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up and will play at Duke this season

jayjoe1010
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Now that Marvin Bagley has moved up and will play at Duke this season, the 2018 class has a stephen curry jersey  different look. Ur. J. Barrett moved up to the No. 1 spot. Anfernee Simons, Darius Bazley, Tre Jones, Cheap Stephen Curry jersey  Quentin Grimes and Nassir Little all made big advances after strong months in August and Come early july. It is possible to many unknowns as a new school year begins.

Here are five bold statements for the 2018 class:

1. No lock for the No. 1 spot
With Bagley, who reclassified into the Class of 2017, now gone, there is a much more restrictive race for the top spot in the class. And the race for that spot might go all the way prior to the final ranking in April. Barrett, Zion Williamson, Cameron Reddish colored and Bol Bol were all in the conversation this time around. Barrett holds the spot -- for now. It is a gratitude to the time he's put into his game. And now he's getting the results. His tasks have ranged from good to owning. His production level is now something you can count on in terms of reviewing and rebounding. He's become a versatile scorer, showing potential on the perimeter and inside the arc. That is incredibly attractive to NBA scouts. Barrett carried The us to a gold medal earlier this summer at the FIBA U19 world titles, where he picked up MVP recognizes.

2. The purpose guards are here, and might be for a while
The purpose guard position was as strong even as have witnessed in a long time in college basketball and the NBA draft this Retro Stephen Curry jersey  past season.

Last season, Markelle Fultz, Lonzo Ball and De'Aaron Monk all had outstanding campaigns in their one-and-done runs through college. These were all selected in the top five in the NBA draft. Next up is the Blue Devils' Trevon Duval, who has a chance to be very good at Duke and certainly a one-and-done lottery candidate.

That likely won't be the case with the 2018 class. These guards are good, but they will progress at their own pace, meaning they might not be one-and-done stars like Fultz, Ball and Monk. Tre Jones will be the leader of the Duke program for years to come. Darius Garland is gifted. He's speed, speed and vision. He also has an impressive 3-point game. Immanuel Quickley has the tools and a frame to develop into an NBA point guard. Jahvon Quinerly will keep Arizona winning at a active. Coby White is as talented a lead guard as North carolina has had over the years. The purpose guard position is the most important in basketball, and regardless of level it is the hardest to learn because you have to both produce and lead. That can be a lot for any freshman. The purpose guards are very good for the college game; they just won't immediately be prepared for the NBA.