Sean Merriman, web editor, June 11, 2015

It is no secret that several former Big Ten stars are expected to be selected early on in this month's NBA Draft.

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ESPN Basketball Insider Jeff Goodman released his updated NBA Mock Draft 5.0 on Thursday, which includes three Big Ten players in the lottery.

Goodman has former Ohio State star D'Angelo Russell, who is the first OSU one-and-done freshman since B.J. Mullens in 2009, going No. 3 to the Philadelphia 76ers.

"It comes down to a choice between two point guards: Russell and Emmanuel Mudiay, as well as skilled 7-footer Kristaps Porzingis," Goodman says. "Russell does well by the analytics, and he's also ready to come in and make an immediate impact, while the other two will take more time to adjust."

Following that, Goodman has a run of several other one-and-done players coming off the board before he has Sam Dekker landing with the Phoenix Suns at pick No. 13.

"GM Ryan McDonough needs to upgrade on the wing from Marcus Morris, and loves to add high-character guys," Goodman says. "Dekker gives him an athletic wing with size who could run with Eric Bledsoe."

With the very next pick, No. 14, Goodman has Frank Kaminsky heading to the Oklahoma City Thunder.

"GM Sam Presti can afford to go with the best player on the board, and the skilled 7-footer, the national player of the year, is just that," Goodman says. "He can play the 4 or the 5, and would be an ideal piece for OKC."

He does not list any second round selections, but there are several other Big Ten players who are expected to be picked in the later portion of the draft.

Here is a list of other former Big Ten stars who could also be picked in this year's NBA Draft.

Other Big Ten players to consider: Dez Wells (Maryland), Branden Dawson (Michigan State), Travis Trice (Michigan State), D.J. Newbill (Penn State), Aaron White (Iowa), Rayvonte Rice (Illinois), Terran Petteway (Nebraska).