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BF's 2013 NBA Draft scouting reports

7 possible second-round steals

The second round has never been kind to the Wizards, but could their fortunes change in a draft class that has less star power, but more depth than most?

Meet Cody Zeller

Cody Zeller is widely projected to be taken late in the lottery, yet the Indiana standout just might warrant a look from the Washington Wizards. Por que?

Meet Steven Adams

A look at yet another big man that could be around in the middle of the first round for the Wizards. Should they take the unheralded prospect out of Pittsburgh?

Meet Erick Green

Erick Green led the nation in scoring last year and is still flying under the radar as an NBA Draft prospect. Will his game translate to the next level? Here's our breakdown.

Meet Gorgui Dieng

Next up is Gorgui Dieng, who went from complete obscurity to one of the most feared shot blockers in the nation. Should the Wizards consider him if they move back into the first round?

Meet Shane Larkin

A look at the improbable rise of Shane Larkin, who took The U to new heights while establishing himself as one of the premier PG's in the country. Should the Wizards try to move up to secure him as John Wall's backup?

Meet Erik Murphy

A look at potential second round gem Erik Murphy, who could fill the need of a stretch 4 almost immediately for the Wizards.

Meet Tony Snell

Is the catch and shoot specialist from New Mexico ready for the NBA? Could he contribute to the Washington Wizards as a potential second-round pick?

Meet Kelly Olynyk

Taking a look at Gonzaga big man Kelly Olynyk, who could be around if the Wizards decide to trade back into the first round.

Meet Jamaal Franklin

A closer look at San Diego State wing Jamaal Franklin, who could be available if the Wizards move into the middle- to late-first round.

Meet Tony Mitchell

There are a lot of reasons to draft Tony Mitchell. There are a lot of reasons not to. What should the Washington Wizards do?

Meet Kentavious Caldwell-Pope

Taking a look at Georgia wing Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, whose eccentric journey to the NBA has everyone guessing how he'll project at the next level.

Meet Allen Crabbe

We now shift our attention to players who may be around in the middle of the first round should the Wizards decide to trade back in. First up is Allen Crabbe out of Cal.

Meet Victor Oladipo

Our series of NBA Draft profiles continues with a look at Indiana's Victor Oladipo. The DeMatha alumnus is one of the draft's most athletic and hardworking players, but does he fit with the Wizards current roster?

Meet Trey Burke

Next up in our series of draft profiles is Trey Burke out of Michigan, lauded as the best point guard in the draft. Should the Wizards get creative and consider the Wooden Award winner even with John Wall on the roster?

Meet Anthony Bennett

Our look at the top prospects in the 2013 NBA Draft continues on with a look at UNLV freshman Anthony Bennett. Is he the offensive-minded big man the Wizards desperately need?

Meet Shabazz Muhammad

Our NBA Draft profiles continue with a look at Shabazz Muhammad, the one-time phenom whose stock has fallen from that of a top-overall pick a few years ago to the point that some are questioning whether he could fall out of the top 10 altogether.

Meet Ben McLemore

Next up in our NBA Draft profiles is Ben McLemore, whose staggering emergence into the nation's spotlight has vaulted him into one of the top prospects in his class.

Meet Nerlens Noel

Our next NBA Draft profile takes a look at John Calipari's latest protege, Nerlens Noel, as he makes his return from ACL surgery and moves onto the NBA.

Meet Alex Len

Our NBA Draft profiles continue with Ukrainian-born Alex Len from the Maryland Terrapins, who could either be the association's next great center, or just the next European big man to bust in the NBA.

Meet Otto Porter

With the NBA Draft approaching, it's time to shift our focus to prospects who could be suiting up for the Wizards next fall. First up is Otto Porter from the Georgetown Hoyas