Ranking the Top 10 Wings in the 2014 College Basketball Recruiting Class

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Ranking the Top 10 Wings in the 2014 College Basketball Recruiting Class
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The ink is still drying on the letters of intent for the 2013 college basketball recruiting class (Andrew Wiggins, like any good guest of honor, was fashionably late), but it’s already time to turn our attention to the class of 2014 (yes, the offseason is quite long).

There are a number of ways to break down the immense talent in this group, but let’s give the wing players a little love today. After all, they are the ones who throw down most of the exciting dunks and hit the game-changing threes.

For the purposes of this article, a player qualified as a wing if his listed position via Scout.com was either shooting guard or small forward. There may be a bit of a clash there with today’s age of the stretch-four, but the parameters had to be defined for this exercise.

With that in mind, read on to see the top 10 wings in the class of 2014.

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