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Aaron Gordon Soaring to the Top of 2013 Class
by Eric Hampford, Future150 (11:15 PM CT, Tue February 5, 2013)
2013 PF Aaron Gordon is a beast on both ends of the floor.
2013 PF Aaron Gordon is a beast on both ends of the floor.
Eric Hampford
Eric Hampford:

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

Nashville, TN (Future150) -- Future150 has updated our class of 2013 rankings for the second to last time before we bid the senior class farewell. To nobody's surprise, small forward Andrew Wiggins remains the undisputed best player in the country.

The smooth, 6'7" wing has destroyed every player and team in his path this season, and the uncommitted Canadian is getting ready to put an exclamation point on a phenomenal high school career over the next two months.

While it's clear that Wiggins is head-and-shoulders above the rest of his prep basketball competition, it's been a battle to the top for the remaining prospects in our top 10.

Julius Randle gets the nod as the #2 senior at this point. While he has been forced to sit out the majority of the high school season due to injury, there's no denying his body of work up to this point.

Perhaps the biggest surprise in the rankings is west coast jumping jack Aaron Gordon, who checks in at #3 in the rankings.

The 6'8" wing forward has not only shown improved wing skills to match his athleticism, but his never-ending motor is what has Future150 analysts salivating.

Andrew and Aaron Harrison sit at #4 and #5, respectively. The interchangeable guards have continued to show steady progress in their games and both will be fun to watch at Kentucky next year.

Sitting pretty at #6 is future Gator Kasey Hill. Duke bound swingman Jabari Parker checks in at #7, but can easily make his way back to the top of the rankings if he finishes his high school and all-star seasons strong. 

The highest rated center in the class, Dakari Johnsonis #8 in the newest rankings. Super athlete Chris Walker slides in at #9, and Indiana commit Noah Vonleh rounds out the top 10.

Rondae Jefferson has surged all th way up to the #14 spot in the senior class with his strong season thus far with Chester High School (PA), playing a national schedule.

Louisville commitment Terry Rozier is the biggest riser, jumping all the way up to #18. Another prospect making a significant jump is Oklahoma State bound shooting guard Detrick Mostella. The 6'2" scorer isn't afraid to let it fly from anywhere on the floor.

Other prospects who made strides in their senior season included Aquille Carr (#39), Brandon Austin (#54) Nick Emery (#62), Dakarai Allen (#71), and Ikenna Iroegbu (#74).

Future150 gives a warm welcome to the newest additions to the rankings, #102 Cullen Neal of New Mexico  and #111 Corn Elder of Tennessee.


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