Originally Posted by bigboi_baller
Rubio's probably higher up, atleast based on other stuff I've seen/read.
Yeah more than likely Brandon Jennings will be much lower if he doesn't go to Europe and dominate which theres a 95% chance that won't happen.
I've seen almost every Rubio highlight tape on the internet and from the looks of it he could be a "Once In A Decade" type of prospect espescially if he can have a good showing at the Olympics against some of the NBA players.
If Rubio can outplay Paul,Kidd,or Williams he'll be the consensus #1 pick.
I think Blake Griffin will go #3,Earl Clark will be a mid 1st rounder between 15-20,Jrue Holliday could be the Jerryd Bayless of 2009,Tyreke Evans will be in the top 10,Al-Farouq Aminu will be in the top 10,and the sleeper player nobody is mentioning is Kyle Singler who I think could go in the top 10 as well.