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Shooters

1) Jon Diebler- SG- 6'6" 197 lbs. (Ohio State)
Diebler was so effective from the 3-point line this past season that he earned the nickname "Three-bler". He didn't disappoint at the NBA Draft Combine, either. Diebler is a specialist and he'll likely go undrafted, but Andy Rautins got drafted last year, so who knows?

2) Jimmer Fredette- SG- 6'2" 196 lbs. (BYU)
Fredette led the nation in scoring this past season and made numerous highlight reel jump shots. He has infinite range and is more dangerous than you might think off the dribble.

3) Klay Thompson- SG- 6'7" 206 lbs. (Washington State)
Thompson set a Pac 10 tournament record with 43 points in a loss to rival Washington this past season, and set the Washington State record for points in a season with 733. He has some character concerns, but has a great NBA pedigree (He is Mychal Thompson's son) and solid physical tools.

4) Isaiah Thomas- PG- 5'10" 186 lbs. (Washington)
Thomas is lightning quick with a deadly jump shot. He kind of reminds me of fellow Washington product Nate Robinson. Thomas was very consistent at the NBA Draft Combine, earning him a spot on this list, but he'll probably still go undrafted.

5) Charles Jenkins- G- 6'3" 216 lbs. (Hofstra)
Jenkins is another guy who put up a strong showing at the Draft Combine. After playing 4 productive season at Hofstra, Jenkins is still a relative unknown, but his performance in Chicago could earn him a look in the first round.
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