Russ Smith showed significant growth as a floor general in his senior season at Louisville, racking up 18.7 points (38.7 percent from three) and 4.6 assists per game.
Given his work ethic and selflessness, he would fit right in with the mission in Miami.
Additionally, Pat Riley once said that the Heat wanted to trade for Chalmers in 2008 because of the point guard's penchant to step up in big situations while at Kansas.
Well, like Chalmers, Smith was a key member on a national championship team. He would not be afraid of the high-pressure situations that the Heat often find themselves in.
There's a good chance he will be gone when Miami is ready to select at No. 55, but if he slips through the cracks, the Heat should consider pouncing on him.