2014 NBA draft tracker: An ongoing look at who might end up with the Jazz next season

Published: Thursday, Dec. 5 2013 9:54 p.m. MST

Now that we are a quarter of the way through both the college and NBA seasons, it is time to take an in-depth look at the best prospects for the 2014 NBA Draft. There has been more than enough hype surrounding this year’s freshman class and most of it has been warranted.

Players like Jabari Parker and Julius Randle have been great since the season began, while other players have struggled a bit.

There are also plenty of impressive upperclassmen to keep an eye on because of how well they have played.

Here’s a look at what the most gifted draft prospects have done to this point in the NCAA.

Jay Yeomans is a courier by day and a freelance writer by night. He is the creator and lead writer of the website jmoneysports.com. Contact him at jmoney34@hotmail.com. Twitter: @jmoneysports

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Alpine, UT

It will be fun to see which of these top players becomes NBA stars.

Bastrop, TX

Where I am extremely interested in the upcoming draft, after perusing this list, I came away feeling a huge gap in the info area.....One stat which is important in the game of basketball, a stat which can't be enhanced with coaching, is height.......Yet this analysis didn't give the height (or weight) of a single one of these prospects.,,,Here are some stats about the ones I consider to be the top three:
Randle is 6'9" 225 PF.....Parker is 6'8" 220 SF...Wiggins is 6'7" 205 SF

Burley, ID

I too, am disappointed this article didn't give the height, weight and position played.

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