Otto Porter Jr. probably isn't the best player in this year's NBA draft, but given his versatility, he may just be the player that will have the fastest impact on the league.

For teams selecting in the top five that already have a lot of young talent and are looking to turn the proverbial corner, Porter's NBA-ready game makes him a very valuable addition.

On Monday, Porter announced he would be entering this year's draft, as expected. From ESPN:

All-American Otto Porter Jr. is leaving Georgetown after his sophomore season and declaring himself eligible for the NBA draft.

"The toughest part was knowing you're going to leave a great place like this," Porter said Monday at a news conference on campus alongside Hoyas coach John Thompson III. "I love this place."

Porter, ranked fourth overall by's Chad Ford among draft prospects, was the Big East player of the year and finished second in the voting behind Michigan's Trey Burke for The Associated Press player of the year award.

Porter will do a little bit of everything for teams. He can score on the block, has a great mid-range game and added a three to his repertoire this season, shooting 42.2 percent from beyond the arc.

He'll bang the boards, run in transition and play solid defense against more than one position. He's a small forward, but if a team is using a small lineup, he could play some 4.