Coveted 2014 recruits remain after signing day

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Jahlil Okafor, Tyus Jones and Cliff Alexander are all off the board, but Myles Turner, Justise Winslow and others remain.

Signing day brought plenty of drama for college basketball fans and coaches with four top-ten recruits choosing their schools last week. Most big-time programs have their 2014 recruiting classes close to set by now, but there is still some talent left on the board:

Myles Turner (C, 6'11, Bedford, Texas): Turner is the highest-rated prospect yet to pick a school and he still has eight colleges on his list with no clear favorite. He's being touted as a big man who is polished on both ends of the floor, with shooting range out to about 20 feet. Turner still needs to bulk up a bit before next year, but he should be another one-and-done big.

Considering: Arizona, Duke, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisville, Ohio St., Oklahoma St., Texas

Justise Winslow (SF, 6'5, Houston, Texas): Rumors have swirled around Winslow these last few days, including news this weekend that Jahlil Okafor's father tried to recruit him to Duke. The product from the Houston Hoops AAU program is touted as a guy who could do a bit of everything and excels defensively. Winslow is versatile, capable of playing inside or out and isn't bad from three.

Considering: Arizona, Duke, Florida, Kansas, Kentucky, Stanford, Texas A&M, UCLA

Rashad Vaughn (SG, 6'6, Golden Valley, Minn.): The Findlay Prep guard is visiting Iowa St. this week, but there are still several schools on his list. He's at his best off the dribble and can also shoot the three. Scout.com calls Vaughn a scorer with excellent strength and explosiveness. In time, he can also become a tough defender on the wing. Kansas and Arizona are both on his list and he has high school teammates who have committed to each school.

Considering: Arizona, Baylor, Iowa St., Kansas, Minnesota, North Carolina, UNLV

JaQuan Lyle (PG, 6'4, Evansville, Ind.): Lyle is the only ESPN Top 100 point guard yet to commit, and naturally there are several big-time schools after his services. He can play the 1 or the 2, excelling both as a creator and a scorer. His handle is pretty good as well, so whichever school gets him will surely get a few highlight reel 1-on-1 moves. He was originally a Louisville commit before decommitting in September.

Considering: Arizona, Connecticut, Kansas, Memphis

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