Gorgui Dieng (#10 pictured) may have the most defensive upside of any prospect in the 2013 NBA Draft.
Southerland's length (#43 pictured) and long range shooting skill gives him an opportunity at the next level.
A second generation Orangemen standout, Brandon (#20 pictured) was a big part of Syracuse’s Final Four run in 2013.
He didn’t even play in his only year at Providence, yet declared early for the NBA Draft. With that said, expect to hear former Friars guard Ricky Ledo’s name to get called next month.
Adams is one of the better center prospects in the NBA Draft due to a solid combination of size and athleticism. Find out what former NBA All-Star he compares to in our scouting report.
For an extended stretch in 2012-13, Porter may have been the most efficient player in college basketball.
One of the NCAA’s silkiest big point guard generals, Michael Carter-Williams (#1 pictured shooting) took a huge leap in development from Year 1-to-Year 2 in Jim Boeheim’s system.
An outstanding leader not afraid of the big moment, Siva was a huge instrument for the 2012-13 NCAA champion Louisville Cardinals as a senior.
An all-around player who took his game to a new level this past season, Blue stood out athletically at the 2013 NBA Combine.
Thompson turned it up a notch for the Hoyas in 2011-12. Even with that being the case, it was somewhat of a surprise to see him declare a year early for the 2012 NBA Draft.