1. Damian Lillard, 6-2, Weber State. Top-notch scorer who looked good in individual workouts. Possesses a strong handle, too.
2. Kendall Marshall, 6-4, North Carolina. Good size and vision, takes care of ball and gets it to open man.
3. Tony Wroten, 6-6, Washington. Solid in all aspects with great size. Reminds some of long ago PG Nate McMillan.
4. Marquis Teague, 6-2, Kentucky. Nothing fancy here, but a true point guard who quarterbacked a stacked NCAA champion.
5. Tyshawn Taylor, 6-4, Kansas. Strong defender who can run an offense. Must do a better job of taking care of ball, though.
Shooting Guards1. Bradley Beal, 6-4, Florida. Sturdy build with 6-7 wingspan and outstanding athleticism. Can get to basket or pull-up with picture-perfect form.
2. Austin Rivers, 6-5, Duke. Explosive scorer who possesses strong ball-handling skills. Intelligent, but inconsistent.
3. Dion Waiters, 6-4, Syracuse. Another combo guard who can run the point in a pinch. Scorer who also plays well off the ball.
4. Jeremy Lamb, 6-5, Connecticut. Great leaper with a feathery outside touch. Scouts question his demeanor and overall aggressiveness.
5. Jeff Taylor, 6-7, Vanderbilt. Probably wont be much of a scorer at NBA level, as perimeter shot lacking. Likely to make his name on defensive end.
Small Forwards1. Harrison Barnes, 6-8, North Carolina. Strong perimeter shooter who finds ways to get open. Tested well athletically, but not great at putting ball on floor and getting to basket.
2. Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, 6-7, Kentucky. Excels in the open court, slashing to basket and defense. Superb athlete who needs tons of work on his jumper.
3. Terrence Ross, 6-7, Washington. Swing-type whos equally effective at shooting guard. Excellent finisher, dynamic dunker and strong passer. Lacks a conscience when it comes to shot selection.
4. Moe Harkless, 6-8, St. Johns. Possesses great reach and good skills around the basket. Wont scare anyone when shooting from beyond 12 feet.
5. Quincy Miller, 6-10, Baylor. Pretty ripe offensively but owns big upside that intrigues scouts. Good size and length.
1. Anthony Davis, 6-10, Kentucky. Very fluid, great length and owns agility of a guard. Game-changing shot-blocker with 7-5 wingspan, constantly improving offensively.
2. Thomas Robinson, 6-9, Kansas. Strong with good athleticism, uses his body to score with relative ease in paint. Very talented when facing basket, too.
3. John Henson, 6-10, North Carolina. Nothing overly flashy, an exceptional athlete who never forces anything. Alters shots and rebounds, but a little on the soft side offensively.
4. Perry Jones III, 6-11, Baylor. Almost more of a small forward, talented in every area. Consistency and effort big question marks.
5. Arnett Moultrie, 6-11, Mississipppi State. Powerful near basket with an endless motor. Could be a steal if he falls out of lottery. Can play center, too.
Centers1. Andre Drummond, 6-11, Connecticut. Physically gifted, owns outstanding size, strength and mobility. Outstanding finisher. Post-up game still fairly raw.
2. Tyler Zeller, 7-0, North Carolina. Runs floor better than any big man in draft. Good athlete who finishes well. Nedds work in halfcourt.
3. Meyers Leonard, 7-1, Illinois. Fluid for a 7-footer, developing skills but solid enough to make a difference. Hangs out on the perimeter too much.
4. Fab Melo, 7-0, Syracuse. Athletic and very strong, still learning the game. Not likely to score much from outside of 5 feet.
5. Festus Ezeli, 7-0, Vanderbilt. Strong NBA-ready frame who can clog the lane. Doesnt possess great athleticism, could use some polish offensively.
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