The Detroit Pistons are in desperate need of a solid starting center that can grab rebounds, defend, and block shots.
Young gun Hassan Whiteside can do all of the above and then some.
Whiteside led the nation in blocks per game during his freshman season, averaging 5.4 BPG in addition to 8.9 RPG in just 26 minutes of action.
Whiteside has tremendous upside and if the center could pack on some weight he could arguably emerge as one of the best shot blockers and rebounders in the league.
Detroit made a royal mistake selecting Darko Milicic over superstars such as Carmelo Anthony, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh, but if they select Whiteside with the seventh pick in the draft they can certainly make a better name for themselves when it comes to having an eye for talent.