C, 6'10", 275 lbs.
Middletown, Conn. (St. Thomas More)
Drummond is the elite big man of this class, and he could be the No. 1 pick in the 2013 NBA draft if he keeps developing. "From a pure prospect standpoint, his mix of size and athleticism is unbelievable," says Scout.com analyst Evan Daniels. UConn is assumed to be Drummond's top choice, but he's been tight-lipped about his recruitment.
G-F, 6'6", 205 lbs.
Las Vegas (Bishop Gorman)
The lefty is an attacking wing who, according to Rivals.com analyst Jerry Meyer, "almost seems more athletic when he's in traffic." Muhammad has the ability to become a go-to guy as a freshman. Although his high school coach is the brother of new UNLV coach Dave Rice, the recruiting finalists are more likely to be UCLA, North Carolina and Duke.
G, 6'4", 185 lbs.