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2014 Rankings Update: Myles Turner Surging
by Eric Hampford, Future150 (11:48 AM CT, Wed June 19, 2013)
2014 PF Myles Turner pushing his way to the top.
2014 PF Myles Turner pushing his way to the top.
Eric Hampford
Eric Hampford:

Future150 GM / Senior National Analyst. Covering high and middle school basketball.

Nashville, TN (Future150) -- The spring AAU season has come and gone in the blink of an eye, and Future150 spent the past three months traveling the country evaluation prospects from coast to coast.

Before we head into the frenetic July evaluation period, we figured it was time to update the 2014 rankings, which showed us several prospects who proved their worth in the spring.

Here's a look at some of the highlights of the new rankings...


#1.) Tyus Jones - The Minneapolis guard remains king of the class after a stellar EYBL run with his Howard Pulley squad.

#2.) Kevon Looney - He was as impressive as any prospect we've seen this year. The face-up four man has dominated this spring.

#3.) Cliff Alexander - A warrior with an endless motor, Cliff has as much upside as anyone in this class, and his production is catching up to his potential.

#4.) Emmanuel Mudiay - The explosive point guard can beat you in a variety of ways, and he has "pro" written all over him.

#5.) Jahlil Okafor - A true low post presence, Jahlil will make one college program very lucky.


#7.) Myles Turner - The 6-foot-11 center has burst onto the scene this spring, showing a multi-dimensional game and a world of upside.

#12.) Kelly Oubre - The Houston Hoops shooting guard dominated at the NBA Top 100 Camp, and solidifed his five star status.

#22.) Shaqquan Aaron - Another NBA Top 100 standout, Aaron showed his versatility by playing point forward throughout the 6'8"! 

#30.) Brandone Francis - Another prospect who burst onto the scene this spring, Brandone has continued to pick up steam over the past few months. 

#71.) Leon Gilmore III - The Future150 Camp alum has taken his game to another level, and now schools outside the Big 12 are licking their chops for his services.


#52.) Brekkott Chapman - The 6-foot-8 southpaw is an athletic small forward who causes matchup problems for anyone in his way.

#75.) Sandy Cohen - The Wisconsin guard is a relatively new name on the circuit, but he has excelled everywhere he has played this spring.

#84.) Donte Grantham- The reclassified swingman is a hot commodity on a national level because of his versatility.

#86.) Isaac Haas - A true post prospect at 7-foot-1, whichever school lands him may be able to turn him into an Aaron Gray type player.

#99.) Trey Kell - A smooth shooting guard with solid ball skills, Trey isn't flashy, but he sure is productive.

For the complete list of our updated class of 2014 rankings....CLICK HERE.


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