NBA Draft 2012: Grading the Tourney Performances of Every Prospect

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NBA Draft 2012: Grading the Tourney Performances of Every Prospect
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There are plenty of players who have really boosted their draft stock with excellent performances in the NCAA tournament.

Take Carmelo Anthony for example.

Anthony would have likely been a first-round selection in the 2003 NBA draft, but after leading Syracuse to a national championship, Anthony was selected No. 3 overall.

This year is no different. There are several players in this year's tournament who could see their draft stock rise with solid performances during March Madness.

Here are grades for this year's draft prospects during the NCAA tournament. The parameters for evaluation are that the players must project as a first-round selection and they had to have played at least three games in the NCAA tournament.

So players like Andre Drummond and Austin Rivers aren't up for consideration because UConn and Duke were knocked out in the first round of the NCAA tournament.

With that, let's get to the grades:

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