In the minds of most pundits, the draft stock of Tyler Ennis has been slipping since SU's unceremonious loss to Dayton in the NCAA Tournament. He's not a workout warrior, he's a basketball player, and with his last real game action a few months in the rearview mirror it's hard for some people to remember how impressive his freshman season in Syracuse was.
But there are apparently still some people who think highly enough of Tyler to place him among the top 20 or so prospects available in next week's NBA Draft. That's evidenced by his inclusion on the list of players invited to attend the draft in Brooklyn and sit in the Green Room.
— Adam Zagoria (@AdamZagoria) June 20, 2014
Ennis will probably come off the board somewhere in the teens, or perhaps even at number 20 (in a homecoming of sorts) to the league's only Canadian team in Toronto.