It's an In$ider article, but I'll give you a sneak peak at where the Texas players rank.
Avery Bradley (15)
Fran Fraschilla's Take (March 3): Bradley's athleticism, attitude and work ethic are tremendous. He has been an island of tranquility in the rocky seas of Texas basketball this season. He has already improved his outside shooting but his overall basketball skills need to improve as well. Finding a true position is a reason he should return for another season.
Jordan Hamilton (34)
Chad Ford's Take (March 2): It will be interesting to see what Hamilton does. From the sound of things, he and coach Rick Barnes don't really see eye-to-eye and he'd like to make the jump. Scouts see him as a potential lottery pick down the road -- but not this year. If he declares now, he could slip all the way to the second round.
Dexter Pittman (46)
David Thorpe's Take (February 4): One thing I kept thinking about while watching his game tapes: Of all the guys I've watched so far this season, Pittman is the one who can just explode up the charts if he and his team have a great March run.
Damion James (48)
Fran Fraschilla's Take (March 3): I have written about Damion James before and haven't changed my tune on him. His combination of athleticism, strength, intensity and versatility will make him a nice value pick somewhere in the middle to later part of the first round. He is considered an in-betweener but he's relentlessness on both backboards, a trait that will find him a spot on most NBA rosters.