Jabari Parker never even got the opportunity to defend his title. It was set up by Nike for Friday afternoon at the Peach Jam, the most anticipated event of the all-important July recruiting period: Parker, the top-ranked player in the Class 2013, against Andrew Wiggins, the clear-cut number one player in the Class of 2014. The heavyweight bout that trumped just about every heavyweight bout down here in recent memory. But Parker was a no-show down in North Augusta. He was back home in Chicago, nursing a foot injury sustained months ago. So instead of Parker, the 6-foot-7 1/2, 200-pound Wiggins was forced to settle for the No. 2 player in the senior class on Friday night: Julius Randle. It was mass destruction.