Rankings glance: 76 of Top 100 commited for 2014

 Posted by at 3:17 PM on October 8, 2013  Add comments
Oct 082013
 
UK pledge Karl Towns is one of 11 prospects in the Scout Top 100 who has committed to an SEC school for 2014. Photo: Newark Star-Ledger

UK’s Karl Towns is one of 11 prospects in the Scout Top 100 who has committed to an SEC school for 2014.
Photo: Newark Star-Ledger

The high school basketball season hasn’t started yet, but the majority of the top prospects in the senior class have already picked their colleges.

After Kelly Oubre’s commitment to Kansas on Tuesday, 76 of the players in the Scout.com Top 100 have pledged to a school for 2014. Ten of the top 16 players in those rankings remain uncommitted.

UK has two Top 100 commitments — Karl Towns Jr. and Tyler Ulis — and remains in the mix for six more ranked players: Jahlil Okafor, Myles Turner, Stanley Johnson, Trey Lyles, James Blackmon Jr. and Devin Booker.

Here’s a breakdown of which conferences have the most pledges from Top 100 recruits:

ACC — 18
Big East — 15
Big Ten — 12
SEC — 11
Pac-12 — 8
MWC — 3
AAC — 2
Big 12 — 2
WCC — 2
A-10 — 1
Ivy — 1
MAC — 1

Note: Totals sorted by conference alignment for the 2014-15 season. (Example: Louisville commitments count toward the ACC).

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