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New Year's Update: 2014 Recruit Recon Top 50
Thursday, 05 January 2012

Trey Lyles No. 5 ranked
By N.D. Kendrick
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Now that 2011 is in our rearview mirror and sophomores now have a nice sampling of games to be evaluated it is time to update our 2014 Recruit Recon Top 50.  

Our last update in August featured Andrew Wiggins of Huntington Prep (WV) as the top player in the class of 2014 and he remains on the top although with this update he was graded only slightly higher than than the the second ranked player Jahlil Okafor of Whitney Young (IL). You can not deny the athletic ability of Wiggins. The kid can jump out of the gym and can do things on the floor that others in his class dream of. Okafor is right on his heels because he is a leader and walks into the gym and takes over. He has a polished post up game with a feathery touch and his vision for a big guy is outstanding.

Following the big two is the best guard in the class Theo Pinson of Wesleyan Christian Academy (NC). Pinson is a confident athlete that will take on all comers and come out on top in most battles. Dakari Johnson of Montverde Academy (FL) and Indiana commit Trey Lyles of Arsenal Tech (IN) come in at number four and number five in the 2014 class.

Rounding out the top ten is Noah Vonleh of New Hampton (NH), Emmanuel Mudiay of Grace Prep (TX), Tyus Jones of Apple Vally (MN), Wayne Selden of Tilton School (NH) and Chris McCullough of Salisbury (CT).


All evaluations and rankings are provided by N.D. Kendrick based on skill set measuring and statistical analysis. N.D. Kendrick’s player rankings are based on Division I potential and are a result of personal observations along with interactions with scouts, players,and coaches. Since all rankings are based on Division I potential, no information is meant to be indicators for individual honor or awards. Individual prospects will move up or down in the rankings over a period of time. All information serves as a resource and is opinion based.

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