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Top NBA Prospects at Each Position

Yet more confirmation that this season has been the Year of the Freshman: First-year players dominate NBA draft Insider Chad Ford’s Big Board 3.0, holding top billing at each of the five spots on the floor.
If not for the Huskies’ struggles, Fultz’s dominant play would make him a Wooden Award front-runner.

Markelle Fultz

PG | WASHINGTON (NO. 1)

Fultz has been awesome (23.2 ppg, sixth in NCAA) and can’t be blamed for the Huskies’ 9–14 record. The 6-foot-4, 195-pound guard is still the favorite to go

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