From left to right, Duke's Jahlil Okafor, Kentucky's Trey Lyles and Texas' Myles Turner compete in summer high school tournaments.
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August 22, 2014

We spent the months leading into last season fawning over one of the deepest freshman classes ever. Expectations for this year’s group of incoming freshmen should be more measured. The 2014 class is lighter on star power, with no obvious NBA franchise-altering force. Yet there are a host of players who should make large contributions right away. Over the last few weeks, SI.com has examined what you can expect from the top 25 recruits in Rivals.com’s final 2014 player rankings.

Click on the links below to read our player-by-player breakdowns.

(Editor's note: Because of Emmanuel Mudiay's decision to play overseas, every player before Mudiay's No. 2 ranking has been moved up one position.)

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