2014 Winners

1) Duke (359 pts)

#1 Jahlil Okafor

#7 Tyus Jones

#13 Justise Winslow

#24 Grayson Allen

Duke ends Kentucky's string of 5 consecutive #1 finishes with a monster class

headlined by the nation's top player for a total of 4 top 25's.

2) Kentucky (346 pts)

#5 Karl Towns

#12 Trey Lyles

#18 Tyler Ulis

#23 Devin Booker

This class is a lot closer to Duke's than most people realize if you just consider

the objective, raw numbers as both boast the same number of top 25 players.

3) North Carolina (254 pts)

#9 Justin Jackson

#15 Theo Pinson

#25 Joel Berry

The Tarheels loaded up with backcourt/wing talent.

4) UNLV (239 pts)

#10 Rashad Vaughn

#22 Dwayne Morgan

#32 Goodluck Okonoboh

Seeing Duke, UK and UNC at the top of the RSCI rankings comes as no surprise

but for the Running Rebels to crack the top 5 is cause for celebration in Vegas.

5) Kansas (232 pts)

#4 Cliff Alexander

#8 Kelly Oubre

#65 Devonte Graham

#95 Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk

This class should probably be ranked higher but Graham was a late bloomer

and Mykhailiuk comes from overseas so both lacked exposure in the typical

evaluation venues.

6) UCLA (223 pts)

#11 Kevon Looney

#33 Thomas Welsh

#36 Jonah Bolden

Welsh made the biggest jump of anyone between the summer and final

rankings moving up 28 slots and Looney is a stud, so things are definitely

looking up for the Bruins.

7) Arizona (217 pts)

#3 Stanley Johnson

#39 Craig Victor

#44 Parker Jackson-Cartwright

Dusan Ristic

Connor MacDougall

This is the 2nd #7 class for Arizona in a row. Last year's bunch was led by

and the electrifying Aaron Gordon. This year the juice comes from another

high wattage player in Stanley Johnson.

8) Louisville (211 pts)

#25 Shaqquan Aaron

#37 Quentin Snider

#64 Chinanu Onuaku

#67 Jaylen Johnson

Anas Osama Mohmoud

The Cardinals reload with another solid class of diverse talents thanks to

Snider's reconsideration of his reconsideration of his commitment to Louisville.

9) Ohio State (204 pts)

#16 D'Angelo Russell

#29 Keita Bates-Diop

#54 Jae'Sean Tate

The best 2014 player from the state of Kentucky, Russell, finished his high

school career in Florida and will play his college ball in Ohio, much to the

delight of Buckeye fans.

10) Florida (203 pts)

#20 Devin Robinson

#31 Brandone Francis

#49 Chris Chiozza

Three guys in the top 50 plus a couple of top 10 level guys from the 2013

class equals lots of upside for the Gators.

Honorable Mention:

  • Georgetown (162 pts)

  • Maryland (147 pts)

  • Seton Hall (146 pts)

  • Stanford (140 pts)

  • Indiana (136 pts)

  • Syracuse (131 pts)

  • NC State (126 pts)

  • Texas (112 pts)

  • San Diego State (100 pts)