Originally written September 29, 2013 on In The Neutral Zone:
In the updated shooting guard rankings for the class of 2014, sharpshooter Kelly Oubre (Richmond, TX/Findlay College Prep) has ascended to the No. 1 ranking. Behind Oubre, the top five is compiled of former No. 1 SG Rashad Vaughn (Minneapolis, MN/Findlay College Prep), Seton Hall commit Isaiah Whitehead (Brooklyn, NY/Lincoln HS), Devin Booker (Moss Point, MS/Moss Point HS), and Ohio State pledge D’Angelo Russell (Louisville, KY/Montverde Academy). Riley LaChance (Brookfield, WI/Brookfield Central HS), Dayton commit Darrell Davis (Detroit, MI/Douglass Academy for Young Men) and South Florida verbal Troy Holston (Oldsmar, FL/Oldsmar Christian) have made their first appearance in the position rankings. The biggest drop on the list was experienced by Richard Lee (Pompano Beach, FL/Blanche Ely HS), who fell from No. 32 to No. 41. Here are the rankings: RK Name POS Hometown HT WT School 1 Kelly Oubre SG Richmond, TX 6’6’’ 200 Uncommitted 2 Rashad Vaughn SG Minneapolis, MN 6’5’’ 200 Uncommitted 3 Isaiah Whitehead SG Brooklyn, NY 6’4’’ 170 Seton Hall 4 Devin Booker SG Moss Point, MS 6’4’’ 180 Uncommitted 5 D’Angelo Russell SG Louisville, KY 6’4’’ 180 Ohio State 6 Ahmed Hill SG Augustus, GA 6’4’’ 180 Uncommitted 7 James Blackmon Jr. SG Fort Wayne, IN 6’3’’ 180 Uncommitted 8 Dion Wiley SG Oxon Hill, MD 6’3’’ 195 Maryland 9 Grayson Allen SG Jacksonville, FL 6’4’’ 185 Duke 10 BJ Stith SG Brunswick, VA 6’5’’ 175 Virginia 11 Brandone Francis SG Jacksonville, FL 6’5’’ 200 Florida 12 Phil Booth SG Baltimore, MD 6’4’’ 185 Villanova 13 Jared Terrell SG Wolfeboro, NH 6’3’’ 220 Oklahoma St. 14 TJ Haws SG Highland, UT 6’3’’ 170 BYU 15 Sandy Cohen SG Green Bay, WI 6’6’’ 180 Marquette 16 Trey Kell SG San Diego, CA 6’4’’ 200 Uncommitted 17 LJ Peak SG Gaffney, SC 6’5’’ 180 Georgetown 18 Chris Sandifer SG Gardena, CA 6’4’’ 160 Missouri 19 Dorian Pickens SG Phoenix, AZ 6’4’’ 180 Uncommitted 20 JP Macura SG Lakeville, MN 6’4’’ 165 Xavier 21 James Demery SG Charlotte, NC 6’4’’ 170 Uncommitted 22 Tyquone Greer SG Chicago, IL 6’5’’ 180 Uncommitted 23 Riley LaChance SG Brookfield, WI 6’2’’ 160 Uncommitted 24 Darrell Davis SG Detroit, MI 6’4’’ 170 Dayton 25 Wade Baldwin SG Metuchen, NJ 6’3’’ 180 Vanderbilt 26 Marial Shayok SG Blairstown, NJ 6’4’’ 205 Uncommitted 27 Khadeen Carrington SG Brooklyn, NY 6’3’’ 180 Seton Hall 28 Troy Holston SG Oldsmar, FL 6’4’’ 185 South Florida 29 Marqyqwell Jackson SG Detroit, MI 6’4’’ 180 Uncommitted 30 Murshid Randle SG Fresno, CA 6’3’’ 195 Uncommitted 31 Dmitri Thompson SG Orlando, FL 6’4’’ 195 Uncommitted 32 Jordan Cornish SG New Orleans, LA 6’6’’ 215 Tennessee 33 Rashard Figures SG Hackensack, NJ 6’4’’ 185 Uncommitted 34 Mike Williams SG Brooklyn, NY 6’2’’ 180 Rutgers 35 Nick Babb SG Arlington, TX 6’4’’ 180 Arkansas 36 Patrick McCaw SG Saint Louis, MO 6’5’’ 190 Uncommitted 37 Riley LaChance SG Brookfield, WI 6’2’’ 160 Uncommitted 38 Maurice Dunlap SG Greenwood, MS 6’1’’ 165 Mississippi St. 39 Silas Melson SG Portland, OR 6’3’’ 170 Gonzaga 40 Justin Bibbs SG Montverde, FL 6’5’’ 190 Virginia Tech 41 Richard Lee SG Pompano Beach, FL 6’2’’ 190 Uncommitted 42 Xavier Adams SG Alvarado, TX 6’5’’ 195 New Mexico 43 Jordan Green SG Lexington, KY 6’5’’ 185 Uncommitted 44 Matthew Fisher-Davis SG Charlotte, NC 6’4’’ 175 Vanderbilt 45 Dmitri Thompson SG Orlando, FL 6’4’’ 195 Uncommitted 46 Dakota Mathias SG Lima, OH 6’5’’ 190 Purdue 47 Damiyne Durham SG Oakwood, TX 6’4’’ 175 Baylor 48 Connor Burchfield SG Concord, NC 6’4’’ 170 William & Mary 49 Maurice Dunlap SG Greenwood, MS 6’1’’ 165 Mississippi St. 50 Mitchell Wilbekin SG Gainesville, FL 6’2’’ 170 Tulsa No views yet
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