International NBA draft prospects can turn into huge steals or major disappointments, and the 2014 crop offers a slew of intriguing options.
An Australian prodigy headlines the list of overseas talent, but the rest of the class consists of European standouts. More specifically, Eastern European ballers are prevalent this year, as we're seeing everything from explosive athletes to role-playing point guards.
Not every international hopeful will get drafted, and not every draftee will actually stick in the Association. But a handful of 2014 candidates will have a good chance to compete in the NBA's jungle of size, skill and athleticism.
Let's break down the draft outlook and NBA roles of the top 10 foreign prospects.
*Rankings include top international prospects who haven't played in the NCAA.