Recruiting classes to watch
Roundtable: Aside from Kentucky, which 2013 classes are most impressive?
- RecruitingNation: Is Kentucky's Class The Best Ever?
RecruitingNation: Is Kentucky's Class The Best Ever?Dave Telep and Paul Biancardi size up the Wildcats' 2013 recruiting -- which includes six McDonald's All Americans -- against the all-time great classes, including Michigan's Fab Five.Tags: James Young, Andrew Harrison, Aaron Harrison, Marcus Lee, Julius Randle, Dakari Johnson, Kentucky Wildcats, ESPN 100, RecruitingNation, high school basketball recruiting
There's no doubt which college basketball program has the nation's No. 1 recruiting class in 2013. The debate begins and ends with Kentucky, which is No. 1 not just this year, but perhaps of all time.
So as the spring signing period (April 17-May 15) gets under way, the real question is which teams are getting lost amid the focus on the Wildcats? Because the fact is, there are some highly impressive classes that haven't gotten enough ink. To find out which classes those are, we asked our RecruitingNation basketball experts for their takes.
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