Predicting the Best Freshman Dunkers in College Basketball in 2013-14 Season

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Predicting the Best Freshman Dunkers in College Basketball in 2013-14 Season
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Andrew Wiggins could be one of the best dunkers we've seen in a long time in college basketball.

The 2013 class is so well thought of that several NBA teams spent the offseason preparing for tank-a-palooza.

Here's an idea for the poor fans in those cities who will have to endure bad basketball: Devote yourself to the college season and start praying one of these freakish athletes lands on your team. 

The dunkers in this class are so good that, in two years, it wouldn't be shocking to see half the NBA Slam Dunk Contest participants come from the 2013 class.

Learn their names. And prepare to be mesmerized. 

Honorable Mention: Anton Gill, Louisville; Jordan Bell, Oregon; Kendrick Nunn, Illinois; Kasey Hill, Florida; Isaiah Hicks, North Carolina; Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, Arizona; Kuran Iverson, Memphis; Moses Kingsley, Arkansas; Jarell Martin, LSU. 

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