The 2011 NBA Draft will be here before you know it, and there are several prospects improving their draft stock as workouts take place.
This draft class is not as talented as previous seasons, but there are many players with star potential such as Arizona's Derrick Williams, Duke's Kyrie Irving and Enes Kanter of Turkey.
With a new CBA needed to play the 2011-12 NBA season, teams will want to make this draft a success with the new rules the NBA will be under.
There are many teams looking to build on young rosters who believe they are just one or two pieces away from making the playoffs.
Let's look at how the complete NBA Draft will look like for all 60 selections.
The Cavaliers need an explosive offensive talent to become the face of their franchise in the post-LeBron James era.
Irving’s scoring and athleticism will improve the Cavs offense and create an exciting brand of basketball in Cleveland.
Despite having point guards Baron Davis and Daniel Gibson on the roster, Irving is too good of a talent to pass up and will be a starter in Game 1.
Derrick Williams of Arizona is most experts' pick at number two, but Enes Kanter fills a bigger need for Minnesota.
The Timberwolves need a center badly, and Kanter’s offense, strength and defense in the paint will add a toughness to an underachieving frontcourt.
Kevin Love and Michael Beasley are forwards who already provide Minnesota with the same skills Derrick Williams would bring to them.
Derrick Williams is the perfect replacement for Jazz forward Andrei Kirilenko, who is likely to depart this summer via free agency.
Williams is a tremendous player who has improved greatly in two years at Arizona. He is a very good scorer, an improving outside shooter and a great rebounder.
His versatility will also be valuable to a Jazz team already loaded with young talent.
Kawhi Leonard is a good scorer with great athleticism. He has a long wingspan and is a able to defend and play multiple positions.
He also plays with tremendous energy and is a solid rebounder.
The Cavaliers do not have a small forward who can dominate at either end of the floor, and Leonard has the potential to be a star player.
The Kentucky freshman had a solid NCAA Tournament this year and showed he can be a clutch player late in games.
Brandon Knight is a good scorer but is also a great playmaker. Toronto needs to move on from Jose Calderon, as he has not developed into a upper echelon NBA point guard.
Knight is a smart player who doesn’t make mistakes, and his quick decision making helps limit turnovers.
I know Burks isn’t projected to go this high, but I don’t think Jan Vesely or Marcus Morris is a good fit here. And with John Wall already in Washington, there isn’t a need at point guard, so Kemba Walker is not an option.
Burks is a quality shooting guard who is a very good scorer and is very young, and he has lots of potential as his body keeps developing.
Burks and Wall would form a formidable backcourt full of speed, playmaking and scoring.
The Sacaramento Kings need a real point guard who can also score at times, and Kemba Walker is that player.
Walker is a leader capable of taking big shots and carrying a team to a title.
He and exciting young Kings guard Tyreke Evans would form a balanced backcourt that can score and set up teammates.
The Pistons are a team in turmoil and are currently looking for a new head coach.
Jan Vesely is a very good player who is versatile with great length and athleticism.
The Pistons are in a total rebuilding phase after many years of playoff success, so there is no reason to rush Vesely’s development, and he will not be expected to dominate immediately.
The Charlotte Bobcats really need a center to help their offense and interior defense. Throughout their history, they’ve never had a real center who can dominate at both ends of the floor.
Valanciunas is an athletic player who can be an imposing force in the middle, and he also runs the floor very well for a big man.
He needs to add some strength, but he is still very young and attacks the basket with force and has loads of potential.
The Milwaukee Bucks need a forward who can be effective right away at both ends of the floor.
Kansas forward Marcus Morris is an NBA-ready player who can score and defend pro players right now, and fundamentally is quite strong.
He has experience playing in big games from his time at Kansas.
Morris will also add rebounding and strength to pair with current Bucks center Andrew Bogut.
Donatas Motiejunas is a young player with loads of potential, but is a raw talent who will take time to develop.
At about seven feet tall, he can play power forward or center and will add some much needed size to the Golden State frontcourt.
His offensive versatility will help Golden State in their up-tempo, high scoring offense. Motiejunas can also shoot from the outside and take the ball to the basket.
The Utah Jazz are under pressure from their fans to take BYU star and Utah basketball hero Jimmer Fredette.
Fredette is a popular player who will sell tickets and excite the fans from day one.
He is a fabulous scorer with NBA-level shooting range, but his defense must improve for him to be an all-star player.
Shooting guard is an area the Jazz could improve in, and Fredette can not only score, he can run an offense if he has to.
The Phoenix Suns are looking for an talented power forward to score and play defense, and Tristan Thompson is a prospect who can one day fill those needs.
Thompson is not polished yet but has high potential and will score well right away.
Bismack Biyombo has seen his stock rise tremendously in the last few months, and the Congo prospect is a very long and athletic big man that will fit in well Houston.
With the expected departure of Yao Ming via free agency, the Rockets need to add young big men to their roster for the future.
Biyombo is very raw offensively, but has shown all the skills necessary to become a solid player in the NBA at both ends of the floor.
Klay Thompson is one of the best pure shooters in this draft class, but does not have much of an offensive game other than outside shooting.
His long range shooting will open up the floor for Indiana, who does not have a real threat from three point land on their roster.
Despite not being a well-rounded offensive player, Thompson has the potential to become a solid scorer in a multitude of ways in the pros.
The 76ers need a power forward of the future to replace Elton Brand, who has not lived up to expectations since signing a big contract a few offseasons ago.
Morris, like his brother Marcus, excelled at Kansas this season.
He is an NBA-ready player who can rebound and score right away for Doug Collins’ team.
Kenneth Faried is a fabulous forward to pair with superstar Amare Stoudemire in New York.
Faried plays with a ton of energy and uses that to be a great rebounder. He also can score well in the paint and has good strength.
Faried is an NBA-ready player who would have been a top five pick if he’d played at a top school and not Morehead State.
Chris Singleton is the best defensive prospect in this draft and is a good leader, too.
At Florida State, he was a star and contributed on both ends of the floor. His length and strength makes him a great defensive player, and he has the ability to earn major minutes in his rookie year with his defensive abilities.
Marshon Brooks averaged just under 25 points per game this season for Providence, and only Jimmer Fredette scored more points per game.
At Providence, Brooks did not receive the attention nationally that he deserved, but his offensive talents are amazing, and his draft stock has risen because of that.
Tobias Harris is a solid all-around talent who will help Minnesota in many ways at both ends of the floor.
He can defend and play both forward positions and is a good scorer, rebounder and defender.
Jordan Hamilton displayed a good offensive game at Texas this season. He shot very well from the field and was solid all year.
He is an all-around talent that will help the Blazers at both ends of the floor and is also one of the more NBA-ready players available.
Darius Morris is an athletic player who can score at multiple positions and has the size to defend many different types of opponents.
He has loads of potential and will rebound well, too. Morris was a consistent player at Michigan this season and led them to the second round of the 2011 NCAA Tournament.
Tyler Honeycutt is a very versatile player who can also score and rebound the beasketball.
He will help Houston at both shooting guard and small forward, and can defend well too, but needs to improve a bit on it in year one.
He would be a great wing player for the Rockets.
Trey Thompkins will add strength and toughness to a Thunder team who need to rebound better against the top Western Conference teams.
He has a solid mid-range jumper and can defend and rebound well. Overall, his offensive game is well polished, and he’ll make an immediate impact in the pros.
Nolan Smith was a great player for Duke this season, and was a leader for four years at Duke.
Smith was a great scorer and passer for Duke when top freshman Kyrie Irving was lost due to injury.
Smith would be an exceptional backup to all-star point guard Rajon Rondo in Boston.
Justin Harper was crucial to the Richmond Spiders spectacular season in 2011 and helped bust some brackets in this year's NCAA tournament.
Harper is an NBA-ready player who will make a solid impact right away.
At 6'10", he can play both forward positions and can defend different types of forwards.
Josh Selby’s 2010-11 season was difficult due to injuries, but the Kansas guard has loads of potential.
He possesses many NBA skills and has soild ball-handling skills.
Selby would be a nice backup to top point guard Deron Williams in New Jersey.
Jeremy Tyler took the Brandon Jennings route to the draft by taking his talents to Europe to play professionally after high school.
He has some character worries, including a prior headbutting incident, but he can score and rebound well and can be coached up by veteran Bulls head coach Tom Thibodeau.
Kyle Singler played a great four year career at Duke, playing in some big postseason games in his tenure there.
He is a good outside shooter and very fundamentally sound.
But his strength and lack of a balanced offensive game are concerns about his ability to be a star at the next level.
Butler guard Shelvin Mack is a true point guard and a leader on and off the basketball court.
He helped guide Butler to two straight national title appearances and is an above average playmaker and defender.
Mack would be a solid true point guard to back up Derrick Rose in Chicago.
The Miami Heat desperately need a center who can dominate with size in the paint and rebound the basketball.
JaJuan Johnson is athletic and averaged about 20 points per game at Purdue this season while also blocking many shots.
Chandler Parsons is a good all-around player who can shoot the basketball and play well in the paint.
His defense is also above average, and he is very fundamentally sound.
Williams was a double-double machine at Maryland this season and averaged about 16 points and 11 rebounds per game for Maryland.
He also plays with tremendous energy and passion.
Jon Leuer averaged around 18 points and seven rebounds per game for the Wisconsin Badgers this season.
He was a go-to player for the Badgers in clutch moments, and he has the size to compete with NBA big men.
Norris Cole was one of the better players fans did not get a chance to see much of this season. He is an excellent scorer who averaged just under 22 points per game this season.
He also added over five assists and rebounds per game for Cleveland State this season, showing he can do more than score.
Malcolm Lee is a versatile player who will help New Jersey at the shooting guard and small forward positions.
He is a solid scorer and has the athleticism to be a good wing player in the pros.
Reggie Jackson is a great scorer who carried the Boston College offense this season.
He also has the ability to play point guard and has enough all-around ability to be a solid pro.
Leslie is an athletic player who plays with a great deal of passion and will give the Rockets a wing/shooting guard player they need.
His shooting needs to improve, but he has enough athleticism to help the Houston offense right away.
E’twaun Moore is a very good scorer and was a leader on the floor for Purdue in 2011.
He can score at least in double digits at the pro level and can become a very good defender and rebounder.
Cory Joseph would be a good backup point guard to Brandon Jennings in Milwaukee.
Joseph can score and pass well, but should have stayed at Texas for another year. He does have lots of potential, though.
Benson averaged 17.9 points and 10.1 rebounds per game this season at Oakland and is an underrated big man who can make an impact right away.
He will add a strong interior presence to the Lakers frontcourt with Pau Gasol and Andrew Bynum.
David Light is a four year college player who is very smart and will be a leader at any level of basketball.
He also is a very good outside shooter and plays solid defense.
Jereme Richard's explosive game and tremendous energy will fit right in with Golden State's high tempo offense.
He also is a very good defensive player who will help the Warriors defend the perimeter, something they normally do a poor job in.
Willie Reed is an unknown player who excelled at St. Louis this season, and he is very athletic and scores the basketball.
He needs to add strength to his upper body, but has loads of potential to be a good NBA player.
Rick Jackson is a good power forward to replace David West if he leaves this summer via free agency.
Jackson is a double-double machine and can also defend in the paint.
LaceDarius Dunn is a great scorer who played all four college seasons for Baylor. He can play point guardor shooting guard for the Lakers and will be able to give Derek Fisher and Kobe Bryant rests.
Greg Smith was a good forward Fresno State this season, and averaged about 11 points and eight rebounds per game.
Smith will be able to backup Blake Griffin in Los Angeles.
Ravern Johnson was an excellent scorer at Mississippi State this season, pouring in almost 18 points per game.
But his defense needs to work for him to be a good NBA player. The Hawks could use scoring off the bench if Jamal Crawford leaves in the summer.
Gary Flowers is a true post up player who will be a great backup for Zach Randolph in Memphis.
Flowers averaged about 19 points and eight rebounds per game for Southern Miss in 2011, and is also a good interior defender.
Scotty Hopson was a solid scorer for Tennessee this year.
He averaged about 17 points per game, and showed he could be an effective wing player in the pros.
DeAndre Liggins' decision to leave Kentucky was a bit shocking, since he could have used another year in college to develop his skills.
But his athleticism and offensive potential make him worth a second round pick.
Demetri McCamey played multiple collegiate seasons at Illinois, and will take several different skills to the next level.
He will be able to score, rebound and run the offense well for Denver.
Justin Brownlee is one of the most athletic big men in the draft, and will provide good offense to the Orlando Magic frontcourt.
The St. John’s forward has to improve on defense, but there isn't a concern he can't do this in the NBA.
Jamine Peterson is another Providence player that will be a solid player even in the second round.
He scored almost 20 points and grabbed about 10 rebounds per game this season for the Friars. Cleveland needs all the depth they can get in the frontcourt.
The Georgetown forward had a solid senior season in 2011, and showed he can be a good scorer at any level.
Playing in the toughest conference in basketball, the Big East, Freeman was a solid all around player who showed great versatility, too.
Robin Benzing is a good small forward who will help the Los Angeles Lakers score off the bench, but will also earn minutes with his good defensive capabilities.
Jacob Pullen had a very good career at Kansas State, and showed he can be a big time scorer and set up an offense.
He could be a future replacement for Jason Kidd.
A broken hand derailed much of Chris Wright's 2011 season, but when he played, he was a good scorer, and is capable of running an offense in the NBA.
His defense is also good.
Talor Battle was one of the Penn State's better players in 2011, and is an all-around talent.
Battle can scored about 20 points per game for the Nittany Lions, and can also rebound well for a guard.
Ben Hansbrough is a smart basketball player who has experience being a leader and number one scoring option.
He has good shooting range and is very sound fundamentally.