First round, 12th pick, F, 6-7, 215: A scorer and one-on-one player, played inside most of the time at Wake, but has jump shot up to 18 feet. Has good leaping ability and quick moves around the basket and along base line. Averaged 17 points this year and 14.9 in three ACC years. Averaged 8.3 rebounds this year and 6.6 for career.
Manute Bol, Bridgeport
Second round, 31st pick, C, 7-6 1/4, 190: Bol played only one collegiate season at Bridgeport after arriving in U.S. from Sudan in 1983. He averaged 22.5 points and 13.5 rebounds and seven blocked shots for Division II Bridgeport. He was 10th in the country among Division II scorers and second in rebounds. He shot 61 per cent from floor, 15th among Division II players. Has been playing in the U.S. Basketball League, where he has blocked 12.3 shots per game for Rhode Island.
Vernon Moore, Creighton
Third round, 58th pick, G, 6-2, 190: A penetrator who was second in the nation in shooting percentage (67 per cent), which was also the second-best field goal percentage in NCAA Division I history by a guard. Averaged 21.2 points and four assists. Outstanding athletic ability.
Ken Perry, Southern Illinois:
Third round, 65th pick (from Houston through L.A. Clippers), C, 6-11, 220: A decent shooter and all-around player for his size.
Richie Adams, UNLV
Fourth round, 81st pick, F-C, 6-8, 215: A quick player who averaged 15.8 points and 7.9 rebounds. Was Pacific Coast Athletic Association player of the year the last two years.
Dean Shaffer, Florida State
Fifth round, 104th overall, G, 6-3, 195: A hustling, aggressive player. His father, Lee, played in the NBA.
Matt England, Houston Baptist
Sixth round, 127th pick, G, 6-4, 190: Left-handed, playmaking guard. Decent all-around player.
Keith Gray, U. of Detroit
Seventh round, 150th pick, G, 6-2, 170: Played last two years at Detroit, where he led the team in scoring, averaging 17 points as a junior and 17.5 as a senior. Good leaper, good quickness and athletic ability.