By Chris Ekstrand
June 13, 2007
Chris Ekstrand's Mock Draft -- Second Round
Pick Team Pos. Player School/
Class Ht. Wt.
31 F Glen Davis LSU Jr. 6-9 289
Will his career mirror Zach Randolph's or Robert Traylor's?
32 C Sean Williams Boston College Jr. 6-10 235
Elite shot-blocker will have to convince teams that his off-court problems won't be an issue.
33 C Aaron Gray Pittsburgh Sr. 7-0 270
Fundamentally sound shooter and passer who isn't a top athlete.
34 F Demetris Nichols Syracuse Sr. 6-8 211
He's a dangerous three-point shooter and will build a career on that.
35 F Reyshawn Terry North Carolina Sr. 6-7 222
An athletic forward who needs to develop better feel for the game.
36 C Jermareo Davidson Alabama Sr. 6-11 230
Thin perimeter center who can block shots but isn't rugged down low.
37 F Stephane Lasme Massachusett Sr. 6-7 213
The top shot-blocker in the draft averaged five per game last season.
38 F Jared Dudley Boston College Sr. 6-7 219
A versatile forward who has improved his perimeter touch dramatically.
39 G Taurean Green Florida Jr. 6-1 173
His steady floor leadership and low turnovers make him an NBA player.
40 F Marcus Williams Arizona So. 6-7 205
His scoring potential outweighs questions about other parts of his game.
41 G Aaron Brooks Oregon Sr. 6-0 161
He is a scorer who needs to be a playmaker to forge an NBA career.
42 F Nick Fazekas Nevada Sr. 6-11 235
A consistent scorer and rebounder who isn't especially strong or quick.
43 C Marc Gasol Akasvayu Girona (Spain) -- 7-1 280
Pau's brother has made himself into a draft pick with development in last year.
44 F Ali Traore Le Havre (France) -- 6-10 250
The low-post king of the predraft camp can also hit mid-range jumper.
45 G Jared Jordan Marist Sr. 6-2 183
Gifted playmaker will have to overcome size and inconsistent shot.

Mock Draft Continued

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