Mar 28, 2013; Washington, D.C., USA; Syracuse Orange forward James Southerland (43) high fives fans after defeating the Indiana Hoosiers during the second half of the semifinals of the East regional of the 2013 NCAA Tournament at the Verizon Center. Syracuse Orange won 61-50. Mandatory Credit: Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports

Second-rounders the Grizzlies should pursue

Should the Grizzlies not trade or buy into the first-round – which is something I feel they should seriously consider doing – we will be left with three second-round draft picks.

In case you were wondering how the hell we wound up with three:

Their first-round pick went to Minnesota via Houston and Memphis received an additional second-rounder from Toronto in the Rudy Gay deal. Memphis received a second-rounder along with Dexter Pitman from Miami for the rights to Ricky Sanchez as well.

That said, here’s a look at a few of the draft prospects I feel we should consider. And you’ll notice few of them are guards. Most of this will hinge on what Tony Wroten has been able to show thus-far this summer.

I would type up a fancy profile for each player, but let’s be honest here – you don’t want to take the time to read that and I don’t want to take the time to type it.

So instead, videos!  Might as well let their game do the talking.

James Southerland:

Pro comparison: Kyle Korver

Adonis Thomas:

Pro comparison: Shaw Marion

Michael Snaer:

Pro comparison: Tony Allen, with range

Deshaun Thomas:

Pro comparison: Al Harrington

Erik Murphy:

Pro comparison: Ryan Anderson

You’ll notice a theme here, and it’s shooting. For obvious reasons.

Who do you think the Grizz should draft in the second-round, why? Sound of in the comment section and let us know.

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