No changes at the top ... yet
Junior Jabari Parker and sophomore Andrew Wiggins remain No. 1 but gap is closing
Originally Published: January 25, 2012By Dave Telep | ESPN Recruiting Nation
- The beauty in evaluating young players, in this case juniors and sophomores, is the ability to learn and gather information about them as people and players. Once you've gathered the information and meshed it with your evaluations, it's then time to assign order to what you've seen. We refreshed the rankings of the ESPNU 60 and ESPNU 25 this week. In doing so, we had the discussion regarding the top of the Class of 2013.
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