Duke forward Jabari Parker brings the ball up the court in a game against Eastern Michigan at Cameron Indoor Stadium in Durham, N.C., on Dec. 28.Mark Dolejs, USA TODAY Sports
The incoming college basketball freshman class was the most heralded in years, which means the 2014 NBA draft could be the most loaded with talent since 2003, when teams chose from among LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony and Dwyane Wade.
The class of 2014 is full of potential stars, such as Kansas' Andrew Wiggins and Kentucky's Julius Randle, but Parker could emerge as the brightest of them all. He's averaging 22 points and nearly eight rebounds a game for the Blue Devils. What else would you expect from a guy who graced the cover of Sports Illustrated when he was 17 years old with a headline that dubbed him the best high school basketball player since LeBron.