The NBA Draft Stock Report checks in on which college basketball players have either helped or hurt their future draft position. This edition focuses on which Big Ten players have opened some eyes or disappointed since the start of the season.
Brandon Paul, SG, Illinois, Sr.
Talk about a breakout season. Paul would be my Big Ten Player of the Year right now if I had to pick since he has been simply awesome for the surprisingly undefeated Illini. He can score effectively from anywhere on the floor and shown an increased amount of maturity with his decision-making and shot selection. (I credit first year head coach John Groce since I think Bruce Weber was a terrible coach at Illinois.) If Paul continue to play at this level all season long, it would be hard pressed to keep him out of the first round.
Trey Burke, PG, Michigan, Soph.
Burke flirted with the NBA Draft this past summer but wisely chose to return for his sophomore season and as a result, has developed into one...