OK, I'll bite and break down Acie Law IV, even though the chances of him being there at No. 20 are slim.
Law: 6-3, 22-year-old point guard from TAMU, also known as Texas Agricultural and Mechanical University. Apparently the institution has an athletics program. Who knew?
Strengths: He's a lefty, but apparently everybody is these days. He's a score-first point guard, which is normally considered a fault, but given that would be playing with Dwyane Wade, who handles the ball most of the time, it's probably better that he has the ability to score and make defenses pay for doubling either Wade or Shaq. He can create because he's quick, is a streaky shooter, but when he's on it's impressive. Likes to push the tempo, which is always good. He has the reputation as a clutch player. Kind of smallish, but even with that build he managed to shoot 50 percent from the field in a physical Big 12 conference, and he shot 46 percent from three. His best scoring game of the season came against a good Texas team, 33 points, even though it was in double-overtime. His biggest assist game also came against the Horns, when he dropped 15 dimes.
Weaknesses: Again, not exactly a prototypical point guard, so his assist-to-turnover in college was hardly impressive (1.92:1 his senior season). Defense would be an issue because of his frame. So is mixing it up in the paint. As good as his streakiness is when he's on, it probably is ugly when he's off. Overall, though, there's not a whole lot to dislike about him, especially if he's available at No. 20. He probably won't ever be a superstar, but he's solid.
Would I draft him if I was the Heat? Of course. I mean, he turned an agricultural school into a NCAA tournament team.