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I'm pretty sure I've used some variation of this as the intro the last 2 times I've started officially releasing my prospect rankings, but screw it, I'm doing it again. After all the games, all the injuries, all the research, all the ranking, re-ranking, and re-re-ranking, all the hints dropped, all the plugs at the end of old posts, all the Facebook reminders, and the last 2 days of lead-ins, we've finally come to this moment, the unveiling of the first third of the 2013-2014 AB4AR Top 30. This first group has a lot of new faces and a few familiar ones. It's got players still scratching the surface of their potential, players still struggling to reach their potential, and players whose potential could already be shrinking. After the jump, spots 30-21 of this year's AB4AR Top 30.