Analysis: Playing in the NBDL might have been a blessing in disguise for Hairston as now many scouts believe he's more seasoned and ready for the NBA game having played in a professional setting. At just 21-years-old he has shown the offensive potential to indicate he can make it.

9. (34) Jordan Adams, SG, So., UCLA.

Overview: A natural scorer who plays with a high basketball I.Q. Finds ways to get shots and scoring opportunities despite being labeled an average athlete.

Analysis: Adams leaves UCLA after a solid two-year career in which he went from relative unknown to potential first-round pick. Since the season has ended he has dropped about 20 pounds and has measured a 6-10 wingspan, both of which could combat the notion he's not a strong athlete.

10. (38) Bogdan Bogdanovic, SG, Int. (Serbia).

Overview: The 6-6, 21-year-old led his team in scoring at 15 ppg in the Euroleague last season and also made a mark as a solid contributor for the Serbian National Team.

Analysis: Bogdanovic has made a name for himself playing well against top-level competition over in Europe. He has been on the NBA radar a couple years and has always opted to stay in Europe.

11. (54) Jabari Brown, SG, Jr. Missouri.

Overview: Oregon transfer known for being a spot-up shooter used his junior season to upgrade offensive game. After one year at Missouri he leaves with a 19.9 ppg average and SEC All-Conference First Team honors.

Analysis: Brown's NBA potential lies in his offensive game, where he is a very good perimeter shooter who's able to put the ball on the floor and get to the line as well. Defensively he's expected to struggle a bit as he's undersized and limited as an athlete.

12. (56) Markel Brown, SG, Sr., Oklahoma State.

Overview: Three-year starter at Oklahoma State and wingman to Marcus Smart the past two years; averaged a shade more than 17 ppg last season.

Analysis: Brown is a highlight waiting to happen in the open floor. His bread and butter is in transition and attacking the basket, but he has improved his offensive game so he's not just known for his highlight reel dunks anymore.

13. (57) Joe Harris, SG, Sr., Virginia.

Overview: The knock on Harris is that he's not a great athlete, but he is a very good shooter who displayed it at the NBA draft combine.

Analysis: Harris will have to make a mark offensively with his shooting if he's going to get looks from NBA teams, as his athleticism and wingspan leave much to be desired. At his best, Harris is deadly coming off screens in a role similar to what the Pistons used to do with Richard Hamilton.

14. (60) Roy-Devyn Marble, SG, Sr., Iowa.

Overview: A 17 ppg game jump-shooting scorer who was a focal point of Iowa's offense last season, he helped guide Iowa back to the NCAA Tournament in his four-year run there.

Analysis: Marble's game is best suited for catch-and-shoot situations and coming off screens, as he still has trouble creating for himself. Improved in every year he was at Iowa, which is something NBA people tend to notice.

15. (64) Lamar Patterson, SG, Sr., Pittsburgh.

Overview: Four-year player who used his time at Pitt wisely, transforming from a role player to potential NBA player. Started senior season strong before tailing off and leaves Pitt with a 17.1 ppg average.

Analysis: Patterson is a versatile wing player who drastically improved his game while at Pitt. He likes to have the ball in his hands, passes well and is savvy offensively. He's not overly athletic, which is a potential concern defensively but he has good instincts.

16. (69) Sean Kilpatrick, SG, Sr., Cincinnati.

Overview: Kilpatrick has a laundry list of personal awards and is a dangerous scorer with a nice 20.6 ppg, but is an older prospect at 24.

Analysis: The biggest questions surrounding Kilpatrick are his age and whether his lack of great athleticism will be a significant detriment in the NBA. Scoring-wise he can do it all - he's a high volume shooter who can fill it up, but the lack of athleticism defensively could be a big issue.