Chris McCullough will bring elite athleticism to Syracuse.
The 6-8 power forward out of the Brewster Academy has reminded 247Sports of Chris Bosh, Rudy Gay and Dennis Rodman at different times. He is far from a finished product, but his athleticism and broad skill level give him an upside that separates him from the other prospects in the 2014 class.
"Chris has tremendous upside and potential," Brewster Academy head coach Jason Smith told 247Sports. "He's very versatile and working hard daily to improve his all-around game."
Committed to Syracuse, McCullough is the only committed prospect in the top 10.
Following McCullough are point guards Emmanuel Mudiay and Tyus Jones. No. 4 is Kevon Looney, No. 5 Rashad Vaughn, No. 6 Justise Winslow, No. 7 Trey Lyles, No. 8 Jahlil Okafor, No. 9 Daniel Hamilton and No. 10 Theo Pinson.
Kentucky commitment Karl Towns Jr., who just reclassified up from the 2015 class, is the No. 11 ranked prospect in 2014.