2014 NBA Draft: Mid-Major Prospects You Need To Follow

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Mar 15, 2014; Las Vegas, NV, USA; New Mexico Lobos guard Kendall Williams (10) reacts to a turnover against San Diego State Aztecs in the first half of the championship game for the Mountain West Conference college basketball tournament at Thomas and Mack Center. Mandatory Credit: Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports

The 2014 college basketball season is in the books, the Connecticut Huskies are the national champions and the 2014 NBA Draft is less than three months away. The June 26 event for the ages will provide 60 of the world’s top basketball prospects with the opportunity to live out their dream.

It’s unclear which players will succeed in doing so, but that doesn’t mean the time for evaluation is anything but upon us.

For all of the Madness that March provided, many lost sight of the fact that the NBA Draft often plays host to the most unthinkable turn of events. Big Boards will be created and Mock Drafts will follow, but multiple players come out of nowhere to come off of the board with a higher-than-expected pick.

The question is, which mid-major prospects do you need to monitor leading up to the 2014 NBA Draft to know who could steal the spotlight?

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  • Gilbert Lucero

    Where was Cameron Bairstow of New Mexico? He was their best player this year.

    • Maxwell Ogden

      My only concern with Bairstow is his size at 6’9″. I do have high hopes for him, though.

    • Maxwell Ogden

      My only concern with Bairstow is his size at 6’9″. I do find him to be an intriguing prospect, though.