I’ll have some more analysis and thoughts on what the Milwaukee Bucks might be looking for come Wednesday. Until then, here is my initial mock.

Given the few players available for the Bucks’ pick, I stand by this previous Bucks post ( http://pocketdoppler.com/2011/06/15/milwaukee-bucks-draft-preview-2011/ ) but I do understand that they appear to be somewhat-sold on Burk’s talent.

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Pick Player Team H W Pos School/Country
1 Kyrie Irving Cleveland Cavaliers 6-3 191 PG Duke
2 Derrick Williams Minnesota Timberwolves 6-8 248 SF/PF Arizona
3 Enes Kanter Utah Jazz 6-11 259 PF/C Kentucky
4 Jonas Valanciunas Cleveland Cavaliers 6-11 240 C Lithuania
5 Brandon Knight Toronto Raptors 6-3 177 PG/SG Kentucky
6 Jan Vesely Washington Wizards 6-11 230 SF/PF Czech Republic
7 Kemba Walker Sacramento Kings 6-1 184 PG Connecticut
8 Bismack Biyombo Detroit Pistons 6-9 243 C Congo
9 Marcus Morris Charlotte Bobcats 6-8 230 SF/PF Kansas
10 Alec Burks Milwaukee Bucks 6-6 193 PG/SG Colorado
11 Kawhi Leonard Golden State Warriors 6-7 227 SF San Diego St.
12 Jimmer Fredette Utah Jazz 6-2 196 PG BYU
13 Tristan Thompson Phoenix Suns 6-9 227 PF Texas
14 Klay Thompson Houston Rockets 6-7 206 SG/SF Washington St.
15 Marshon Brooks Indiana Pacers 6-5 195 SG Providence
16 Markieff Morris Philadelphia 76ers 6-9 241 PF Kansas
17 Chris Singleton New York Knicks 6-9 230 SF/PF Florida St.
18 Donatas Motiejunas Washington Wizards 7-1 224 PF Lithuania
19 Jordan Hamilton Charlotte Bobcats 6-8 228 SG/SF Texas
20 Tyler Honeycutt Minnesota Timberwolves 6-8 187 SG/SF UCLA
21 Kenneth Faried Portland Trail Blazers 6-7 225 PF Morehead St.
22 Tobias Harris Denver Nuggets 6-8 223 SF/PF Tennessee
23 Darius Morris Houston Rockets 6-4 190 PG Michigan
24 Nikola Vucevic Oklahoma City Thunder 6-11 260 C USC
25 Reggie Jackson Boston Celtics 6-3 200 PG/SG Boston College
26 Nikola Mirotic Dallas Mavericks 6-10 225 SF/PF Montenegro
27 Kyle Singler New Jersey Nets 6-9 228 SF Duke
28 Jeremy Tyler Chicago Bulls 6-10 262 PF/C USA/Overseas
29 Davis Bertans San Antonio Spurs 6-10 211 SF Latvia
30 Charles Jenkins Chicago Bulls 6-3 216 PG/SG Hofstra
 

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  • http://www.pocketdoppler.com BigSnakeMan

    Is it just my imagination, or is this a pretty uninspiring draft class?

    • http://www.milwaukeebriansports.com/ Brian

      Highlighted by Ohio State’s Jared Sullinger staying in school, the draft up and down is weaker than usual. Derrick Williams is by far the most talented, but while there is a ton of B+ talent, there is not much above that.

  • Jon

    Why would they take another pg/sg? That sounds like a waste of a first round pick. Why not a 3 or 4 that can hit shots?

  • http://www.MilwaukeeBrianSports.com Brian

    The only reason they would take Burks is because he is a good-sized shooting guard. He can handle the ball well and does a great job of slashing to the basket. Remember what Corey Maggette was supposed to do for the Bucks last year? That’s what Burks does.