2012 NBA Draft: Consensus Mock Draft: Post-Draft Combine Edition

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The 2012 edition of the NBA draft is expected to be a very deep, talented field as opposed to 2011’s rather weak draft class.  But who will hear their name called first by David Stern in June?  Rather than fill cyberspace up with yet another mock draft, The Hoops Manifesto has determined the consensus top 60 prospects for the 2012 NBA Draft.  We took the player rankings from four of the web’s best: DraftExpress, NBADraft.net, Pro Basketball Draft, and NBA Draft Room, crunched the numbers and came up with our list.

Here is our Post-NBA Draft Combine edition of the mock draft.  

UPDATE: Click here for our latest consensus mock draft

 
Click on the prospect’s name to read his draft scouting report.

2012 NBA Draft Consensus Mock Draft

(second number is the player’s ranking in our last update)

1 Hornets 1 Anthony Davis PF Kentucky FR
2 Bobcats 3 Thomas Robinson PF Kansas JR
3 Wizards 2 Michael Kidd-Gilchrist SF Kentucky FR
4 Cavaliers 6 Andre Drummond C Connecticut FR
5 Kings 4 Bradley Beal SG Florida FR
6 Blazers 5 Harrison Barnes SF North Carolina SO
7 Warriors 7 Jeremy Lamb SG Connecticut SO
8 Raptors 8 Damian Lillard PG Weber State JR
9 Pistons 18 Meyers Leonard C Illinois SO
10 Hornets 12 Jared Sullinger PF Ohio State SO
11 Blazers 20 Dion Waiters SG Syracuse SO
12 Bucks 9 John Henson PF North Carolina JR
13 Suns 10 Kendall Marshall PG North Carolina SO
14 Rockets 11 Tyler Zeller C North Carolina JR
15 Sixers 19 Terrence Jones SF/PF Kentucky SO
16 Rockets 14 Terrence Ross SG/SF Washington SO
17 Mavericks 17 Arnett Moultrie PF/C Mississippi State JR
18 Wolves 15 Austin Rivers SG Duke FR
19 Magic 13 Perry Jones PF Baylor SO
20 Nuggets 16 Moe Harkless SF St. John’s FR
21 Celtics 23 Royce White PF Iowa State SO
22 Celtics 22 Andrew Nicholson PF St. Bonaventure SR
23 Hawks 21 Marquis Teague PG Kentucky PG
24 Cavaliers 24 Fab Melo C Syracuse SO
25 Grizzlies 25 Jeff Taylor SF Vanderbilt SR
26 Pacers 28 Tony Wroten SG Washington FR
27 Heat 31 John Jenkins SG Vanderbilt JR
28 Thunder 32 Will Barton SF Memphis SO
29 Bulls 30 Doron Lamb SG Kentucky SO
30 Warriors 29 Festus Ezeli C Vanderbilt SR
31 Bobcats 26 Quincy Miller SF Baylor FR
32 Wizards 27 Evan Fournier SG France 1992
33 Cavaliers 33 Draymond Green PF Michigan State SR
34 Cavaliers 35 Drew Gordon PF New Mexico SR
35 Warriors 36 Darius Miller SF Kentucky SR
36 Kings 39 Tyshawn Taylor PG Kansas SR
37 Raptors 37 JaMychal Green PF Alabama SR
38 Nuggets 34 Kevin Jones PF West Virginia SR
39 Pistons 38 Tomas Satoransky SG Czech Republic 1991
40 Blazers 40 Kevin Murphy SG/SF Tennessee Tech SR
41 Blazers 44 Furkan Aldemir PF Turkey 1991
42 Bucks 41 Orlando Johnson SG UC Santa Barbara SR
43 Hawks 43 Henry Sims PF Georgetown SR
44 Pistons 46 Darius Johnson-Odom SG Marquette SR
45 Sixers 42 Jared Cunningham SG Oregon State JR
46 Wizards 50 Kyle O’Quinn PF/C Norfolk State SR
47 Jazz 53 Kim English SG Missouri SR
48 Knicks 57 Quincy Acy PF Baylor SR
49 Magic 52 Khris Middleton SF Texas A&M JR
50 Nuggets NR Bernard James C Florida State SR
51 Celtics 45 Kostas Papanikolaou SR Greece 1990
52 Warriors NR Miles Plumlee C Duke SR
53 Clippers 49 Kris Joseph SF Syracuse SR
54 Sixers NR Jae Crowder SF/PF Marquette SR
55 Mavericks 55 Scott Machado PG Iona SR
56 Raptors 47 William Buford SG Ohio State SR
57 Nets 60 Tornike Shengelia PF Belgium 1991
58 Wolves 56 Mike Scott PF Virginia SR
59 Spurs 48 Herb Pope PF Seton Hall SR
60 Lakers 59 Robert Sacre C Gonzaga SR

 

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