When it comes to the 2013 NBA draft, every scout and analyst has labeled prospects with the tags of "promise" and "potential." Although some of those prospects will have proven worthy of an early draft choice, others will be selected off of what could be.
The question is, which prospects must spend another year in school to truly reach their potential?
From athletically gifted players with limited skill sets to talented players with significant voids, there is an abundance of those in need of development. Fortunately, those players have been targeted as the stars of tomorrow, not today.
So, who needs to stick it out to reach that upside?