First things first WHY DOES DAVID LOCKE SOUND SO CREPPY WHENS HE TALKS TO NEW PLAYERS/COACHES?
The 2015 draft is loaded with talent a lot like this past year was. The bigger focus in next years draft is big men, and I think there are a few franchise changing talents. Before you jump the gun and say that you need to do a years worth scouting I want a quick pull that maybe we can look back and smile in a year after selecting one of the people we're about to vote for.
Heres a mock of the lottery.
The top recruit in the 2014 class, Jahlil Okafor is a terrific back-to-the-basket post scorer who knows how to carve out space inside with his wide body.
With ideal size and strength for an NBA point guard, Emmanuel Mudiay is at his best off the bounce.
Cliff Alexander brings a terrific combination of strength and athleticism to the power forward position.
A developing big man with incredible athleticism, Myles Turner is just scratching the surface with how good he might be.
Stanley Johnson brings tremendous athleticism and versatility to the floor.
An athletic, lengthy small forward, Kelly Oubre will step in for Andrew Wiggins next year at Kansas.
The lefty is an extremely physical and aggressive player around the hoop, but he needs to work on his perimeter game.
Size, athleticism, and the ability to step out and knock down outside shots; these attributes make the Dominican Republic native a terrific prospect.
A skilled post player with good size, Trey Lyles figures to be another one-and-done John Calipari product.
An athletic, lengthy big man who is more polished on the offensive end than most foreign big men.
Rashad Vaughn is a dangerous scorer whether attacking the basket or shooting it from deep.
Mario Hezonja is in the mold of most European wings since he is a crafty all-around scorer.
Tyus Jones is beyond his years in terms of his maturity and poise as a floor leader.
The Gator freshman isn't incredibly physical or skilled down low but, he can jump out of the gym.