2014 Class Rankings

North Carolina, Louisville and Ohio State currently sit atop the updated 2014 class rankings. North Carolina leads the way with a trio of top 35 recruits.

2014 Top Recruiting ClassesNotable Recruits / Scout Rankings
1 North Carolina

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
North Carolina class: North Carolina's three-man 2014 class is currently ranked No. 1. Jackson is as an efficient scorer in the class, Berry knows how to run the show and Pinson is an elite athlete that complements Jackson well on the perimeter.
Justin Jackson (7)
Joel Berry (22)
Theo Pinson (32)

2 Louisville

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
Louisville class: Rick Pitino continues to add quality guards. Lyle is a physical and skilled guard. Snider is a lights out shooter, plus a talented passer. Aaron is a legit scorer thatn can heat up in a hurry.
JaQuan Lyle (12)
Quentin Snider (29)
Shaqquan Aaron (36)

3 Ohio State

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
Ohio State class: OSU's three ranked commits are impact players. Bates-Diop and Tate will help on the wing immediately, while Russell will contribute both on and off the ball.
Keita Bates-Diop (20)
D'Angelo Russell (21)
Jae'Sean Tate (52)
Dave Bell

4 Maryland

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
Maryland class: Mark Turgeon wanted to add some shooters in the 2014 class and he accomplished that. All three of the commitments are shot makers and can help them on the perimeter immediately.
Dion Wiley (27)
Romelo Trimble (35)
Jared Nickens (93)

5 Georgetown

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
Georgetown class: Copeland is the prized recruit, but Peak and Campbell are accomplished scorers. The Hoyas are off to a great start in 2014.
Isaac Copeland (33)
L.J. Peak (68)
Tre Campbell (98)

6 Florida

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
Florida class: Florida has a pair of talented passers on board in 2014. Chiozza has a great feel for the game and sees the floor while, while Francis is a big guard with great vision and intangibles.
Chris Chiozza (39)
Brandone Francis (45)

7 Kentucky

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
Kentucky class: Kentucky has just one pledge in 2014, but he's good enough to land them in the top 10. Towns ia skilled post player that can step out and shoot it.
Karl Towns (8)

8 Connecticut

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
Connecticut class: Connecticut locked up one of the best shooters in the country early. Hamilton can fill it up from all three levels.
Daniel Hamilton (15)

9 Syracuse

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
Syracuse class: A tremendous 6-9 power forward, McCullough is currently Syracuse's only commitment. He's and athlete that gets up and down the floor with ease.
Chris McCullough (16)


Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
UNLV class: UNLV went cross country to reel in Morgan. Dave Rice trailed through last summer and it paid off.
Dwayne Morgan (19)

11 N.C. State

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
N.C. State class: N.C. State reeled in the Martin twins last year. Caleb is a skilled wing that can score it in a variety of ways. Cody is more of a combo forward that can play inside and out.
Caleb Martin (34)
Cody Martin

12 Arizona State

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
Arizona State class: Arizona State has a pair of four-star prospects. Holder worked his way into the top 100 after a strong spring, while MacDougall impresses with his motor and toughness in the paint.
Tra Holder (95)
Connor MacDougall
Kodi Justice

13 BYU

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
BYU class: Haws is the jewel of BYU's recruiting class. He was a high school & AAU teammates of 2013 players Nick Emery and Eric Mika.
T.J. Haws (40)
Jake Toolson
Dalton Nixon

14 Duke

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
Duke class: An athletic and skilled wing prospect, Allen made an early pledge to Duke. He's currently regarded as a top 50 recruit.
Grayson Allen (38)

15 Arizona

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
Arizona class: Sean Miller targeted Jackson-Cartwright early on for his point guard scholarship in 2014. His feel, vision and passing ability are top notch.
Parker Jackson-Cartwright (43)

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