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2014 ranking breakdown by schools

16 schools have recruits in the 2014 top 100 by 247Sports, led by Syracuse whose Chris McCullough is the No. 1 ranked prospect. Here is a run down on the committed ranked prospects.

Chris McCullough sits atop 2014.

2014 Rankings

Syracuse: Chris McCullough (#1 247Sports/ #9 247Composite)

Kentucky: Karl Towns Jr. (#11 247Sports/ #7 247Composite)

Ohio State: Keita Bates-Diop (#22 247Sports/ #23 247Composite); Jae’Sean Tate (#51 247Sports/ #47 247Composite)

Louisville: Quentin Snider (#28 247Sports/ #27 247Composite)

South Carolina: Marcus Stroman (#36 247Sports/ #86 247Composite)

Virginia: B.J. Stith (#41 247Sports/ #40 247Compsite)

North Carolina State: Cody Martin (#42 247Sports/ #37 247Composite); Caleb Martin (#43 247Sports/ #36 247Composite)

BYU: T.J. Haws (#48 247Sports/ #69 247Composite)

Miami: Adonys Henriquez (#61 247Sports/ #49 247Composite)

Maryland: Romelo Trimble (#62 247Sports/ #59 247Composite)

Xavier: Melvin Swift (#69 247Sports/ #64 247Composite)

Wake Forest: Shelton Mitchell (#73 247Sports/ #42 247Composite)

Michigan State: Drake Harris (#82 247Sports/ #89 247Composite)

Missouri: Anton Beard (#95 247Sports/ #72 247Composite)

California: Ahmaad Rorie (#97 247Sports/ #90 247Composite)

Wisconsin: Ethan Happ (#98 247Sports/ #100 247Composte)

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