NBA General Managers have a tough assignment in drafting gems that can lead to a franchise player or a piece missing to a championship in past non-star draft years.
However, 2012 is anything but that.
This year’s draft class that includes national names such as Anthony Davis, Jared Sullinger, Perry Jones III, Harrison Barnes and Jeremy Lamb is flooded with a deep and talented draft pool.
Though there are many headline names in this draft, I’m going to give the two top names at each position and two sleeper picks that GMs should feel lucky if they fell on their lap if they’re still on the board.
Easily the unanimous number 1 pick. Will be looking to dominate the NBA for years.
Tom Crean continues to bring the best out of his # 18 Indiana Hoosiers against elite teams.
Cody Zeller and Christian Watford led the Hoosiers past Draymond Green and #5 Michigan State Spartans at home 70-55.
With postseason aspirations for the Washington Huskies in the field of 68, one freshman for the Huskies has emerged as leader.
Seattle-native Tony Wroten has been sensational all year in his freshman campaign that could not only lead to Pac-12 Freshman of the Year, but just might sway enough votes for the Pac-12 Conference Player of the Year with his play.