The 2014 NBA Draft is expected to be one of the best in recent years. There is a lot of young talent out there who have drawn interest from NBA general managers. Teams are suspected of tanking this season already to try to position themselves to get a guy who may possibly turn their entire franchise around. Here are some of the names that you should get used to hearing, in no certain order.
- Andrew Wiggins Freshman Kansas 6'8" 195 SG- Wiggins is extremely athletic, he can score any way that you want it and his hops has been described as Vince Carter like.
- Julius Randle Freshman Kentucky 6'9" 225 PF- Many believe that Randle is ready to play in the NBA now and he certainly has the body, he has an inside/outside game and can stretch defenses with his three point shooting ability.
- Jabari Parker Freshman Duke 6'8" 225 SF- A couple of years ago Parker's name was the one to know and it still is to some. He has been said to have the best all around game of this year's class to go along with his high hoops IQ.
- Aaron Gordon Freshman Arizona 6'8" 210 PF- To watch Gordon will remind you of Blake Griffin, he has the hops and the weak perimeter game. He is a good energy guy and can be beast around the boards.
- Marcus Smart Sophomore Oklahoma State 6'4" 225 PG- Smart could have been a top five draft pick in this past draft but decided to come back to play his sophomore season with the Cowboys. He is a strong guard who can get to the basket with ease and GMs have noticed the young man's character and leadership ability.
- Isaiah Austin Sophomore Baylor 7'0" 220 C- Austin is a long guy who can run the floor, he has pretty good handles and he has the ability to shoot the outside shot. He needs to add some weight to boost his strength and value.
- Alex Poythress Sophomore Kentucky 6'7" 215 SF- Poythress has all the talent in the world he just needs to step up this season with his consistency and his leadership.
- Glenn Robinson III Sophomore Michigan 6'6" 210 SF- Little Big Dog is described as an explosive athlete who can score in a variety of ways, he has a basketball mind and will show his leadership ability this season with Trey Burke and Tim Hardaway Jr. gone.
- Willie Cauley-Stein Sophomore Kentucky 7'0" 220 C- Cualey-Stein has been described as a raw athlete that is being molded by Kentucky coach John Calipari. He can run the floor, block shots and defend the basket.
- Andrew Harrison Freshman Kentucky 6'5" 210 PG- Harrison is a one of two, his twin brother Aaron is a highly rated prospect as well, but Andrew is a point guard cut from a similar cloth of Russell Westbrook. He is explosive, has great court vision and can put the ball in the basket.
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