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Future150 Class Rankings: Who's head of the class for 2013?
by Jason Pratt, Future150 (2:29 PM CT, Sun April 15, 2012)
Future150 #1 Player in Class 2013 is Chris Walker.
Future150 #1 Player in Class 2013 is Chris Walker.
Jason Pratt
Jason Pratt:

Future150 Senior Recruiting Analyst. Covering high school basketball nationally.

Orlando, FL (Future150) -- Future150 takes a look at the top 10 players in the class of 2013.  Future150's #1 player in the country is combo forward Chris Walker from Bonifay, FL.  He is arguably the most talented player in this class and has a ceiling that few can match. With his high skill level, he can play anywhere from the 3-5 and is still getting better. When it came to the top three it was really close so don’t be surprised if these three jockey for the number 1 spot over the coming months. This spring and summer could be the deciding factor as to who gets the nod.

Jabari Parker was a close second due to the fact that his game is very mature and he does everything you would ask from an elite player.  In our minds these three are a step above the rest.  Number 3 is Julius Randle is a freak athlete who can score at will and uses his size in order to post smaller defenders. He gets off the floor in a hurry and can dominate a game. Aaron Gordan is an elite combo forward whose ability to put the ball on the floor makes him an absolute nightmare and comes in at #4

The #5 player in the country is Jabari Bird, a talented wing out of California who can score in bunches and uses his size to cause turnovers on the other end of the floor.   Aaron Harrison comes in at #6, an elite shooting guard; he should pair with his brother Andrew nicely in college.  Nick King is another talented wing player who is arguably one of the best athletes in the class and a lock down defender.  At 6-foot-7 inches tall, he has phenomenal size for a two guard and comes in at #7 on our list.  In our minds, #8 is Kasey Hill and is the best point guard in the class. He has a rare blend of speed and power to his game, as well as a college ready frame.  Florida fans will love this kid.

At #9 is future UNC Tar Heel Isaiah Hicks. Simply put, Hicks fits the mold of a UNC power forward and plays a lot like John Henson, minus the shot-blocking abilities.  Rounding out the top 10 is Troy Williams, the nephew of AAU legend Boo Williams. Gifted with incredible length and the ability to do a little bit of everything, Williams is an attractive prospect.


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