College Basketball Recruiting: Greatest Asset of Each Top Player in 2014 Class

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College Basketball Recruiting: Greatest Asset of Each Top Player in 2014 Class
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Although Andrew Wiggins’ commitment to Kansas is putting the 2013 recruiting class in today’s headlines, coaches around college basketball are well aware that it’s already time to worry about their 2014 recruits. As the nation’s best high schoolers prepare for their senior seasons, many have already established top-tier skills that they can count on to earn them playing time at the college level.

One prime example of that phenomenon is athletic SF Jalen Lindsey, set to take over Wiggins’ starting job at Huntington Prep. Lindsey may not have his predecessor’s versatility, but he can throw down a dunk with highlight-reel panache.

Herein, a closer look at Lindsey's finishing ability and the biggest strengths of the rest of ESPN’s top 20 recruits for 2014.

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