Baylor forward Quincy Miller is the Denver Nuggets' selection with the 20th overall pick in Jonathan Givony's latest mock draft for DraftExpress.com. Many believe that the Nuggets will look to add depth at point guard, but Givony thinks the team will take advantage of its lack of obvious needs:
The Nuggets have good depth at pretty much every position. This should allow them to draft the most talented player that falls to No. 20. Miller was considered the No. 1 prospect in his high school class before tearing his anterior cruciate ligament. His terrific combination of size, length and scoring instincts could make him a steal for Denver.
As a freshman at Baylor, Miller averaged 10.6 PPG, 4.9 RPG and 1.4 APG while shooting 45 percent from the field and 35 percent from long range. While those numbers are underwhelming, they're a poor reflection of Miller's ultimate upside, which is obviously quite high.