What a trio of elite unsigned prospects would mean to their final schools
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As we head toward basketball's spring signing period in April, 94 of the ESPN 100 prospects in the Class of 2013 have made their college decisions. But with three of the country's top four recruits remaining on the board, there are still plenty of program-changing scenarios in play for college basketball teams in 2013-14.
No. 1 prospect Andrew Wiggins, No. 3 Julius Randle and No. 4 Aaron Gordon hold the fate of no less than 11 major college teams in their hands: Kentucky, Kansas, North Carolina, Florida, Florida State, Arizona, NC State, Texas, Oklahoma, Oregon and Washington. These are three difference-making recruits who, simply put, have the talent to change the landscape of college basketball next season. All three bring enormous physical tools, skills and a mindset to impact their future teams.
Let's take a look at what each of these three elite, instant-impact recruits left on the board would mean for the final list of schools recruiting them.
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