The star power in the 2013 class is at the forward position, and there are still four available five-stars. Here is breakdown on the four which includes No. 1 ranked Andrew Wiggins.
Andrew Wiggins leads an impressive foursome.
6-8, 200-pounds, Huntington (W.V.) Prep
Schools involved: Florida State, Kansas, Kentucky, North Carolina
Wiggins, the consensus number one ranked prospect, officially visited Florida State in December, and there has been plenty of talk that FSU is the leader in his recruitment. The opinion here, however, is that Kentucky has been and still is the clubhouse leader. Wiggins has unofficially visited Kentucky more than once and will likely officially visit Kentucky after the season. North Carolina has made a late push for Wiggins and he is expected to officially visit. Kansas might also get a visit.
6-9, 250-pounds, Plano (Texas) Prestonwood Christian
Schools involved: Florida, Kansas, Kentucky, North Carolina State and Texas
Randle's recruitment is a tough to get a grip on. Oklahoma is on his list but not believed to be a significant player. North Carolina State seems like a long shot. There are, however, quite plausible scenarios sending him to the other three schools. Florida and Kentucky have already hosted him on official visits. North Carolina State, Kansas and Texas have upcoming official visits.
6-8, 210-pounds, San Jose (Calif.) Archbishop Mitty
Schools involved: Arizona, Kentucky, Washington
Arizona appears to be the school gaining traction with Gordon. Washington was considered the early leader for him, but the thought is that Gordon feels that he has a better chance to win at Arizona. Kentucky doesn't seem as viable an option as Arizona either because Wiggins and Randle are higher priorities for the Kentucky coaching staff.
6-9, 220-pounds, Sparta (N.J.) Pope John XXIII
Schools involved: Cincinnati, St. John's, UNLV
Cincinnati and UNLV have already hosted Lawrence on official visits. St. John's is expected to get an official visit this winter. Cincinnati seems to have the most buzz with Lawrence right now. Not as well known as the other five-star forwards on this list, Lawrence could easily have the type of impact as a freshman that similar styled player T.J. Warren is having this year at North Carolina State.