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Will continue to make changes to the ranking.
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Interesting. Thx Jerry.
I saw Roddy was bumped from 81 to 69, is that final for him. Seems a little low after the summer he had and what you had previously said.
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Why the big jump for Hubbs and drop for Matt Jones
Hubbs was already in the top 15. Haven't ranked Matt Jones yet. Have only updated the top 20 to this point.
If Wiggins reclassifies to 2013, is he #1? Also, how does Khadeem Lattin rank if he reclassifies?
Jabari isnt number one?
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What's the 247 team not seeing in Parker that all of the other websites are?
IMO Wiggins is by far.
Pretty sure I remember reading quite a few times this summer about games where Randle was more or less a no show. Of course he dominated others but seems like the consistency wasn't there for someone you would have pegged as a #1 prospect.
This could be completely off as Im just going on my memory of my twitter feed during the tournaments, or I could be thinking of another prospect.
Really? No posts today at all. Sad, but it is the offseason.
Wiggins would be No. 1.
thanks Jerry- any comment on Lattin?
Looking at the top 6 in 2014 versus 2013, I would have to say 2014 is currently stronger- especially after watching Vonleh and Mudiay last night. When I saw Mac Irvin Fire in the EYBL in May, Okafor outplayed Parker.
Mudiay is terrific and Tyus Jones was probably the second best player at the Peach Jam next to 2014 Andrew Wiggins. Winslow- another 2014 kid looked like a better player than Gordon to me. 2014 is going to be a monster class if Wiggins stays.
Well put. Think very close race.
Lattin is one of those top 50ish guys with a high star/bust window. Could be a pro. Could not really be heard from. Strength development and skill development essential but capacity is there.
Does Indiana really have a shot at Randle? If so, did Crean and staff improve their chances during the Peach Jam?
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