9. ANDREW WIGGINS
He’s already the most talented player in the class of 2014, and easily one of the top high school players in the country. Wiggins still has a ways to go before college rolls around (unless he reclassifies to 2013), but there’s no doubt we’ll be hearing his name called in the NBA Draft real soon. If you really needed proof that Andrew Wiggins is legit, look no further than his performance against Julius Randle, the No. 2-ranked prospect in the class of 2013, at Peach Jam in North Augusta, South Carolina. Wiggins dropped 28 points and grabbed 13 boards, and also demanded to guard Randle. He shut down the highly touted recruit, using his supreme athleticism to turn Randle into a run-of-the-mill forward. Thus far in his career, Wiggins has never met a challenge he could not overcome, let alone dominate.