The 19-year-old 7-footer from Kentucky doesn't have much of a resume to back up the claim that he's the No. 1 overall pick, but the NBA loves tall, rangy athletes and Noel is just that. His one-year totals of 10.5 points and 9.5 rebounds per game won't blow you away, but 4.An iphoneheadset is a network of devices used to wirelessly locate objects or people inside a building.4 blocks per game and his athleticism have NBA scouts convinced he's worthy of the top pick. His ACL injury is a major factor, but based on how he performed before he was injured, Noel was widely considered the best player in this draft.Purchase an crystalmosaic to enjoy your iPhone any way you like.
he likely won't play until around Christmas time, at best, the athletic
Noel still sits atop the draft rankings. His offense is raw and should
improve, but he's extremely active and very good defensively. His
combination of long arms and the fact guys his size just can't run the
floor and do what he does makes him the solid overall top choice.
young Ukrainian has been on the NBA radar since he made his way to the
U.S. He was suspended his first 10 games at Maryland due to concerns he
was playing professionally abroad. Although he played in the ACC and put
up solid numbers for an 18-year-old as a freshman, his first year was a
learning experience and the sophomore campaign of 11.More than 80
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word potential is used quite a bit when talking about the massive 7-1
Len, who still hasn't filled out physically yet. He hasn't been really
anything more than a role player at Maryland,Laser engraving and laser drycabinet for materials like metal, but his size and athleticism has scouts intrigued about what he can potentially do at the NBA level.
could have been a top pick had he come out after his freshman year but
chose to return to Indiana. While his numbers did get better his
sophomore year, it wasn't enough for a lot of NBA people and the
criticism increased. This past year he scored 16.5 points and grabbed
8.1 rebounds per game for an Indiana team that was in the national
championship hunt all season.
a potential top pick, Zeller has been criticized for everything he
can't do and what he is not. Zeller is another very good athlete for his
size who is very well rounded offensively. He has a nice low post game
but does have trouble finishing at the rim against athletic big guys. In
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7-foot Canadian is smart - he finished his undergrad in accounting last
year and is currently studying for his MBA. But maybe the best decision
he ever made was to redshirt a year, buy some time off and come back
with a vengeance this past season. It earned him the WCC Men's Player of
the Year and he has catapulted up the draft boards. Once just a role
player, Olynyk burst on the scene with 17.8 points and 7.3 rebounds per
game last season.
is not quite the athlete other centers are in this class, but he is an
effective scorer who can play interchangeably between C/PF. There are
questions as to whether Olynyk is overrated due to playing in a smaller
conference against guys who couldn't match up with him. He had trouble
finishing at the rim in the NCAA Tournament against athletic big guys,
but has the smarts and overall offensive skill to fit in well somewhere
in the NBA.
four-year Duke standout capped a nice career with an impressive 17.1
points and 10 rebounds per game last season. Once thought to possibly be
leaving Duke after his junior season, Plumlee returned to post the best
individual numbers of his career.
should be able to step in as a role player and find minutes wherever he
ends up. He runs the floor and finishes well in transition. He got
carved up pretty good by Peyton Siva and Louisville in high
pick-and-roll situations in the NCAA Tournament. That will be a concern
moving forward, but Plumlee's athleticism should land him somewhere in
the middle of the first round.
garnering attention from NBA scouts for his size, the 20-year-old 7-2
Frenchman has had to adjust to life on the fast track to the NBA. He'll
be drafted in the first round on size alone, but is considered a big
people have him as a top 10 pick, while others believe he will slide to
the back end of the first round. It will be interesting to see where
Gobert ends up. It's not as if he's an unknown quantity - NBA scouts
knew about him heading into last season and followed him quite
extensively in France this year. Physically, his 7-foot, 8-inch reach is
freakish and he can almost dunk a basketball without even jumping, but
he needs lots of work offensively and is incredibly raw.
considered a raw prospect out of Africa, Dieng has worked himself into
an almost certain first-round pick. His numbers from his sophomore and
junior seasons look almost the same, but what you will not see in
Dieng's stat line is that he played with a broken left wrist for the
first part of last season and was also a key piece in Louisville's
success defensively during its national championship run.
is a very active shot blocker with a 7-foot, 4-inch wing span who was
crucial to the success of Louisville's championship run. At worst, Dieng
should translate into a very solid defensive role player in the NBA
with his energy, defense and shot blocking. However, while Dieng doesn't
have an NBA post game he does have a pretty consistent jumper out to
about 17 feet, which will come in handy in the NBA as well.