With the 2011 NCAA Tournament now less than a month away, it is now time to take another attempt at formulating a 2011 NBA mock draft.
There have been loads of changes since the last mock draft, as prospects like BYU's Jimmer Fredette have continued to impress on the court, causing their draft stocks to rise drastically.
On the other hand, some players, such as Kansas guard Josh Selby, have witnessed significant drops in their stock, resulting from either struggles on the court or a failure to live up to the hype.
And with the NBA season progressing, we are also getting a closer look at how 2011's draft order will ultimately appear.
This, in turn, creates a clearer picture as to what prospects will be available for which franchises, and furthermore, how the players would fit with each team.
Consequently, the following mock draft will profile each prospect, while also including a description of why they would be selected by that particular franchise and how they would fit in with the team.
(This mock draft was formulated under the premise that a new NBA collective bargaining agreement will be reached and a lockout will be avoided.)