Every year, 30 of the best college basketball players are selected in the first round of the NBA draft—some of them live up to the hype, but some of them can never seem to get it going.
Some of the players find their stride after their rookie years, but it is not as common as teams would like.
In 2011, most first-round picks haven't really stood out yet—with the exception of Kyrie Irving, Norris Cole, MarShon Brooks and Markieff Morris. Unfortunately for some NBA teams, they either didn't have the opportunity or they missed out on an opportunity to draft these players.
The players on this list aren't necessarily poor players, but the teams that selected these players could have done a better job at assessing their needs before making their picks.
With all that being said, here are the 10 worst NBA draft picks of 2011.