The 2011 NBA Draft will be one many remember for a long time.
That's because a record number of one-and-done players are expected to be in the pool and some of the top talent around. As many as nine players who just graduated from high school only months ago could be selected in the first 10 picks.
Harrison Barnes (North Carolina), Perry Jones (Baylor), Kyrie Irving (Duke) and Enes Kanter (Kentucky) lead the way, but the group is still looking for an all-out No. 1 pick. That top selection will all depend on how the freshman season plays out for all these guys.
Meanwhile, college veterans Kyle Singler (Duke), Jimmer Fredette (BYU) and JaJuan Johnson are hoping a final lap around the gym helps cement their standing in the first round.
Here's a look inside the 2011 NBA Draft and how all the young pieces will fit together.