With the No. 8 pick in the 2012 NBA Draft, the Toronto Raptors selected Terrence Ross from Washington.
Ross is a promising wing prospect from the University of Washington, where he spent two seasons playing under Lorenzo Romar. He earned one of the coveted green room invites to the draft, which pushed him up the boards a bit coming into the derby. He's a versatile player best suited for small forward, though he's better at taking (and making) jumpers from the perimeter than putting his head down and driving to the rim. Last season, he attempted 5.5 three-pointers per game but only 2.7 free throws. Depending on how he's used in the pros, that could be a downward press on his shooting efficiency numbers.
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