KYRIE IRVING, 2010: NO. 2
The second-best prospect of 2010, Kyrie Irving was ranked behind only Harrison Barnes in his class. Of course, the former wound up attending Duke while the latter chose UNC, meaning the top two players of 2010 were split amongst arguably the most heated rivalry in college basketball.
Irving would go on to miss the vast chunk of the only year he spent at Duke, but was still able to do enough to warrant being the top pick of the 2011 draft. The 2016 NBA champion averaged 17.5 points and 4.3 assists at Duke, dropping 28 points in his final game as a collegiate, a Sweet 16 loss to Derrick Williams and Arizona.