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The level of talent was immediately evident at the NBA 2K18 MT Coins first day of practice on Monday, even without some big names in attendance. Five-star prospects likeHarry Giles (Duke),Dennis Smith (NC State),Jonathan Isaac (Florida State),Wenyen Gabriel (Kentucky),Rawle.

Alkins (Arizona) andThon Maker (uncommitted) aren't even in attendance, and the overall strength of the class is still shining through.You're going to need to know these names soon. What better time to start than now?The power wings (Michigan State commit Miles Bridges

Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports) Jayson Tatum has been considered a top-three player in the class by most publications for the last 18 months. He's set to join best friend Harry Giles at Duke next year, marking the first time thetop two players in ESPN's rankings have each committed to the same school.Tatum is a 6'8 wing from St. Louis who will enter college basketball withas much polish as anyone in the class.

He's a mid-range assassin and is starting to extend his jumper out further on the perimeter. He averaged 13.9 points as one of four high school players on the United States' gold medal winning team at the 2015 FIBA U19 World Championship, and might have produced the most impressive highlight of the tournament:Josh Jackson, another Team USA U19 high school star, offerseven more athleticism and defensive potential than Tatum. Jackson is thoughtful off the court, but he's an alpha dog on it.

We're talking about a player Buy NBA Live Coins whojawed back and forth with Gary Payton in the middle of a game in January. It's easy to see Jackson in the mold of Wiggins or Stanley Johnson, and right now he'sranked No. 1 by Rivals and 247 Sports.He's also the best uncommitted player in the class, with a decision coming in the next two weeks. Jackson is down to Kansas, Arizona and his hometown school.