NCAA Basketball Recruiting: Ranking the Top 20 Scorers in the 2014 Class

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NCAA Basketball Recruiting: Ranking the Top 20 Scorers in the 2014 Class
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NCAA basketball has been flirting with record-low scoring numbers in recent years, making point production a priority for recruiters around the country.

Whether they’re low-post bruisers or long-range gunners, there are plenty of imposing offensive weapons to be found in the recruiting class of 2014.

One of the best examples of the latter category is Texas product Kelly Oubre. The small forward may be one-dimensional, but one dimension multiplied by many three-point baskets equals a big-time scoring threat.

Read on for more on Oubre and the rest of the most intimidating scorers available in next year’s recruiting pool. Note that one consideration here is how well a player's skills will project at the college level, which is why some highly productive high school scorers (e.g., Stanley Johnson) are absent from this list.

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