Early look at Kentucky Wildcats in NBA Mock Drafts

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When the Kentucky Wildcats and the Michigan state Spartans face-off tonight, there will be more NBA talent on one floor than there may be in any other college basketball games this season.

While the Cats are the ones getting all the attention with the likes of Julius Randle and the Harrison twins on their team, the Spartans also have a pair of players that most believe will be first-round NBA Draft picks.

Here is an early look at some of the mock draft around the net and where the project some of tonight’s players to be selected:


1 <strong>Utah</strong> Utah Andrew Wiggins 6-8 200 SF Kansas Fr.
2 <strong>Sacramento</strong> Sacramento Jabari Parker 6-8 235 SF Duke Fr.
3 <strong>Washington</strong> Washington Julius Randle 6-9 250 SF/PF Kentucky Fr.
4 <strong>Denver</strong> Denver Joel Embiid 7-0 250 C Kansas Fr.
5 <strong>Detroit</strong> Detroit Dante Exum 6-6 188 PG/SG Australia Intl.
6 <strong>New York</strong> New York Marcus Smart 6-4 220 PG Oklahoma State So.
7 <strong>Brooklyn</strong> Brooklyn Glenn Robinson III 6-6 215 SF Michigan So.
8 <strong>Orlando</strong> Orlando Semaj Christon 6-3 190 PG Xavier So.
9 <strong>Toronto</strong> Toronto James Young 6-6 215 SG Kentucky Fr.
10 <strong>Cleveland </strong> Cleveland Rodney Hood 6-8 215 SF Duke So.
11 <a href= *LA Lakers Andrew Harrison 6-5 215 PG/SG Kentucky Fr.
12 <strong>New Orleans</strong> New Orleans Wayne Selden 6-5 230 SG/SF Kansas Fr.
13 <strong>Memphis</strong> Memphis Gary Harris 6-4 210 SG Michigan St. So.
14 <strong>Dallas</strong> Dallas James McAdoo 6-9 230 SF/PF North Carolina Jr.
15 <strong>Milwaukee</strong> Milwaukee Doug McDermott 6-7 225 SF Creighton Sr.
16 <strong>Charlotte</strong> Charlotte Jerami Grant 6-8 210 SF Syracuse So.
17 <strong>Chicago</strong> Chicago Noah Vonleh 6-10 240 SF/PF Indiana Fr.
18 <strong>Philadelphia</strong> Philadelphia Dario Saric 6-10 225 SF/PF Croatia Intl.
19 <strong>Boston</strong> Boston Willie Cauley-St… 7-0 244 C Kentucky So.
20 <strong>Atlanta</strong> Atlanta Mario Hezonja 6-7 195 SG Croatia Intl.
21 <strong>Golden St.</strong> Golden St. Adreian Payne 6-10 240 PF/C Michigan St. Sr.
22 <strong>Miami</strong> Miami Jordan Clarkson 6-5 195 PG/SG Missouri Jr.
23 <strong>Minnesota</strong> Minnesota Aaron Gordon 6-8 225 SF/PF Arizona Fr.
24 <strong>Houston</strong> Houston Montrezl Harrell 6-8 235 PF Louisville So.
25 <strong>LA Clippers</strong> LA Clippers Mitch McGary 6-10 266 PF/C Michigan So.
26 <strong>Phoenix</strong> Phoenix Chris Walker 6-9 215 PF Florida Fr.
27 <strong>Portland</strong> Portland Bryce Dejean-Jones 6-5 200 SG UNLV Jr.
28 <strong>Oklahoma Cty</strong> Oklahoma Cty Aaron Harrison 6-5 218 SG Kentucky Fr.

That’s a total of seven players in tonight’s game projected to in the first round next June.

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