Luke Babbitt, SF, Nevada
→Babbitt can score in numerous ways and will be needed to in Toronto.
Solomon Alabi, C, Florida State
→Who better for Alabi to learn under than Yao Ming?
James Anderson, SG, Oklahoma State
→Backcourt combo of Brandon Jennings and Anderson could be deadly.
Avery Bradley, SG, Texas
→Can he play alongside Jonny Flynn?
Paul George, SF, Fresno State
→Future sign-and-trade bait for Cleveland to surrender LeBron?
Eric Bledsoe, PG, Kentucky
→Overshadowed by Wall all season, Bledsoe is an explosive point guard in his own right who could team extremely well with Dwyane Wade.
Quincy Pondexter, SF, Washington
→Celtics might have one final run in them, and Pondexter is experienced enough to help.
→20. San Antonio:
Patrick Patterson, PF, Kentucky
→Polished, versatile forward could help in the frontcourt and fit in nicely with the team-first concept.
→21. Oklahoma City:
Larry Sanders, PF, Virgina Commonwealth
→A long, lanky forward who could complement OKC's fast-break game perfectly.
Daniel Orton, C, Kentucky
→You'd think the Blazers learned their lessons taking a gamble on bad knees.
Hassan Whiteside, C, Marshall
→Eye-popping 5.4 blocks per game as a freshman says he's too talented to slip further.
Elliot Williams, SG, Memphis
→Insurance if (when) Joe Johnson bolts.
Armon Johnson, PG, Nevada
→Johnson should be a very capable backup for Mike Conley.
→26. Oklahoma City:
Kevin Seraphin, PF, France
→Think Serge Ibaka. The Thunder could let him develop overseas and have another gem.
→27. New Jersey:
Damion James, SF, Texas
→Nets need some defensive toughness.
Craig Brackins, PF, Iowa State
→Zach Randolph already is wearing out his stay. Brackins could slide in seamlessly.
Terrico White, SG, Mississippi
→Magic need a promising young wing player to complement Dwight Howard.
Jordan Crawford, SG, Xavier
→His athleticism will allow him to fill the lane alongside Wall and finish strong at the rim.