The madness of March brings many things. For NBA scouts, however, it bring plenty of talent all into the same tournament. Early-round exits kill players' stock, while deep runs in the tournament can shoot them up the draft boards.
For example, Butler reaching the 2010 Final Four was great for Gordon Hayward, as he was selected in the top 10 of the following 2010 NBA Draft.
On the other hand, an early-round exit will surely make a player's draft stock drop. Scottie Reynolds was a first-team All-American, but after his Villanova Wildcats lost in the second round, he wasn't even drafted.
While a significant amount of this depends on team success, the majority of it is on the player himself.
Top picks might be locked into their position while other guys have plenty of room to move up and down.
Here is a look at 10 guys who could move up or down the draft board a lot, making them very exciting to watch for NBA scouts.