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Posted on: Wed, 04/18/2012 - 9:05am #38428
If Andrew Wiggins were to re-classify to class of 2013 (which I think he should) where would he rank?
Would he be ahead of Parker? Gordon? Randle or the Harrison twins?0
Posted on: Wed, 04/18/2012 - 9:20am #661025
i think wiggins would be #2 but i wouldn’t be surprised to see him at #10
Posted on: Wed, 04/18/2012 - 9:21am #661026
I think it’s a good tough question. I would rate him as a strong second number, he is great athlete with exellent size, lenght and IQ. Still I prefer Jabari Parker who may be not as good athlete but is icredibly skilled and has versatility to play probably any position at high school level.
But it would be really close almost like 1a and 1b. There definetely will be a part of people who will prefer Wiggins because of his better athletism.
And if someone doesn’t know Jabari is month younger than Andrew.0
Posted on: Wed, 04/18/2012 - 9:24am #661032
Jabari will stay at No.1 regardless of what Wiggins does.0
Posted on: Wed, 04/18/2012 - 9:46am #661040
No he would be # 2 with Parkers improved conditioning and him getting leaner and more athletic combined with his skillset he’s easiler better to me.0
Posted on: Wed, 04/18/2012 - 10:15am #661055
I think Chris Walker will make a big push for the top 3 spots in the nation as well. He is in the top 6 right now.But he can breathe on Jabari’s neck hard if he really brings it every game.He has all the stuff NBA people look for as far as height long arms big hands jumping and running.He is like PJ3 all over again with a higher motor.It just does not always kick in but it is higher than PJ3.Something just tells me that Jabari will stay the No.1 player though.2013 is stacked all the way. especially if Andrew wiggins,Wayne Selden and Chris Mccullough all go back to 2013.0
Posted on: Wed, 04/18/2012 - 12:13pm #661124
Wiggins should be #1. His upside is visibly better than Parker’s due to his athleticism.0
Posted on: Wed, 04/18/2012 - 12:42pm #661134
Athletism is not always the case, thats what wrong with alot of these prospects now, they think just because their more athletic than everyone working on their game isnt important, players nowadays are more athletic but less skilled than in the past. Mainly because people overate them based on athletism an potential that they more than likely isnt goint to reach because they fail to hone their skills.
Wiggins is clearly the better athlete, but his skill level isnt on par with Jabari Parkers, and with them being the same age but Wiggins a grade lower dosent help Wiggins potential.0
Posted on: Wed, 04/18/2012 - 12:56pm #661141
If wiggins reclasify to 2013… the 2013 class will be one of the stronger ever0
Posted on: Wed, 04/18/2012 - 1:01pm #661142
A lot of star potential in this class whit Parker, Wiggins, Randle and Walker and some other0
Posted on: Wed, 04/18/2012 - 4:31pm #661234
I love Wiggins and have seen a lot of his games on TV, but I don’t think he’s as good as Parker. Wiggins is more of a scorer, but the way Parker impacts the whole game is astounding. He’s a good passer, can score really well, and does all the little things to help the team win.
It would be really interesting if Wiggins went to UNC and Parker to Duke. That would be one amazing matchup. Or if Wiggins went to FSU and Randle to UNC. The ACC would be loaded with stud freshman.0
Posted on: Wed, 04/18/2012 - 4:33pm #661237
I have seen virtually none of Parker, so I can’t say or not if Wiggins would be ahead of him or not. But no way should Wiggins be below #2.0
Posted on: Wed, 04/18/2012 - 4:36pm #661241
Randle’s pretty good too, so don’t leave him out. A lot of people like the Harrison brothers as well so if they continue to improve they could challenge for the top spot. That class is just SO deep it’s unbeleivable. They make 2012 look like garbage. I would put Wiggins at #2 as well, but it’s definitely no sure bet.0
Posted on: Wed, 04/18/2012 - 4:41pm #661245
That’s a good point, he slipped my mind. Randle is an excellent player, but like you I personally prefer Wiggins.0
Posted on: Wed, 04/18/2012 - 4:42pm #661246
Parker easily. Ever since Parker has lost weight and got in better shape he has become a better athlete. He is also more skilled. I hate when people try to say one is better because they are the better athlete. That has been a big fail as far as saying who is better on all levels because skill has proven to be much more valuable
Parker is younger than Wiggins and he’s more skilled0
Posted on: Wed, 04/18/2012 - 4:49pm #661248
Some coaches aren’t going to pursue Andrew Wiggins because some people close to him have made it known that he is only going to either FSU or Kentucky.0
Posted on: Thu, 04/19/2012 - 6:41am #661465
Who do you all think would win in a game of two on two; Andrew and his father Mitchell Wiggins (52 year old 6-4 shooting guard who played for four years in the NBA) or Jabari Parker and his father Sonny Parker (57 year old 6-6 swingman who played for seven years in the NBA)?0
Posted on: Thu, 04/19/2012 - 9:09am #661550
Let’s not forget about the #2 SF in Troy Williams! He’ll have something to say about Wiggins jumping him in the SF rankings. It’ll be a great EYBL this year with Wiggins on CIA Bounce, Williams on Boo Williams, and Parker on Mac Irvin. Watch the matchups if/when those three teams play eachother.0
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