Kyrie Irving and the Duke Blue Devils were left stunned in this year's NCAA tournament, falling well-short of an Elite Eight appearance in a double-digit loss to the Arizona Wildcats.
The 93-77 loss may have hurt the Blue Devils, but Irving was just short of sensational in what was more than likely his last time suiting up in blue and white. He scored 28 points on 9-of-15 shooting.
Despite the loss, Irving is arguably the top draft prospect in this summer's 2011 NBA draft. His size and athletic ability on both ends of the floor is unmatched by most. In a draft that is said to not be as strong as it has been in past seasons, Irving will likely be drafted in one of the first two selections.
Join B/R and myself in ranking Kyrie Irving amongst the 10 top NBA prospects of the last 10 years.
**Note to Readers: International players are being used in this particular list, as it ranks the top 10 top draft selections of the last 10 years, including Irving. **