Five-star prospect Wayne Selden reclassifies back to 2013
Wayne Selden was ranked No. 7 in the class of 2014, but he announced on Friday that he would reclassifying to 2013.
Nerlens Noel made waves in February when he announced he was moving back to the class of 2012. On Friday, another Tilton (N.H.) prospect stole the headlines with a reclassification announcement.
Wayne Selden, a five-star prospect in the class of 2014, is moving back into the class of 2013.
Selden, a 6-foot-5 guard, first reclassified when he transferred from John D. O’Bryant (Mass.) to Tilton.
“I believe I am physically and academically ready to go back to my original class,” Selden told ESPN.com’s Paul Biancardi, who broke the news.
Selden was ranked No. 7 in CBSSports.com’s 2014 rankings, but could drop a few spots when we release our updated 2013 rankings in a couple of weeks. With that said, Selden will still be a five-star prospect.
Plenty of colleges will make Selden a priority, but he told ESPN.com his list included Florida, UCLA, Kansas, Ohio State, Kentucky, Harvard and Connecticut.
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