The trades are coming in at a whirlwind pace at this point.
41. Miami Heat, Jarvis Varnado, Forward, Mississippi State
Varnado has a 7'4" wingspan and used that to his advantage as a defensive specialist blocking a NCAA record number of shots in 2009. He's the SEC defensive player of the year three years in a row.
42. Miami Heat, Da'Sean Butler, Forward, West Virginia
He was a player of the year finalist after an impressive NCAA tournament run. He's currently coming off of ACL surgery so he's still in rehab.
43. Los Angeles Lakers, Devin Ebanks, Forward, West Virginia
The 6'8", 208 pound forward is coming out after his freshman season. He averaged 10.8 points and 7.5 rebounds in his lone season.
44. Milwaukee Bucks, Jerome Jordan, Center, Tulsa
Jordan is a solid player leading Conference USA in field goal percentage and blocked shots as well as coming in second in rebounding.
45. Minnesota Timberwolves, Paulao Prestes, Center, Brazil