2012 NBA Mock Draft: Chad Ford Still Has Bulls Taking John Jenkins

In his latest mock draft, ESPN's Chad Ford projects the Chicago Bulls to select Vanderbilt shooting guard John Jenkins with the 29th overall pick. It's the same projection that Ford had in his mock draft from last week, so clearly he believes that there's a good fit here.

The Bulls need a shooter and Jenkins has one of the best strokes in the draft. His super-quick release and ability to finish at the basket make him an interesting prospect here.

Going into next season, scoring will be an obvious need for the Bulls, particularly if Derrick Rose's rehab doesn't progress as planned. While they likely won't be able to find some immediate impact with the 29th pick, adding some depth on the wings will likely be a primary focus.

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