2012 NBA Mock Draft: Guard John Jenkins On Bulls' Radar?

In the latest 2012 NBA mock draft projections from the analysts at HOOPSWORLD, the Chicago Bulls are given a few different players at No. 29, including Vanderbilt junior guard John Jenkins. Shooting guard is one area in which the Bulls may look to improve (and get younger) through the draft.

Here's what DraftExpress has to say about Jenkins:

Besides improving his 3-point percentages from 41% to 44% (an important development), Jenkins' stat line as a junior is practically a carbon copy of what he posted last year, and his outlook from an NBA perspective also remains largely the same from the last time we profiled him. One of the best shooters in the country with great versatility in getting his shot off, Jenkins has one clear-cut, high-level NBA skill, but still struggles to consistently stand out in other areas.

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