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Draymond Green Gives High Praise For Oakland's Kay Felder, Says He'll "Destroy" Every PG At NBA Combine

Kay Felder is the shortest player at the 2016 NBA Combine, but the 5-foot-8 point guard has the support of one of the league's best players. 

Former Michigan State star Draymond Green, who was also believed to be undersized heading into the draft, thinks the former Oakland (Mich.) guard is the best point guard at the combine. 

Green and Felder are both from Michigan. 

">@RidicUpside: Kay Felder has done a nice job of being tenacious in these final minutes.

— Draymond Green (@Money23Green)

Will destroy ever PG there! RT @RidicUpside: Kay Felder has done a nice job of being tenacious in these final minutes.

— Draymond Green (@Money23Green) May 12, 2016

">May 12, 2016

">@RidicUpside: Kay Felder is just looking tenacious on Cat Barber. Great chance for Kay to ... https://t.co/lwLhHl7zkn

— Draymond Green (@Money23Green)

Killa K!!!! RT @RidicUpside: Kay Felder is just looking tenacious on Cat Barber. Great chance for Kay to ... https://t.co/lwLhHl7zkn

— Draymond Green (@Money23Green) May 12, 2016

">May 12, 2016

Felder officially measured in at 5'8.25". He was one of two players to measure under six feet. 

">May 11, 2016

Felder averaged 24.4 points, 9.3 assists and 4.3 rebounds a game in 2015-16. 

Some NBA analysts believe he could sneak into the first round, though most view him as a second-round prospect. 

The NBA Draft is set to take place on June 23 in Brooklyn.