The small forward position in this year’s NBA Draft is consisted of a fairly diverse group that can help a team’s depth. The upper tier of SF prospects is likely to be gone by the end of the first round, but there are a fair number of developing young prospects that will be available in the second round. You can find toughness, athleticism, defense, scoring and all-around play from this group of players. It all becomes a matter of need and preference for a team. Here is a revised look and some thoughts on the “SwishScout.com Small Forward Position Rankings.”
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