Saw an ESPN Insider article where their panel of NBA "experts" debated a few questions about this year's freshmen class draft status. Here's what they had to say about Walker: Selfishly, I agree with Goodman. Walker's obviously still extremely raw at both ends of the court, but the NBA draft is based on potential even more so than is the NFL draft, and he's got loads of that. We have 8 more regular season games, probably 3 SEC tourney games, and up to 6 in the NCAA tourney. The question is, if he's playing 10-15 minutes a game by the end of the regular season, is that enough to show the scouts to make him a lottery pick? It was enough for DeMarcus Cousins, but he had a more NBA-ready body and wasn't as raw. He also played a whole season. Is it worth coming back for another year of development or is he better of leaving this year? Noah might have gone #1 overall had he gone a year earlier, but I'm sure he would say he made the right choice. What do you think?