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Elias Harris projected in 1st Round of 2010 Draft

Elias Harris is really starting to impress people.  It was only a week ago I posted that he popped up in a 2011 NBA mock draft.  NBADraft.net had him going late in the middle of the first round, which I thought was accurate.  There are certainly parts of Harris' game that need work. 

To my dismay, the fine people at NBADraft.net have updated their 2010 mock draft to look like this.  With the week that Elias has had, it is no surprise that his stock jumped that much, but as a Gonzaga fan it is a bit scary to see.  Hopefully Elias will stick around, but if he keeps playing this well, his stock will rise even higher.  When you hear first round rumors for three solid months, that is more than enough to convince one to take the money and run. 

On a pleasant note, Matt Bouldin made a return to the mock draft!  So what if he is the 2nd last pick, he should get a shot!  This is the first time I have seen Matt's name in a mock draft for quite some time, and it's good to see that people are starting to acknowledge how well he is playing right now.

Do you think that Elias is one and done?

This post does not reflect the views of the blog authors or SB Nation.

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