CBB Recruiting 2014: Ranking 25 Best Classes After McDonald's All-American Game

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CBB Recruiting 2014: Ranking 25 Best Classes After McDonald's All-American Game
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With the 2014 NCAA tournament nearing its conclusion and the 2014 McDonald's All-American game taking place Wednesday night, this felt like a great time to re-rank the 25 best incoming recruiting classes.

There was a lot of great talent on display in Chicago, and (at least) 11 of those 24 players are headed to either Duke, Kentucky or North Carolina next season. Kansas and UCLA will each be adding a pair of McDonald's All-Americans, resulting in a lot of blue-blood schools at the top of the rankings.

Justin Jackson (North Carolina), Jahlil Okafor (Duke), Emmanuel Mudiay (Southern Methodist), Rashad Vaughn (UNLV) and James Blackmon Jr. (Indiana) were the leading scorers Wednesday night, showcasing the skills that they'll be bringing to their respective schools in a few months.

Myles Turner was the only player in the game who has yet to declare where he will be playing in November, but we'll have more on him in a bit.

On the following slides, we utilized team rankings and individual scouting reports from 247Sports.com and ESPN.com. Teams are primarily ordered based on their composite rankings from those two sources. Each team's listed 5-star and 4-star recruits are according to 247Sports.

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