2012 NBA Draft: Best Players Available In Second Round

CLEVELAND, OH - MARCH 18: Darius Johnson-Odom #1 of the Marquette Golden Eagles gestures after making a three point basket against the Xavier Musketeers during the second round of the 2011 NCAA men's basketball tournament at Quicken Loans Arena on March 18, 2011 in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

The Sixers selected Moe (Maurice) Harkless with the 15th overall pick. They also traded a future first rounder and the 45th pick in this year's draft, to the Miami Heat, for the rights to Arnett Moultrie. I briefly wrote about both players when the Sixers worked them out:

Harkless projects as a good wing defender in the NBA, a good rebounder, and a terror in transition, but it remains to be seen whether he will develop any type of offensive game.

Unfortunately – despite athleticism suggesting he should – Moultrie is an underwhelming shot-blocker and defensive rebounder. However; he's a very good offensive rebounder and can finish at the basket via cuts, offensive rebounds and alley-oops – things Jrue Holiday and Evan Turner would immediately benefit from.

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So far, I give the Sixers a solid B.

Anyway, the first round is over, but the Sixers work is not done. They still own a pick in the second round. Here are the best players available from the prospects the Sixers worked out:
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