Jabari Parker, hailed by some as the best basketball prospect since LeBron James, is flattered by such talk but respectfully disagrees. “That’s a little bit too extreme for me,” Parker told reporters this week at the Top 100 Camp, “seeing LeBron (and) how he handled high school and how he was the No. 1 pick. I think that’s a little bit too much. “I’m thankful for it. But I wouldn’t consider myself the best since LeBron.” Parker, a 6-8 forward from Chicago, might not be in James’ class but like James he is the consensus pick as the No. 1 prospect in his class.