Same blogger(Henricksen) ranked IL's class of '14 prospects about 6 weeks ago, KSU targets pasted below:
3. Keita Bates-Diop, 6-7, WF, Normal (U-High)
You love players that continue to make strides and improve little by little, which is what Bates-Diop has done over the past three years. When he fully develops physically (which will probably leave him at 6-8 or 6-9) -- and as he takes a leap forward with his assertiveness with continued maturity -- look out. He can step out, face the basket and knock down shots. He's blessed with ridiculous length with a 7-foot wingspan. Still a long way to go for this talented combo forward to reach his ceiling, which makes him that much more appealing.
9. Tyquane Greer, 6-6, WF, Chicago (Orr)
Hoops Report has always gushed about the upside of Greer, who is growing and filling out physically. He's still just a pup. A super athlete with length and an ability to shoot the ball with range. Still needs to play with more consistency as he will float in and out of games. He must also become a bigger weapon off the dribble and add to his overall offensive game.
14. Peyton Allen, 6-4, 2G/WF, Chatham-Glenwood
He's developed into a high-major shooter, thus he now entertains high-major offers from both Oklahoma State and Iowa. Allen has size at 6-4, shooting range and a pretty solid basketball acumen. But his body type and lack of foot speed and athleticism are cause for concern when projecting him at the high-major level.http://blogs.suntimes.com/hoopsreport/2012/05/class_of_2014_is_special_at_th.html