With the curtains closing on the 2013-14 college basketball season, it's time for the top NBA draft prospects to ramp up their preparations for the next level.
Many of them are 18- or 19-year-old freshmen who only played one year of NCAA hoops. As such, there are still holes in their games and question marks about how they will transition to the sport's highest level.
They need to use the predraft workouts, drills and interviews as a chance to assure NBA scouts and executives that they're ready to play in the Association. For some players, it's a specific skill; for others, it's an injury concern; and for some, it's about their approach to the game.
What is the one thing every top prospect must prove to NBA clubs before draft night?