I'm over here thinking "What exactly the Knicks are going to do with the 7th pick?" I've been reading Mock drafts for weeks now, and not one has the Knicks going in a good direction. A lot of people like Wilcox, but I'm not all that impressed with his game, at least offensively. I know he's young and could develop, but he reminds of Camby. That guy from Stanford, Curtis Borchardt I don't know a lot about his game. I don't know who he is as a matter of fact. I do know he had problems with his feet early in his college career. The players I would like to see the Knicks make a play for is 1)Nikoloz Tskitisvili and 2)"2Nene" Hilario. I like "Nick because of his versatility, being able to play multiple positions. The fact he can put the ball on the floor with his ball handling skills, and his ability to score form almost anywhere. He can help the offensively challeneged Knicks put the ball in the hole. I like "Nene" because of his athleticism and his length. Some people ask why Nene as opposed to Wilcox. "Nene" can play center on the Knicks allowing Camby to assume his natural position...Power Forward! I heard the Knicks are convinced that Camby is a center, but let's face it, Camby is a 4 and is better suited for helping out from the weak side on the defensive side of the ball. Wilcox is a 4, and although he adds much needed length to the team I don't think it would work with him. For the Knicks to be looking at someone shorter than 6'10" is asinine. We have a team full of 6'3" 6'7" 6'9" mothaf#$%ers on the team as is. We need height, versatility, and offensive punch.