NBA scouts' Final Four reaction

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INDIANAPOLIS -- The 2015 Final Four was loaded with NBA prospects. In fact, one NBA general manager told ESPN that if everyone who played Saturday made themselves available for this year's NBA draft, 14 could be drafted overall -- and 10 could be selected in the first round.

We spoke to a handful of NBA scouts and executives after their performances to find out who helped themselves, and who didn't, during Saturday's action:

Karl-Anthony Towns, Kentucky (No. 1 in Jeff Goodman Mock Draft 3.0)

"[Kentucky coach John] Calipari needed to get the ball to him more. The guy was having his way when the ball found him in the post. He's so long and versatile, but he doesn't force anything. I didn't think he played his best game, but he's still either the first or second pick."

"I thought he was average. Nothing special. He was good on the offensive glass, but other than that he cannot command a double-team."