Andrew Wiggins re-classifies, Jabari Parker drops from No. 1 ranking

Gary A. Vasquez-US PRESSWIRE

High school basketball star Andrew Wiggins will graduate a year early and push Jabari Parker out of the No. 1 ranking for the class of 2013.

High school basketball star Andrew Wiggins will reclassify and enter the class of 2013, where he will take over the No. 1 prospect ranking from Chicago's Jabari Parker.

Wiggins is a 6-foot-8 forward out of Canada who play for Huntington Prep in West Virginia. He has already replaced Parker at the top of Scout.com's class of 2013 rankings. Wiggins is expected to choose between Florida State and Kentucky, but has not officially ruled out all other schools.

Parker, a 6-foot-8 forward at Simeon High School in Chicago, was previously the top ranked recruit for 2013. Parker has narrowed his school choices down to five - Stanford, Michigan State, Duke, BYU, and Florida. Parker is also a Mormon and has not ruled out going on his mission at some point in the next year or two.

Parker's Simeon does not play Wiggins' Huntington Prep this season. Both players still have some time before they have to officially declare which college they will attend.

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