2013 Consensus NBA Mock Draft: NCAA Preseason Edition

shabazz muhammad mcdonalds all-american
 

With the NCAA season tipping off this week, we get our first look at many of the player’s projected to be picked early in the 2013 NBA Draft.  Next year’s draft looks to be filled with plenty of intrigue, as at this point there really isn’t a consensus thought on who will go #1 overall.  Kentucky freshman Nerlens Noel, UCLA freshman Shabazz Muhammad (pictured above), and North Carolina sophomore James Michael McAdoo are all projected by some experts to be the first name called next June.

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 preseason NCAA edition of the 2013 consensus mock draft. 

 
2013 NBA Draft Consensus Mock Draft
(second # is the player’s previous ranking)

1 2 Shabazz Muhammad SG UCLA FR
2 3 Cody Zeller PF/C Indiana SO
3 1 Nerlens Noel C Kentucky FR
4 4 James Michael McAdoo PF North Carolina SO
5 5 Steven Adams C Pittsburgh FR
6 9 Tony Mitchell PF North Texas SO
7 6 Alex Poythress PF Kentucky FR
8 10 Kentavious Caldwell-Pope SG Georgia SO
9 15 Dario Saric SF Croatia 1994
10 12 Otto Porter SF Georgetown SO
11 11 Archie Goodwin SG Kentucky FR
12 7 Adonis Thomas SF Memphis SO
13 8 Isaiah Austin C Baylor FR
14 16 B.J. Young SG Arkansas SO
15 25 Alex Len C Maryland SO
16 13 Myck Kabongo PG Texas SO
17 19 C.J. Leslie SF/PF North Carolina State JR
18 14 LeBryan Nash SF/PF Oklahoma State SO
19 18 Andre Roberson SF Colorado JR
20 20 Rudy Gobert PF/C France 1992
21 21 Ryan Harrow PG Kentucky SO
22 27 C.J. McCollum PG/SG Lehigh SR
23 22 Jeff Withey C Kansas SR
24 30 Mason Plumlee PF Duke SR
25 17 Patric Young PF/C Florida JR
26 34 Deonte Burton PG Nevada JR
27 32 Trevor Mbakwe PF Minnesota SR
28 24 Mike Moser PF UNLV JR
29 23 Reggie Bullock SG/SF North Carolina JR
30 29 Gorgui Dieng PF Louisville JR
31 28 Jamaal Franklin SG San Diego State JR
32 38 Lorenzo Brown PG/SG North Carolina State JR
33 31 Trey Burke PG Michigan SO
34 37 DeShaun Thomas SF/PF Ohio State JR
35 33 Tim Hardaway Jr SG Michigan JR
36 NR Doug McDermott PF Creighton JR
37 36 Isaiah Canaan PG Murray State SR
38 40 Ian Miller PG Florida State JR
39 43 Ray McCallum PG Detroit JR
40 39 Rodney Williams SF Minnesota SR
41 42 Elijah Johnson SG Kansas SR
42 47 Lucas Nogueira PF/C Brazil 1992
43 35 Richard Howell PF North Carolina State JR
44 45 C.J. Wilcox SG Washington JR
45 NR Rakeem Christmas PF Syracuse SO
46 41 Michael Snaer SG Florida State SR
47 44 Raul Neto PG Brazil 1992
48 49 Christian Watford SF Indiana SR
49 50 Alex Oriakhi PF Missouri SR
50 54 DeWayne Dedmon C USC JR
51 51 Aziz N’Diaye C Washington SR
52 48 Augusto Cesar Lima PF Brazil 1991
53 52 Dexter Strickland PG/SG North Carolina SR
54 NR Nate Wolters PG South Dakota State SR
55 53 Brandon Paul SG Illinois SR
56 55 Aaric Murray PF West Virginia SR
57 NR Oleksandr Lypovyy SF Ukraine 1991
58 56 Mouphtao Yarou PF/C Villanova SR
59 57 Elias Harris SF/PF Gonzaga SR
60 59 Zeke Marshall C Akron SR

About Jeff Fox

Jeff Fox is Mr. Manifesto - the Supreme Leader and evil mind behind The Hoops Manifesto & The MMA Manifesto

Quantcast