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Who would you rather have right now?

These guys for your NBA team if the draft was tomorrow.

Andre Drummond or Anthony Davis or Tyler Zeller

Jared Sullinger or Mason Plumlee or John Henson

Harrison Barnes or Terrence Jones or Quincy Miller

Jeremy Lamb or Brad Beal or Terrance Ross

Marquis Teague or Myck Kabongo or Kendall Marshall


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Davis, sully, barnes, lamb

Davis, sully, barnes, lamb and kabongo

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As of today: Anthony Davis -

As of today:

Anthony Davis - very impressed by his motor and his shot blocking. Looks very promising if he continues to get better but Drummond has been picking it up lately.

Jared Sullinger - so consistent and looks poised to be in the top 3 for National Player of the year.

Quincy Miller - tough call since I like Barnes a lot but Quincey scoring has impressed me. His stroke is so smooth from what I've seen thus far

Jeremy Lamb - Starting to develop a good scoring mentality, which is something I wasn't sure if he could handle.

Kendall Marshall - maybe it's the system or maybe its just him but Marshall's passing is fun to watch. Even if he doesn't score, he makes a huge difference.

With that being said, come draft time or around the end of the year I'd make my picks:

Drummond, Sully, Barnes, Lamb, and maybe Marquis Teague

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Based on this season so

Based on this season so far...

Davis, Sullinger, Miller, Lamb, Marshall, they've all been executing on the level i expected them too...

but with that being said, im gonna copy I May Be Based's idea, and say by draft time my choices'll probably look like this

Davis[Yes, Really..], Sullinger, Barnes, Lamb, & Teague

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Anthony Davis- He is

Anthony Davis- He is everything we want Anthony Ranndolph to be. He can absolutely beast under a Mike D' Antoni type coach, or a Don Nelson, cause he runs the floor great, and is developing his jumper.

Jared Sullinger- No question here, he seems to me like a mini Shaq right now, of course not as domnant, but his post up game is just so sound, I think he can make an imeadiate impact in the league.

Harrison Barnes- He posseses the complete package of size, strength, shot, handles, athleticism, speed, and IQ. The only guys I would even think about taking before him are Drummond, Davis and maybe Sully.

Jeremy Lamb- Turning into a dominant scorer. I could see him scoring 23 points a game in the league soon, but he needs to develop his all around game instead of being so one-dimensional, but his length and skill remind me of a shorter Durant

Kendall Marshall- His eye for the open man is just amazing. It's not the fact that he makes fancy or nice passes, It's that he dribbles in such a direction to give him an opportunity to drop it off for an open pass. But he will have to play very well this season, cause the talent pool is just so deep, I could see him dropping into the mid twenties in the draft.

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Andre Drummond or Anthony

Andre Drummond or Anthony Davis or Tyler Zeller

Jared Sullinger or Mason Plumlee or John Henson

Harrison Barnes or Terrence Jones or Quincy Miller

Jeremy Lamb or Brad Beal or Terrance Ross

Marquis Teague or Myck Kabongo or Kendall Marshall

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Andre Drummond or Anthony

Andre Drummond or Anthony Davis or Tyler Zeller

Jared Sullinger or Mason Plumlee or John Henson

Harrison Barnes or Terrence Jones or Quincy Miller

Jeremy Lamb or Brad Beal or Terrance Ross

Marquis Teague or Myck Kabongo or Kendall Marshall

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Davis- Motor, shot-blocker,

Davis- Motor, shot-blocker, doesn't need plays to score.

Sullinger- Strong rebounder and scorer with the best post game in the country.

Barnes- Polished at all aspects of the game, strong, clutch, and tough mentally.

Lamb- Lamb can do it all. On both ends of the floor.

Marshall- Best PG in the country, especially in terms of IQ and passing ability.

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Andre Drummond or Anthony

Andre Drummond or Anthony Davis or Tyler Zeller- Id take him #1 right now. I think he'll definitely be a top 2 pick this year. Great size, defense and great potetial for improvement.

Jared Sullinger or Mason Plumlee or John Henson- He should be consistent threat. 18-12 potential.

Harrison Barnes or Terrence Jones or Quincy Miller- Probably the safest guy in the draft. Maybe not the franchise ceneterpiece potential of Drummond or Davis.

Jeremy Lamb or Brad Beal or Terrance Ross- Havent seen enough of Beal and Ross. Lamb to me is one of the best SG prospects we've seen since Wade.

Marquis Teague or Myck Kabongo or Kendall Marshall- I see a Teague as a very undersized 2, Marshalls a safe Andre Miller type guy, Id definitely go Kabongo based on his potential and better point guard skills than Teague.

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Drummond Sullinger Barnes Bea

Drummond

Sullinger

Barnes

Beal

Marshall

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although a few of these guys are getting to much hype I pick too

Drummond/Davis/Zeller-Anthony Davis...Is long and athletic, developing a good mid range game and runs the floor like a Gazzell, ann although he is rail thin can become a Franchise Pf very soon...Drummond reminds me of Greg Oden for some strange reason(he does not play like Oden at all yet I get that Greg Oden risk/reward factor with him) I gotta pass on him at this point in time, Zeller is a mid to late 1st rounder although he's the 1 center in this Draft with enough size and skill to warrant a 1st round pick and play in the league next year,Drummond would look a like Favors early on(could become the trade chip Favors was too) Davis is just a great looking prospect, I held out judgement until I saw him in full action and he lloks like he'll be the # 1 pick talent wise come draft day, there's only 2 othe players with as much Size and Upside as Davis(Drummond and Perry Jones) AD will get alot of looks at the top, Jones could fly under the radar and Davis looks like a top 5 lock...

Sullinger/Henson/Plumlee-Jared Sullinger...I have been an absolute skeptic as far as Sullinger is concerned in the NBA, if he measures out a legit 6'9 it would rise his stock, I think Sullinger is one of the safer bets asnd he is certainly NBA ready and has a polished offensive game, will The Rebounds be there though in the NBA where he'll have to chase balls down more than in College, I know people say defense and rebounding will always translate over to the NBA but it would help ease My Mind if "Sully the Broadstreet Bully" were to measure out 6'9 with that wingspan...I love Henson's lenght and ability to block shots longterm, John Henson in my mind would be best served to gain some muscle and focus on playing the 4 and 5 in the NBA, he has a Crazy WINGSPAN and could bulk up in the League, he can have a Huge Impact as a Weak Side Shot Blocker, I don't want him to get the thought "I can be Kevin Durant meets Kevin Garnett" like other prospects are going to have, I want him to be a shot blocking speed at PF/C, he's 6'10 and he better get that through his head, play like a Shot Blocker Please...Plumlee will be a servicable F, he could even see some time at C in the New NBA where size doesn't matter all the Time...But he's a carreer role player no doubt about it, Henson and Sully for sure are going to Have Big Impacts...

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At this point it's not a difficult choice...

Later it will get much more difficult, but as of right now...

Andre Drummond or Anthony Davis or Tyler Zeller- Davis changes the game around the rim. He's averaging about 4 blocks per game. His jump shot is not looking great, but he can handle the ball, and the shot blocking is insane.

Jared Sullinger or Mason Plumlee or John Henson- I like Henson's shot blocking, but Sully's production is undeniable.

Harrison Barnes or Terrence Jones or Quincy Miller- I know a bit of a shocker picking Terrence Jones, but he's 6-9 Can handle the ball, blocks about 3 shots a game, rebounds and can shoot from anywhere.

Jeremy Lamb or Brad Beal or Terrance Ross- watching this kid (Beal) shoot is pure poetry.

Marquis Teague or Myck Kabongo or Kendall Marshall-this hurts to write, but so far he is the most consistent and best floor leader. I think Teague will overtake him later, but as of right now too many TO's for Teague. I'm not impressed at all with Myck.

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This team would be sick

Davis, Henson, Miller, Beal, Teague

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