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Russ Smith, Louisville, 6'1", SG
I'm a little skeptical about Russ Smith's NBA potential, given he's a volume shooter at just 6'1". If he's to succeed at the NBA level, he has little margin for error. If a team takes him in the second round, it will likely be because of his contagious energy and effort levels. He should probably have a conversation with Lou Williams, one of the few to succeed with his size and offensive mindset.
Seth Curry, Duke, 6'2", SG
We all know that Curry can score, but scouts are concerned that at 6'2" without speed, explosiveness or strength, he'll end up getting stuck between positions at the next level. Still, the risk is worth the reward considering his refined perimeter game as a shot-creator and maker out to 25 feet away.
Ryan Kelly, Duke, 6'11", PF
Though there isn't much upside here, Kelly's ability to stretch the defense and space the floor is a valuable skill to bring to the table. If Kelly shows during workouts that the 45.9 percent three-point stroke is no fluke, he'll find his way onto an NBA roster.
Erik Murphy, Florida, 6'10", PF
Like Ryan Kelly, Murphy's appeal as a prospect centers on his ability to stretch the floor. He has shot over 46 percent from downtown this season, the third year in a row he's hit at least the 40 percent mark from behind the arc.
Kenny Kadji, Miami, 6'11", PF
Another stretch forward, the 24-year-old Kadji is a little more versatile than both Ryan Kelly and Erik Murphy. At 6'11'', he can knock down the three-ball or put it on the deck and score on the move. He'll get second-round looks for his size, skill set and ability to help out sooner rather than later.