NBA scouts and analysts have narrowed down the small window where most 2014 draft prospects will get picked, but some players' stocks remain volatile and their landing spots unpredictable.
Several of these ballers are hard to project because they're so young and undeveloped. It's hard to foresee how productive they'll actually be in a few years.
However, there are some polished stars who are tough to pinpoint because they hold unconventional roles or don't clearly translate to the NBA.
We scoured a slew of recent mock drafts and broke down prospects with the most wide-ranging projections (focused on players who earned at least one first-round prediction).
Mock drafts: Bleacher Report; Draft Express; NBADraft.net; ESPN.com (Chad Ford's and Jeff Goodman's); Sheridan Hoops; The Sporting News; SB Nation; Basketball Insiders (Joel Brigham's, Yannis Koutroupis', Steve Kyler's and Alex Kennedy's); Hoopshype; CBS Sports (Gary Parrish's, Zach Harper's and Matt Moore's)
*Mocks last checked May 12. Not all mocks include 2nd-round projections.