schools to six, Julius Randle has become a hot topic of conversation in the recruiting world.

    Randle is an elite power forward and the best big man in this class. There is no doubt why Randle is receiving so much attention. He can play incredibly well inside, but he also has the athleticism and touch to face the basket and either drive or knock down a short jumper.

    The only weaknesses in Randle's game are hard to find. His jumper looks flat at times, and there are nights when he's just plain off.

    Everybody has weaknesses, but Randle's are so minute that he could easily have been the top overall recruit in any other class. Unfortunately, there's another player in this class who is even better than him.

1. Jabari Parker, Undecided

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    Position: SF

    Height: 6'8"

    Weight: 220 pounds

    Considering: BYU, UConn, DePaul, Duke, Florida, Georgetown, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan State, North Carolina, Stanford

    Previous Ranking: 1

     

    Holding steady as the No. 1 player in the class of 2013, Jabari Parker is the best player in the nation and has even been called the best player since LeBron James.

    Parker is an incredibly gifted wing who can do anything that is asked of him. He can drive through the lane, hit a jumper, create for teammates, play tight defense, block shots and more. The list of his skills and what he does with them goes on and on.

    Playing with great energy and urgency, Parker utilizes his incredible natural talents and those that he has developed like a thoroughbred. He has one of the best games in the country at any age level.

Complete Top 100

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    1. SF Jabari Parker, Undecided

    2. PF Julius Randle, Undecided

    3. PG Andrew Harrison, Undecided

    4. SG Aaron Harrison, Undecided

    5. PF Aaron Gordon, Undecided

    6. PF Noah Vonleh, Undecided

    7. PG Kasey Hill, Florida

    8. SG James Young, Undecided

    9. PF Chris Walker, Florida

    10. PG Anthony Barber, North Carolina State

    11. PF Jarell Martin, Undecided

    12. SF Rondae Jefferson, Arizona

    13. PF Bobby Portis, Arkansas

    14. PF Isaiah Hicks, North Carolina

    15. SG Jabari Bird, California

    16. PF Austin Nichols, Undecided

    17. SG Robert Hubbs, Tennessee

    18. SG Isaac Hamilton, Undecided

    19. SF Wayne Selden, Undecided

    20. PG Nate Britt, North Carolina

    21. PG Demetrius Jackson, Notre Dame

    22. PF Jermaine Lawrence, Undecided

    23. SG Keith Frazier, Undecided

    24. PG Tyler Ennis, Syracuse

    25. SF Nick King, Memphis

    26. SF Semi Ojeleye, Duke

    27. C Kennedy Meeks, Undecided

    28. PG Zach LaVine, UCLA

    29. PF Marcus Lee, Undecided

    30. SF Kuran Iverson, Memphis

    31. SG Sindarius Thornwell, South Carolina

    32. SG Brannen Greene, Kansas

    33. PG Conner Frankamp, Kansas

    34. SF Troy Williams, Undecided

    35. SG Anton Gill, Louisville

    36. SG Xavier Raythan-Mayes, Undecided

    37. SG Matt Jones, Duke

    38. SG Rysheed Jordan, Undecided

    39. PF Tyler Roberson, Undecided

    40. SF Ishmail Wainright, Undecided

    41. SG Zak Irvin, Michigan

    42. SG Matt Thomas, Iowa State

    43. SF Christian Wood, UNLV

    44. C BeeJay Anya, Undecided

    45. C Dominic Woodson, Undecided

    46. PF Johnathan Williams III, Undecided

    47. SG JaJuan Johnson, Undecided

    48. PG Roddy Peters, Undecided

    49. SG Stanford Robinson, Indiana

    50. PG Derrick Walton, Michigan

    51. SG Markel Crawford, Memphis

    52. C Jimmie Taylor, Alabama

    53. PF Jordan Mickey, LSU

    54. PG Nigel Williams-Goss, Washington

    55. PG Kendrick Nunn, Illinois

    56. C Karviar Shepard, Undecided

    57. SG Allerik Freeman, UCLA

    58. PG Solomon Poole, Georgia Tech

    59. PF Derrick Griffin, Texas A&M

    60. SF Brandon Austin, Undecided

    61. C John Egbunu, South Florida

    62. PF Moses Kingsey, Arkansas

    63. PF Kyle Washington, North Carolina State

    64. PF Marc Loving, Ohio State

    65. PG Duane Wilson, Marquette

    66. SF Deonte Burton, Marquette

    67. PF Zena Edosomwan, Harvard

    68. SG Kameron Williams, Ohio State

    69. PF Mike Young, Pittsburgh

    70. SG Kendall Stephens, Purdue

    71. C Eric Mika, BYU

    72. PF Reggie Cameron, Georgetown

    73. PF Kentan Facey, Connecticut

    74. SG Tim Quarterman, Undecided

    75. SG Malcolm Hill, Illinois

    76. PG Detrick Mostella, Undecided

    77. PF Damian Jones, Vanderbilt

    78. PG Nick Emery, BYU

    79. PG Stevie Clark, Undecided

    80. PG Aquille Carr, Seton Hall

    81. PF Shannon Hale, Alabama

    82. PF Kris Jenkins, Villanova

    83. PG Wes Clark, Missouri

    84. PG Bronson Koenig, Wisconsin

    85. PG Kendal Harris, USC

    86. PF Akoy Agau, Louisville

    87. PG Bryson Scott, Purdue

    88. SF V.J. Beachem, Notre Dame

    89. SF Dakarai Allen, San Diego State

    90. C Maverick Morgan, Illinois

    91. PG Marcus Allen, Stanford

    92. SF Jordan Bell, Undecided

    93. PG Josh Brown, Temple

    94. SG Devon Hall, Virginia

    95. C Luke Fischer, Indiana

    96. PG Jaren Sina, Northwestern

    97. SG Jordan Mathews, California

    98. SF Roschon Prince, USC

    99. PG Jairus Lyles, VCU

    100. SG Jaron Hopkins, Colorado

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