15. Miroslav Raduljica
Of the 15 players who have guaranteed contracts for 2013-14, rookie Miroslav Raduljica brings up the caboose.
It's not that he doesn't have talent, though.
The problem is that the seven footer provides the Bucks with a big body at a position where there's already a big logjam.
He'll be available if more injury issues arise during the season, but otherwise don't expect to see the big man on the court much this season.
14. Nate Wolters
After a stellar career at South Dakota State University—and despite being a second-round pick—the expectations for Nate Wolters are relatively high.
And the reasoning behind those expectations are pretty valid.
During his four years playing for the Jackrabbits, Wolters averaged 18.5 points, 4.7 rebounds and 5.3 assists while shooting 45.0 percent from the floor.
At 6'4", he possesses excellent size for a point guard and his poise on the offensive end is far beyond his years. It's defense that may trip him up in the NBA, due to his lack of quickness.
If he can learn how to play solid team defense and remain efficient on offense, the sky really is the limit for Wolters.
He may not play a ton during his rookie campaign, but he'll certainly continue his development.
13. Zaza Pachulia
In perhaps the most bizarre offseason move of the summer, the Bucks signed center Zaza Pachulia to a three-year, $15.6 million contract.
It was a deal that brought the 29-year-old back to Milwaukee for his second stint (he played on the 2004-05 team).
The oddity of the situation is one based strictly on the absurd monetary figure. Pachulia isn't a bad guy to have on your team. In fact, it could be argued that he has plenty of value. He rebounds, he's tough and he converts the opportunities he gets most of the time.
However, at $5.2 million per year, it's a move that's a major head-scratcher.
Nonetheless, he is part of the roster and should serve as a pretty solid backup to starting center Larry Sanders while providing veteran leadership in the locker room.
12. Ekpe Udoh
Similar to Pachulia, Ekpe Udoh is an energy player that can provide a team with valuable minutes coming off the bench. He's strong, super athletic and isn't afraid to get into it a bit in the post.
Where Udoh really comes in useful is on the defensive end.
Sanders and John Henson both make their presence felt on a consistent basis, but Udoh provides even more depth from a shot-blocking standpoint.
In 17.3 minutes of playing time per game last year, he averaged 1.1 blocks while providing a hard-nosed approach to defense.
According to Ben Golliver of SI.com, Udoh will miss 4-to-6 weeks after undergoing a surgical procedure on his knee.
When he returns, though, he'll provide experience and beneficial frontcourt depth.
11. Khris Middleton
Khris Middleton had a respectable rookie season for the Detroit Pistons in 2012-13 and will look to provide the Bucks with some depth at small forward.
The 22-year-old Texas A&M University graduate averaged 6.1 points, 1.9 rebounds and 1.0 assists last season during 17.6 minutes of playing time.
Given that Delfino and Butler are both aging—albeit gracefully—having youth at the weakest position on the roster is always a positive.
Not to mention, the youngster has put together a quality preseason.
Even if he doesn't log significant minutes this season, Middleton should provide decent value whenever he does step onto the court.