2012 NBA Mock Draft Eligibility Deadline: Official 2-Round Mock Draft

Adam FromalNational NBA Featured ColumnistApril 30, 2012

2012 NBA Mock Draft Eligibility Deadline: Official 2-Round Mock Draft

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    Now that the NBA's early entry eligibility deadline has come and gone, we're a month away from the NBA draft lottery. It's time for another mock of the 2012 NBA draft. 

    Looking at not just one round, but rather all 60 picks of the draft, this is a preview of whom all 30 teams in the NBA will end up taking. 

    As for the theme of this mock, well, this time we're taking a look at each prospect's biggest weakness. These are the things they need to improve upon if they're going to outshine their draft spot. 

    Read on for the mock. 

1. Charlotte Bobcats: Anthony Davis

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    School: Kentucky

    Position: PF/C

    Year: Freshman

    Vitals: 6'10", 220 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 14.3 points, 10.0 rebounds, 0.9 assists

     

    For Anthony Davis to live up to his Hall of Fame ceiling, he's going to have to continue to work on his arsenal of post moves, even though they are already quite advanced for a freshman who recently switched to a bigger position. 

2. Washington Wizards: Michael Kidd-Gilchrist

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    School: Kentucky

    Position: SF

    Year: Freshman

    Vitals: 6'7", 232 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 11.8 points, 7.6 rebounds, 2.0 assists

     

    Michael Kidd-Gilchrist is deadly in transition, but he needs to develop a consistent jump shot in order to become a more dangerous offensive player and complement his ability to get to the rim. 

3. Cleveland Cavaliers: Bradley Beal

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    School: Florida

    Position: SG

    Year: Freshman

    Vitals: 6'3", 207 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 14.6 points, 6.5 rebounds, 2.2 assists

     

    Bradley Beal's all-around offensive game is solid enough. He just needs to capitalize on his intelligence and physical tools to become a more consistent defender. 

4. New Orleans Hornets: Thomas Robinson

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    School: Kansas

    Position: PF

    Year: Junior

    Vitals: 6'10", 237 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 17.9 points, 11.8 rebounds, 1.9 assists

     

    Big, strong and athletic, Thomas Robinson is well on his way to being a solid offensive player, but it would be nice to see him improve his passing skills significantly. 

5. Sacramento Kings: Andre Drummond

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    School: Connecticut

    Position: PF/C

    Year: Freshman

    Vitals: 6'10", 270 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 10.2 points, 7.7 rebounds, 0.5 assists

     

    Andre Drummond has all the tools necessary to be great, but it's impossible to single out one thing to improve upon, seeing as he's a complete work in progress. 

6. Portland Trail Blazers: Jared Sullinger

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    School: Ohio State

    Position: PF

    Year: Sophomore

    Vitals: 6'9", 265 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 17.6 points, 9.3 rebounds, 1.2 assists

     

    Jared Sullinger's downsides have been quite well publicized: struggles against length and lack of conditioning. 

7. Golden State Warriors: Harrison Barnes

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    School: North Carolina

    Position: SF

    Year: Sophomore

    Vitals: 6'8", 215 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 17.4 points, 5.2 rebounds, 1.0 assists

     

    If Harrison Barnes is going to be successful at the next level, he'll have to improve his ability to create his own shots instead of relying on his teammates passing to set him up every time. 

8. Toronto Raptors: John Henson

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    School: North Carolina

    Position: PF/C

    Year: Junior

    Vitals: 6'11", 220 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 13.8 points, 10.1 rebounds, 1.3 assists

     

    John Henson is a terrific defensive player who needs to keep working on all facets of his offensive game. 

9. Detroit Pistons: Perry Jones III

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    School: Baylor

    Position: PF

    Year: Sophomore

    Vitals: 6'11", 235 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 14.0 points, 7.7 rebounds, 1.3 assists

     

    It's all about consistency for Perry Jones III, who enjoyed stretches of brilliance at Baylor but followed them up with stretches of middle school JV basketball. 

10. New Orleans Hornets: Jeremy Lamb

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    School: Connecticut

    Position: SG/SF

    Year: Sophomore

    Vitals: 6'5", 180 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 17.7 points, 4.9 rebounds, 1.7 assists

     

    Jeremy Lamb needs to add strength to his frame so that he can both bang around with big NBA players and have the confidence to drive and get to the free-throw line more often. 

11. Portland Trail Blazers: Damian Lillard

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    School: Weber State

    Position: PG/SG

    Year: Senior

    Vitals: 6'3", 195 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 24.5 points, 5.1 rebounds, 4.0 assists

     

    Damian Lillard simply needs to work on his comfort level when distributing the ball, particularly when he's not driving into the lane and kicking the ball out to open perimeter players. 

12. Milwaukee Bucks: Tyler Zeller

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    School: North Carolina

    Position: PF/C

    Year: Senior

    Vitals: 7'0", 250 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 16.5 points, 9.3 rebounds, 1.0 assists

     

    An intelligent, fundamental, hard-working player, Tyler Zeller just needs to get significantly stronger if he's going to enjoy the same level of success he had while with North Carolina. 

13. Phoenix Suns: Kendall Marshall

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    School: North Carolina

    Position: PG

    Year: Sophomore

    Vitals: 6'4", 195 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 7.8 points, 2.6 rebounds, 9.7 assists

     

    As good as Kendall Marshall is at passing, he's not going to be able to justify a spot on the court if he can't improve his ability to score and play defense. 

14. Houston Rockets: Meyers Leonard

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    School: Illinois

    Position: C

    Year: Sophomore

    Vitals: 7'1", 245 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 13.6 points, 8.2 rebounds, 1.3 assists

     

    Much like Andre Drummond, Meyers Leonard is considered a potential lottery pick because of his body and potential, not because of the skills that clearly need work. 

15. Philadelphia 76ers: Terrence Jones

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    School: Kentucky

    Position: SF/PF

    Year: Sophomore

    Vitals: 6'9", 252 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 12.5 points, 7.0 rebounds, 1.3 assists

     

    Although I was impressed by Terrence Jones developing offensive moves during his sophomore season, I would like to see him develop a few more that involve driving to the right instead of the left. 

16. Houston Rockets: Quincy Miller

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    School: Baylor

    Position: SF

    Year: Freshman

    Vitals: 6'9", 200 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 10.6 points, 4.9 rebounds, 1.4 assists

     

    When you're 6'9" and only 200 pounds, it's time to hit the weight room. 

17. Dallas Mavericks: Austin Rivers

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    School: Duke

    Position: PG/SG

    Year: Freshman

    Vitals: 6'4", 200 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 15.4 points, 3.4 rebounds, 2.1 assists

     

    As almost everyone knows by now, Austin Rivers is a gifted shot creator who needs to work on his decision making and control. 

18. Minnesota Timberwolves: Terrence Ross

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    School: Washington

    Position: SG/SF

    Year: Sophomore

    Vitals: 6'6", 195 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 15.3 points, 6.5 rebounds, 1.4 assists

     

    Terrence Ross is a scary enough offensive player as he is, but he'd be incredibly dangerous if he could get to the rim off the dribble. 

19. Orlando Magic: Marquis Teague

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    School: Kentucky

    Position: PG

    Year: Freshman

    Vitals: 6'2", 189 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 9.4 points, 2.5 rebounds, 4.8 assists

     

    Marquis Teague improved a good bit during his freshman season, but he could still stand to play more under control. 

20. Denver Nuggets: Tony Wroten

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    School: Washington

    Position: PG/SG

    Year: Freshman

    Vitals: 6'5", 205 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 16.7 points, 5.0 rebounds, 3.6 assists

     

    If Tony Wroten had anything that even resembled a jump shot, he'd be a potential top-five pick. 

21. Boston Celtics: Jeffery Taylor

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    School: Vanderbilt

    Position: SF

    Year: Senior

    Vitals: 6'7", 225 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 16.4 points, 5.8 rebounds, 1.8 assists

     

    If only Jeffery Taylor's basketball skills could catch up to his insane athleticism...

22. Boston Celtics: Royce White

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    School: Iowa State

    Position: No Idea (but really SF/PF)

    Year: Sophomore

    Vitals: 6'8", 270 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 13.1 points, 9.2 rebounds, 5.1 assists

     

    As versatile and skilled as he may be, Royce White needs to improve his conditioning in order to make it through the rigorous NBA season. 

23. Atlanta Hawks: Moe Harkless

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    School: St. John's

    Position: SG/SF

    Year: Freshman

    Vitals: 6'8", 208 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 15.3 points, 8.6 rebounds, 1.4 assists

     

    Moe Harkless is a top-notch transition player and a great thief on defense, but his ability to grow as a half-court offensive player is going to be crucial to his success at the next level. 

24. Cleveland Cavaliers: Arnett Moultrie

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    School: Mississippi State

    Position: PF/C

    Year: Junior

    Vitals: 6'11", 230 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 15.8 points, 10.6 rebounds, 1.1 assists

     

    It's all about mentality for Arnett Moultrie. 

25. Memphis Grizzlies: Dion Waiters

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    School: Syracuse

    Position: PG/SG

    Year: Sophomore

    Vitals: 6'4", 215 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 12.6 points, 2.3 rebounds, 2.6 assists

     

    Dion Waiters has all the tools necessary to be a great defender at the next level, but he needs to piece them all together on a more consistent basis. 

26. Indiana Pacers: Evan Fournier

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    Team: Poitiers

    Position: SG/SF

    Age: 19

    Vitals: 6'7", 206 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 13.4 points, 3.3 rebounds, 2.2 assists (In Pro A France)

     

    Evan Fournier is a smooth offensive player, but he's almost a little too tentative sometimes. Confidence and aggressiveness would be great tools for him to have at the sport's highest level. 

27. Miami Heat: Fab Melo

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    School: Syracuse

    Position: C

    Year: Sophomore

    Vitals: 7'0", 255 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 7.8 points, 5.8 rebounds, 0.7 assists

     

    Fab Melo is a tremendous defensive prospect, which means he obviously needs to just work on his offense to get better. 

28. Oklahoma City Thunder: Draymond Green

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    School: Michigan State

    Position: SF/PF

    Year: Senior

    Vitals: 6'7", 230 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 16.1 points, 10.4 rebounds, 3.6 assists

     

    Draymond Green's versatility and ability to completely run an offense as a forward aren't going to work on a stacked NBA team, meaning he needs to find a niche and stick with it. 

29. Chicago Bulls: Doron Lamb

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    School: Kentucky

    Position: SG

    Year: Sophomore

    Vitals: 6'4", 210 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 13.2 points, 2.9 rebounds, 1.6 assists

     

    Doron Lamb, much like Evan Fournier, sometimes needs to call his own number a little bit more and be willing to take over a game, especially because he has the offensive talent necessary to do so. 

30. Golden State Warriors: Andrew Nicholson

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    School: St. Bonaventure

    Position: PF/C

    Year: Senior

    Vitals: 6'9", 240 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 18.4 points, 8.5 rebounds, 1.0 assists

     

    Andrew Nicholson's range extends to downtown, but it would be nice for him to increase the range on his arsenal of post moves. 

31. Charlotte Bobcats: Darius Miller

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    School: Kentucky

    Position: SF

    Year: Senior

    Vitals: 6'8", 225 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 9.6 points, 2.6 rebounds, 2.1 assists

     

    Darius Miller needs a chance to prove himself more than anything else after thriving in the shadow of DeMarcus Cousins, John Wall, Patrick Patterson, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Doron Lamb and Anthony Davis during his Kentucky career. 

32. Washington Wizards: John Jenkins

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    School: Vanderbilt

    Position: SG

    Year: Sophomore

    Vitals: 6'4", 215 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 19.9 points, 2.8 rebounds, 1.1 assists

     

    John Jenkins may be an otherworldly scorer, but his defensive needs to improve drastically before he's going to be a high-caliber player and not just a sharpshooter off the bench. 

33. Cleveland Cavaliers: Festus Ezeli

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    School: Vanderbilt

    Position: C

    Year: Senior

    Vitals: 6'11", 255 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 10.0 points, 5.5 rebounds, 0.3 assists

     

    I'm not sure Festus Ezeli really has anything that needs drastic improvement. He's a great all-around player without a high ceiling, but he's a fairly safe prospect to take a chance on. 

34. Cleveland Cavaliers: Will Barton

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    School: Memphis

    Position: SG/SF

    Year: Sophomore

    Vitals: 6'6", 175 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 18.1 points, 8.1 rebounds, 3.0 assists

     

    Will Barton doesn't need any improvement in the air, but he certainly does when he's on the floor and not using his insane jumping abilities. 

35. Golden State Warriors: Tyshawn Taylor

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    School: Kansas

    Position: PG

    Year: Senior

    Vitals: 6'3", 185 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 17.3 points, 1.9 rebounds, 4.8 assists

     

    Tyshawn Taylor has great upside, but that's only if he can cut down on the inexplicable turnovers that created such a love-hate relationship with Kansas Jayhawks fans. 

36. Sacramento Kings: Tomas Satoransky

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    Team: Qalat Cajasol

    Position: PG/SG

    Age: 20

    Vitals: 6'7", 210 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 4.9 points, 2.3 rebounds, 1.4 assists (In ACB)

     

    Tomas Satoransky's ability to shoot off the dribble seemed to decline this past season, which is the opposite of what's supposed to be happening with the weakest part of his game. 

37. Toronto Raptors: Orlando Johnson

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    School: UC Santa Barbara

    Position: SG

    Year: Senior

    Vitals: 6'5", 205 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 19.7 points, 5.8 rebounds, 3.0 assists

     

    Orlando Johnson isn't a great dribbler and he has trouble blowing by defenders, so he needs to practice a lot and develop some yo-yo handles if he's going to maintain his prowess on the offensive side of the ball. 

38. Denver Nuggets: Furkan Aldemir

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    Team: Galatasaray

    Position: PF

    Age: 20

    Vitals: 6'9", 220 pounds

    2011-2012 Per-Game Stats: 7.6 points, 6.4 rebounds, 0.8 assists (in Turkish League)

     

    Much like Tristan Thompson this past year, Furkan Aldemir rarely does anything outside of the paint and clearly needs to work on that part of his grade. 

39. Detroit Pistons: Jae Crowder

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    School: Marquette

    Position: SF/PF

    Year: Senior

    Vitals: 6'6", 235 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 17.4 points, 8.1 rebounds, 2.1 assists

     

    Jae Crowder is very much a tweener right now, so in order to have success, he's going to have to increase his abilities to dominate at one of the positions. 

40. Portland Trail Blazers: Kevin Jones

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    School: West Virginia

    Position: PF

    Year: Senior

    Vitals: 6'7", 260 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 20.1 points, 11.1 rebounds, 1.3 assists

     

    Kevin Jones' lack of athleticism may not be something he can just fix, but the West Virginia power forward really needs to do everything he can to at least try. 

41. Portland Trail Blazers: Kevin Murphy

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    School: Tennessee Tech

    Position: SG

    Year: Senior

    Vitals: 6'6", 185 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 21.1 points, 5.3 rebounds, 2.4 assists

     

    One of my favorite underrated prospects in this draft, Kevin Murphy is a prolific scorer who needs to work on his passing so he's not too one-dimensional. 

42. Milwaukee Bucks: Jared Cunningham

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    School: Oregon State

    Position: SG

    Year: Junior

    Vitals: 6'4", 194 pounds

    2011-2012 Per-Game Stats: 17.9 points, 3.8 rebounds, 2.8 assists

     

    Jared Cunningham is another one of those skinny, lanky players who needs to hit the NBA weight room and get stronger quickly. 

43. Atlanta Hawks: Scott Machado

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    School: Iona

    Position: PG

    Year: Senior

    Vitals: 6'1", 180 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 13.5 points, 5.0 rebounds, 9.9 assists

     

    Scott Machado hasn't played much man-to-man defense in half-court sets quite yet and he may not possess the physical tools to do, so he'll need to focus his attentions on that part of the game. 

44. Detroit Pistons: Darius Johnson-Odom

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    School: Marquette

    Position: SG

    Year: Senior

    Vitals: 6'2", 215 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 18.5 points, 3.5 rebounds, 2.8 assists

     

    A little too often, Darius Johnson-Odom puts his head down and drives to the basket with tunnel vision, limiting his focus on the rim and failing to find open teammates or defenders sliding over to take the charge. 

45. Philadelphia 76ers: Drew Gordon

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    School: New Mexico

    Position: PF

    Year: Senior

    Vitals: 6'9", 245 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 13.4 points, 10.9 rebounds, 1.2 assists

     

    A great all-around player with a nose for the boards, Drew Gordon just has to develop a mid-range jumper in order to prove he should've been a first-round pick and not a middle-of-the-second-round one. 

46. Washington Wizards: Marcus Denmon

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    School: Missouri

    Position: SG

    Year: Senior

    Vitals: 6'3", 185 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 17.6 points, 5.1 rebounds, 2.1 assists

     

    Because of his lack of height and size, Marcus Denmon may need to develop some passing skills in order to line up at point guard and earn a spot on the court.

47. Utah Jazz: Alex Young

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    School: IUPUI

    Position: SG/SF

    Year: Senior

    Vitals: 6'6", 212 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 20.4 points, 5.9 rebounds, 1.0 assists

     

    This is kind of a weird combination of skills and weaknesses, but Alex Young can drive with the best of them and gets fouled a lot, but he struggles to finish around the rim. 

48. New York Knicks: William Buford

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    School: Ohio State

    Position: SG

    Year: Senior

    Vitals: 6'6", 220 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 14.7 points, 4.9 rebounds, 2.9 assists

     

    Full of intangibles and technique, for William Buford it's all about improving his consistency.

49. Orlando Magic: Kris Joseph

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    School: Syracuse

    Position: SF

    Year: Senior

    Vitals: 6'7", 215 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 13.8 points, 4.9 rebounds, 1.7 assists

     

    Kris Joseph is a gifted offensive player with a great shot from long-range, but he needs to add a solid pull-up jumper or else he's going to be forced to let other players handle the ball more than he'd like. 

50. Denver Nuggets: Tu Holloway

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    School: Xavier

    Position: PG/SG

    Year: Senior

    Vitals: 6'0", 190 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 17.0 points, 3.7 rebounds, 5.1 assists

     

    Tu Holloway needs to work on his maturity, an issue that was brought to light by the brawl with Cincinnati during the early portion of his senior season. 

51. Boston Celtics: Maalik Wayns

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    School: Villanova

    Position: Point Guard

    Year: Junior

    Vitals: 6'2", 185 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 17.6 points, 3.8 rebounds, 4.6 assists

     

    WIth quickness and creativity on offense, Maalik Wayns is great at getting to the rim, which helps compensate for his lack of perimeter-shooting ability. 

52. Golden State Warriors: Herb Pope

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    School: Seton Hall

    Position: Senior

    Year: PF/C

    Vitals: 6'8", 236 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 15.2 points, 10.3 rebounds, 1.4 assists

     

    Herb Pope is a tremendous talent on the court, but he needs to quickly prove he's not going to be an issue off the court. 

53. Los Angeles Clippers: Kyle O'Quinn

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    Team: Norfolk State

    Position: PF/C

    Year: Senior

    Vitals: 6'10", 240 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 15.9 points, 10.3 rebounds, 1.4 assists

     

    Kyle O'Quinn didn't always face top-notch competition, which is going to make it even more important for him to make good decisions about when to shoot and when to pass while going up against NBA defenders. 

54. Philadelphia 76ers: J'Covan Brown

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    School: Texas

    Position: PG/SG

    Year: Junior

    Vitals: 6'1", 197 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 20.1 points, 3.3 rebounds, 3.8 assists

     

    The only thing J'Covan Brown knows how to do is shoot, so I guess he just needs to learn how to shoot better?

55. Dallas Mavericks: Mike Scott

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    School: Virginia

    Position: PF

    Year: Senior

    Vitals: 6'8", 237 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 18.1 points, 8.4 rebounds, 1.2 assists

     

    After playing in Virginia's ridiculously slow offense for four years, Mike Scott will need to prove he can also thrive in an up-tempo offense. 

56. Toronto Raptors: Dee Bost

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    School: Mississippi State

    Position: PG

    Year: Senior

    Vitals: 6'2", 176 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 15.6 points, 3.3 rebounds, 5.3 assists

     

    Dee Bost tends to get a bit too excited and speed things up to a breakneck pace when he has the ball in his hands. Maintaining his composure is a must at the next level. 

57. New Jersey Nets: JaMychal Green

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    School: Alabama

    Year: Senior

    Position: PF

    Vitals: 6'8", 240 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 14.0 points, 7.4 rebounds, 1.8 assists

     

    JaMychal Green's shooting skills took a step in the wrong direction during his senior season, so he's going to have to remedy that problem or become a limited low-post player who isn't even that effective with his back to the basket. 

58. Minnesota Timberwolves: Kim English

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    School: Missouri

    Position: SG

    Year: Senior

    Vitals: 6'6", 200 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 14.9 points, 4.2 rebounds, 1.6 assists

     

    Kim English is an insanely good spot-up shooter, but if he doesn't catch-and-shoot, he struggles to create his own shot. 

59. San Antonio Spurs: Eric Griffin

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    School: Campbell

    Position: Power forward

    Year: Senior

    Vitals: 6'8", 190 pounds

    2011-2012 Per-Game Stats: 15.7 points, 8.6 rebounds, 1.5 assists

     

    Still a very raw player who's learning how to play with his back to the basket, Eric Griffin needs work in all aspects of the game if he's going to live up to his massive potential. 

60. Los Angeles Lakers: Robbie Hummel

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    School: Purdue

    Year: Senior

    Position: PF

    Vitals: 6'8", 215 pounds

    2011-12 Per-Game Stats: 16.3 points, 7.1 rebounds, 1.9 assists

     

    Robbie Hummel isn't athletic enough or quick enough to stay in front of a lot of opposing forwards, so he's going to have to become incredibly technically sound to play well on that end of the court.