Andre Drummond is the type of lottery pick that can either boost a franchise's fortunes in two to three years or set that same franchise back for two to three years.
Drummond has ideal size and athleticism for an NBA big man and a world of talent, but Drummond also has a questionable motor that makes you wonder if he really even likes playing basketball that much. Throw in the fact that Drummond only shot .295 from the free throw line in college, and it's safe to say he won't see much playing time for a couple years.
A similar situation happened with DeAndre Jordan (who at the time had similar attributes as Drummond) coming out of Texas A&M in 2008. Jordan was projected as a top five pick, but after workouts with teams Jordan's draft stock fell completely out of the first round, eventually landing him with the Clippers at number 35.
On potential alone, Drummond is a top three pick in ANY draft. But based on his inconsistent play, lack of offensive polish and questionable desire, Drummond may not prove worthy of the top five pick he is being projected as.