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Kidd-Gilchrist (left) with Davis
Monday's title game has a number of top talents who could find themselves being drafted in the lottery during June's NBA draft.
In fact, Kentucky's Davis and Kidd-Gilchrist and Kansas' Thomas Robinson could be picks No. 1, 2 and 3, respectively.
Anthony Davis, F, Kentucky
Davis looks unstoppable right now with his amazing athleticism and shot-blocking ability. He was too much for Louisville to handle in the Final Four because the Cardinals had no one who could combat Davis' unique combo of big-man size and guard-like skills.
Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, F, Kentucky
Kidd-Gilchrist spent a lot of time on the bench against Louisville because of foul trouble, so you can bet he will be looking to get involved right from the start against Kansas. He is a fantastic all-around talent who can score from the outside, in transition and any other way you can think of. He's a complete basketball player and a high-character kid.
Thomas Robinson, F, Kansas
Robinson is a really strong player who uses his size and high motor to out-battle more athletic players on the glass and inside the paint. His ability to take contact and still finish strong is extraordinary. Robinson has a lot to gain in this matchup because a strong performance could solidify a top-three selection in the draft for him.