Bradley Beal Comes Up Just Short

        Many of the Draft's top prospects didn't participate in the Chicago Pre-Draft Combine, including former-Florida Gator, Bradley Beal, the top shooting guard in the 2012 class. Yet, Beal could find himself down a slot or two than he had hoped due to sub-elite measurements. He stands under 6'5" in shoes at 6'4.75" with a 6'8" wingspan for decent length, but these are not ideal measurements for a 2-guard at the next level. With Anthony Davis (6'10.25" in shoes with a 7'5.5" wingspan), Thomas Robinson (6'9" in shoes, 7'3" wingspan), Michael Kidd-Gilchrist (6'7.5" in shoes, 7' wingspan), Harrison Barnes (6'8" in shoes, 6'11.25" wingspan) and Andre Drummond (6'11.75" in shoes, 7'6.25" wingspan), all measuring in well, Beal could find himself as the odd man out in the top four or five.

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