If size doesn't matter, then I'd go for Trey Burke, who is probably the best PG in the class of 2013. After him, I have Phil Pressey ranked next. Of course Burke is only 6 foot and Pressey is 5'11". But then Chris Paul is truely only 5'11". I mean if were looking for a 6'5" athletic player that can pass the ball, get to the basket, but struggles with his outside shot, I'd say we already have one of those. And I'm referring to Smart of course. As for Carter-Williams, I have no idea how good a defender he'll be. He's not as athletic as Smart, and he plays for Syracuse, which always plays a zone. I do think that Smart would be a great linebacker though.
As far as Noel is concerned, I'd love to put him next to Cousins. He'd be the perfect pairing, just as Davis would have been last year. I just don't see us having a shot at him. I suspect we'll be drafting somewhere between 7 and 10, and thats why I'm paying attention to Cauley-Stein. Not sure who else might be there just yet. I'll tell you a player that I just love to watch play, and I suspect he may slide into the second round, but more likely he'll be a late first round pick and thats Doug McDermmot from Creighton. Yeah, I know he's not a great athlete. He's to slow and can't jump, but the dude can score on anyone. He's shooting over 50% from the three, and thats not an abberation. Even in the post, where he's only 6'8", he's remarkable with his ability to score on just about anyone. He's also a very good rebounder.
Not sure exactly what position he'll play in the NBA, but I guarantee you he'll play in the NBA. I'll tell you this, if he's sitting there when I pick in the second round, I'm taking him in a heartbeat. I'll figure out the rest later. The kid has outstanding BBIQ. Probably because his father is the coach.