The player I was most surprised to see go undrafted was former top-30 talent Michael Dunigan. He has good size, a solid head on his shoulders and did well this past season in Estonia. In fact, I actually thought he might be a better player than new Golden State Warriors big man Jeremy Tyler.
Kawhi Leonard's teammate at San Diego State, Malcolm Thomas, is another player I was surprised to see didn't have his name called by deputy commissioner Adam Silver. Joshua from The Mikan Drill wrote up a solid review of Thomas's game here and there's no doubt he had more talent than some of the second round selections.
Julyan Stone was supposed to be drafted, at least according to the rumors, but that didn't work out when all was said and done. He's a legit prospect, however.
Greg Smith is another player who surprisingly went undrafted after leaving Fresno State following a solid -- but not outstanding -- sophomore season in which he averaged 11.7 points and 8.1 rebounds. At 6-foot-10 with an 8-foot-11 reach, one would have to think he was probably worth a pick based on size and upside if nothing else.
Who should we look at? I like Lighty and Hopson.