Jabari Parker helps put Duke's class on top in the ACC.
Florida State and North Carolina missed out on consensus No. 1-ranked prospect Andrew Wiggins, leaving Duke with the top prospect in the ACC - Jabari Parker - and the top recruiting class in the ACC.
Syracuse, Notre Dame and Pittsburgh, who are newcomers to the conference, have strong classes at No. 2, No. 5 and No. 6 in the conference respectively.
Right behind Syracuse at No. 3 and No. 4 in the conference are North Carolina State and North Carolina.
The marque position entering the conference is point guard. The top recruit for six schools are point guards.
Here is a complete look at how the conference breaks down for the 2013 recruiting cycle.
1. Duke (No. 3 in 247Composite Team Rankings)
Top Player- Jabari Parker, SF, Chicago (Ill.) Simeon
2. Syracuse (No. 9 in 247Composite Team Rankings)
Top Player- Tyler Ennis, PG, Newark (N.J.) St. Benedict's Prep
3. North Carolina State (No. 12 in 247Composite Team Rankings)
Top Player- Anthony Barber, PG, Hampton (Va.) High School
4. North Carolina (No. 13 in 247Composite Team Rankings)
Top Player- Isaiah Hicks, PF, Oxford (N.C.) J F Webb
5. Notre Dame (No. 14 in 247Composite Team Rankings)
Top Player- Demetrius Jackson, PG, Mishawaka (Ind.) Marian
6. Pittsburgh (No. 26 in 247Composite Team Rankings)
Top Player- Detrick Mostella, SG, La Porte (Ind.) La Lumiere School
7. Florida State (No. 36 in 247Composite Team Rankings)
Top Player- Xavier Rathan-Mayes, SG, Huntington (W.V.) Prep
8. Maryland (No. 38 in 247Composite Team Rankings)
Top Player- Roddy Peters, PG, District Heights (Md.) Suitland
9. Miami (No. 42 in 247Composite Team Rankings)
Top Player- Davon Reed, SG, Princeton (N.J.) Day School
10. Virginia (No. 54 in 247Composite Team Rankings)
Top Player- Devon Hall, PG, Virginia Beach (Va.) Cape Henry Collegiate School
11. Wake Forest (No. 61 in 247Composite Team Rankings)
Top Player- Greg McClinton, SF, Winston Salem (N.C.) Prep
12. Virginia Tech (No. 62 in 247Composite Team Rankings)
Top Player- Trevor Thompson, C, Delafield (Wis.) St. John's Northwestern Military Academy
13. Georgia Tech (No. 65 in 247Composite Team Rankings)
Top Player- Travis Jorgenson, PG, New Hampton (N.H.) School
14. Clemson (No. 77 in 247Composite Team Rankings)
Top Player- Patrick Rooks, Charlotte (N.C.) Christian
15. Boston College (No. 96 in 247Composite Team Rankings)
Top Player- Darryl Hicks, SG, Louisville (Ky.) Trinity
Leading the ACC and ranked No. 3 nationally, Duke brings in a powerful trio, including five-star forwards Jabari Parker and Semi Ojeleye…. Newcomer Syracuse also registers in the top 10 nationally along with Duke…. At No. 3 in the conference, North Carolina State has a trio of four-star recruits on the way….North Carolina also has a top 15 nationally ranked class led by five-star forward Isaiah Hicks…. Physical point guard Demetrius Jackson leads Notre Dame's class…. Pittsburgh landed some serious scoring pop in Detrick Mostella late in the game…. An inside-outside duo of four-star prospects has Florida State at No. 7…. Maryland has its point guard of the future in five-star prospect Roddy Peters.
Best by Position
Point Guard- Roddy Peters (No. 4 nationally, signed with Maryland)
Scouting Report- Long and crafty with the basketball, Peters has an athletic burst that gets him into the lane and allows him to b e a high-level playmaker.
Shooting Guard- Detrick Mostella (No. 13 nationally, signed with Pittsburgh)
Scouting Report- Blessed with a wicked first step, Mostella can put up points in bunches from deep and off the dribble attacking the basket.
Small Forward- Jabari Parker (No. 3 nationally, signed with Duke)
Scouting Report- Multi skilled at 6-8, Parker is a double-double type with his savvy rebounding and midrange scoring prowess.
Power Forward- Isaiah Hicks (No. 5 nationally, signed with North Carolina)
Scouting Report- Long and athletic, Hicks has a complete game with his rebounding, shot blocking and versatile scoring game.
Center- Kennedy Meeks (No. 6 nationally, signed with North Carolina)
Scouting Report- A big-bodied post player, Meeks is a great passer who can also stretch the defense with his three-point shooting range.
By the Numbers
43- The number of 2013 ACC recruits
4- The number of five-star ACC recruits
17- The number of four-star ACC recruits
20- The number of states represented by ACC recruits
5- The number of ACC recruits from North Carolina (state with the most ACC recruits)
Best perimeter scorer: Detrick Mostella, Pitt
Best low post scorer: Jabari Parker, Duke
Best passer: Tyler Ennis, Syracuse
Best shooter: Matt Jones, Duke
Best rebounder: Tyler Roberson, Syracuse
Best shot blocker: Isaiah Hicks, North Carolina
Best defender: Semi Ojeleye, Duke
Most versatile: Jabari Parker, Duke
Best in the clutch: Tyler Ennis, Syracuse
Best pro prospect: Jabari Parker, Duke
Best speed: Anthony Barber, N.C. State
Best motor: Semi Ojeleye, Duke
Impact player: Jabari Parker, Duke
Biggest sleeper: B.J. Johnson, Syracuse