Langlois: I’d take Kanter over Biyombo and I suspect pretty much every GM in the league would, too. Kanter put up 32 points and 13 boards at the 2010 Nike Hoop Summit and Biyombo, a year later at the same event, had 12 points, 11 boards and 10 blocks. Each has a question mark hanging over his head: Kanter didn’t play this year while the NCAA dithered over his eligibility; no one is really sure how old Biyombo is, but there is widespread skepticism that he’s really the 18 his paper work asserts. People can work out Kanter and ease their concerns about his year of inactivity, but there’s not a lot that can dispel doubts about Biyombo’s age. If I had to guess where Kanter would go right now, I’d guess No. 3 – with a chance he could go No. 2. I don’t see much likelihood that the Pistons would get the chance to draft Kanter if they don’t get a top-three pick.