At 18 years old Archie Goodwin was the youngest player taken in the 2013 NBA Draft. He was taken with the 29th pick of the first round by the Oklahoma City Thunder and later traded to the Golden State Warriors and then the Phoenix Suns. He's a big part of the rebuilding project going on in Phoenix as they look to develop young talent and acquire ping pong balls for the 2014 lottery.

While Goodwin was a decorated Arkansas basketball prospect he didn't exactly light up the scoreboard in his one season at the University of Kentucky. Because of this and the thoughts that he was a raw combo guard Goodwin slipped in the draft and nearly slipped out of the first round completely. He won't forget that fact and if you're a team that passed on him he plans on not letting you forget it either. He plans on giving "hell" to those teams that decided he wasn't for them. Via Tzvi Twersky at SLAM Magazine:

After a so-so freshman season on an underachieving University of Kentucky team ended with him sliding to No. 29 in the 2013 NBA Draft Phoenix Suns guard Archie Goodwin has a simple message for the League:

“It would have been great to have been drafted where I thought I should have been” Goodwin told SLAM during last week's Panini photo shoot portion of the Rookie Transition Program. “Now every team that didn't pick me I've got to give them hell.”

“I know a lot of guys in this [Draft] class are not better than me” said Goodwin. “I'm blessed to even be here but to see how far I slid down—it was a surprise. Every game I go into I'm showing every team that didn't pick me that they made a mistake.”