2013 -- SF Giannis Antetokounmpo, 15th overall, Greece
CAREER STATS: 6.8 PPG, 4.4 RPG, 1.9 APG, 41.4 FG%, 34.7 3PT FG% in 77 games. COMMENT: The Bucks surprised everybody on draft night in 2013 when they took an 18-year-old from Greece that nobody knew anything about. It didn't take the NBA long to learn about Antetokounmpo, as he took the league by storm during his rookie season by showing his vast potential. Milwaukee went for a home run at No. 15 and appears to have struck gold. Antetokounmpo has already grown two inches (from 6-foot-9 to 6-foot-11) and is getting stronger. Known as "The Greek Freak," Antetokounmpo will play a major role in Milwaukee's rebuild.
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2012 -- PF John Henson, 14th overall, North Carolina
CAREER STATS: 8.7 PPG, 6.0 RPG, 1.2 BPG, 51.9 FG% in 133 games. COMMENT: Henson showed a great deal of promise in his rookie season with the Bucks and was expected to take a major leap forward in his sophomore campaign. While his scoring average jumped from 6.0 to 11.1 when his minutes per game doubled from year one to year two, Henson wasn't consistent. The jury is still out on Henson, as he struggled to play against more physical players and may simply never gain the necessary strength to be a high-level player at his position.
2011 -- SF Tobias Harris, 19th overall (Charlotte), Tennessee
CAREER STATS: 10.8 PPG, 5.1 RPG, 1.1 APG, 46.1 FG% in 158 games. COMMENT: Drafted by Charlotte with the 19th pick, Harris was traded to the Bucks in a three-team deal on draft night, with Milwaukee including the rights to its first-round pick, Jimmer Fredette. Harris showed flashes of his talent with the Bucks, but former coach Scott Skiles was trying to guide his team to the playoffs and didn't have much time for a project, or Harris' mistakes on the defensive end and struggles to rebound. The Bucks traded Harris to Orlando at the trade deadline in 2013 for J.J. Redick, a deal that didn't work out for Milwaukee. Harris will only turn 22 years old in July and would be a useful piece to have in the rebuilding process.
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2010 -- C Larry Sanders, 15th overall, Virginia Commonwealth
CAREER STATS: 6.4 PPG, 5.7 RPG, 1.9 BPG, 47.7 FG% in 206 games. COMMENT: No matter what happens to Sanders in the future, he was a find with the No. 15 pick. Sanders' talent isn't questioned, as the center can change the game with his defensive ability. He broke out in the 2012-13 season, averaging 9.8 points, 9.5 rebounds and 2.8 blocks. That earned Sanders a four-year, $44 million contract extension beginning with the 2014-15 season. However, last year was a disaster for the 25-year-old. It began with suffering a serious injury in a bar altercation and ended by being suspended by the NBA for testing positive for marijuana. In between those two events, Sanders suffered a broke orbital bone when taking an inadvertent elbow to the face. How will Sanders bounce back, and will he still be with the Bucks next season?
2009 -- PG Brandon Jennings, 10th overall, Oak Hill Academy/Lottomatica Roma
CAREER STATS: 16.7 PPG, 3.3 RPG, 6.1 APG, 39.0 FG%, 35.0 3PT FG% in 371 games. COMMENT: Scoring 55 points in his seventh NBA game set expectations sky high, something that impacted Jennings' career with the Bucks. Jennings averaged 17.0 points per game over four seasons in Milwaukee and turned himself into a good player. However, Bucks fans expected Jennings to become a franchise player, and that just didn't happen. Jennings is what he is -- a scoring guard who shoots under 40 percent. The Bucks opted against giving Jennings a new contract and dealt him to Detroit in a sign-and trade that brought back Brandon Knight and Khris Middleton.
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2008 -- F Joe Alexander, 8th overall, West Virginia
CAREER STATS: 4.2 PPG, 1.8 RPG, 41.0 FG%, 34.0 3PT FG% in 67 games. COMMENT: An incredible athlete, Alexander was a bust in the NBA. He played in just 59 games with the Bucks, all coming during his rookie season of 2008-09. Alexander suffered a partially torn hamstring just before the 2009-10 season, causing him to sit out until January. He then went to the NBA's Developmental League before the Bucks traded him to Chicago. Alexander played in just eight games with the Bulls at the end of 2009-10 and hasn't appeared in the NBA since.
2007 -- PF Yi Jianlian, 6th overall, China
CAREER STATS: 7.9 PPG, 4.9 RPG, 40.4 FG %, 33.3 3PT FG% in 272 games. COMMENT: While Yi lasted longer in the NBA than Joe Alexander did, his impact with the Bucks was equally inept. It began with the Bucks having to convince the Chinese forward to come to Milwaukee, despite his concerns with the city not having a large Chinese population. Yi eventually signed but played just one season with the Bucks, averaging 8.6 points and 5.2 rebounds in 66 games. Milwaukee traded him to New Jersey the following June. Yi played two seasons with the Nets, one in Washington and another in Dallas before returning to China to play professionally. Fernando Medina/NBAE via Getty Images
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2006 -- SF David Noel, 39th overall, North Carolina
CAREER STATS: 2.7 PPG, 1.8 RPG, 1.0 APG, 36.7 FG%, 32.1 3PT FG% in 68 games. COMMENT: Due to the Jamaal Magloire trade, the Bucks didn't have a first-round pick in 2006. Noel was Milwaukee's lone pick in the 2006 draft, and he didn't make much of a lasting impact in the NBA. The 6-foot-6 forward played just one year with Milwaukee before making a career of playing professionally overseas. He spent the 2013-14 season with Orleans Loiret Basket in France.
2005 -- C Andrew Bogut, 1st overall, Utah
CAREER STATS: 11.6 PPG, 9.3 RPG, 2.2 APG, 1.6 BPG, 52.8 FG% in 507 games. COMMENT: What could have been? That's the question that will long hover over Bogut's time in Milwaukee. The skilled center simply never could stay healthy. Bogut and the Bucks were playing their best basketball late in 2010 when the big man took a serious fall against the Phoenix Suns, suffering severe elbow and wrist injuries. Bogut has never been the same, as his Bucks career ended with a fractured ankle suffered in January of 2012. The Australian was a very good player while in Milwaukee, but he didn't have the franchise-changing impact a No. 1 overall pick is expected to have. He might have been on his way to realizing that before his ugly injury in 2010. The Bucks traded Bogut to Golden State in March 2012.
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2003 -- T.J. Ford, 8th overall, Texas
CAREER STATS: 11.2 PPG, 3.1 RPG, 5.8 APG, 1.2 SPG, 43.3 FG%. COMMENT: In a draft that produced LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh and Carmelo Anthony, the Bucks didn't land one of those superstars. The 6-foot point guard played 55 games in his rookie season before he suffered a contusion of the spinal cord after falling to the floor hard after being fouled by Minnesota's Mark Madsen. The injury could have been career-ending, but Ford returned for the 2005-06 season after sitting out a full year. He averaged 12.2 points and 6.6 assists for the Bucks in 2005-06 before he was traded to Toronto in the offseason. Ford went on to play six more years in the NBA with the Raptors, Pacers and Spurs. Photo: Brian Bahr/Getty Images