Figuring out where NCAA basketball recruits will land is far from an exact science—Emmanuel Mudiay to SMU?—but top high school stars are helping by narrowing their lists. As the choices shrink, it becomes easier to gauge where a player’s priorities lie, and the educated guesses about their destinations become a little more educated.
JaQuan Lyle, for instance, just reopened his recruiting after committing to Louisville, apparently because he was worried about fighting for playing time with Chris Jones. That offers hope to a school such as UConn, where PG Shabazz Napier will graduate just as Lyle would arrive.
Will the Huskies sign Lyle, or will another point guard-needy program snap him up? Read on for more on the Indiana native, along with the rest of the 20 most impressive uncommitted players in the recruiting class of 2014.