June 4, 2014 at 11:15 pm

MSU's Harris and Payne, U-M's Stauskas and McGary on Ford's top-30 Big Board

Adreian Payne might climb his way into the top 10 in the NBA draft on June 26. (David Guralnick / Detroit News)

Michigan State guard Gary Harris held his No. 10 spot on the 11th edition of Chad Ford's Big Board at ESPN.com on Wednesday.

Michigan guard Nik Stauskas' position (No. 11) also remained unchanged from Ford's previous Big Board on May 20.

The Big Board is an evaluation of NBA potential; players are ranked irrespective of the draft position of NBA teams.

Kentucky forward James Young of Rochester is No. 16, MSU forward Adreian Payne is No. 17 and Michigan forward Mitch McGary is No. 30.

Ford on Payne: "Payne has finally recovered from his bout with mono and is scheduled to begin workouts this week, starting in L.A. He's a unique prospect because he's poised to help a team right now, but many scouts believe he still has upside because he's been late bloomer. For teams looking for a stretch 4, Payne is probably the second-best option after Vonleh. He's getting looks as high as the Lakers at No. 7."

And McGary: "As long as doctors are OK with the long-term prognosis on his back, I think he sneaks into the late first round. Teams starting with the Thunder at No. 21 through the rest of the first round could all use another big like McGary."

Michigan forward Glenn Robinson III is listed among Ford's "next five in."

Here's the complete Big Board (pay site).