Biancardi's Breakdown: Jabari Parker
March, 12, 2013
By Paul Biancardi | ESPN.com
For most of his high school career, small forward Jabari Parker (Chicago/Simeon) has been ranked the No. 1 player in his class -- and rightfully so. As his senior season began this fall, the only reason he moved to the No. 2 spot was because of the world-class athletic ability and potential of Andrew Wiggins (Thornhill, Ontario/Huntington Prep), who reclassified from 2014 to 2013.
We broke down Parker’s game back in December just prior to his commitment to Duke, but at that time he was just getting back on the court after missing five months due to a fractured foot. Now that he’s back close to 100 percent, has had a senior season to develop his game and is focused on winning a fourth consecutive state title, let’s take a look at what makes Parker such a unique and talented prospect who should make an immediate impact at Duke next year.
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