The NBA announced 19 prospects will attend the 2015 Draft Thursday night in Brooklyn. The group includes the likely top two selections, Kentucky's Karl-Anthony Towns and Duke's Jahlil Okafor.
When looking at forward Kevon Looney's entire portfolio including measurables, stats and analytics, the take from the UCLA product's former teammate doesn't seem so outlandish.
There are two sets of rankings when it comes to NBA Draft prospects: The generic list and the specific version with an individual team in mind.
Honest admission time: Like most reading this article, I don't know much about the two international prospects expected to hear their names called early in Thursday's NBA Draft.