Duke Blue Devils Commit Jabari Parker Will Start Next Season With Something to Prove
Jabari Parker will start out next season as the number two ranked player his age, which I’m sure bothers him beyond belief. He is a true competitor so how could it not?
— Duke Basketball (@HereWeGoDuke) July 18, 2013
Parker is a once in a generation type of talent and the rivalry between Andrew Wiggins and Parker will be one for the ages. Here is hoping that they meet more than once next year, because if they played in the tournament it would surely bring the house down.
Andrew Wiggins is top prize. But Julius Randle, Marcus Smart, Jabari Parker, Andrew Harrison & Aaron Gordon all considered prizes too
— Chad Ford (@chadfordinsider) July 3, 2013
Some scouts believe Parker will be a better pro, but the one thing I know is that Parker has had plenty of motivation to work on his game over the summer and he will come out next year with a chip on his shoulder.
— Rant Sports 24/7 (@RantSports247) July 2, 2013
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