NCAA Basketball Recruiting 2014: Strengths and Weaknesses of Every 5-Star Player

« Prev
1 of 30
Next »
Use your ← → (arrow) keys to browse the slideshow
NCAA Basketball Recruiting 2014: Strengths and Weaknesses of Every 5-Star Player
Image from Rivals.com

Andrew Wiggins and Jabari Parker haven’t even taken their first collegiate shots yet, but the never-ending cycle of NCAA basketball recruiting is already shifting to focus on the next crop of superstars-to-be. As coaches evaluate the rising seniors at high schools around the country, they’re looking not just for what a player does well, but also for what he’ll need to improve at the next level.

Cliff Alexander, for instance, is one of the top big men in the country thanks to his exceptional combination of power and agility. However, he’s also a subpar shooter by the standards of top-flight post players, a deficiency he’ll be working to improve throughout his senior season.

Herein is a closer look at Alexander and the rest of the 5-star prospects in the 2014 class (as rated by Scout.com) with a focus on the best and worst areas of each high schooler's game.

Begin Slideshow »
Load More Stories

Follow B/R on Facebook

Out of Bounds

Subscribe Now

We will never share your email address

Thanks for signing up.