23. Atlanta Hawks: Tony Wroten Jr., Washington Huskies
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The trend continues as we hit the Hawks, with each expert offering a different player at a different position. The most likely name is Tony Wroten Jr., as the Hawks bring in a more physical and athletic form of Jamal Crawford.
Consider him their Tyreke Evans.
While Jeff Teague played admirably in the 2012 season, he clearly cannot shoulder the workload with such weak depth at the position. Wroten Jr. would solve that issue by providing the Hawks with a player who can alternate between the point and the 2, attacking the basket with his powerful dribble and also facilitating the offense in transition.
As long as Larry Drew can tame Wroten's wild play, the former Washington Huskie could pay dividends for Atlanta come the postseason.
Chad Ford, ESPN: Tony Wroten Jr., Washington Huskies (PG)
Scott Howard Cooper, NBA: Andrew Nicholson, St. Bonaventure Bonnies (PF)
Sam Amick, Sports Illustrated: Will Barton, Memphis Tigers (SG)