As the days go by, the weaker the 2013 NBA draft class looks.
If you watched Kansas and Oklahoma State head into double-overtime, you were probably wondering why Ben McLemore and Marcus Smart have been the two most coveted guards in the country.
And if you were in Mason Plumlee's corner for National Player of the Year, there's a good chance you're backing out after his no-show against Maryland.
On the other hand, Shabazz Muhammad and Otto Porter have maintained their consistency, while Michigan's Glenn Robinson III makes a pleasant return back to the end of the board.
It's still anybody's game for first pick overall honors.