NBA Draft 2013 rankings: Several Wolverines, Spartans make CBS Sports' top 101 list

Brian Spurlock-US PRESSWIRE

Several Michigan Wolverines and Michigan State Spartans are among the top 101 prospects for the 2013 NBA Draft.

Three Michigan Wolverines and four Michigan State Spartans are listed among the top 101 prospects for the 2013 NBA Draft according to Jeff Goodman of CBS Sports.

Michigan sophomore point guard Trey Burke is the highest ranked prospect from either team, coming in at No. 41. Wolverines junior guard Tim Hardaway Jr. is ranked No. 73 and freshman Glenn Robinson comes in at No. 82.

Spartans junior Adreian Payne is No. 57 on the list, sophomore Branden Dawson comes in at No. 64, junior Keith Appling is No. 81, and freshman Gary Harris is ranked No. 84.

Indiana Hoosiers sophomore center Cody Zeller is the top-ranked prospect, with Kentucky Wildcats freshman Nerlens Noel coming in at No. 2. Kentucky has the most players on the list with five.

Last year, Michigan State's Draymond Green was the only player to be drafted from either the Wolverines or Spartans. He was selected with the 35th pick of the 2012 NBA Draft.

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