1. Nikola Vucevic - Vucevic measured in with the best body in the draft at 6'11.75" and 260 lbs with a wingspan of 7'4.5" and a body fat of 6.1%. After his big season for the Trojans last year (where he had his best games against the toughest teams) Vucevic may very well sneak into the lottery.
2. Kawhi Leonard - A wingspan of 7'3" with a standing reach of 8'10" for a 6'7" small forward. He also had 5% body fat and the largest hands in the draft. This guy was getting a lot of lottery buzz based on his motor and NBA body so delivering on the measurables was a must for him to keep his spot. He more than delivered.
3. Marshon Brooks - Adequate size for an NBA shooting gaurd at 6'5.25" but has a huge wingspan at 7'1" and measured at 5.2% body fat. These kinds of measurements are the kinds of things that push a early second rounder into the end of the first. My guess is that when scouts look at what he did against Big East competition, his spot in the first round will be cemented.
4. Enes Kanter - There was talk leading up to the combine that maybe Kanter wasn't as tall as people thought. The Turkish wild card dispelled those doubts by measuring 6'11.25" with a standing reach of 9'1.5"
1. Jimmer Fredette - Nobody expected Jimmer to be extremely impressive but he measured smaller than Kyrie Irving, Cory Joseph, Shelvin Mack, E'twuan Moore, Josh Selby, and Nolan Smith.
2. Jeremy Tyler - It may be a stretch to say that the guy with the largest wingspan was a loser but it's always been Tyler's drive and not his talent that worries scouts and measuring at 13.4% body fat (second highest in the combine) isn't going to win him many fans.
3. Trey Thompkins - Nobody doubts Thompkins' skill set but his measured 15.5% body fat combined with his tendency to disappear from games at Georgia has to have scouts worried whether he has NBA mettle.