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DeShaun Thomas, Ohio State, 6'7'', SF
DeShaun Thomas has been the man for Ohio State, scoring 24 and 22 points, respectively, in the team's first two NCAA tournament wins. In the second round of the draft, teams can forget that he's a defensive liability. Someone with a lackluster bench will target his ability to create and make shots on the perimeter.
Seth Curry, Duke, 6'2'', SG
Again, Round 2 is a time to ignore the details. Seth Curry dropped 26 points on Albany and came up huge in the second half against Creighton, finishing with 17 points and leading the Blue Devils to the Sweet 16. He's just too good offensively to let a couple of inches kill his NBA dreams.
Solomon Hill, Arizona, 6'7'', SF
Solomon Hill's numbers might not stand out, but the individual plays he's making have. He's shooting lights out and attacking and finishing with authority. He may not have first-round upside, but there's no way 30 teams pass on him twice.
Reggie Bullock, North Carolina, 6'7''
He didn't have his best game against Kansas, but Reggie Bullock has been extremely reliable as a shot-maker all year. His role in the NBA will be exactly what it is in college—spread the floor, knock down threes, attack in line drives and defend the perimeter. The first round isn't out of the question for Bullock, either.
Carrick Felix, Arizona State, 6'6'', SG
Carrick Felix is making his case to the NBA late in the season. Arizona State lost in the NIT second round to Baylor, but Felix was impressive, going for 23 points and eight boards after going for 21 and seven two days earlier. He's got NBA size and athleticism, and with a much-improved jumper, he has landed on NBA radars.