Every year in the NBA Draft, there are always prospects who get overlooked or exceed expectations during the scouting process leading to the draft.
Once a forgotten prospect emerges out of the blue, many people start to take notice.
This year's draft isn't filled with superstar potential, nor is it filled with a lot of all-star potential, but this draft is a draft full of prospects who play with high motors.
A few prime examples of sleeper picks from last year's draft are Landry Fields of the New York Knicks, Jordan Crawford of the Washington Wizards, and Greg Monroe of the Detroit Pistons.
None had the expectations to potentially become a threat in the NBA, but now the forecast seems a lot clearer.
The truth is that it is hard to predict who will ultimately take the league by storm that hasn't been mentioned, but these prospects are mostly likely going to be overlooked this upcoming draft.