Jones takes 2014 ranking's top spot

It is a point guard's game these days, and there isn't a more skilled point guard with a better feel for the game than Tyus Jones, who sits atop the 2014 updated basketball rankings.

Tyus Jones is an exceptional point guard talent.

A better athlete than typically given credit, Jones is also a sharp shooter from behind the arc. Despite being just over 6-feet tall, Jones can control a game in a similar fashion as Chris Paul.

2014 Rankings

Jahlil Okafor continues to hold down the No. 2 spot in the rankings while maintaining his No. 1 standing 247Composite ranking.

Emmanuel Mudiay slides down to No. 3 while Karl Towns Jr., Daniel Hamilton and Stanley Johnson move up into the No. 4, 5 and 6 spots respectively.

Cliff Alexander is another prospect who moved up into the top 10.

Prospects who moved into the five-star range are Myles Turner, Brandone Francis, Dante Exum, Josh Perkins, Joel Berry, Goodluck Okonoboh and Brekkott Chapman.

Dwayne Morgan, Chris Chiozza, Terry Larrier, Kaleb Joseph, Craig Victor and Devin Robinson and Jared Terrell all made a significant move up in the four-star range.

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