NBA Mock Draft 2012: Terrence Ross To Dallas Mavericks, Tony Wroten To Atlanta Hawks

The Washington Huskies have two of the top-level draft prospects in 2012 in Terrence Ross and Tony Wroten. Both could help either build a contender or help provide the team they're picked by with needed depth until they're ready to handle the spotlight.

Matt Moore of CBS Sports releases his latest mock draft, and both of these Huskies end up in the first round.

Ross ends up with the Dallas Mavericks with the 17th overall pick and could prove to be a valuable complement offensively.

The big questions surround Jason Kidd's age, but Roddy Beaubois is still in Dallas. Jason Terry, on the other hand, is likely gone, and Dominique Jones has big question marks. Ross is athletic, long, and can produce offense. He's a steal here at No. 17.

Wroten ends up with the Atlanta Hawks with the 23rd overall pick and provides the team with a potential leading point guard down the line.

More of a pure point to pair with lightning bug Jeff Teague. The Hawks will need depth at this position and Wroten has some upside if he can locate his shot.

Talk about Ross with Mavericks fans at Mavs Moneyball, Wroten with Hawks fans at Peachtree Hoops, and discuss both Ross and Wroten with Washington basketball fans at UW Dawg Pound.

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