The Pac-10 is not as loaded with NBA talent the way other major conferences are. In fact, the Kentucky Wildcats and Kansas Jayhawks may send more players to the NBA from their 2010-11 rosters than the entire Pac-10 league.
At the top of the Pac-10, guys like Derrick Williams, Tyler Honeycutt and Malcolm Lee are almost guaranteed draft picks if they choose to leave college early. However, after those three, the gap between No. 4 and No. 15 is incredibly close.
The players four through 15 still have a shot at the NBA, and even though they may not be destined for stardom, many of them could become solid role players for their professional teams.