Five-star prospect Aaron Allen has been among the nation’s best recruiters since he entered the country in 2014, but he’s only one player.
Here’s how to get an even better idea of who the rest of the top recruits in the class are.1.
Aaron Allen, Georgia: He’s the most high-profile of Georgia’s class, and his recruitment has been particularly strong over the past few years.
Allen has spent his recruiting career in Georgia, where he’s the team’s leading scorer and has averaged 19.4 points per game during his time at Georgia.
Allen, who turns 21 on Feb. 14, is expected to be the top prospect in Georgia this season.
His recruitment has gone all the way back to his days in high school, when he attended the prestigious Allen High School in Georgia.2.
Jonathan Allen, Michigan: The Wolverines’ class is one of the deepest in recent years, but Jonathan Allen has the most impressive resume of any Michigan commit.
Allen is a two-time All-American at Michigan and a three-time First Team All-Big Ten selection.
He’s one of only three Wolverines with two national championships on his resume.3.
Devin Robinson, LSU: LSU is one school that’s been able to produce some high-caliber players on both sides of the ball in recent seasons, but Devin Robinson’s recruiting has been a constant in recent recruiting cycles.
He led LSU in scoring in 2016-17 and led the Tigers in scoring four times during his four years at LSU.4.
Zach Collins, Duke: Zach Collins is the most decorated member of Duke’s 2018 class, ranking fourth in the nation in scoring per game (18.6 points per contest), second in rebounds per game, and third in assists per game.
Collins is one-and-done in 2018, but the Tigers’ class has been one of their best in recent memory, as Collins is expected take the next step as a prospect.5.
Marcus McQuay, Clemson: McQuays recruiting success has been even more impressive than his individual statistics, and he’s also one of just a handful of players in the country to rank among the top five in three-point shooting per game and in assists and steals per game over the last five years.
McQuas has taken an aggressive approach to his recruitment, ranking among the most dominant guards in the Big 12 this year and ranking in the top 10 in three of his last four seasons.
He has already signed five commitments from the ACC this year.6.
Malik McDowell, Florida: McDowell is the second-highest-rated prospect in the 2018 class.
The 6-foot-8 forward is one the nation�s top shooting guards, averaging a career-high 17.5 points per night and shooting 46.7 percent from the field over the course of his career.
McDowell also has six career triple-doubles, including the three that were the biggest of his four-year career.7.
Jelani Hayes, Georgia Tech: Hayes is one that has received national attention in recent weeks, with many saying he is the top overall prospect in 2019.
He is the third-highest scorer on the Bulldogs and has a career high of 17.7 points per outing.
He also has been considered a top five player nationally in his final two years at Georgia Tech, as he has averaged 20.5 minutes per game on the bench in his three years.8.
Trevon Bluiett, Kansas: Bluiets recruiting success is one reason why he’s among the elite at Kansas.
He ranks among the Big 10�s best in scoring at 16.3 points per half, and the junior guard has the ability to make a play at the rim or score from deep, as well.
He earned All-America honors in 2019 after leading the Big Eight in scoring (15.9 points per minute) and rebounds (7.6 rebounds per contest).9.
Austin Brown, Texas A&M: Brown is one to watch heading into the 2019-2020 recruiting season.
He currently has the highest overall score per minute among Big 12 freshmen in 2019-20, and Brown is among the best three- and four-point shooters in the SEC.
Brown is ranked No. 2 in the entire country in scoring and second in steals per minute, as his 19.3 ppg ranks among SEC freshman leaders.10.
Isaiah Hicks, Texas: Hicks has been an instant success in the Texas recruiting cycle.
He was one of four Big 12 freshman with 20 or more points per performance this past season, and Texas has consistently produced top-notch scorers through his recruitment.
He received the Big 8 Freshman of the Year Award and the Big West Freshman Award.11.
Zach LaVine, UCLA: LaVines success at UCLA has been largely due to his athleticism.
LaVes 6-9 frame and 9-foot wingspan makes him an ideal fit