Early 2010 NBA mock draft

Early 2010 NBA mock draft

Published Jun. 30, 2009 7:36 p.m. ET

Now that the 2009 NBA Draft is in the book, we're going to give you the first legit mock draft for 2010.

While there was no shortage of point guards in this year's draft, floor leaders will be overshadowed next year by the abundance of big men.

In fact, nine of our first 15 guys off the board are at least 6-foot-9.

We do, however, have a point guard going numero uno.

1. John Wall, 6-3½, 193, PG, Fr., Kentucky: He's super-athletic, extremely quick and is big and strong. Maybe a bigger version of Derrick Rose and should be the top pick in next year's draft.

2. Derrick Favors, 6-9, 230, PF. Fr., Georgia Tech: Athletic post player who plays hard and makes the right plays. Similar to this year's No. 1, Blake Griffin.

3. Ed Davis, 6-9, 215, PF, Soph., North Carolina: He's long, plays hard and also produces. He can be a force on the defensive end and is also capable of scoring. Just needs to get stronger.