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- 6'6", 200 pounds
- Golden Valley, Minn. (Findlay Prep)
- No. 17 ESPN 100 (No. 2 SG)
Rashad Vaughn is polished, yet somehow in mid-development.
Vaughn is a supremely polished shooting guard with dangerous open-court instincts that will dramatically alter a roster. He can improve with the ball in tight situations but has the quickness, instincts and unselfish nature to become an elite scorer.
Kansas remains on the Minnesota native's list, but they are not considered a favorite.
- 6'11", 230 pounds
- Bedford, Texas (Trinity High School)
- No. 2 ESPN 100 (No. 2 C)
All eyes turned to Myles Turner, the No. 2 overall player in the ESPN 100, following the commitment of No. 1 player Jahlil Okafor. Turner, a responsibly explosive true center with small forward attributes, is long and dynamic on both ends of the court.
As Paul Biancardi of ESPN.com said (subscription required) of Turner, "An outstanding athlete with mobility, he has a legitimate 7-foot-3 wingspan."
His list of potential suitors includes the Jayhawks along with Arizona, Duke, Kentucky, Ohio State, Oklahoma State and Texas.
- 6'4", 185 pounds
- Evansville, Ind. (Huntington Prep)
- No. 39 ESPN 100 (No. 8 PG)
Arizona, UConn, Memphis and Kansas appear to be leading the charge for JaQuan Lyle, a perfectionist at hybrid point guard for Huntington Prep.
With a game similar to that of Naadir Tharpe, Lyle has an inconsistent jump shot but isn't afraid to penetrate the lane before dishing it off.