July is a key month for NCAA basketball recruiting, with all-star camps giving coaches a chance to jockey for position with the top players they haven’t landed yet. Those high-school stars, in turn, get a chance to show how far their games have advanced.
One of the most sought-after talents of this recruiting season is going to be 6’5” combo guard Emmanuel Mudiay. His blend of size, scoring and playmaking has him in the thick of the discussion for the nation’s top point guard—and top player, period.
Herein, a closer look at Mudiay and the rest of the 20 most promising members of the 2014 recruiting class who have yet to declare where they’re headed for their (probably brief) college careers.