6. Washington – Jonas Valanciunas
6-10, 220 lbs. PF
Valanciunas is the best European prospect in the 2011 Class. He has more of an American style game as a hustle player who excels in the paint. Once he fills out his body with strength he will be a very productive player. Pairing him with JaVale McGee and Andray Blatche makes for a dangerous frontcourt rotation in Washington.
7. Sacramento – Bismack Biyombo
6-9, 248 lbs. PF
You may not know who Biyombo is, but scouts are learning. He is a big-time athlete who can jump out of the building and protect the paint – someone the Kings are desperately in need of.
8. Detroit – Jan Vesely
6-11, 240 lbs. SF/PF
Some see him as a small forward, others as a power forward, but either way Vesely is a big-time athlete that can shoot it with range. He will be a matchup nightmare once he adds some strength. And for a team that needs an influx of talent, Vesely brings just that.
9. Charlotte – Kemba Walker
6-1, 172 lbs. PG
Walker is the fastest player with the ball in this class, and has a knack at getting in the paint. He may not be a pure point guard, but as a basketball player, he is a tough winner that will excel in the NBA. If he drops this far to Charlotte, the Bobcats will finally have the scorer they’ve been missing.
10. Milwaukee – Alec Burks
6-6, 185 lbs. SG
Burks is a smooth operator on offense who gets to the free throw line like no other. He also rebounds the ball for his position very consistently, making him the best all-around shooting guard in this class. Milwaukee has said they’ll take the best player on the board, and Burks is it. He’ll make Bucks fans forget they ever had Michael Redd.
11. Golden State – Tristan Thompson
6-8, 225 lbs. SF/PF
Thompson will be next in line of phenomenal Longhorn freshman to go one-and-done. He’ll also become the first Canadian drafted in the first round since Jamaal Magloire in 2000. What he brings to Golden State is a strong rebounder who also provides a physical presence in the paint to play alongside Andris Biedrins and David Lee.
12. Utah – Jimmer Fredette
6-3, 195 lbs. PG
The Jimmer has been compared to Mark Price, Steve Nash, Stephen Curry, Dan Dickau, Luke Ridnour and Eddie House. In reality, he is one of the most unique prospects we have seen in a long time. His future is up to him. And if the Jazz can snag him at No. 12, he’ll become one of the NBA’s most marketable players.
13. Phoenix – Marcus Morris
6-8, 220 lbs. PF
Like most big men with a good jump shot, Morris falls in love with it often in games and becomes very guardable. At the next level, we’ll see how his skills can develop in an NBA system. If he drops to the Suns here, he’ll be a steal.
14. Houston – Chris Singleton
6-9, 210 lbs. SF
Florida State, Jr.
Singleton was easily the best overall defender in the country last season before injures shortened his season. He is very athletic and can guard multiple positions on the court, making him a perfect talent for the Rockets.
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