Ohio State Leads 247's 2014 Basketball Recruiting Rankings

By Alex Gleitman on January 30, 2013 at 5:29p
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Here's how things stack up, according to 247 Sports:

1. Ohio State
SF Keita Bates-Diop (#20 247Sports/ #23 247Composite)
SF Jae’Sean Tate (#53 247Sports/ #47 247Composite)

2. Syracuse
PF Chris McCullough (#3 247Sports/ #9 247Composite)

3. Kentucky
PF Karl Towns Jr. (#11 247Sports/ #7 247Composite)

4. North Carolina State
SF Cody Martin (#43 247Sports/ #36 247Composite)
SF Caleb Martin (#44 247Sports/ #35 247Composite)

5. North Carolina
PG Joel Berry (#25 247Sports/ #15 247Composite)

6. Louisville
PG Quentin Snider (#27 247Sports/ #26 247Composite)

7. BYU
CG T.J. Haws (#34 247Sports/ #70 247Composite)

8. South Carolina
PG Marcus Stroman (#36 247Sports/ #93 247Composite)

9. Virginia
CG B.J. Stith (#41 247Sports/#40 247Composite)

10. Miami
SG Adonys Henriquez (#62 247Sports/ #48 247Composite)

11. Maryland
CG Romelo Trimble (#63 247Sports/ #59 247Composite)

12. Arizona State
SF Kodi Justice (#113 247Sports/ #114 247Composite)
C Connor MacDougall (#88 grade/ #155 247Composite)

13. Xavier
PF Melvin Swift (#70 247Sports/ #65 247Composite)

14. Wake Forest
PG Shelton Mitchell (#74 247Sports/ #42 247Composite)

15. Michigan State
SG Drake Harris (#84 247Sports/ #97 247Composite)

16. Indiana
SG James Blackmon Jr. (#92 247Sports/ #79 247Composite)

17. New Mexico
SG Xavier Adams (#94 247Sports/ #149 247Composite)

18. Missouri
PG Anton Beard (#99 247Sports/ #74 247Composite)

19. California
PG Ahmaad Rorie (#102 247Sports/ #102 247Composite)

20. Wisconsin
SF Ethan Happ (#103 247Sports/ #113 247Composite)


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