Pacers Mock Draft Database

Updated June 24, 2010
SOURCE PROJECTION COMMENT
NBA.com LUKE BABBITT
6-7 SF, Nevada
Extremely skilled scorer with phenomenal shooting abilities. Has effortless range and outstanding shot-creating abilities. Smart player who contributes in multiple areas of the game. The distribution of Babbitt’s shots is very intriguing at first glance, with nearly 30% of his touches coming in isolation situations.
Draft Express.com LUKE BABBITT
6-7 SF, Nevada
Despite his lack of tremendous athleticism, Babbitt proves to be a capable scorer from inside and out. A smart guy, Babbitt also has the ability to create off the dribble and can create his own shot when placed in those situations.
ESPN.com Insider GORDON HAYWARD
6-8 SF, Butler
This is where the draft really begins to break apart. The Pacers have been high on Greg Monroe, Ekpe Udoh and Ed Davis, but none of them are on the board here. That leaves them with a bunch of swingmen -- a position Indiana doesn't really need to fill. Indy has been burning up the phone lines trying to find a point guard, but if the Pacers can't make a deal, they'll likely be choosing between Hayward, Paul George and Xavier Henry.
FoxSports.com ED DAVIS
6-10 PF, North Carolina
The long and athletic big man isn't ready to come in and do much in the NBA right now, but he's worth the risk. He runs the court well and is a shot-blocker but needs to work on being able to score in the post..
HoopsWorld.com EKPE UDOH
6-10 PF, Baylor
In terms of scoring the ball, Udoh does most of his damage out of the post, where he shows a very high level of fluidity and coordination, along with the ability to turn off either shoulder, though he clearly prefers going off his left. ... Udoh is also a potent threat out of isolation situations ... On the glass, Udoh shows great instincts and pursuits on the offensive end ... Defensively, Udoh does a solid job on the glass, but could be a bit more aggressive in boxing out and doing some of the little things, something he'll need to do to stay an above average defensive rebounder in the pros.
NBADraft.Net EKPE UDOH
6-10 PF, Baylor
Skilled power forward with a long, lean frame. Has a 7'4 1/2 wingspan ... Nicknamed "The Nightmare" for his demonic shot blocking prowess (3.7 per game as junior) ... Views swatting shots as an art form - always taking proper angles, never leaving his feet until his opponent does, can block shots with either hand and keeps balls in play ... Tremendous offensive rebounder as a result of his length and quickness off the floor (3.6 off, 9.8 total)
NBA-Draft.com ED DAVIS
6-10 PF, North Carolina
Right handed....Davis was played limited minutes as a role player earlier in the 2008-09 season, but his energy, activity on the boards earned him more minutes… Very high potential… Good size and excellent length… Very athletic… Effective scorer averaging 1.3 points per possession and shooting .518 from the field… Solid rebounder and should only improve as he gains more experience and gains strength… Good shot blocker and above-average defensive timing…
RealGM.com GORDON HAYWARD
6-8 SF, Butler
This is an impossible selection to comfortably predict because there is such a small chance the Pacers are the ones actually making the decision. Indiana is in an unenviable situation because no pick looks good for them here and their need at point guard is so clear. If there is any possible way of acquiring Al Jefferson and Jonny Flynn, they have to take that deal because then they become a playoff team.
SI.com (Ian Thomsen) GORDON HAYWARD
6-8 SF, Butler
Their first choice is to move this pick for a point guard, potentially by trading back to Nos. 18 and 21 with the Thunder. If they can't, then they'll settle for this local star from Butler as the best player (as well as most popular among fans in Indy) on the board.
TheHoopsReport.com EKPE UDOH
6-10 PF/C, BAYLOR
Ekpe Udoh came out of nowhere this season and has positioned himself into a top 10 prospect. Udoh is highly skilled and a good athlete. In college, he was one of the best shot blockers and put up good rebounding numbers. Udoh is one of the better big man passers in this draft. TheSportingNews.com EKPE UDOH
6-10 PF, Baylor
There's some speculation that the Pacers are working on a deal to move down, possibly to San Antonio's spot at No. 20. They've had Udoh in twice for workouts. Yahoo! ED DAVIS
6-10 PF, North Carolina
The son of former Dallas Mavericks power forward Terry Davis has all the tools to be a solid NBA big man. He just had a limited body of work in college. He was a reserve on North Carolina’s title team in 2009, then missed 13 games late last season because of a broken wrist. He averaged 12.9 points, 9.2 rebounds and 2.7 blocks last season when he was on the court.
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