Complete NBA Draft Expert Guide to 2015-16 College Basketball Season

November 13th, 2015 by Jonathan Wasserman Leave a reply »

The 2016 NBA draft conversation will be made up of layers, from the No. 1 overall candidates to the sleepers and breakout prospects. There will be freshmen hidden below the radar and seniors with final auditions to ace. 

A number of players were able to make noise over the summer during events like the FIBA World Championships, LeBron James Nike Skills Academy, Adidas Nations or the Pan American Games. This season, they'll look to build on the buzz and ultimately convert it into NBA contracts.

Our 2015-16 NBA draft guide breaks down all the relevant prospects in the discussion, along with those who've yet to make their national introductions.

I separated each player into a separate category and ranked them among their groupings, with No. 1 being the best. 


No. 1 Overall Candidates

1. Ben Simmons, LSU, 6'9", SF/PF, Freshman

Simmons carries a ton of hype with him to LSU, where his versatility should translate to immediate production and No. 1 overall buzz. 

At 6'9", 239 pounds, he's developed the body of a power forward, whic ...

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