2012 NBA Mock Draft: ESPN Projects John Jenkins To Bulls

The Chicago Bulls hold the No. 29 pick in the 2012 NBA Draft, so the results of the lottery didn't directly impact their pick, but now that the top 14 selections have been assigned the mock draft scene is heating up. Over at ESPN, Chad Ford released his 2012 NBA Mock Draft 5.0 (insider only) just hours after the lottery ended, and in it he projects Vanderbilt shooting guard John Jenkins to the Bulls.

Jenkins is a 6-foot-4 shooter with good range and a quick release on his shot, so he could help the Bulls space the floor and stretch the defense as a role player. Other prospects still on the board at the Bulls' pick include G Doron Lamb, C Festus Ezeli, F Royce White and G Tyshawn Taylor.

For more on NBA Draft prospect rankings, be sure to check out this breakdown of the hierarchy and the changes on Draft Express and ESPN.

For more, stick with SB Nation Chicago. For more on the Bulls, head over to Blog a Bull. For additional news, notes and analysis from around the NBA, visit SB Nation's NBA news hub.

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