Every year, the draft has its favorites.
It isn't hard to tell who they are, there's a mock draft on every web site.
But the real question is who will be selected amongst the later picks that will set the world on fire.
We have seen those top picks flame out, while late-round selections turned into All-Stars.
There really isn't a set in stone philosophy, only great scouting.
Here are 10 players who are flying under the top pick's radars.
Dion Waiters is the prototype of Big East guards.
He can score, he's aggressive and he has good strength.
In a lot of ways, he reminds me of a bigger version of Nate Robinson.
The drawback of Waiters is a perceived lack of size and some ball-handling issues.
Regardless, he's going to be a stud.
Zeller has so much raw ability, it's ridiculous.
He can run the court, rebound and block shots.
The problem is that some perceive him as an undersized center who will get pushed around in the paint.
John Henson has a ton going for him.
He can rebound, block shots and score close to the hoop.
But he doesn't have a greatly developed post game, and he lacks elite size.
It's funny how a big man that plays in the SEC can fly under the radar.
That being said, Moultrie has the potential to become a Nene-like player with great rebounding instincts.
There have been plenty of questions about Jones' maturity and intensity but not a whole lot about his talent.
Should Jones find himself in the right environment, he could become a star.
Kendall Marshall is an odd story.
He was the missing piece for a contending UNC squad, and when he got hurt, the team fell apart.
Oddly enough, the prognosticators have him in the mid to late first round, even with his ability and a dearth of point guard talent.
There are so few true seven-footers out there, it would make sense if Leonard were one of them.
That being said, he does what few do at his size. He mixes it up and is not scared to rebound in traffic.
Terrence Ross is a true athlete.
He can run the court, play the ball and finish when asked.
The key for him is developing his three-point shot.
Harkless did it all for St. Johns last year.
He could score, penetrate and rebound.
He's somewhat small for a small forward, but he could be a good shooting guard.
Rivers has just about all the tools to be a stud at the next level.
The only problem is that he also has the potential to be a bust.
He needs to work on his shooting ability, and the rest will come.