While it's definitely too early to conduct a redraft--at most teams have played four games and only 26 of the 60 drafted rookies have recorded a minute, first overall pick Anthony Bennett's abysmal play (0-15 with 7 fouls) and 11 overall pick Michael Carter-Williams exceptional 20 pts, 8 assists, 3.3 steals, and 5 rebounds line merit consideration of a redraft. Based solely on PER the top picks would be Kelly (who doesn't really count as he really just had an effective 3 minutes) Carter-Williams, Solomon Hill, Caldwell-Pope, McLemore, Steven Adams, and Oladipo. The bottom are: Gobert, Bennett, Crabbe, Muhammad, Dieng and Snell. Of this latter group, only Gobert and Bennett have more than 17 minutes of playing time. Note that with 15 representing the league average PER, only five rookies are performing above average after one week.