Andrew Wiggins is the No. 1 prospect in the 2014 rankings.
It probably comes as no surprise that 6-6 wing forward Andrew Wiggins from Huntington (WVa.) Prep is the No. 1 player in the class.
"We're very excited about Wiggins,” said Rob Harrington of PrepStars.com. “It's too early to project too much in the 2014 class, but Wiggins figures to be a mainstay among the elite.”
The top big man in the class is power forward/center Jahlil Okafor for Whitney Young in Chicago. Okafor is ranked just behind Wiggins at No. 2
"Okafor is uncommonly advanced for a young frontcourt prospect," Harrington said.
PrepStars.com and 247Sports will continue to update and expand the rankings of the 2014 class throughout the recruiting cycle.