1. Washington Wizards- PG John Wall, Freshman University of Kentucky
John Wall is the consensus #1 overall pick. Lightening speed, he reminds me of Rajon Rondo with a jump shot but without all of the court vision. If he has a stellar season his stat line will be about 10 points and 5 assists a game. If the Wizards can get rid of Gilbert Arenas, it will let Wall shine. I dont see how they will use Wall with newly traded for point guard Kirk Hinrich now on the team.
2. Philly 76ers- SF Evan Turner, Ohio State University
Evan Turner is somewhat limited on the court. He seems to have hit his glass ceiling unless he can improve his jump shot. I admit, I havent seen many Ohio State games, but it seems like the turnover problem can be attributed to the fact that he has the ball in his hand the whole game at OSU.
3. New Jersey Nets- PF Derrick Favors, Georgia Tech
The Nets have already said they will select Favors. Favors is one of the guys who is going to be a Top 5 pick because of athleticism and potential, not anything he has accomplished. He definetly has the athleticism, but can he refine his game?
4. Minnesota Timberwolves- Wesley Johnson
5.Sacremento Kings- PF Demarcus Cousins, Freshman University of Kentucky
Cousins is 6-11, a natural born center. Long armed, thick body. The guys has everything he needs to dominate the league. But he has huge work ethic issues. He needs to keep the fat off and pack on some muscle. There are also many questions about character and old friends back from his old hood.
6. Golden State Warriors- Ekpe Udoh, Baylor
Great shot blocker, needs to refine himself on offense
7. Detroit Pistons- Al Farouq Aminu
8. LA Clippers- Greg Monroe
9. Utah Jazz- Ed Davis
10. Indiana Pacers- Pattrick Patterson