Well, in the end, Nailon was a good 2nd round pick and a "success" despite only playing a few seasons, never averaging over 10 points a game, getting out of the league for a few seasons, and being on 10 day contracts. Nailon is the kind of player you expect out of the second round. And, I'm going to use this as a segue back into the topic which is getting horribly off-track: Predicting the draft picks. I've been doing more research on possibly 2nd round draft picks since we have 2, the 39th and 42nd. At least two of the guys I've mentioned are likely to be available, but here are a few more highlights: Tyler Coppenrath Projected as a late 2nd rounder, the 6'9", 250 lb Coppenrath is a top college scorer and rebounder. Not athletic, but he's smart, a hard worker, knows how to position himself for rebounds on both ends of the floor, and he makes his living with the midrange shots. Nailon-like! Maybe a poor man's Troy Murphy? Lawrence Roberts Another 6'9" forward with good footwork, a good midrange shot. He's even above average in terms of athleticism and agility. Fundamentally sound, he's got great footwork and hands, and he's a great rebounder. Defensively, otherwise, though, he's not a great shotblocker and doesn't seem to be much of a banger or hustler. Might be worth a shot if he drops to the middle of the 2nd round for us. Kind of like Marc Jackson (yet another 2nd round pick), back when he was drafted.