Rookie point guard Bobby Jackson (right) is probably closer to 5'11" than the 6'1" he is listed at. Plus, he's not really a point guard; he was essentially a shooting guard at Minnesota. Learning a new position in the NBA is hazardous, especially when it's the point. (Ask the Hornets' Tony Delk, a shooting guard at Kentucky who has been trying to acquire point guard skills.) But the 24-year-old Jackson was the oldest player taken in this year's draft. He's mature and he's skilled. He'll establish himself at his position by January.