Nov 09, 2012; Waco, TX, USA; Lehigh Mountain Hawks guard C.J. McCollum (3) reacts during the game against the Baylor Bears at the Ferrell Center. Baylor won 99-77. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports

2013 NBA Mock Draft: McDermott 9.0

I can’t believe that tomorrow the draft is finally here. All the speculation will finally come to an end and then we can start talking about free agency. This will not be my final mock draft as I fully expect to post at least a version 9.1. Depending on what info comes out today there could be more. For the first time ever I have Noel dropping to number 2 in this mock but this could easily change by this afternoon or tomorrow morning.

# Team Player H W P School C
1 Cleveland Alex Len 7’1″ 255 C Maryland So.
2 Orlando Nerlens Noel 6’11” 225 PF/C Kentucky Fr.
3 Washington Otto Porter 6’8″ 205 SF Georgetown So.
4 Charlotte Anthony Bennett 6’7″ 240 SF/PF UNLV Fr.
5 Phoenix Ben McLemore 6’5″ 195 SG Kansas Fr.
6 New Orleans Victor Oladipo 6’4″ 215 SG/SF Indiana Jr.
7 Sacramento Trey Burke 6’0″ 190 PG Michigan So.
8 Detroit CJ McCollum 6’3″ 190 PG/SG Lehigh Sr.
9 Minnesota Kentavious Caldw… 6’5″ 205 SG Georgia So.
10 Portland Sergey Karasev 6’7″ 197 SG/SF Russia Intl.
11 Philadelphia Cody Zeller 6’11” 240 PF/C Indiana So.
12 Oklahoma City Steven Adams 7’0″ 250 C Pittsburgh Fr.
13 Dallas Michael Carter-W… 6’6″ 185 PG Syracuse So.
14 Utah Kelly Olynyk 7’0″ 240 PF/C Gonzaga Jr.
15 Milwaukee Shane Larkin 5’11” 176 PG Miami So.
16 Boston Shabazz Muhammad 6’6″ 225 SF UCLA Fr.
17 Atlanta Tim Hardaway Jr 6’6″ 205 SG Michigan Jr.
18 Atlanta Lucas Nogueira 7’0″ 220 PF/C Brazil Intl.
19 Cleveland Giannis Adetokoubo 6’9″ 205 SF/PF Greece Intl.
20 Chicago Mason Plumlee 6’11” 240 PF Duke Sr.
21 Utah Dennis Schroeder 6’2″ 168 PG Germany Intl.
22 Brooklyn Jamaal Franklin 6’5″ 205 SG/SF San Diego St. Jr.
23 Indiana Ricardo Ledo 6’6″ 197 SG Providence Fr.
24 New York Gorgui Dieng 6’10” 245 C Louisville Jr.
25 LA Clippers Tony Mitchell 6’8″ 235 SF/PF North Texas So.
26 Minnesota Rudy Gobert 7’1″ 230 C France Intl.
27 Denver Reggie Bullock 6’7″ 200 SG/SF North Carolina Jr.
28 San Antonio Allen Crabbe 6’6″ 210 SG California Jr.
29 Oklahoma City Tony Snell 6’7″ 200 SG/SF New Mexico Jr.
30 Phoenix Isaiah Canaan 6’0″ 190 PG Murray St. Sr.
# Team Player H W P School C
31 Cleveland Nate Wolters 6’5″ 196 PG South Dakota … Sr.
32 Oklahoma City Glen Rice Jr. 6’6″ 211 SG D League Jr.
33 Cleveland DeShaun Thomas 6’7″ 225 SF/PF Ohio State Jr.
34 Houston Pierre Jackson 5’10” 176 PG Baylor Sr.
35 Philadelphia CJ Leslie 6’9″ 200 PF NC State Jr.
36 Sacramento Trevor Mbakwe 6’8″ 236 PF/C Minnesota Sr.
37 Washington Archie Goodwin 6’5″ 189 SG Kentucky Fr.
38 Detroit Livio Jean-Charles 6’9″ 217 SF/PF France Intl.
39 Portland Jeff Withey 7’0″ 235 C Kansas Sr.
40 Portland Alex Abrines 6’6″ 190 SG Spain Intl.
41 Memphis Brandon Davies 6’9″ 242 PF BYU Sr.
42 Philadelphia James Ennis 6’7″ 200 SG/SF Long Beach St… Sr.
43 Milwaukee Peyton Siva 6’1″ 181 PG Louisville Sr.
44 Dallas Kenny Kadji 6’10” 242 PF/C Miami Sr.
45 Portland Andre Roberson 6’7″ 206 SF/PF Colorado Jr.
46 Utah Adonis Thomas 6’6″ 232 SF Memphis So.
47 Atlanta Lorenzo Brown 6’5″ 189 PG/SG NC State Jr.
48 LA Lakers Erick Green 6’3″ 185 PG Virginia Tech Sr.
49 Chicago Solomon Hill 6’7″ 226 SF Arizona Sr.
50 Atlanta Ryan Kelly 6’11” 230 PF Duke Sr.
51 Orlando Augusto Lima 6’9″ 240 PF Brazil Intl.
52 Minnesota Ray McCallum 6″1″ 190 PG Detroit Jr.
53 Indiana Mike Muscala 6’11” 230 PF/C Bucknell Sr.
54 Washington Myck Kabongo 6’1″ 180 PG Texas Fr.
55 Memphis Dewayne Dedmon 6’11” 240 C USC Jr.
56 Detroit Robert Covington 6’7″ 209 SF Tennessee State Sr.
57 Phoenix Carrick Felix 6’6″ 203 SG/SF Arizona St. Sr.
58 San Antonio James Southerland 6’8″ 221 SF/PF Syracuse Sr.
59 Minnesota Colton Iverson 7’0″ 263 PF/C Colorado St. Sr.
60 Memphis Rodney Williams 6’7″ 200 SF Minnesota Sr.

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