With the 2011 NBA draft less than a week away, teams are starting to brainstorm best case scenarios.
NBA franchises are looking to either plug roster holes, replace washed-up and vacant players, or find the next big thing, all within two rounds of player selections come June 23rd.
The draft is going to feature some of the best young players around, including Kyrie Irving, Derrick Williams, Brandon Knight and Kemba Walker.
However, a team's draft success completely hinders on sound scouting and sheer basketball common sense.
For the most part, we've gathered the strategic plans for many of the early picks in the first round, but where and when do the other guys fall?
And do they have enough NBA potential to post better career numbers than earlier draftees?
We'll soon find out.
Here is why Kansas power forward Marcus Morris is going to be this year's ultimate draft sleeper.