17. (71) Xavier Thames, SG, Sr., San Diego State.

Overview: The Washington State transfer turned himself into an 18 ppg scorer at San Diego State.

Analysis: At 6-3, the undersized Thames has had a mixed bag of results in workouts since the season ended. He shot the ball well at the pre-draft combine, but has struggled against competition in other workouts. He'll have to prove he's a big-time scorer to continue to get looks from the NBA.

18. (72) Andre Dawkins, SG, Sr., Duke.

Overview: Dawkins is a dangerous 3-point shooter who struggles to put the ball on the floor. His jumper will earn NBA looks, but he's going to have to show he has worked to make his offense more than one-dimensional.

Analysis: Dawkins has been putting up good numbers in workouts since the season ended, however he's getting the reputation as a gunner. He has done nothing to show that his offensive game has evolved and while he has scored plenty in workouts, it has come at the cost of efficiency as he hasn't shot the ball well, just a lot.

19. (75) DeAndre Kane, PG/SG, Sr., Iowa State.

Overview: Marshall transfer played one year at Iowa State for Fred Hoiberg and made it a stellar one, averaging 17 points and nearly 6 assists per game.

Analysis: At 25-years-old, Kane has made the most of his career. He graduated from Marshall and played this past year at Iowa State as a graduate transfer after sitting out a season. Kane seems to have maximized his potential but will get some looks after his big senior season.

20. (83) Jordan McRae, SG, Sr., Tennessee.

Overview: McRae helped lead the Vols to the Sweet 16 as their main perimeter scorer. At 6-5, his 7-foot wingspan also has scouts wondering about his NBA defensive potential.

Analysis: After four years at Tennessee, McRae leaves with an 18.5 ppg average. He has a nice offensive game where he does everything well but nothing exceptional, but scouts are intrigued by his wingspan and are curious to see his potential defensively in an NBA setting.

21. (92) Roberto Nelson, PG/SG, Sr., Oregon State.

Overview: Explosive combo guard could get some looks from the NBA based on gaudy 20 ppg average, but will have to shed tweener tag.

Analysis: In his four years at Oregon State, Nelson's scoring average steadily increased each season. The biggest question surrounding Nelson will be where he fits in at the NBA level, PG or SG.

Tyler Jamieson (@ty3jamieson) is a former NBA scout and the Senior NBA Draft Analyst for The Sports Xchange.