2013 NBA Draft: Consensus Mock Draft: Post-NCAA Tournament Update

 

Nerlens Noel
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As wacky as it sounds, after the dust has settled from this year's NCAA Tournament, Kentucky's Nerlens Noel – a player whose team didn't even play in the Big Dance – has moved back up to #1 in our consensus mock draft.

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

 

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