Arizona F Stanley Johnson; Pistons (First round, 8th overall)
The former Mater Dei product is a winner. He's the only player in CIF history to win four consecutive upper division CIF state championships. In college, he helped guide Arizona to Pac-12 regular season and tournament championships. He lands in Detroit where there are a couple local players on the roster -- Spencer Dinwiddie (Taft) and Brandon Jennings (Dominguez). Last summer Jennings went to Twitter to compliment Johnson after they crossed paths in a game at the Drew League. Now, they're teammates.
Utah G Delon Wright; Raptors (First round, 20th overall)
The road to the NBA was a long one for Wright but well worth the wait. After leading Leuzinger to the first CIF Southern Section championship in school history in 2010, Wright went the prep school route, then to the City College of San Francisco, before finally landing at Utah and helping turnaround the program, leading the Utes to its first Sweet 16 appearance in 10 years last season. In Toronto, he'll join Compton product and fellow Drew Leaguer Demar DeRozan.
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UCLA F Kevon Looney; Warriors (First round, 30th overall)
Expected to go in the middle of the first round, Looney fell all the way to the end of the first but it wasn't a bad landing spot. Looney ends up with the NBA champion Warriors. In his lone season with the Bruins, Looney was second in the Pac-12 in rebounding with 9.2 per game. Although a small sample size, he led the team in three-point shooting. Looney was a 41 percent shooter from beyond the arc but took just 53 attempts. A hip injury suffered prior to him joining the Bruins caused his stock to drop, according to reports.
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Stanford F Anthony Brown; Lakers (2nd round, 34th overall)
In a much anticipated draft for the Lakers, Brown was the team's third and final pick of the night after D'Angelo Russell (2nd overall) and Larry Nance Jr. (27th overall). A 44.1 percent shooter from three as a senior last season for the Cardinal, Brown's stroke will be welcomed by his new team. Brown led Ocean View to a CIF Southern Section championship in 2009 for the late Jim Harris. He also has some international experience as a former member of the United States U-19 National Team.
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UCLA G Norman Powell; Bucks (2nd round, 46th overall)
Milwaukee won't be home for long. Powell is headed to Toronto in a draft day trade. He wasn't much of a shooter when he first walked onto the UCLA campus as a freshman in 2011. Powell has grown tremendously on the offensive end during his four years. He really flourished under Steve Alford being able to play a more wide open game. Powell can jump and he can defend which will come in handy at the next level. The San Diego Lincoln alum and First Team All-Pac-12 selection is the second Bruin to be selected in the 2015 Draft.
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Eastern Washington G Tyler Harvey; Magic (2nd round, 51st overall)
There wasn't much interest for Harvey coming out of Bishop Montgomery High School. In fact, there was none. Harvey had zero Division I scholarship offers coming out of high school in 2011. He landed at Eastern Washington as a walk-on in and by the end of his junior year he was leading the nation in scoring. The early entrant averaged 23.1 points per game last season and knocked down four three-pointers per game, which also led the nation.