Rankings: Point Guard | Shooting Guard | Small Forward | Power Forward | Center
1) Cleveland Cavaliers- PF, Nerlens Noel, Kentucky, Fr.
About the Pick: This guy (a lot like Anthony Davis) can impact a game by just playing defense. His offensive game needs some work but he will get a lot of blocked shots and rebounds as soon as he gets in the league
2) Orlando Magic – SG Ben McLemore, Kansas, Fr.
About the Pick: He is a great pure scorer with athleticism on one of the top teams in the country only as a freshman. Any team that picks him will most likely be able to insert him into their starting lineup immediately or be there 6th man off the bench. I definitely see him being able to score 20 points a game in a few years.
3) Washington Wizards- C Alex Len, Maryland, So.
About the Pick: Len is a big bodied center who put on a lot of weight and muscle this past offseason. He has shown a lot of improvements this year but I would like to see more consistency on the offensive end. Sometimes he relies too much on his jump shot when he should attack the basket.
4) Charlotte Bobcats – SF Otto Porter, Georgetown, So.
About the Pick: A good young small forward with a lot of versatility. Only a sophomore but I like his wing play. He is been climbing up draft boards as of late with his play. However, he played very poor until the end of game in the first round of the NCAA Tournament when his team lost in the first round.
5) Phoenix Suns – PG Trey Burke, Michigan, So.
About the Pick: In my opinion, one of the most exciting players in college basketball. He is a true point guard and can do it all.
6) New Orleans Hornets- PF Anthony Bennett, UNLV, Fr.
About the Pick: A good young small forward with a lot of versatility. Only a sophomore but I like his wing play. He is been climbing up draft boards as of late with his play. However, he played very poor until the end of game in the first round of the NCAA Tournament when his team lost in the first round. About the Pick: One of the most impressive offensive front court players in the country. He is only 6’7” but has a 7’1” wingspan. He is very quick and difficult to guard.
7) Sacramento Kings- SG Victor Oladipo, Indiana
About the Pick: Can play the shooting guard or small forward. He is a great defender and has proved he can score in the big game.
8) Detroit Pistons- SF Shabazz Muhammad, UCLA, Fr.
About the Pick: He is a very solid wing player with a lot of potential. Started slowly this year but he is really starting to come along. He is only a freshman so he has a lot of potential.
9) Minnesota Timberwolves- PF Cody Zeller, Indiana, So.
About the Pick: I like Zeller and what he brings to a team a lot but I do not think he will be a great NBA player. He shows great leadership and hustle and can obviously rebound and get it done near the basket on offense.
10)Portland Trailblazers- PF/C Kelly Olynyk, Gonzaga, Jr.
About the Pick: Olynyk is a very solid 7 footer who can score down low in many different ways.
11) Philadelphia 76ers- PF Mason Plumlee, Duke, Sr.
About the Pick: Plumlee is a great athlete who is having his best season. He is very unselfish and runs the court well. He can also impact a game without scoring much.
12) Oklahoma City Thunder- PG Michael Carter-Williams, Syracuse, So.
About the Pick: He is a great pass first point guard who does not turn the ball over much as well. Can easily get 8 plus assists a game in his first few years in the league.
13)Dallas Mavericks- PG Shane Larkin, Miami, So.
About the Pick: Shane Larkin is a floor general who really put himself on the map this season being able to play in the big game. He should be a solid guard in this league.
14) Utah Jazz- PG/SG CJ McCollum, Lehigh, Sr.
About the Pick: Projects more as a shooting guard at the next level. He likes to have the ball in his hands and he can flat out score.
15) Milwaukee Bucks- SG Archie Goodwin, Kentucky, Fr.
About the Pick: Very solid versatile guard who can get it done on the perimeter and attacking the basket.