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Top-40 national prospects from Texas and where they've committed

My Monday column on the state of Texas basketball details how there have been 21 top-40 national prospects from Texas (according to Scout.com) commit from the past seven recruiting classes, and that Texas has landed just one of them.

That's a stunning statistic.

Here are the details broken down by class:

----- 2008 -----

19. Willie Warren (Oklahoma)
30. Anthony Jones (Baylor)

----- 2009 -----

27. Tommy Mason-Griffin (Oklahoma)

----- 2010 -----

9. Perry Jones (Baylor)
18. Tony Mitchell (North Texas)
39. Cameron Clark (Oklahoma)

----- 2011 -----

9. LeBryan Nash (Oklahoma State)

----- 2012 -----

3. Isaiah Austin (Baylor)
11. Cameron Ridley (Texas)
12. Rasheed Sulaimon (Duke)
13. Marcus Smart (Oklahoma State)
14. Danuel House (Houston)
37. Shaquille Cleare (Maryland)

----- 2013 -----

2. Julius Randle (Kentucky)
5. Andrew Harrison (Kentucky)
6. Aaron Harrison (Kentucky)
25. Matt Jones (Duke)
33. Keith Frazier (SMU)
37. Jordan Mickey (LSU)

----- 2014 -----

2. Myles Turner (uncommitted)
3. Emmanuel Mudiay (SMU)
8. Justin Jackson (North Carolina)
9. Justise Winslow (uncommitted)
11. Kelly Oubre (uncommitted)


Gary Parrish is a senior college basketball columnist for CBSSports.com and college basketball insider for the CBS Sports Network. The Mississippi native also hosts an award-winning radio show in Memphis. He lives in that area with his wife, two sons and two dogs.
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