23. Utah Jazz: Clint Capela, PF, Switzerland. Utah already has a raw, European big man in Rudy Gobert, but the athletic Capela is intriguing enough for the Jazz to take a chance on.
24. Charlotte Hornets: Glenn Robinson III, SF, So. Michigan. The Hornets need offensive weapons on the perimeter to help space the floor for Al Jefferson, Robinson has NBA pedigree and a perimeter game tailor made for the NBA.
25. Houston Rockets: C.J. Wilcox, SG, Sr., Washington. One of the best spot-up shooters in the draft. Wilcox's dangerous shooting touch could be a valuable floor-spacer to help free up room down low for Dwight Howard.
26. Miami Heat: Shabazz Napier, PG, Sr., Connecticut. The breakout star of the NCAA Tournament could bring some dangerous offense to Miami's backcourt and give Mario Chalmers some competition for the point guard position.
27. Phoenix Suns: P.J. Hairston, SG, Jr., NBDL Texas Legends. The former Tar Heel was dismissed earlier in the year by North Carolina coach Roy Williams, but he showed off an ability to shoot the NBA 3-pointer and score in bunches in the NBDL.
28. Los Angeles Clippers: Deonte Burton, PG, Sr., Nevada. Burton is an athletic, dangerous scorer that could provide depth behind Chris Paul at the point or play alongside him as a scorer.
29. Oklahoma City Thunder: K.J. McDaniels, SF, Jr., Clemson. Another great athlete who could do some damage paired with Durant and Westbrook. McDaniels' willingness to crash the offensive glass would be particularly dangerous to Thunder opponents.
30. San Antonio Spurs: Spencer Dinwiddie, SG, Jr., Colorado. Had Dinwiddie not torn his ACL midway through the year he would probably be higher up in the first round. His knee isn't completely healthy yet, but the Spurs can afford to take a gamble and wait till he's ready to go.
Tyler Jamieson (@ty3jamieson) is a former NBA scout and the Senior NBA Draft Analyst for The Sports Xchange.