Jahlil Okafor held off strong competition and finishes No. 1 in the 2014 final player rankings.
The Duke signee had a strong close to his high school career with impressive showings at the McDonald's All-American festivities, the Jordan Brand game and the Nike Hoop Summit game.DeMarcus Cousins. He has a variety of moves on the block, including a go-to hook. He has very good touch and is also a shot maker to mid-range.
Mudiay showed flashes of dominance during his senior season at Dallas (Tex.) Prime Prep. At 6-foot-4, Mudiay has elite physical tools at the point guard position. He impresses with his vision, ability to slice his way to the basket and is a very good scorer from mid-range and in.
Johnson's improvement since his freshman season has been evident. His ball skills and long-range shooting went from weaknesses to strengths by the end of his high school career. Johnson, who has a reputation as a hard worker, is a strong, powerful wing that has terrific body control and can score in a variety of ways.
Towns closed out his time in high school in the best shape of his career and on the upswing. The 7-foot, 250-pounder has a standing reach of 9'5" and is turning into a good rim protector. Offensively, Towns is versatile, as he's able to make jump shots to 22-feet, but he's also developing his moves on the block and is a very good passer from the block and the high post.
Turner is arguably the top shot blocker in the 2014 class. He has impressive length (7'3.5"), timing and anticipation from a shot blocking standpoint. He's also a very good shooter that can consistently make threes.
A standout at Chicago (Ill.) Curie, Alexander had a terrific senior season. The 6-foot-8 center plays with aggression and is probably the best rebounder in the 2014 class. Alexander is tough and a very good athlete that plays above the rim.
The other eight newcomers are Malik Marquetti (No. 61), Cody Martin (No. 66), D.J. Wilson (No. 67), Ronnie Harrell (No. 73), Justin Bibbs (No. 74), Chandler Hutchinson (No. 89), Temarcus Blanton (No. 90), Edmond Sumner (No. 96) and Tra Holder (No. 97).
There are 18 players ranked outside of the top 100 that were rated as four-star prospects.