Originally posted on The Sports Bank  |  Last updated 11/26/12
Here is an insanely early 2014 NBA Mock Draft.  Click here for The Sports Bank’s 2013 NBA Mock Draft. 1. Andrew Wiggins, SF, Undecided, 6-6, HS Sr. The top recruit in the 2013 class, Andrew Wiggins recently reclassified from the 2014 class which will make him eligible for the 2014 NBA Draft. 2, Andrew Harrison, PG, Kentucky, 6-5, HS Sr. He has terrific size for a point guard and knows how to use his physicality to overpower opponents at the rim. 3. Jabari Parker, SF, Undecided, 6-8, HS Sr. Versatility is the key for Jabari Parker and NBA teams will love the fact that he is a high character kid as well. 4. Julius Randle, PF, Undecided, 6-9, HS Sr. The lefty has a solid inside/outside game and will be a major prize for whichever team lands his services. 5. Willie Cauley-Stein, C, Kentucky, 7-0, Fr. A long and athletic big, Willie Cauley-Stein is a presence at the rim and loaded with potential. 6. Aaron Harrison, SG, Kentucky, 6-5, HS Sr. The other Harrison twin has a similar game to his brother but is more accustomed to playing off the ball since Andrew typically runs the point. 7, Mario Hezonja, SG, Croatia, 6-6, 1995 Mario Hezonja is in the mold of most European wings since he is a crafty all-around scorer. 8. Ben McLemore, SG, Kansas, 6-5, Fr. After sitting out last season because he was a partial qualifier, Ben McLemore will show off his well-rounded offensive game this year at Kansas. 9. Greg Whittington, G/F, Georgetown, 6-8, So. An athletic, lengthy wing, Greg Whittington can also stroke it from distance. 10. Steven Adams, C, Pitt, 7-0, Fr. The New Zealand native has the ideal size to be a true NBA big man and the developing skill set to match. 11. Michael Carter-Williams, PG, Syracuse, 6-5, So. The wirey combo guard is a solid distributor but also dangerous when attacking the basket. 12. Rakeem Christmas, PF, Syracuse, 6-9, So. An extremely athletic and lengthy post player, Rakeem Christmas is still a work in progress with his offensive game. 13. Grant Jarrett, PF, Arizona, 6-10, Fr. Though still having a long way to go in terms of developing his body, the athletic power forward can also step out and hit the three ball. 14. Rodney Hood, SF, Duke, 6-8, So. The Mississippi State transfer is sitting out this season but will get a chance to shine in the national spotlight next season at Duke. 15. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, SG, Georgia, 6-4, Fr. KC-P is an athletic wing with a pretty stoke from deep. 16. Kyle Anderson, SF, UCLA, 6-9, Fr. Kyle Anderson is a smooth, all-around, unique talent who can play a point forward type roll. 17. Wayne Blackshear, SG, Louisville, 6-5, So. After suffering through injury for most of his freshman campaign, the Cardinal sophomore should make a name for himself this year playing on one of the top teams in the country. 18. Rasmus Larsen, C, Denmark, 7-0, 1994 The Danish big man has the size and mobility to develop into a solid NBA center. 19. Rodney Purvis, SG, N.C. State, 6-4, Fr. Rodney Purvis is a talented scorer off the bounce and can also stroke it from distance. 20. Jarnell Stokes, PF, Tennessee, 6-8, So. Jarnell Stokes is an undersized but very physical presence in the paint. 21. Andre Roberson, SF, Colorado, 6-7, Jr. A tremendous athlete, Andre Roberson is a prolific rebounder at the college level but still working on becoming a more consistent outside shooter. 22. LaDontae Henton, SF, Providence, 6-6, So. The lefty is an inside/outside threat who knows how to attack the glass.  He is one of my early, early sleepers for the 2014 Draft. 23. Khem Birch, PF, UNLV, 6-9, So. A thin but long talent, the Pitt transfer makes his biggest impact as a rebounder and shot blocker. 24. Przemek Barnowski, C, Gonzaga, 7-1, Fr. At 305 pounds, the Poland native takes up a ton of space inside and actually has solid mobility and offensive game to boot. 25. Reggie Bullock, SG, North Carolina, 6-6, Jr. The Tar Heel junior made the most of his opportunity in becoming a starter after Dexter Strickland was injured.  He has great size for his position and can shoot the ball from deep. 26. Doug McDermott, SF, Creighton, 6-7, Jr. Some NBA team will love to have a pure shooter like Doug McDermott coming off their bench. 27. Allan Crabbe, SG, Cal, 6-6, Jr. Allan Crabbe is a versatile scorer but not an off-the-charts athlete. 28. Dmitry Kuligan, PG, Russia, 6-5, 1992 A playmaker with great passing ability, the Russian could likely play either guard position in the NBA since he can also score in a variety of ways. 29. Fuquan Edwin, SF, Seton Hall, 6-6, Jr. Fuquan Edwin is an athletic wing who could make his calling in the NBA as a lockdown perimeter defender. 30. Tim Hardaway Jr., SG, Michigan, 6-5, Jr. The Wolverine didn’t blossom in his sophomore year like most expected but can score the basketball in a variety of ways. SECOND ROUND 31. Tony Snell, SF, New Mexico, 6-7, Jr. 32. Phil Pressey, PG, Missouri, 5-10, Jr. 33. Gorgui Dieng, C, Louisville, 6-11, Jr. 34. Dwight Powell, PF, Stanford, 6-9, Jr. 35. Sean Kilpatrick, SG, Cincinnati, 6-4, Jr. 36. Aaron Craft, PG, Ohio State, 6-2, Jr. 37. Jordan Bachynski, C, Arizona State, 7-2, Jr. 38. Ray McCallum, PG, Detriot, 6-1, Jr. 39. C.J. Fair, SF, Syracuse, 6-8, Jr. 40. Deonte Burton, PG, Nevada, 6-1, Jr. 41. Phillip Neumann, C, Germany, 6-11, 1992 42. Kendall Williams, G, New Mexico, 6-4, Jr. 43. Alec Brown, C, Green Bay, 7-1, Jr. 44. Victor Oladipo, SG, Indiana, 6-5, Jr. 45. Linos Chrysikopoulos, SF, Greece, 6-7, 1992 46. C.J. Aikan, F, St. Joseph’s, 6-9, Jr. 47. Okaro White, F, Florida State, 6-8, Jr. 48. Ian Miller, G, Florida State, 6-3, Jr. 49. C.J. Wilcox, SG, Washington, 6-5, Jr. 50. Travis McKie, SF, Wake Forest, 6-7, Jr. 51. Tarik Black, PF, Memphis, 6-8, Jr. 52. Shabazz Napier, PG, UConn, 6-1, Jr. 53. Keith Appling, PG, Michigan State, 6-1, Jr. 54. Chris Crawford, SG, Memphis, 6-4, Jr. 55. Cleveland Melvin, F, DePaul, 6-8, Jr. 56. DeAndre Kane, G, Marshall, 6-4, Jr. 57. Joshua Smith, C, UCLA, 6-10, Jr. 58. Trey Ziegler, SG, Pitt, 6-5, Jr. 59. Earnest Ross, SG, Missouri, 6-5, Jr. 60. Roy Devyn Marble, G/F, Iowa, 6-6, Jr. David Kay is a senior feature NBA Draft, NBA, and college basketball writer for the Sports Bank.  He also heads up the NBA and college basketball material at Walter Football.com and is a former contributor at The Washington Times Communities.  David has appeared on numerous national radio programs spanning from Cleveland to New Orleans to Honolulu.  He also had the most accurate 2011 NBA Mock Draft and the most accurate 2012 NBA Mock Draft on the internet (Yup, repeat champ… #humblebrag.) You can follow him on Twitter at David_Kmiecik.
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