@Dinner Why can't they? They have clearly the best quarterback in the division we still don't know how good Brock Osweiler is I do think he will be good, but not as good as he is getting paid. The Jags will be solid, but their youth will be a hindrance as good defenses take a year or two to really click just look at the Broncos which took 3 seasons to be what they are. The Colts defense is just as good as 2 seasons ago when they went to the Conference Finals and I can't see a reason why they can't do it again behind Luck. Just because he was hurt one season everyone forgets how good he was carrying the team his first three seasons.
Philadelphia 76ers: Jerami Grant, SF, Syracuse, 6-8, Soph.
Jerami Grant is a great value this low as he has first-round talent due to his athleticism and length. Grant is a big slider in my mock.
Cleveland Cavaliers: Walter Tavares, C, Spain, 7-3, 1992
The size is there, but the all-around game is a major work in progress.
New York Knicks: Jarnell Stokes, PF, Tennessee, 6-9, Jr.
Jarnell Stokes is a physical presence down low, but he has a nice touch on his mid-range jumper as well.
Utah Jazz: Glenn Robinson III, SF, Michigan, 6-6, Soph.
Robinson showed a lot of promise during his freshman year, but he didn't take the next step with his game in 2013 to warrant being a first-round selection.
Milwaukee Bucks: Patric Young, F/C, Florida, 6-9, Sr.
Patric Young is built like a house and plays with an incredible motor, but he has shown little development offensively.
Toronto Raptors: DeAndre Daniels, SF, Connecticut, 6-8, Jr.
A terrific performance in the NCAA Tournament has propelled DeAndre Daniels to bubble first-round-pick status.
Detroit Pistons: C.J. Wilcox, SG, Washington, 6-5, Sr.
C.J. Wilcox is a pure scorer with a pretty outside stroke and good size for the next level.
Minnesota T-Wolves: Vasilije Micic, PG, Serbia, 6-4, 1994
Like most European point guards who have made the leap to the NBA, the Serbian has a great feel for the game and is a creative play-maker.
Denver Nuggets: Spencer Dinwiddie, G, Colorado, 6-5, Jr.
Spencer Dinwiddie is a versatile combo guard who can get after it as a defender. A season-ending injury during his junior year hurt his draft stock though.
Houston Rockets: Johnny O'Bryant, PF, LSU, 6-9, Jr.
A physical presence down low, Johnny O'Bryant could add physicality off the bench.
Atlanta Hawks: Nick Johnson, G, Arizona, 6-3, Jr.
The Pac-12 Player of the Year is a combo guard who doesn't have a true position at the next level. Still, Johnson is extremely athletic and brings plenty of toughness to the floor.
Minnesota T-Wolves: James Michael McAdoo, F, North Carolina, 6-9, Jr.
Stuck between small forward and power forward, James Michael McAdoo didn't live up to the hype at North Carolina. Still, he is an intriguing prospect, especially in the second round.
Charlotte Hornets: Artem Klimenko, C, Russia, 7-1, 1994
Artem Klimenko is a raw seven-footer who will need time to develop overseas.
Washington Wizards: Markel Brown, SG, Oklahoma State, 6-3, Sr.
The Oklahoma State senior can score the basketball, but his size as a shooting guard hurts his stock.
Philadelphia 76ers: Thanasis Antetokounmpo, SF, Greece, 6-7, 1992
The younger brother of the Bucks' Giannis Antetokounmpo, Thanasis Antetokounmpo played for the Delaware 87ers of the D-League. Thanasis possesses length and athleticism like his brother, but has fine tuning to do with his game.
Milwaukee Bucks: Semaj Christon, PG, Xavier, 6-3, Soph.
Semaj Christon is a terrific athlete and at his best attacking the tin, but he struggles shooting it from deep.
Chicago Bulls: Roy Devyn Marble, SG, Iowa, 6-6, Sr.
The Hawkeye senior can play multiple positions, and that versatility should be attractive to NBA scouts.
Phoenix Suns: Jabari Brown, SG, Missouri, 6-5, Jr.
The Missouri off guard has good size for the next level and can stroke it from deep.
New York Knicks: C.J. Fair, SF, Syracuse, 6-8, Sr.
C.J. Fair is a versatile lefty who has the potential to be a solid role player at the next level.
Minnesota T-Wolves: LaQuinton Ross, SF, Ohio State, 6-8, Jr.
A capable shooter from the outside, LaQuinton Ross also has ideal size for the next level.
Philadelphia 76ers: Deonte Burton, PG, Nevada, 6-1, Sr.
Deonte Burton doesn't get a lot of national attention having played at Nevada, but he could sneak into the first round.
Miami Heat: Russ Smith, G, Louisville, 6-0, Sr.
Russ Smith is a shooting guard trapped in a point guard's body. That hurts his stock, but he is lightning quick and a fearless scorer.
Orlando Magic: Nemanja Dangubic, G/F, Serbia, 6-7, 1993
The Serbian is a versatile wing who will need to develop overseas before coming to the NBA.
Indiana Pacers: DeAndre Kane, G, Iowa State, 6-4, Sr.
A transfer from Marshall, DeAndre Kane is a versatile guard who does a little bit of everything on the floor and was a huge part of the Cyclones' success this season. He will be 25 years old at the time of the 2014 NBA Draft though.
San Antonio Spurs: Khem Birch, PF, UNLV, 6-9, Jr.
Khem Birch is active on the inside, but his lack of physicality is a concern.
Toronto Raptors: Joe Harris, SG, Virginia, 6-6, Sr.
The former Cavalier is a sharpshooter, though he isn't very athletic.
San Antonio Spurs: Xavier Thames, PG, San Diego State, 6-2, Sr.
The Mountain West Conference Player of the Year is a dangerous outside shooter. However, he is more of a two guard than a true point guard.