The Chicago star looks like the second best prospect in the 2014 draft class.
Though some high school seniors -- including Simeon's Jabari Parker -- have yet to decide which college they will be attending, NBA Draft prognosticators are already looking ahead to the 2014 NBA Draft. As thing stand now, the Chicago star is projected as the No. 2 overall pick in the draft behind Andrew Wiggins, per NBADraft.net
If things hold the way many see them now, the 2014 draft should be an intriguing one stocked with prospects. In NBADraft.net's 2014 mock, all of the first four overall picks are wing players that stand between 6'7 and 6'9. That group includes Wiggins and Parker plus Julius Randle and Indiana commit Noah Vonleh.
For now, though, Parker must decide on a college first, where he will play at least one season. It is believed that Parker has narrowed his focus to the Florida Gators, Michigan State Spartans and Stanford Cardinal, with the BYU Cougars holding an outside shot.