Talents continue to jump up the board prior to the 2012 NBA Draft, as their skills are being noticed at just the right time.
Florida guard Bradley Beal is one those in the draft class making a strong case for himself, as ESPN.com's Chad Ford argues he is the third best prospect in the entire class. Talk about a jump for freshman that was once projected to be taken outside the top-five.
Over the last several weeks, players have been hitting the team workouts and making their impressions, and those will be vital in moving up the board prior to draft day. Beal is one of several talents that is making himself noticed and now should be a sure-fire top-five selection.
This is an entire first-round NBA mock draft, highlighting those talents whose stocks have been red-hot.