The time has come.
Andrew Wiggins' seemingly bulletproof draft stock has taken a small hit, and in a pool with standout talent, someone else was ready to capitalize.
Jabari Parker is our new No. 1 prospect—not just based on what he's done so far compared to Wiggins but based on his long-term outlook as a potential NBA centerpiece.
Consider this more of a promotion for Parker than a demotion for Wiggins, who still offers No. 1 overall upside—just with a smaller chance of hitting it.
Parker isn't the only one gunning for that top spot, as Kansas' Joel Embiid has also made a strong case for No. 1.
If you ask me, this draft class appears as good as advertised. Regardless of how it plays out, the top five or six teams are going to land a sure-fire NBA stud.