The 2013 NBA draft class is undeniably weak at the top, which makes weighing the pros and cons of each potential No. 1 pick all the more important.
Whatever method general managers use to do so, it's absolutely vital that they find out which players have more positives than negatives. The more the former outweighs the latter, the more attractive that prospect is.
And make no mistake about it: Each player in the draft class has a number of pros, but they're all joined by a great deal of cons. No one is perfect, and neither is anyone completely imperfect.
The Cleveland Cavaliers are left with a tough task in this draft. Typically, a clear-cut favorite for the No. 1 pick has emerged by this stage of the draft proceedings, but that hasn't happened yet. Nerlens Noel is still most likely to become the top overall pick, but his grip on the leading spot is tenuous at best.
Kentucky's former center is being challenged by five other players: Anthony Bennett, Alex Len, Ben McLemore, Victor Oladipo and Otto Porter. Any of the half-dozen prospects could go No. 1 without shocking too many people.
So, what do they all bring to the table?