In a draft where the gems could come post-lottery, here are five prospects who might help the rich get richer in this year's NBA Draft.
Harper has a true power forward's body with the skills to match. He has displayed one of the more complete games pre-draft, and is certainly one of the more NBA-ready players.
Harper is ranked in the late first round in most mock drafts, but has the talent to go much higher.
Selby had an underwhelming freshman year at Kansas and did not live up to the outrageous expectations put on him before he even got one minute of playing time.
This kid still has the talent, athleticism and skills to play and contribute in the NBA though.
Selby is a raw and immature, and those are the only reasons he is predicted to go late in the first round or early second round.
But don't be surprised if a team in the low-to-mid-first round takes a risk on this highly-touted player.
Leslie is the best athlete in all of college basketball.
Strictly based on this fact, he will find a way to be a great utility player in the NBA.
Jenkins is an elite scorer with a huge wingspan and one of the quickest first steps in the NCAA.
He got no attention playing at tiny Hofstra, but will be noticed in the NBA.
Faried has a motor similar to Kevin Love, and he simply doesn't quit when he's on the court.
Setting the NCAA's all-time rebounding record, Faried's effort will make his game translate to the NBA. Every team loves this kind of relentless effort, and every team loves rebounding.
This kid does both the best.