I'm talking about the drafts featuring guys from the new 1 & Done era from 2006-present.
Is there a better chance that these drafts have more depth in terms of players who are going to be good than the drafts from past years.
You can't tell me that Donte Greene at #28 doesn't have a better chance to be better than Dave Johnson who went #26 in 1992.
I somewhat think these players are better prospects than those in the past who mostly spent 3 & 4 years in college before coming to the NBA because although college would help some players develop their maturity and try to find their fit it does help that now that they're in the NBA at an early age that they can adapt to the NBA game earlier and work with top of the line personal coaches who can teach them their position in a 1 on 1 coaching session rather than having to work with the entire group of big men.
Anyways I think there will be less busts now with this format than in years past.
I think the fact a lot of these guys are so young will help them in the long term because they will be able to find their fit sooner and be valued due to their youth which can keep them on a NBA roster.
Hopefully teams will begin to utilize the NBDL better for their draft picks.