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NBA Draft 2011: The 10 Most Undervalued Players No One Is Talking About

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NBA Draft 2011: The 10 Most Undervalued Players No One Is Talking About
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Regardless of the upcoming NBA Draft being one of the shallowest in terms of talent in recent history, there are still some great pieces to be had for teams, especially in the mid-late first round. 

The positions that have the greatest depth this time around are at point guard and small forward, including plenty who are capable of starting in the league with their physicality, athletic gifts, and skill set. 

Most will need some time to adjust to the NBA style but should have a fairly smooth transition.  We are not saying that everyone on this list is an NBA starter right now, but they definitely are capable of reaching that level in a couple years' time. 

There are also some impact players in here who have gotten little mention, and hopefully we can put them on your radar. 

That said, SwishScout.com presents “The 10 Most Undervalued Players No One Is Talking About."

Note: On every player, you can click their name or school to take you to a more detailed profile for an extensive scouting report and highlights on the respective prospect.

Honorable Mention: Charles Jenkins (Hofstra), Travis Leslie (Georgia), Jordan Hamilton (Texas) 

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