NBA Draft Order 2011: Believe in Markieff Morris' Huge Upside
Marcus is widely considered to be the better prospect at this point, but his smallish size will likely prevent him from becoming a true NBA big man.
Markieff's 6'10 frame and shot blocking ability give him more NBA upside.
Markieff does not currently posses the scoring ability of his brother, but his size and length will allow him to matchup better with bigger, stronger NBA big men.
At Kansas he was known as a lock down defender who can block shots and clean the boards with the best of them. These talents make him an ideal candidate for teams looking for a dominant down low defensive presence.
The 2011 NBA Draft Order will be set in stone after Tuesday's NBA Draft Lottery and that one event will help determine the future for nearly half of the league's teams leading up to June's NBA Draft. How will your team do? Will they get one of the league's next rising stars in Kyrie Irving, Derrick Williams or Jimmer Fredette? Will they trade the pick? Bleacher Report gives you the latest scoop on all things draft-related, including projections for all the picks.
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