2013 NBA Draft: Consensus Mock Draft: May 2nd Update

 

Nerlens Noel
(Mark Zerof-USA TODAY Sports)


The deadline for early entrants to enter their names in the 2013 NBA Draft has come and gone, with several big names opting to return to school.  Which leaves us with a work-in-progress big man with a damaged knee as the projected top choice.  Speaks to the weakness of this year's draft crop.

Rather than fill cyberspace up with yet another mock draft, The Hoops Manifesto has determined the consensus top 60 prospects for the 2013 NBA Draft.  We took the mock drafts from four of the web's best: DraftExpress, NBADraft.net, NBA Draft Room, and WalterFootball.com, crunched the numbers and came up with our list.

Here is our latest update of the 2013 consensus mock draft.

 

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2013 NBA Draft Consensus Mock Draft

(second number is the player's ranking heading into NCAA Tournament)

 

1 1  Nerlens Noel  C  Kentucky  FR
2 2  Ben McLemore  SG  Kansas  FR
3 4  Anthony Bennett  PF  UNLV  FR
4 5  Otto Porter  SF  Georgetown  SO
5 6  Victor Oladipo  SG  Indiana  JR
6 7  Alex Len  C  Maryland  SO
7 9  Trey Burke  PG  Michigan  SO
8 10  Shabazz Muhammad  SG  UCLA  FR
9 8  Cody Zeller  PF/C  Indiana  SO
10 14  C.J. McCollum  PG/SG  Lehigh  SR
11 13  Michael Carter-Williams  PG/SG  Syracuse  SO
12 12  Kelly Olynyk  C  Gonzaga  JR
13 15  Rudy Gobert  PF/C  France 1992
14 NR Dario Saric SF Croatia 1994
15 18  Giannis Adetokunbo  SF  Greece 1994
16 17  Kentavious Caldwell-Pope  SG  Georgia  SO
17 16  Mason Plumlee  PF  Duke   SR
18 20  Gorgui Dieng  PF  Louisville  JR
19 23  Archie Goodwin  SG  Kentucky  FR
20 21  Steven Adams  C  Pittsburgh  FR
21 22  Jeff Withey  C  Kansas  SR
22 26  Tony Mitchell  PF  North Texas  SO
23 29  Sergey Karasev  SF  Russia 1993
24 27  Lucas Nogueira  PF/C  Brazil 1992
25 31  Jamaal Franklin  SG  San Diego State  JR
26 NR Dennis Schroeder PG Germany 1993
27 24  Shane Larkin  PG  Miami (FL)  SO
28 33  Allen Crabbe  SF  California  JR
29 40  Erick Green  SG  Virginia Tech  SR
30 35  Lorenzo Brown  PG/SG  North Carolina State  JR
31 42  Mouhammadou Jaiteh  C  France 1994
32 36  Myck Kabongo  PG  Texas  SO
33 32  C.J. Leslie  SF/PF  North Carolina State  JR
34 38  Nate Wolters  PG  South Dakota State  SR
35 34  Tim Hardaway Jr  SG  Michigan  JR
36 41  DeShaun Thomas  SF/PF  Ohio State  JR
37 43  Isaiah Canaan  PG   Murray State  SR
38 NR Livio Jean-Charles SF/PF France 1993
39 NR Reggie Bullock SF North Carolina JR
40 39  B.J. Young  SG  Arkansas  SO
41 44  James Southerland  SF  Syracuse  SR
42 45  Solomon Hill  SF  Arizona  SR
43 50  Tony Snell  SF  New Mexico  JR
44 NR Ricky Ledo SG Providence FR
45 48  Brandon Paul  SG  Illinois  SR
46 NR Alex Abrines SG Spain 1993
47 47  Mike Muscala  C  Buknell  SR
48 51  Rodney Williams  SF  Minnesota  SR
49 NR James Ennis SF Long Beach State SR
50 52  Trevor Mbakwe  PF   Minnesota  SR
51 55  Pierre Jackson  PG  Baylor  SR
52 53  Nemanja Nedovic  PG/SG  Lithuania 1991
53 NR Vander Blue SG Marquette JR
54 54  Michael Snaer  SG  Florida State  SR
55 NR Grant Jerrett PF  Arizona FR
56 NR Andre Roberson PF  Colorado JR
57 NR Adonis Thomas SF Memphis SO
58 58  Will Clyburn  SF/PF  Iowa State  SR
59 57  Erik Murphy  PF  Florida  SR
60 59  Augusto Cesar Lima  PF  Brazil 1991

 

 

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