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Don't miss Delon Wright this season—after transferring from junior college in San Francisco, Wright had an incredible year under the radar as a junior at Utah, where he finished fifth in the country in win shares, per Sports-Reference.com.
A 6'5" point guard with long arms and deceiving quickness, Wright has great physical tools and a terrific feel for the game.
He averaged 15.5 points on a mind-blowing 56.1 percent shooting last season.
So crafty off the bounce with the ability to slip through tight spaces and change direction on the dime, he simply finds ways to get to the rim, where he finished a whopping 71.7 percent of his shots, per Hoop-Math.
He also averaged 5.3 assists last year, showing legitimate instincts as a passer and facilitator, while his 6.8-rebound-per-game average reflects his activity and nose for the ball.
Defensively, he's an absolute pest. With that blend of size, quickness and length, he managed to rack up 2.7 steals a game in 2013-14.
Jump shooting is the obvious concern for Wright—he hit only 12 three-pointers all season playing his first year of Division I ball. But he was threatening in the mid-range and he knocked in 79.3 percent of his free throws, so there's at least some promise to work with moving forward.
With Wright, we could be looking at the Elfrid Payton of the 2015 draft.