The Best 2016 NBA Draft Prospects Remaining in the March Madness Field

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The Best 2016 NBA Draft Prospects Remaining in the March Madness Field
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The NCAA tournament field is down to 16 teams, but there are still plenty of quality NBA prospects left to scout with Duke, North Carolina, Indiana and Maryland still in the mix.

Brandon Ingram continues to make a case for himself as the possible No. 1 prospect in 2016. He'll get a chance to win more support when Duke faces the top seed from the West Region in the Sweet 16. But we've also seen a few below-the-radar prospects rise to the occasion. One in particular made the top center prospect in 2016's projected field look inferior. 

In some cases, prospects were able to move the needle for themselves with big games in the NCAA tournament. They performed at high levels against quality opponents who weren't on their regular-season schedules. But for the most part, the rankings, which highlight pro potential, are based on each prospects' full body of work—not just a few postseason games. 

I ranked the top prospects likely to declare this June, as well as a five other players expected to return and generate NBA buzz down the road.

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