NCAA March Madness: Projecting The Top 5 Picks In The Draft

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With March Madness officially under way, that means there’s only three weeks left in the college basketball season. After the tournament, the players entering the draft will attend the pre-draft combine held in Chicago in May. The prospects have built their draft profile all year long, and the combine is the perfect opportunity for them to shine in position-specific workouts. The 2014 draft class has the potential to be one of the best of all-time. Below is a mock draft for the first five picks.


1. Milwaukee Bucks - Andrew Wiggins

Mar 13, 2014; Kansas City, MO, USA; Kansas Jayhawks guard Andrew Wiggins (22) laughs while on the foul line during the second half against the Oklahoma State Cowboys in the second round of the Big 12 Conference college basketball tournament at Sprint Center. Kansas won 77-70 in overtime. Mandatory Credit: Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

Even though he’s still raw, Wiggins arguably has the highest ceiling of any player in this class. When a team has the top pick, it’s critical to select someone who has upside with a game that will transition well to the next level. Wiggins started the season a little slow but has really come on strong as the season has winded down. His last three games, he’s averaged 31 points a game and shown an ability to dominate a game on both ends of the floor. He projects as a two-way player similar to Paul George. From day one, Wiggins would be a walk-in starter for Milwaukee.

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