University of Connecticut's Kemba Walker has been on an absolute tear this season. Second in the NCAA in scoring at 28.1 points per game, Walker has exploded onto the draft radar with his huge scoring performances including a 30 point game against Kalin Lucas and Michigan State as well as a 29 point game against Brandon Knight and Kentucky.
Undoubtedly, Walker is amongst the top NBA-ready point guards on the college scene, but is he the top point guard available? Questions abound about how Walker's size will translate into the NBA and whether he has true point guard capabilities.
Here is where Walker stands amongst the top NBA Draft point guard prospects: