Editor's note: This is the seventh in a series breaking down the recruitments of the nation's top uncommitted seniors. Previous breakdowns looked at No. 1 overall prospect Andrew Wiggins, No. 2 Jabari Parker (who since committed to Duke), No. 4 Julius Randle, No. 7 Aaron Gordon, No. 19 Jermaine Lawrence (who since committed to Cincinnati) and No. 22 Keith Frazier.
Scan the top 25 point guards in the Class of 2013 and one thing will stand out about ESPN 100 prospect Rysheed Jordan (Philadelphia/Vaux Roberts), besides his talent: He's the only guy on the list who remains uncommitted. And at a position like point guard, being the best available makes him a highly coveted recruit.
Rated the nation's No. 66 overall prospect and the No. 16 point guard, Jordan will have an interesting geographical decision between his three finalists: hometown Temple, relatively nearby St. John's or completely cross-country UCLA.
Here's how our RecruitingNation basketball experts think Jordan's recruitment will play out, complete with what makes him special, improvement for the next level, freshman projections in college, decision factors and predictions on what school he'll choose.