Kansas recruit Wayne Selden grabs another star while another Kansas recruit and recruits from UNLV, Washington and West Virginia make significant moves up in the rankings.
Wayne Selden has a physical and complete game.
A three-position perimeter player with a physically imposing game, Selden breaks the five-star threshold, moving from No. 27 to No. 21.
UNLV recruit Christian Wood moves up from No. 61 to No. 33. Always an intriguing prospect with his length and shooting ability, Wood is beginning to play a more physical game and utilize the dribble game.
Coming off his heroic fourth quarter effort against Montverde Academy, Washington recruit Nigel Williams-Goss jumped from No. 58 to No. 35. Always known as skilled and a winner, Williams-Goss made the jump primarily because of his improved foot speed.
Right behind Williams-Goss is Joel Embiid at No. 36. The Kansas recruit continues to improve after limited experience with the game and has a NBA level ceiling.
One of the more productive players against top competition this high school season, Montverde power forward and West Virginia recruit Devin Williams moves from No. 84 to No. 56.
In the elite range of prospects, uncommitted forward Aaron Gordon slides into the top five from his previous ranking of No. 7. Gordon’s athleticism and broad skill package makes him one of the most valuable forward prospects in the class. In fact, it can be argued that he has as much upside as any prospect in the class.
Prospects who slid down in the rankings are Brannen Greene (Kansas), Dominic Woodson (Baylor), Kyle Washington (North Carolina State), BeeJay Anya (North Carolina State) and Gavin Schilling (Uncommitted).