Tony Wroten Jr. is one of the most interesting players in the 2012 NBA Draft without a doubt.

The 6'5" 205lb. combo guard can flat out score. He's long, very athletic and has a tremendous amount of upside. But, with every player packed with upside, your bound to come across some lows in his game. Tony may be a good scorer, but he needs some work on his jumper and needs to pay a little more attention to his shot selection.

Tony Spent last season -- his only season in college -- at the University of Washington. His team won the Pac-12 regular season championship but failed to close it out in the conference tournament. Wroten Jr. averaged a little over 16 points per contest in '11-'12. He also compiled over 3.6 assists and 5 rebounds per game proving his versatility and overall package.

ESPN's Chad Ford notes that Wroten Jr. could be a great passer down the road due to his size and vision. Rondo? No, not quite. However, I think with the right tutelage, he could be close.

Now like I said when it comes to guys with lots of upside, they're all over the board with their games. Well, Tony is all over all NBA draft boards. ESPN has him slotted at No. 23 whereas NBADraft.net along with several other services alike pinned Wroten Jr. somewhere around the 33rd overall selection, maybe even deeper.

Wroten Jr.'s size is uncanny for his position and that needs to be noted. He's bigger than Gilbert Arenas and we all know how much success he had in his career -- well, the early part of it at least.

In reality, Wroten Jr. falling to Chicago at No. 29 is not likely, but it would be a steal for the Bulls.