After finalizing the
Class of 2012 Top 100
last week, MaxPreps moves its look at the nation's top prospects to the Class of 2014.
Several elite sophomores are coming off monster high school seasons, solidifying their status heading into the summer circuit.
Regarded as one of the most promising talents in any class, Canadian native Andrew Wiggins
didn't disappoint in his first season stateside at Huntington Prep (W.Va.)
. The 6-foot-7 wing posted 23.9 points, 7.5 rebounds and 3.7 assists per game to help the Express go 28-2.
It didn't take long for Jahlil Okafor
to begin fulfilling his immense promise. The 6-10 Whitney Young (Chicago)
product tallied 21.9 points and 12.3 rebounds per game this winter for one of the Windy City's top programs.
Along with wing Rashad Vaughn
of Robbinsdale Cooper (New Hope)
, Tyus Jones
should bring plenty of attention to high school basketball in Minnesota over the next two years. Jones, a 6-1 point guard, poured in 28.7 points per game for Apple Valley
Already committed to Indiana, Trey Lyles
is garnering player of the year consideration in Indiana after putting up 21.1 points and 15 rebounds per game at Arsenal Tech (Indianapolis)
Big guard Wayne Selden
(6-5, 215) excelled in the Northeast's rough-and-tumble prep school scene at Tilton School (N.H.)
. He shined in December at the City of Palms Classic and was a key piece of BABC's Nike EYBL championship team last summer.
The Class of 2014 100 to Watch is a composite look at the nation's top prospects based on high school success and production, as well as potential at the collegiate level and beyond. Initial 2014 Top 100 rankings will be released mid-summer.Class of 2014 100 to Watch