From LeBron to Wiggins ... and everyone in between

  • Updated: May 14, 2013 - 12:08 AM

Andrew Wiggins, the No. 1 overall men’s basketball recruit in the high school Class of 2013, is set to make his college choice Tuesday — picking between Kentucky, Kansas, North Carolina and Florida State. Wiggins has been called the top recruit since LeBron James, the consensus top high schooler in 2003. In honor of that 10-year span, we’re taking a look at the other nine players from 2004 to 2012 to hold the designation as the Rivals.com No. 1 overall recruit:

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Seattle - LP: T. Walker 2 FINAL
Toronto - WP: A. Sanchez 8
Houston - WP: J. Thatcher 10 FINAL
Detroit - LP: A. Wilson 8
Cincinnati - LP: R. Iglesias 2 FINAL
Cleveland - WP: T. Bauer 5
Baltimore - LP: M. Gonzalez 2 FINAL
Miami - WP: T. Koehler 5
Oakland - WP: S. Gray 7 FINAL
Tampa Bay - LP: E. Ramirez 2
NY Mets - LP: J. Niese 1 FINAL
Pittsburgh - WP: F. Liriano 9
Philadelphia - LP: A. Harang 1 FINAL
Washington - WP: G. Gonzalez 4
LA Angels - LP: H. Santiago 1 FINAL
Boston - WP: W. Miley 6
Milwaukee - LP: J. Nelson 1 FINAL
Atlanta - WP: M. Foltynewicz 2
St. Louis - WP: M. Wacha 6 FINAL
Kansas City - LP: Y. Ventura 1
Minnesota - WP: K. Gibson 8 FINAL
Chicago WSox - LP: J. Quintana 1
Chicago Cubs 3 Top 8th Inning
Arizona 4
San Diego 11 Bottom 8th Inning
Los Angeles 3
San Francisco 0 Top 1st Inning
Colorado 0
Texas - Y. Gallardo 7:05 PM
NY Yankees - C. Capuano
Atlanta 7:30 PM
Cleveland
Tampa Bay 7:00 PM
NY Rangers
Philadelphia 1 2nd Half 30:00
Red Bull New York 0
Orlando City 6:00 PM
San Jose

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