My thoughts on those guys...
1. Greivis Vasquez - After Bledsoe, he's the next best PG. Pretty sure he'll get a first round promise from somewhere.
2. Devan Downey - Too small, not enough upper body strength.
3. Tommy Mason-Griffin - Size makes me uneasy about him. Plus you have to question his decision making ability...anyone who hires a NFL agent who's never represented a NBA player before
4. Courtney Fortson / Scottie Reynolds - Both players have great motors. I'm not sure Fortson's reckless style will translate. If you have the build and size of Maggs or Wade, you can get away with that, but if you're under 6 foot...usually doesn't work as well in the pros. As far as Reynolds goes, he's a SG in a PG's body, but I love the kid's fire and passion, I think that alone will give him a shot at making an impact in the NBA.
6. Matt Bouldin - If Phil has a say so, he'll be a Laker. Good size. Game comes natural to him, meaning the triangle would probably come pretty easy to him. Plus with Ammo leaving, we need another Zaga kid who can carry on the unkempt/messy physical appearance.
7. Sherron Collins - Of all the smaller guards named, I think Collins has the best chance of being the next success story. I think the Will Bynum comparisons are pretty fair. I just really want to shy away from another 1 trick pony, PG who doesn't want to pass (or can't pass all that well)...I've had more than enough of that with Farmar.
8. Mikhail Torrance - Good build and knows how to use it. Capable of playing both guard spots. Wouldn't complain if Lakers picked him up.
9. A.J. Slaughter - Can't do much besides shooting, if his J isn't falling, he's useless. He'll get a camp invite somewhere.
10. Jeremy Wise - At 165 pounds...good luck. That's all I have to say. He'll get thrown around like a ragdoll.
11. Armon Johnson - Obviously spends a lot of time in the weight room, has a very good build for his size. Can get to the rim and finish. Think he's more of a 2, but is more than capable of converting to a point.
12. Dee Bost - Could pack on a little weight. Don't think he's quite NBA ready.
13. Ben Uzoh - His measurements boosted his stock. His impressive wingspan mixed with his athletic ability will get him a spot on some team. My favorite thing about this kid is that he plays within himself and doesn't get out of control too often.
14. Ishmael Smith - Too light, couldn't throw a pebble into the ocean in college (worse FT shooter than Farmar), and turns it over too often.
15. Stefan Markovic - My favorite of the Euro guards that our attainable for us, think he can make it in the NBA, and is probably the most NBA ready.
16. Nemania Gordic - Last I read on him was he still was forcing the issue. If he slows it down and passes more, could be a decent prospect next year.
17. Alexey Shved - I think he has the most potential out of the Euro guards, but I don't think he's NBA ready. If we could stash him for a couple years and is there with our second pick, I'd take him.
Out of the list, if I had to rank my picks for this team, I'd say: Bouldin, Johnson, Torrance, Uzoh, Markovic, and then Reynolds.