The New York Knicks selected Landry Fields with the ninth pick of the second round in last year's draft (39th overall).
Almost no one outside the Knicks organization could've foreseen the kind of rookie season Fields would have.
He started 81 games, scored an efficient 9.7 points a game (50 percent from the field and 39 percent from three-point range) and is already one of the league's best rebounding guards (6.4 a game).
With his attitude, effort, well-developed skill set and basketball IQ that a lot of veterans don't even possess, Fields could be a great pro for years to come.
He was without a doubt 2010's best second-round pick. Is there anyone in this draft class that might pleasantly surprise us the same way Fields did?
Here are 10 guys who could be impact rookies despite being selected in the second round of this year's draft.
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