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

The Washington Huskies have a good chance to have two draft picks in the 2012 NBA draft, and there's a decent possibility of those two players ending up in the first round overall. Both Terrence Ross and Tony Wroten figure to be bartered around in the upcoming months.

DraftExpress updated their latest mock, and it has Ross being selected by the Minnesota Timberwolves midway through the first round. Ross would give Minnesota a lot of perimeter ability and someone who could provide a boost in terms of three-point shooting and ultimate versatility on the floor

Wroten ends up dropping to the first pick in the second round toward a Charlotte Bobcats team that could desperately use any influx of talent. Wroten would seem to be another talented guard that over time might develop into a solid guard, although it's hard to say how far he has to go at this point.

To discuss how good Ross and Wroten are with Washington basketball fans, hit up UW Dawg Pound.

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