With the Final Four set, the 2014 NBA draft field is beginning to build and grow.
Prospects who have been eliminated from postseason play have started to announce their plans to declare, including big names like Kansas' Andrew Wiggins, Indiana's Noah Vonleh, North Carolina State's T.J. Warren and UCLA's Zach LaVine.
Some prospects have also announced they'll be returning, such as Kansas' Wayne Selden.
There are still some NBA prospects to watch for in the NCAA tournament, including Connecticut's Shabazz Napier and everyone in Kentucky's lineup. And look out for Wisconsin's Frank Kaminsky, who's making a legitimate push into the conversation.
Team needs, along with each prospect's NBA potential, were taken into account when deciding how we project the draft to play out.
The draft order was generated based on NBA standings through games played on Tuesday, April 1, and future trades.