's 2013 Top 35

While it is still very early with the 2013 class we've stretched our rankings out to a Top 35. Julius Randle leads off the list. 2013 Top 35

To close out "Rankings Week" here at we have released our top 35 prospects in the class of 2013.

Keep in mind that it's still very early with the 2013 class, as they are just now starting their sophomore seasons. So take this as an early snapshot of what is to come with the 2013 class.

Julius Randle, a 6-foot-9, 220-pound power forward out of Plano (Tex.) Prestonwood Christian, held on to the No. 1 spot. Randle is an athletic big man that can score both on the block and by facing the basket.

Versatile forward Kuran Iverson checked in at No. 2. A 6-foot-8, 205-pound wing, Iverson has a terrific skill set and is comfortable handling the ball and creating shot opportunities for himself and others.

Princeton Day Academy guard Chris Thomas came in at No. 3. The 6-foot-5 guard is a terrific scorer that can get buckets from all three levels. He's already gone for over 40 a couple of times during his sophomore season.

Skilled power forward Jabari Parker is at No. 4. At 6-foot-8, Parker has a unique skill set. He knows how to score, has a terrific basketball IQ and is a very talented passer.

Texas combo guard Andrew Harrison closed out the top five. A 6-foot-5 guard that can play either guard spot, Harrison has a high ceiling, impressive ball skills and is a good passer.

Keith Frazier, Andrew's brother Aaron Harrison, Austin Colbert, Aaron Gordon and Tyree Robinson close out's top 10.

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