2. DeAndre Bembry, SF, Saint Joseph’s

DeAndre Bembry
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One of college basketball’s best all-around players, DeAndre Bembry can do a little bit of everything and that makes him a very good potential pick at 32.

Offensively, Bembry can do just about everything. He is a quick and athletic who excels at getting to the basket. He can is effective both on and off the ball, and can also operate from the post. He is also an excellent passer who was among the leaders in assists per 40 minutes for wing players last season.

Bembry also has the foot speed, length, and anticipation to make an impact defensively, though his effort was inconsistent at times. That may have had to do with the fact that he was his team’s offensive playmaker and averaged 37 minutes per game.

The one major knock on Bembry is his jump shot. He must be more consistent, especially when pulling up off the dribble. If he improves that, he could be a steal in the second round.