Bold predictions for 2013 classes
RecruitingNation hoops experts on recruiting classes at the next level
The 2013 class rankings aren't final yet -- that won't happen at least until uncommitted ESPN 100 recruits Andrew Wiggins and Allerik Freeman make their college choices. However, after Wednesday's final update to the 2013 ESPN 100 player rankings, the class rankings picture is starting to come into final focus.
As the Class of 2013 begins to transition from high school recruits to incoming college players, we gathered our RecruitingNation basketball experts to get their bold predictions on 2013 recruiting classes. Kentucky's historic class played a role -- but not in the way you might think. Kansas, Louisville and even BYU are teams our experts think could ultimately have more success than UK's No. 1 class.
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