2012 NBA Draft: Celtics Linked To Tony Wroten and Arnett Moultrie

In the latest edition of SB Nation's 2012 NBA Mock Draft by Tom Ziller, the Boston Celtics pick up a pair of talented players in Tony Wroten and Arnett Moultrie with the 21st and 22nd picks in the first round.

Wroten is a guard out of the University of Washington who has a ton of upside. The youngster is a good passer who can get in the lane and subsequently to the line. However, he's not a very accurate free-throw shooter and doesn't have any touch from the outside, a la Rajon Rondo. Wroten is a very raw player who might take a few years to develop.

Moultrie would be a steal if he fell all the way to Boston. The Mississippi State forward is a powerful big man at 6-foot-11 but just 233 pounds. When he fills his frame out, Moultrie might be a dominant presence with his balance and quickness. While he's a good rebounder, he also needs to improve on shooting from the line.

Overall though, this would be a great haul for Doc Rivers and the Celtics.

For more on the Celtics, please be sure to visit Celtics Blog and SB Nation Boston for all the latest news and updates.

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