Another guy who's caught my eye recently was someone who wasn't in the tournament. I haven't seen him play much, but just based on what I've read, I think Brandon Rush of Kansas is someone to keep our eye on. Most sites don't think he'll enter the draft though. Skillwise, he's everything we want. He's got good SG size and strength at 6'7" 210 lbs, he's very athletic, he's a very good shooter, an efficient offensive player, a good rebounder, he's unselfish, and will give effort on defense.
He's said to not be a shut-down defender at this point but he has the athleticism and effort to become one. Technique can be taught and our two shot-blocking demons can help him out.
His downsides are that he's still raw, he tends to float around the perimeter too much and is not aggresive enough, he doesn't have picturesque form on his jumper because of some childhood injury, and will make freshman mistakes (after all, he is a freshman).
Again, most don't predict him to enter til 2007, but he did test the waters out of high school. He's also an older freshman at 20 years old, so he may want to start his career. If he does come out, we obviously wouldn't take him in the top 6. But maybe we can trade up from our second round pick, possibly a future second rounder, and/or maybe package a player to move somewhere in the mid to late first round to grab him.
Just by reading his bio, he kind of sounds like Nick Anderson. A Nick Anderson type player would be perfect for this team.