2013 SEC Prospect Preview

The South Eastern Conference lost a ton of talent last year into the 2012 NBA Draft. A lot of the prospects selected went early including the top overall pick, in the end 12 total prospects went in the draft including 8 in the first round.

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As always the conference reloaded and has nine total prospects on the Big Board as Top 75 prospects for NDI in the 2013 NBA Draft.

Overall the conference is just as talented including having one of three or four prospects that is considered to be one of the top overall picks. The conference I however balanced with numerous prospects that have the skill level of a lottery pick. In a draft class that is not as deep as other years it will be interesting to see how many of these mid-first and early second round talents move up the boards.

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Big Board Rank in (Parenthesis) for the 2013 NBA Talent

Here is a list of all the transfers this summer



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