NBA Draft 2012: 5 College Stars Whose Stocks Have Fallen

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NBA Draft 2012: 5 College Stars Whose Stocks Have Fallen
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Every year in the NBA draft, numerous prospects see their stock fall dramatically based on a telling workout or a serious health concern.

Some players enter the college basketball season with realistic hopes of going in the lottery, only to have those aspirations derailed due to a disappointing season. Although they are often praised for putting the fame and fortune of the NBA on hold in favor of returning to school, that decision quite often proves to be ill-informed.

Entering the 2011 season, Ohio State's Jared Sullinger and Baylor's Perry Jones were being mentioned as potential top-five picks in the NBA draft, but as the 2012 NBA draft is now just days away, both players' stocks have plummeted to where they're now being considered mid-first round prospects.

Let's take a closer look at five college stars whose draft stocks have fallen drastically.

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