For prospects that are seriously interested in entering the 2013 NBA draft, now would be a good time for your stock to be up.
Over the next few weeks, players must make their decisions on whether to stay in school or declare that they will jump to the next level. Leaving school with stock that is on the decline could ultimately cost someone millions of dollars, assuming they'd have another year of college eligibility to boost their stock back up.
In terms of individual play, the past two weeks have been somewhat bizarre. Most of the top prospects have been playing themselves out of a chance to go No. 1 in this year's draft. The result: a new No. 1 on our board who hasn't played a game in almost two months time.
Read on for the latest "stock up, stock down" report on the top 20 2013 NBA draft prospects.