26. Portland Trail Blazers: Caleb Swanigan, Purdue, PF, 6-8, 249
Swanigan projects as a small-ball center in the NBA as he is a little undersized and a non-impressive athlete, who measured the third worst vertical jump at the combine. He is capable of creating his own offense in the low post, however, and is a capable three-point shooter, making 44% of his long-range shots last season after converting only 29% as a freshman. Swanigan also has solid court vision, averaging 3.7 assists per 40 minutes. He is turnover-prone, however, and coughed the ball up 4.1 times per 40 minutes last season.