2011 2nd Round

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#TeamPlayerUpdated 6/22/11Comp
31HeatDarius MorrisPG – Michigan – 6-4 – Very nice size for the PG position. Morris is a good ball handler with superior court vision and play-making ability. Not an elite shooter but keeps the defense honest.Andre Miller
32CavsJeremy TaylorPF – USA – 6-10 – Big, talented but wayward youngster will have a lot to prove to NBA scouts after a disappointing performance playing in Europe. Ultimately his size and ability will win over doubters and someone will make him a first or early second round pick.Andray Blatche
33PistonsCory JosephPG – Texas – 6-3 – Nice lead guard prospect who has a well rounded game and enough athleticism to be considered a high level prospect. Surprised to see him leaving Texas after one year but should be a first rounder due to his upside and natural talents.poor man’s Russell Westbrook
34WizardsJustin HarperPF – Richmond – 6-10 – Versatile forward who is a great shooter for a 6,10 player. Hits about 47 percent of his threes. Also a good rebounder and decent shot blocker.Robert Horry
35KingsNikola MiroticPF – Int. – 6-10 – Versatile game for a 6,10 player with good outside shot and skill set.
36NetsKeith BensonC – Oakland – 6-11 – Lanky, tall and long-armed center. Has good timing to block shots and can protect above the rim. Quick up and down the court and does a good job of rebounding despite his skinny frame. Projects as a back up, developing into a starter down the road.Steven Hunter/Samuel Dalembert
37ClippersJordan WilliamsPF – Maryland – 6-10 – Beastly rebounder and imposing presence on the interior. Williams averages around 13 rebounds a game and is becoming a quicker and more powerful jumper every month. He’ll never be a top notch athlete but for someone with his size and strength his game should translate well to the next level. His conditioning and free throwing need to be improved.Al Jefferson
38RocketsDavis BertansPF – Latvia – 6-9 – Appears to be quite a few years away from being ready to contribute to an NBA team but I wouldn’t be surprised to see him get drafted in the second round and kept overseas for the next few years. Developing a very nice outside jumper and good handle for a 6-9 player.poor man’s Peja
39BobcatsNolan SmithPG – Duke – 6-3 – Steady point guard who has improved his outside shooting tremendously to complement his penetration skills. Can get his own shot off or get to the rim and draw fouls. Good defender with quick feet and quick hands.Juan Dixon
40BucksTravis LeslieSG – FROM – 6- – Explosive leaper and dunker who has rounded out his game well over the past few seasons and is looking like a legit NBA player, not just an athlete. Needs work on his shooting and still learning the game but plays above the rim in a way that few can.JR Smith
41LakersCharles JenkinsPG – Hofstra – 6-3 – Excellent shooter and scorer who can get into the lane or drain deep jumpers. Would have more value as a true point guard but is more of scoring guard at this point.Keyon Dooling
42PacersChandler ParsonsSF – Florida – 6-9 – Do-it-all forward who hits clutch shots and makes big plays. A bit underwhelming athletically, not very fast or strong but has good skills and an outside chance at making it.poor man’s Mike Dunleavy
43WarriorsShelvin MackPG – Butler – 6-3 – Comes to play when it matters and hits tons of huge shots. Not the quickest player but runs the team well and makes plays.Jordan Farmar
44BullsAndrew GoudelockPG – Charleston – 6-2 – Heady point guard with excellent shooting range and playmaking abilities. Coming on strong in the post season workouts.Toney Douglas
45HornetsNorris ColePG – Cleveland State – 6-2 – Cole has developed into a true point guard with the skills to set up the offense and run a team. Plays well in the half court and transition game. Improving jumper but still has work to do in this aspect of his game.Derrick Fisher
46LakersJon LeuerPF – Wisconcin – 6-10 – Good outside shooter but may be too slow to function in the NBA. Not very strong or quick and will strong to guard at the next level. Intriguing due to his height and three point shooting ability.Matt Bonner
47ClippersVernon MacklinPF – Florida – 6-9 – A strong and powerful athlete who can play defense and rebound well enough to get a long look from NBA scouts. Macklin has a limited offensive game at this point and does not look particularly comfortable with the ball in his hands.Almost Nazr Mohammed
48HawksJereme RichmondSF – Illinois – 6-7 – Has entered his name into the draft to test the waters. Should stay in school for another year.Josh Howard
49GrizzliesDemetri McCameyPG – Illinois – 6-3 – Very quick ball handler who has prototype size and speed for the NBA. Is a pretty good shooter from college three point range and has an excellent pull up and fade away jumper. His strength is penetrating and dishing and he makes his teammates better. Strong, thick upper body with great quickness. An assist waiting to happen.poor man’s Stephon Marbury
5076ersMathew Bryan-AmaningPF – Washington – 6-9 – All around player who is a long athlete who can get up and down the floor. Does all the little things to help the team win.Sheldon Williams
51BlazersRavern JohnsonSG – Miss. State – 6-7 – Lanky guard who loves to bomb deep threes and take it to the rim. Needs to gain a better understanding of the game and involve his teammates more but he has intriguing length for a guard.Rasual Butler
52NuggetsMalcolm LeeSG – UCLA – 6-5 – A long armed athletic 2 guard with a very good handle and quickness with the dribble. He seems to be just starting to reach his potential and could be a good find if he lasts to the second round.Nick Young
53MagicE-Twaun MooreSG – Purdue – 6-4 – Senior guard is having a big year and looks like a first guard off the bench type of NBA player.George Hill
54CavsMalcolm ThomasPF – San Diego State – 6-9 – Very long and quick power forward who gets off the floor quickly for rebounds and blocks.
55CelticsGreg SmithC – Fresno State – 6-10 – Solid Power Forward prospect whose could size and strength make him a good rebounder, defender and potential offensive post player.PJ Brown
56LakersRick JacksonPF – Syracuse – 6-10 – Powerful player who can muscle his way to success against college foes but might have trouble keeping up with the speed of the NBA game.poor man’s Charles Oakley
57MavsWillie ReedPF – St Louis- 6-9 – Late bloomer with an NBA body but off the court issues could keep him from ever reaching his potential.Darrell Arthur
58LakersCam LongSG – George Mason – 6-4 – Nice shooting guard prospect who can score off the bounce or spot up jumpers. Good all around player who doesn’t stand out in one area of the game but can do it all.Tony Allen
59SpursDavid LightySG – Ohio State – 6-4 – Solid senior guard who is a good all around player and has been part of a lot of success at Ohio St. Well rounded player but not great at any one aspect of the game.Mardy Collins
60KingsMatt HowardPF – Butler – 6-8 – Overachiever and winner who doesn’t look like an NBA player but when he’s on the court he makes a ton of plays and wins games. Becoming a good outside shooter to compliment his post up skills. Tweener.Ryan Humphrey
   On the Bubble 
  Jamie SkeenPF – VCU – 6-8 – Great NCAA tournament has put Skeen on the draft radar. Projects as a bit of a tweener at the next level but has a nice outside shot to go with strong post moves.poor man’s Antoine Walker
  Jon DieblerSG – Ohio State – 6-6 – Lethal shooter from three point range. Not a great athlete and doesn’t score much off the dribble but could become a good three point specialist in the league.
  Sam MuldrowPF – South Carolina – 6-9
  Cory HigginsSG – Colorado – 6-4 – Somewhat overshadowed by teammate Alec Burks but Higgins is a good combo guard in his own right.Rudy Ferdnandez
  Isaiah ThomasPG – Washington – 5-8 – Pint sized point guard who is very quick and highly skilled but it is tough to see him making it in the NBA due to his size.
  Austin FreemanSG – Georgetown – 6-4
  Jeremy GreenSG – Standford – 6-4
  DeAndre LigginsSF – Kentucky – 6-7 
  Chris WrightSF – Dayton – 6-8 – Elite level athlete who can jump out of the gym and explode for dunks and rebounds. Great body for the SF position but has the ball skills of a center. If he can develop his dribble and shooting skills he would have a chance to do big things.Shawne Williams
  Scotty HopsonSF – Tennessee – 6-7 – Versatile small forward who can handle the ball a bit and get into the lane off the dribble. Good length and athleticism. Improving outside game.
  Durrell SummersSG – Michigan State – 6-5 – Very good athlete who is inconsistant with his jumper and disappears too often. Another year in school will be good for him and he could develop nicely.Maurice Ager
  Brad WanamakerSG – Pittsburgh – 6-4
  Gary FlowersSF – So. Mississippi – 6-8 –
  Mark PayneSG – UC Davis – 6-7
  Justin BrownleeSF – St. Johns – 6-7 – Rock solid forward who is developing his offensive game. Not an elite athlete and has limited upside.
  Justin HurttSG – Tulsa – 6-4
  Jamine PetersonPF – NA – 6-6 – Wide-bodied and powerful player who also has very good ball skills and shooting ability for a big guy. At 6,6 he is undersized for the PF position but he has a versatile game and surprised quickness, hops and skills.
  Lavoy AllenPF – Temple – 6-9 – Projects as a reserve power forward and someone who can defend the interior and rebound. Not overly explosive but solid and developing fundamentals.Hilton Armstrong
  Jeremy HazellSGSeton Hall- 6-5 – Very good three point shooter but not great at taking it to the rim. Needs to add muscle to help his drives to the rim and help him become a stronger defender and rebounder. Average athleticism.skinny Wesley Mathews
  LaceDarius DunnSG – Baylor – 6-4 – Explosive scorer and fierce competitor who can fill it up from anywhere on the court. A scorer who projects as a starting 2 guard but probably not a first option.Cuttino Mobley
  Jacob PullenPG – Kansas State – 6-0 – Senior guard who knows how to win and is a true leader on the court. Hits big shots and handles pressure well. A little bit undersized for the pro game and lacking elite quickness but has a chance to stick with a club.Greg Anthony
  Julyan StonePG – UTEP – 6-6 – Combo guard who is more of a natural point but in a shooting guards body. Good distributor and runs the offense well. Average athleticism and quickness.
  Cory FisherPG – Villanova – 6-1 – Undersized shooting guard who seems to have peaked in college. Good all around player but probably not NBA material.