Candid Coaches: Which 2014 prospect will have best NBA career?
Thu Aug 15, 2013
Despite three five-star players reclassifying from the class of 2014 into the recently graduated class of 2013, the rising senior class has remained strong at the top. When Andrew Wiggins moved into 2013, Jahlil Okafor took over the No. 1 spot and has been doing his best to fight off all the competition for that honor. But is Okafor headed for the best NBA career?
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