I am the same age as both of these young and very talented prospects. I have been watching Jabari ever since he was a freshmen and Andrew Wiggins for about two years. When you watch both of these guys you can't help but think to yourself on how good these two can be. Andrew Wiggins, a Canadian who went to Huntington Prep in Virginia, is by far the best athlete to come out of High School since Lebron James.

Then there is Jabari Parker who hails from Simeon Prep out in Chicago, Illinois and is one of the most skilled freshmen this side of the century. Now the real question is if you're an NBA GM with the Number 1 pick in the 2014 draft, who do you take?

Let's take a look on what Andrew Wiggins' 3 Strengths and Weaknesses are. as well as his NBA comparison.

1.) Athleticism: Any surprise here? Andrew Wiggins is the most athletically gifted basketball player since Lebron James and if you don't know who that is than you probably shouldn't be reading this article.
2.) Penetration: Although Andrew hasn't had the eye popping scoring numbers you would expect from him so far, he has a great first step towards the basket. When he is confident enough to use it on a consistent basis he will start scoring with ease. This will allow him to draw fouls and get to the free throw line and also let him open up his mid range game.
3.) Mid-Range Shooting: Not many people see it yet but I believe that Andrew has a very nice stroke that will only improve with time and practice. If he becomes a 40 to 45% shooter from around the floor this will just make him an even bigger threat to opponents. Think about trying to defend a great athlete that can beat you from the outside and inside with his skills. Scary right?