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Jordan Brand Classic breakdown

No. 1 ranked Andrew Wiggins leads a star studded line up of prospects who will play in this spring’s Jordan Brand Classic.

Andrew Wiggins is one of the elite prospects in the event.

22 prospects will square off April 13 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. The top 11 prospects in the Top247 are in the game. 15 of the 22 participants are 247Sports’ five-star prospects.

Kentucky is represented by five of its recruits. Next is Duke, Florida, Indiana and Kansas with two recruits each in the game. Arizona, Arkansas, Memphis, North Carolina, Syracuse and Washington each have one representative. And three of the prospects are undecided.

Here is a breakdown on the participants:

Andrew Wiggins (No. 1 247Sports/ No. 1 247Composite)
East squad; Undecided- Florida State, Kentucky, North Carolina and Kansas
Will go against forwards Aaron Gordon and Jabari Parker.

Julius Randle (No. 2 247Sports/ No. 3 247Composite)
East squad; Undecided- Florida, Kansas, Kentucky, North Carolina State and Texas
Will team up with Wiggins against Gordon and Parker.

Aaron Harrison (No. 3 247Sports/ No. 5 247Composite)
East squad; Kentucky
Will likely match up against fellow Kentucky recruit James Young.

Andrew Harrison (No. 4 247Sports/ No. 4 247Composite)
West squad; Kentucky
Not on the same team as his twin brother and will face No. 2 ranked point guard and future SEC opponent Kasey Hill.

Aaron Gordon (No. 5 247Sports/ No. 6 247Composite)
West squad; Undecided- Arizona, Kentucky, Oregon and Washington
Will he guard Wiggins or Randle?

Jabari Parker (No. 6 247Sports/ No. 2 247Composite)
West squad; Duke
Gordon and he will have their hands full with Wiggins and Randle.

Kasey Hill (No. 7 247Sports/ No. 8 247Composite)
East squad; Florida
Can Hill match the physical strength of Andrew Harrison?

Noah Vonleh (No. 8 247Sports/ No. 7 247Composite)
West squad; Indiana
It will be interesting to see how Vonleh fits in with Gordon and Parker.

Marcus Lee (No. 9 247Sports/ No. 17 247Composite)
West squad; Kentucky
Lee is part of a deep West frontline and has a chance to prove himself against the best.

Chris Walker (No. 10 247Sports/ No. 9 247Composite)
East squad; Florida
Will we see some two man game with Hill and Walker?

James Young (No. 11 247Sports/ No. 10 247Composite)
West squad; Kentucky
Young will get to guard one Harrison and play alongside the other one.

Dakari Johnson (No. 13 247Sports/ No. 11 247Composite)
West squad; Kentucky
Johnson faces future Florida and North Carolina centers.

Rondae Jefferson (No. 18 247Sports/ No. 14 247Composite)
East squad; Arizona
Will Jefferson prove he has been overlooked behind the higher ranked forwards?

Wayne Selden (No. 21 247Sports/ No. 16 247Composite)
East squad; Kansas
It will be interesting to see what aspects of Selden’s versatile game standout.

Bobby Portis (No. 24 247Sports/ No. 15 247Composite)
East squad; Arkansas
Portis should feel at home in this up tempo game.

Kuran Iverson (No. 32 247Sports/ No. 30 247Composte)

East squad; Memphis
Will Iverson have the ball in his hands enough to display his skill level.

Nigel Williams-Goss (No. 35 247Sports/ No. 46 247Composite)
West squad; Washington
Williams-Goss will back up Andrew Harrison at the point.

Joel Embiid (No. 36 247Sports/ No. 113 247Composite)
West squad; Kansas
Will Embiid prove his 247Sports ranking or his 247Composite ranking more accurate?

Troy Williams (No. 41 247Sports/ No. 42 247Composite)
West squad; Indiana
Williams should thrive in this up tempo game.

Kennedy Meeks (No. 49 247Sports/ No. 41 247Composite)
East squad; North Carolina
How will Meeks fare in such an up and down game?

Matt Jones (No. 53 247Sports/ No. 34 247Composite)
West squad; Duke
Will Jones come through with his improved dribble scoring game?

Tyler Ennis (No. 54 247Sports/ No. 32 247Composite)
East squad; Syracuse
Ennis will square off with Williams-Goss as back up point guards.

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