These are players who will still be in high school after this year.
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6.) Andrew Wiggins, 6’7” 200, SF, Vaughan Secondary School, Toronto, Ont 2014- The Canadian is the son of former 1st round pick and 9 year NBA veteran, Mitchell Wiggins. The younger Wiggins is as smooth a wing prospect as you’ll find. He is an elite level athlete and makes jaw dropping plays around the basket. He has been called the great Canadian Hope and for good reason. He shows flashes of being a good jumpshooter and creator off the bounce, but those skills are in their developmental stages. There is no reason to think that those skills will not catch up with his elite athletic ability. According to various reports, he is rumored to be moving to the U.S. and enrolling in a high school in the fall. His upside is limitless and as he matures and gets stronger his game will go to new heights. NBA Comparison: Scottie Pippen
Wow, with Tristan Thompson, Myck Kabongo and Andrew Wiggins, maybe Canada will have a competitive team for the 2016 Olympics.