Milwaukee Bucks: Options At No. 36

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Mar 23, 2014; Raleigh, NC, USA; Virginia Cavaliers guard Joe Harris (12) shoots the ball against Memphis Tigers guard Geron Johnson (55) during the first half of a men

Joe Harris, SF, Virginia

Harris, a 6-foot-6, 215-pound small forward, will be 23 in September,

The senior averaged 12 points, 2.9 rebounds and 2.3 assists in 28.8 minutes per game last season for the Cavaliers, shooting .441/.400/.640.

Harris did not grade out well athletically at the draft combine, with a wingspan of 6-foot-6, but he is a terrific perimeter shooter. He also showed an ability to create for himself off the dribble, something he did not often display at Virginia.

Defensively, Harris struggled, with his limited athleticism leaving him at a disadvantage. Playing for a defensive-minded coach in college, Tony Bennett, Harris showed he could make the right rotations and be in the right position, but he was often not athletic enough to finish the play, something that could make him a big liability at the NBA level.

His shooting is obviously his biggest asset, so long as he is able to create enough space to get his shot off against NBA defenders. He also is a good creator for his teammates when coming off screens and he could be a hit with a coach in half-court sets.

Projected to come off the board:  No. 36-undrafted.