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The makeup of the 2011 NBA Draft continues to change, with top prospects such as Harrison Barnes, Jared Sullinger and Perry Jones announcing they will be returning to school for their sophomore years.
Although BYU's Jimmer Fredette isn't one of the best prospects in this draft, he remains one of the more intriguing players available for a number of reasons.
What is his natural position? Will he be able to find ways to score without the ball in his hands at all times? How will he fare against bigger, stronger and quicker players?
Due to the fact that Fredette is such a gifted scorer, he will be coveted by a number of teams in the first round.
But what team is most likely to call Fredette's name on draft night? Let's find out.
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1.Minnesota Timberwolves: Derrick Williams
2. Cleveland Cavaliers: Kyrie Irving
3. Toronto Raptors: Enes Kanter
4. Washington Wizards: Jonas Valanciunas
5. Sacramento Kings: Brandon Knight
6. Utah Jazz: Kemba Walker
7. Detroit Pistons: Alec Burks
8. Cleveland Cavaliers: Jan Vesely
9. Charlotte Bobcats: Terrence Jones
10. Milwaukee Bucks: Bismack Biyombo
11. Golden State Warriors: Kawhi Leonard
12. Utah Jazz: Tristan Thompson
13. Phoenix Suns: Jimmer Fredette
14. Houston Rockets: Jordan Hamilton
15. Indiana Pacers: Marcus Morris
16. Philadelphia 76ers: Donatas Motiejunas
17. New York Knicks: Markieff Morris
18. Washington Wizards: Kenneth Faried
19. Charlotte Bobcats: Tobias Harris
20. Minnesota Timberwolves: Chris Singleton
21. Portland Trail Blazers: Trey Thompkins
22. Denver Nuggets: Justin Harper
23. Houston Rockets: JaJuan Johnson
24. Oklahoma City Thunder: Nolan Smith
25. Boston Celtics: Klay Thompson
26. Dallas Mavericks: Travis Leslie
27. New Jersey Nets: Kyle Singler
28. Chicago Bulls: Lucas Nogueira
29. San Antonio Spurs: Tyler Honeycutt
30. Chicago Bulls: Shelvin Mack