Jabari Parker Give High Respect with Sporting News Number Two Ranking For Power Forward
Jabari Parker was recently ranked as the number two ranked power forward in next year’s season of college basketball, and it is well deserved after his fourth straight national title.
— KiKe Navlag (@EkirNavlag) June 13, 2013
He heads to Duke next year with high expectations, but he has a group around him who can take advantage of his unique talents. He will play the Ryan Kelly role in the offense, but also expect him to be used as one of the team’s primary ball handlers.
Listening to Jabari Parker speech at my sister graduation.
— Ladies Love Cool T4 (@LaidBackT4) June 13, 2013
Parker has even said in the past that he may stay in college for some years, but Duke Blue Devil nation better not hold their breath on that one. Parker will likely hear from scouts that he has the potential to be a top five pick in next year’s draft; we will also have to see if Parker has the desire to serve an LDS mission after college, but that seems extremely unlikely when you look at what his potential in the future is.
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