An NBA draft steal is a player who's producing more value than their draft position suggests they should.
Outside of the first 10 players selected in the 2012 NBA draft, we haven't really seen many big-time players. A lot of that has to do with these players not getting an opportunity yet.
But some rookies have shown flashes of their potential in limited roles, while others have found ways to contribute regular production.
And for the record, Alexey Shved went undrafted in the 2010 NBA draft, so he wasn't eligible for this particular list. The Minnesota Timberwolves signed him as a free agent this summer.