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NBA Draft Prospect Rankings: Overall

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Gary Parrish's NBA Draft Prospect Rankings By Sam Vecenie
CBSSports.com College Basketball Writer

College Basketball Writer Sam Vecenie ranks his top 2015 draft prospects ahead of the NBA Draft.
2015 NBA Draft Prospect Rankings
RankPlayerSchoolYearPOSHGTWGT
1Jahlil OkaforDukeFr.C6-11270
2Karl-Anthony TownsKentuckyFr.PF6-11255
3Emmanuel MudiayChina-PG6-5200
4D'Angelo RussellOhio StateFr.SG6-5180
5Stanley JohnsonArizonaFr.SF6-7245
6Willie Cauley-SteinKentuckyJr.C7-0242
7Kristaps PorzingisLatvia-PF6-11220
8Justise WinslowDukeFr.SF6-6225
9Mario HezonjaCroatia-SG6-7195
10Kelly Oubre Jr.KansasFr.SF6-7200
11Kevon LooneyUCLAFr.PF6-9220
12Myles TurnerTexasFr.C6-11240
13Frank KaminskyWisconsinSr.C7-0242
14Trey LylesKentuckyFr.PF6-10235
15Devin BookerKentuckyFr.SG6-6206
16Bobby PortisARKSoph.PF6-11242
17Jerian GrantNDSr.PG6-5204
18Caris LeVertMichiganJr.SG6-6185
19Christian WoodUNLVSoph.PF6-11220
20Justin AndersonVirginiaJr.SF6-6228
21Montrezl HarrellLouisvilleJr.PF-C6-8240
22Delon WrightUtahSr.PG6-5190
23Kris DunnProvidenceSoph.PG6-3205
24Sam DekkerWisconsinJr.SF6-9230
25Tyus JonesDukeFr.PG6-1190
26Rondae Hollis-JeffersonArizonaSoph.SF6-7220
27Domantas SabonisGonzagaFr.PF6-10231
28R.J. HunterGeorgia StateJr.SG6-6190
29Cliff AlexanderKansasFr.PF6-8240
30Jakob PoeltlUtahFr.PF7-0235
31Dakari JohnsonKentuckySoph.C7-0255
32Jarell MartinLSUSoph.PF6-10235
33Buddy HieldOklahomaJr.SG6-4212
34James Blackmon Jr.IndianaFr.SG6-4195
35Robert UpshawWashingtonJr.C7-0250
36Norman PowellUCLASr.SG6-4215
37Amida BrimahConnecticutSoph.C7-0230
38Damian JonesVanderbiltSoph.PF6-10248
39Ron BakerWICHSTJr.PG6-4220
40Rashad VaughnUNLVFr.SG6-6210
41Jake LaymanMarylandJr.SF6-9205
42Brice JohnsonNorth CarolinaJr.PF6-9228
43Aleksandar VezenkovBulgariaFr.SF6-8210
44Terry RozierLouisvilleSoph.PG6-1190
45Demetrius JacksonNotre DameSoph.PG6-1198
46Melo TrimbleMarylandFr.PG6-3190
47Egemen GuvenTurkey-PF6-9210
48Jordan MickeyLSUSoph.PF6-8235
49Anthony BrownStanfordSr.SF6-6215
50Zhou QiChina-C7-1215
51Yogi FerrellIndianaJr.PG6-0180
52Guillermo HernangomezSpain-C6-11255
53Tyrone WallaceCaliforniaJr.PG6-5200
54Mouhammadou JaitehFrance-C6-11249
55Aaron HarrisonKentuckySoph.SG6-6212
56Justin JacksonNorth CarolinaFr.SF6-8193
57A.J. HammonsPurdueJr.C7-0261
58J.P. TokotoNorth CarolinaJr.SF6-6200
59Troy WilliamsIndianaSoph.SF6-7215
60Tyler UlisKentuckyFr.PG5-9155
61Shawn LongUL LafayetteJr.PF6-9245
62Nikola MilutinovSerbia-C6-11220
63Chris McCulloughSyracuseFr.PF6-10220
64Treveon GrahamVCUSr.SG6-6225
65Michael Frazier IIFloridaJr.SG6-4194
66E.C. MatthewsRhode IslandSoph.SG6-5190
67Nigel Williams-GossWashingtonSoph.PG6-3190
68Georges Lucas Alves de PaulaBrazil-PG6-5200
69Brandon AshleyArizonaJr.PF6-9230
70Marcus PaigeNorth CarolinaJr.PG6-1175
71Kennedy MeeksNorth CarolinaSoph.C6-9270
72Shannon ScottOhio StateSr.PG6-1185
73Michael QuallsArkansasJr.SG6-6205
74Marcus LeeKentuckySoph.PF6-9220
75Rakeem ChristmasSyracuseSr.C6-9250
76Branden DawsonMichigan StateSr.SF6-6225
77Chris ObekpaSt. JohnsJr.C6-10236
78Malik PopeSan Diego StateFr.SF6-10205
79Alan WilliamsSanta BarbaraSr.C6-8265
80Perry EllisKansasJr.SF6-8225
81Wang ZhelinChina-C7-0251
82Wayne Selden Jr.KansasSoph.SF6-5230
83Andzejs PasecniksLatvia-C7-1220
84Alex PoythressKentuckyJr.PF6-8235
85Malcolm HillIllinoisSoph.SF6-6230
86Malcolm BrogdonVirginiaJr.SG6-5215
87Gary Payton IIOregon StateJr.PG6-3175
88Andrew HarrisonKentuckySoph.PG6-6210
89Jonathan HolmesTexasSr.SF6-8240
90Georges NiangIowa StateJr.SF6-8230
91Isaac HaasPurdueFr.C7-2297
92Isaiah TaylorTexasSoph.PG6-1170
93Cedi OsmanMacedonia-PG6-6190
94Nigel HayesWisconsinSoph.PF6-8235
95Cameron PayneMurray StateSoph.PG6-2180
96Tyler HarveyEastern WashingtonSoph.SG6-4185
97Keifer SykesGreen BaySr.PG6-0180
98Terran PettewayNebraskaJr.SG6-6215
99Kenneth SmithLouisiana TechSr.PG6-3180
100Derrick MarksBoise StateSr.SG6-3210
Overall · Point Guards · Shooting Guards · Small Forwards · Power Forwards · Centers
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