2010 NBA Draft: Top 10 Big Prospects
How do you define a "Big" prospect? These guys are traditional power forwards and centers. Derrick Favors Georgia Tech, Freshman Power Forward 6-10, 246 pounds, 18 years old Incredibly long and athletic big man with superb rebounding and defensive instincts to go along with a developing offensive game.
Kentucky, Freshman Center 6-11, 270 pounds, 19 years old Terrific back-to-the-basket presence who as a freshman ranked as one of the most productive players seen at the college level in the past decade.
Kansas, Junior Center 6-11, 250 pounds, 21 years old Incredibly long center with excellent tools as a rebounder and defender and a high motor.
North Carolina, Sophomore Power Forward 6-9, 215 pounds, 20 years old Long, athletic big man with upside who excels at crashing the glass and defending the paint.
Baylor, Redshirt Junior Power Forward 6-10, 240 pounds, 22 years old Long, fluid big man who can create his own shot and is a terrific shot-blocking presence.
Kentucky, Junior Power Forward 6-8, 223 pounds, 21 years old Versatile offensive player with an NBA body and wingspan and outstanding intangibles.
Kentucky, Freshman Center 6-10, 260 pounds, 19 years old Physically gifted big man with the length, size, athleticism and basic skills NBA teams look for in a prototypical center.
Georgetown, Sophomore Power Forward/Center 6-11, 240 pounds, 19 years old Skilled and intelligent big man with terrific size and outstanding passing ability.
Florida State, Sophomore Center 7-1, 251 pounds, 22 years old Long, mobile big man with spectacular defensive potential.
Marshall, Freshman Power Forward/Center 7-0, 235 pounds, 20 years old Incredibly talented big man with supreme shot-blocking skills and a developing offensive game.