As part of our coverage leading up to the 2015 NBA Draft we will provide profiles of more than 60 prospects, including video interviews with each player, what they're saying leading up to draft day as well as their potential fit on the Bulls.
Aaron Harrison, G, Kentucky
6'6" | 209 lbs. | 20 years old
11.0 points, 1.4 assists, 39.5 field-goal percentage, 31.6 3-point percentage
"I think I was always on the court with four other NBA players, so I think I'm kind of used to playing with talent. I think that'll help."
Fit for the Bulls:
Harrison might be the least-touted of the seven Kentucky players in the draft, but that doesn't mean he isn't a viable option for a team later on in the second round. Harrison has plenty going for him, even if he's not as highly ranked as his brother or many of John Calipari's giants from a season ago. His shooting percentages during his sophomore season left a little to be desired, but he has the experience of playing on one of the best teams in recent college basketball memory. As for the Bulls, they're expected to be locked in with Jimmy Butler at the shooting guard position, figuring to give him a big payday this offseason. But Butler's versatility could also mean plugging a potential hole at the small forward position. Still, Harrison isn't expected to be in line for many minutes his rookie year, and he'd be drafted for depth purposes. And guard could require more depth on the Bulls bench with the presumed departure of Aaron Brooks.