NBA prospects in the Final Four
Last year's Final Four was a dream for NBA scouts. A total of 15 players in our Top 100 played that weekend, including five of our top 13.
That isn't the case this year, as three of our top 14 players are in Atlanta, and overall only 10 players in our Top 100 will be in action.
That said, there still are some terrific matchups to watch this weekend. Here's a quick guide to every NBA prospect in the Final Four.Trey Burke, PG, So.; Glenn Robinson III, F, Fr.
Potential second-rounders: Tim Hardaway Jr., G/F, Jr.
Wait 'til next year: Mitch McGary, F/C, Fr.; Nik Stauskas, G, Fr.
Burke has been the leading candidate to be the Wooden Award winner all season. But over the past two months he has seen his NBA draft stock rise significantly as well. Once thought to be too small and lacking the elite athletic ability to be a lead NBA guard, scouts have slowly been won over by his steadiness, toughness, leadership and ability to carry his team on his back when they need him.
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