2012 NBA Mock Draft: Terrence Ross To Timberwolves, Tony Wroten To Celtics

There are two Washington Huskies that could be picked in the first round of the 2012 NBA Draft. Terrence Ross is one of the best available swing men in the draft, and Tony Wroten is a talented combo guard with loads of potential. Both of them figure to go mid-way or toward the end of the first round.

In DraftExpress's latest mock draft, Ross ends up getting picked by the Minnesota Timberwolves to help try and stretch the floor for a team that has a lot of promising big men and solid guard play. Wroten gets taken by the Boston Celtics to try and provide more backcourt depth for a team that could use it going forward.

Talk to Timberwolves fans about the thought of drafting Ross over at Canis Hoopus. Talk to Celtics fans about the prospect of picking Wroten at Celtics Blog.

Check out the SB Nation YouTube NBA channel below for more coverage of the draft.

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