The NBA Draft Combine is over and the top prospects have received the opportunity to leave their mark with interested teams.
While there were some players like San Diego State's Kawhi Leonard that saw their stock improve drastically as a result of his play in front of the decision-makers, others like Georgia's Trey Thompkins saw their stock sink faster than a pebble in the water.
There are going to be a number of teams with some highly intriguing decisions to make as the draft unfolds, and with a rather uncertain pool of talent, it could go any which number of ways.
Simply put, there is no consensus for any pick in this draft whether it's the first overall or the last name called at No. 60.
And with the very real possibility of a lockout looming, teams may be even more inclined to draft European talent than in previous seasons so that they can continue to hone their games overseas.
We'll be taking a look at which names are gaining steam and which ones are beginning to cool as we draw closer to the June 23 event.