4. Shelvin Mack
After starring in college at Butler alongside Gordon Hayward, Mack was taken by the Washington Wizards in the second round of the 2011 NBA Draft. He appeared in 64 games as a rookie, but the following season, 2012-13, Mack found himself in the D-League where he played 23 games with the Maine Red Claws. Mack was named a D-League All-Star that year and was ranked as the No. 5 prospect to watch for a call-up that season. From there, Mack went back to Washington, then to the Philadelphia 76ers, followed by the Atlanta Hawks and this year, the Utah Jazz where he was once again teamed up with his old college teammate in Hayward. While in the D-League, over 23 games Mack averaged 20.1 points, 7.7 assists and 4.3 rebounds.