Emmanuel Mudiay has the total package.
Mudiay has everything a coach could look for in a guard. He is a point guard with size at 6-4, 180-pounds, who gets to the basket and finishes an also has great court vision. He can also stroke it from behind the arc. Defensively, he can guard any perimeter position and he is a top notch rebounder.
Okafor, the No. 2 ranked prospect, has been a dominate inside force this year. He is playing with more explosiveness and has advanced foot work in the post. Defensively, he is a large presence in the paint.
Behind Okafor is the best frontline athlete in the class Chris McCullough. If McCullough were to raise his skill level, he could be the best out of this 2014 bunch.
BYU commitment T.J. Haws moved up to No. 34. While Paul White found a spot in the top 50 at No. 48.
Point guard Justin Coleman jumped into the rankings at No. 35, and versatile wing man Victor Law landed at No. 54.