Found June 06, 2012 on Stepien Rules:
In addition to the 4th overall pick on June 28th, the Cavaliers also own the 24th, 33rd, and 34th selections. In a continued look at who could be available in the bottom third of the 1st round for the Cavs, below is our latest on Jeff Taylor from Vanderbilt. For previous posts in this series on Andrew Nicholson, Will Barton and Draymond Green click here, here, and here.To follow Writer Nick Mancini on Twitter go here: @nickmanceNo. 27 – Jeff Taylor, Senior, Vanderbilt; 2011-12 stats: 16.1 ppg, 5.6 rpg, 49% shooting, 42% 3-point When it comes to athletes in this Draft, Jeff Taylor is near the top. In his four years at Vandy he's come a long way. As freshman, he was a raw player who got by on his athletic skills alone. Now, he is being pegged as a first round pick. No shock here, but Taylor’s athleticism is his best trait. He is crazy athletic. He has a quick first step that allows him to get to the rim and finish in traffic. At 6-7, 225 he has a great frame for a...

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