Bleacher Report has listed out their top 50 list of 'Draft Worthy' prospects and Jarrett Culver lands on the list at a respectable 16th.

Here is the write-up from the list:

An athletic 6'5" 2-guard, Culver was an efficient spot-up scorer, knocking down 45.2 percent of his non-dribble jumpers and converting 10 of 19 catch-and-drive opportunities. With Keenan Evans and Zhaire Smith gone, Culver should move into a featured role. We'll find out soon if he improved on the ball after ranking in the 12th percentile out of isolation and 32nd percentile as a pick-and-roll ball-handler. Regardless, his tools, athleticism, shooting and defense should keep him relevant in the draft discussion.

No arguments here on the bullet points, and how awesome will it be to have NBA first-round draft picks leaving from Texas Tech in back to back years?

The Lubbock Native Jarrett Culver is the second highest ranked Big 12 player behind the Freshman Quentin Grimes from Kansas.

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