The top ten of Brew Hoop's 2013 Draft Board is rounded out by Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, SG, Georgia. Caldwell-Pope (or KCP, if you're a weary blogger at 1:30am) was easily overlooked among draft prospects last season, toiling away on an unimpressive Georgia team that wasn't particularly good at scoring. What points they did score were often thanks to him, though. Scoring nearly 22 points per 40 minutes on solid 58% true shooting, Caldwell-Pope is a highly capable offensive player with prototypical 2-guard size and skills. While his 37.7 3P% might not looks sensational, that he kept it so high while attempting over 8 such shots per 40 minutes is a testament to his range. KCP isn't just a one-dimensional scorer--he was a key component of an above-average Bulldog defense and projects as a capable individual defender at the next level. He isn't a particularly willing passer, though the ability is there, and he probably can't handle more than sporadic ball-handling duties, but with his solid jump-shooting numbers both off the catch and off the dribble, Caldwell-Pope could be an instant-offense rookie in reserve with the potential to develop into a more complete starter.
The Brew Hoop Big Board
1. Ben McLemore - SG, Kansas
2. Otto Porter - SF, Georgetown
3. Victor Oladipo - SG, Indiana
4. Trey Burke - PG, Michigan
5. Nerlens Noel - C, Kentucky
6. Anthony Bennett - PF, UNLV
7. Alex Len - C, Maryland
8. Michael Carter-Williams - PG, Syracuse
9. C.J. McCollum - G, Lehigh
10. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope - SG, Georgia
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