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Feb 28, 2015; Lawrence, KS, USA; Texas Longhorns forward Myles Turner (52) shoots a three point shot as Kansas Jayhawks forward Perry Ellis (34) defends during the second half at Allen Fieldhouse. Kansas won 69-64. Mandatory Credit: Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

5. Myles Turner, Texas

After his freshman season with the Texas Longhorns, center Myles Turner elected to declare for the NBA Draft. In 34 collegiate games, the six-foot-eleven, 242-pound center averaged 10.1 points, 6.5 rebounds and 2.6 blocks per game. He also shot over 83-percent from the line.

Turner currently ranks 11th on the big board at DraftExpress. He checks in at No. 13 in rankings compiled by NBADraft.net’s Aran Smith. The 19-year-old boasts a seven-foot-four wingspan and a standing reach of nearly nine-foot-two.

While some would view his lone season with the Longhorns as a disappointment given his inconsistent output, Turner’s potential remains attractive to NBA scouts.

Turner collected nearly 25-percent of available defensive rebounds while on the floor for Texas, good for third in the Big 12. His block rate of 12.3-percent ranked ninth in the NCAA.

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