Julius Randle entered the season as a candidate to go first overall in the 2014 NBA Draft, but he has seemingly dropped as scouts have taken a closer look.

Some scouts are beginning to prefer Noah Vonleh of Indiana as a better power forward prospect than Randle.

Vonleh doesn't have the same type of "star" potential, but he is bigger and longer than Randle. Vonleh also has a higher rebounding rate on the defensive glass.