Mid second round
PG Soph., Syracuse
The lanky, 6'6" Carter-Williams ranked third in the NCAA in assists (7.4 per game) and he has drawn favorable comparisons to Shaun Livingston, a 2004 lottery pick whose career was derailed by knee injuries. Though Carter-Williams has defended largely in the Orange's 2--3 zone, teams love his man-to-man potential—he averaged 2.7 steals—and were impressed by his offense in the Sweet 16, when he dropped 24 on Indiana's top defender, Victor Oladipo.
PG Sr., South Dakota State
Dozens of NBA teams were on hand in Auburn Hills, Mich., to gauge how Wolters, a 6'4" playmaker who averaged 20-plus points in each of the last two seasons, would perform against Michigan. They left disappointed: Wolters mustered only 10 points on 3-of-14 shooting, including 0 for 5 from three-point range. "I wanted to see how he handled quickness and long defenders," says the Western exec. "And he got destroyed. In the NBA that is all he is going to see."
Early second round