Scenario #1: Derek Willis, Aaron Harrison, Andrew Harrison, and Jabari Parker
Derek Willis has already committed to the ‘Cats, so he’s a guarantee and would fit the power forward spot for this class. Willis is 6’9, so he brings a lot of length, but also brings a nice shooting touch for a big man. Aaron and Andrew Harrison are twins out of the Dallas/Fort Worth area in Texas who can both play the one and two guard positions. Andrew is more often the point guard, and Aaron comes off the ball at the shooting guard. Both these guys would bring good size for guard positions at 6’5 and have the ability to drive, as well as shoot. One thing to remember with these talented twins is, you won’t get one without the other. Jabari Parker was voted the nation’s number one player despite class last month, which means he out did 2012 UCLA commit, Shabazz Muhammad, and 2012 Kentucky commit, Nerlens Noel. He does just about everything you can ask of at the small forward position and then some. His mid-range jumper is constantly improving and he’s developing a more consistent three point shot, but is also known to be a great passer and rebounder. This may be a stretch of the imagination, but I would compare Parker’s game to that of LeBron James.
I list the possibility of Kentucky landing this class as low.