Chad Ford of ESPN.com discusses NBA GM's reactions to his first mock draft - which was linked and heavily discussed on BlazersEdge recently. But I thought this part is the most relevant to Blazer fans and what's been discussed here on BEdge lately: "Next year, ESPNU doesn't have one point guard ranked in its top 20 of the incoming recruiting class. The top point guard is Kris Dunn, who signed with Providence, and he's ranked at No. 23. That means waiting until next year for an elite point guard to emerge might prove fruitless. I had a number of GMs tell me Damian Lillard, Kendall Marshall, Tony Wroten Jr., B.J. Young, Marquis Teague and Myck Kabongo could all go higher than they are currently projected. Then again, the dearth of point guards in the 2013 draft could be an incentive for players such as Teague and Kabongo to return to school and possibly go much higher next year.