Positioning yourself so that the nation's top recruits will be enticed to join your team is no easy task. From the moment you offer a scholarship until the athlete steps foot on campus, you have to wage a campaign and show why your program is better than the next. The experts at RecruitingNation listed their top 10 recruiting battles for elite basketball recruits via the #BlueChipBattles project. Which players are most worth the battle? Click the photos below to set your rankings, then head to Twitter (@RecruitingESPN) to voice your opinion!

Top basketball recruiting battles

Leron Black

Leron Black

Position: SF
Class: 2014
Status: Undeclared
Considering:
Baylor
Kentucky
Ohio State
Florida
Connecticut
Memphis
Kansas
Missouri
NC State
Louisville
Tennessee
Vanderbilt

Keith Frazier

Keith Frazier

Position: SG
Class: 2013
Status: Undeclared
Considering:
Auburn
SMU
Texas A&M
Texas
Texas Tech
Oregon

Aaron Gordon

Aaron Gordon

Position: PF
Class: 2013
Status: Undeclared
Considering:
Washington
Arizona
Kentucky

Tyus Jones

Tyus Jones

Position: PG
Class: 2014
Status: Undeclared
Considering:
Minnesota
Michigan State
Kentucky
Duke
Ohio State
Kansas

Rysheed Jordan

Rysheed Jordan

Position: PG
Class: 2013
Status: Undeclared
Considering:
UCLA
St. John's
Temple

Trey Lyles

Trey Lyles

Position: PF
Class: 2014
Status: Undeclared
Considering:
Indiana
Duke
Notre Dame
Florida
Tennessee
UCLA
Harvard
Kentucky
Louisville
Stanford

Emmanuel Mudiay

Emmanuel Mudiay

Position: PG
Class: 2014
Status: Undeclared
Considering:
Arizona
Baylor
Duke
Florida
Kansas
Kentucky
SMU

Jahlil Okafor

Jahlil Okafor

Position: C
Class: 2014
Status: Undeclared
Considering:
DePaul
Duke
Kentucky
Illinois
Ohio State
Louisville
Arizona
Arkansas
Michigan State

Julius Randle

Julius Randle

Position: PF
Class: 2013
Status: Undeclared
Considering:
Kansas
Florida
Kentucky
Texas
Oklahoma
NC State

Andrew Wiggins

Andrew Wiggins

Position: SF
Class: 2013
Status: Undeclared
Considering:
Florida State
Kansas
Kentucky
UNC

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