ESPN.com and the TrueHoop Network are ranking the top NBA draft prospects -- and counting them down on Twitter (@ESPNNBA), from No. 30 to No. 1. As the rankings are announced, you can also find them here on the pages of ESPN.com.
What is #NBADraftRank?
#NBADraftRank is the Twitter hashtag to use if you want to get involved in the discussion or just follow along.
You can also follow along here: @ESPNNBA
How did we rank the players?
We asked our ESPN Forecast panel to rate each player on a 0-to-10 scale in terms of how good a prospect he is and what kind of career he will have.
North Carolina | SG | Age: 22
Ford's rank: #23
— KARL J (@MrVenescar) June 25, 2013
California | SG | Age: 21
Ford's rank: #25
Tim Hardaway Jr.
Michigan | SG | Age: 21
Ford's rank: #28
— Zo (@Tweet_X_deeze) June 25, 2013
France | C | Age: 20
Ford's rank: #31
Duke | C | Age: 23
Ford's rank: #22
Greece | SF | Age: 18
Ford's rank: #15
Giannis impresses with his versatility, but is extremely raw, and shouldn't be expected to make an instant impact. #NBADraftRank
— Zachary J. Loesl (@ZacharyLoesl) June 25, 2013
Providence | SG | Age: 20
Ford's rank: #26
— Stefan Urquelle (@theycallmeDomo) June 25, 2013
Glen Rice Jr.
Vipers (NBDL) | SF | Age: 22
Ford's rank: #24
#NBADraftRank glen rice jr. over tim hardaway, has more experience considering he came from the d-league.
— JAB x AJB (@_JButts) June 25, 2013
South Dakota State | PG | Age: 22
Ford's rank: #36
— BRENT WOLTERS (@brentswag44) June 25, 2013
Ties broken based on highest ratings for each player.