In a draft full of underclassmen and one-and-dones, only two of the players projected to be selected in the first twenty picks of the 2013 NBA draft have spent a full four years in college: Lehigh's C.J. McCollum and Duke's Mason Plumlee. In his four years as a Blue Devil, Plumlee has developed into the one of the college game's most dominant big men, averaging 17.1 points, 10 rebounds and 1.4 blocks per game in his senior season.
It is not yet clear where on the draft board Plumlee's name is likely to fall, but barring surprising developments during the pre-draft season, he will likely hear his name called somewhere between the 10th and 20th picks.
Few teams would not benefit from selecting an experienced and well-coached big man, but a few teams in particular would immensely benefit from adding Plumlee to their roster. Here is a look at a few teams that will almost certainly give Mason Plumlee heavy consideration on draft day.