14. Tyler Ennis, Syracuse
The only other kid from Canada that can challenge Wiggs for that top spot is Syracuse freshman Tyler Ennis. The prototypical floor general has the court vision, savvy and ability to play at higher level than most would expect. Ennis has a game that sneaks up on you. One minute he’s an active distributor and the next he’s aggressively giving out buckets to whoever’s in front of him. The NBA is all about point guards who can play off the pick-and-roll right now, and Tyler’s real creative with it.