Rivers is expected to be a mid-first round selection, with DraftExpress ranking him as the No. 18 draft prospect in the world.
Though Rivers arrived at Duke as the nation's top recruit and paced a top-10 team in scoring during the 2012 NCAA season, he struggled at times during his freshman year to adapt to the college game. A talented scorer with a lightning-quick first step, Rivers scored a lot of points for Duke but occasionally did so inefficiently, shooting just 43.3 percent from the field.
Considering that Rivers is projected to be selected in the middle of the first round, it's not out of the question for him to be drafted by the Boston Celtics, who are coached by Rivers' father, Doc.