Myles Turner up to No. 2 and Mudiay passes Jones in's updated rankings

Drew Franklinabout 8 years


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Myles Turner entered the class of 2014 rankings for the first time in the spring, and now he's all the way up to No. 2 on the list. Holding down that top spot is Jahlil Okafor, followed by Turner, Emmanuel Mudiay, Tyus Jones and Cliff Alexander. Mudiay is now the top-ranked point guard over Jones. Karl Towns is still ranked No. 10. A look at the top ten... 1. Jahlil Okafor, Center Previous rank: 1 Considering: Arizona, Baylor, Duke, Illinois, Kentucky, Kansas, Michigan State and Ohio State 2. Myles Turner, Center Previous rank: 5 Considering: Duke, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisville, Arizona, Ohio State, Oklahoma State and Texas 3. Emmanuel Mudiay, Point Guard Previous rank: 3 Considering: Kentucky, Kansas, Oklahoma State, SMU, and Baylor 4. Tyus Jones, Point Guard Previous rank: 2 Considering: Baylor, Duke, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan State, Minnesota, Ohio State 5. Cliff Alexander, Center Previous rank: 6 Considering: Illinois, Kansas, Michigan State, Kentucky, Louisville, DePaul, Indiana, Memphis, Baylor and Arizon 6. Stanley Johnson, Small Forward Previous rank: 8 Considering: Arizona, Kentucky, Kansas, Florida, Oregon, Duke, UCLA, and USC 7. Trey Lyles, Power Forward Previous rank: 4 Considering: Butler, Florida, Kentucky, Louisville 8. Justin Jackson, Small Forward – Committed to North Carolina Previous rank: 7 9. Justice Winslow, Small Forward Previous rank: 13 Considering: Arizona, Duke, Florida, Kansas, Kentucky, Stanford, Texas A&M, UCLA 10. Karl Towns, Center – Committed to UK Previous rank: 10   Other notables: 11. Kelly Oubre 13. Rashad Vaughn 29. Tyler Ulis 30. Devin Booker 56. James Blackmon Jr. [Updated 2014 rankings]

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