NBA Draft 2011 is coming soon, and with the way some players have excelled in the NCAA Tournament, it's figuring to be a promising draft class filled with athletic freaks, show-stopping shooters, and defensive menaces.
We've seen North Carolina's youthful duo of Harrison Barnes and John Henson show the impact they can have on the big stage, UConn's Kemba Walker and BYU's Jimmer Fredette shoot the bright lights out, and Ohio State's Jared Sullinger proved to be the beast we all knew he was from the start.
You've also got Kentucky's Brandon Knight and Terrence Jones, just to name a few more.
But, the question is, who will actually declare for the 2011 NBA Draft?
And as the collective bargaining agreement is set to expire after this season in the NBA, will we have a similar situation to the NFL, with a lockout possibly leading to a suspended 2011-2012 season?
Well, follow along basketball fans, and I'll give you what the experts are saying and my take.