Prospect Watch: Which players have hurt their draft stock the most?

Monday March 10th, 2014
His overall numbers are rising, but James Michael McAdoo is still frustratingly inconsistent.
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Instead of coming out of the NCAA Tournament a lottery pick in an extremely weak draft last year, McGary now has the option to turn pro coming off these injuries and risk being a second round pick or to return to Michigan again and try to rehab himself, his game and his draft stock.

Mitch McGary's injury hasn't catalyzed the offensive explosion expected for Glenn Robinson III.
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A first-round talent? Probably, but at this point, he's a late second-round prospect.

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