Experts and analysts alike have said it, so I'm sure you've heard it. This draft class is the weakest we've seen in years.
Sure, you can't pinpoint a surefire superstar out of this year's class, but it doesn't matter. This is a strong draft class as role players are in abundance.
Owners and GMs are in over there heads, picking missing pieces in the second round like Andrew Goudelock, Kyle Singler or Shelvin Mack.
No matter what's been said, make no mistake about it, there was value in June's draft, and it ran deep.
This is not a list predicting the top five Rookie of the Year candidates. The goal of this list is to examine and determine which incoming rookies will be the most successful 10 years from now.
It's to figure out who, when it's all said and done, will be the face of this year's draft class.