The playoffs are in full swing, but after the ping pong balls were dropped Tuesday night in the NBA draft lottery, many teams now turn their focus to prospective players who can help them get to the next level. This year’s draft does not have a prototypical superstar, but there are more than a few potential stars to pick from.
The Celtics , although battling with Orlando right now for the right to represent the Eastern Conference in the NBA finals , pick 19th overall in the June 24 draft. With an aging roster, the Celtics hope to land a player who can be productive for years to come.
On Wednesday, we gave you 10 candidates for selection by the Celtics . We’ve also bounced around the web to find out what other sites are predicting for the C’s. What we found is a variety of predictions, with Butler standout Gordon Hayward the only one to be budgeted to Boston by a few prognosticators.
NBADraft.net  has the C’s grabbing Luke Babbit, a 6-foot-8 small forward/power forward hybrid from Nevada. Touted as a highly skilled big man, Babbit possesses a strong 3-point touch as well as an impressive mid-range game. He averaged 21.9 points per game last season as a sophomore while shooting 41 percent from beyond the arc. He is described as a tweener, however, and will have a difficult time defending small forwards in the NBA.
The same site is predicting the C’s will draft Sherron Collins, a 5-11 point guard from Kansas, with their second selection, 52nd overall. Collins, who had a very successful career at Kansas ‘ winning a title his sophomore year ‘ will come into the league a bit raw. He is quick and elusive and has proven he can handle the ball when the game is on the line. Ultimately, he could be a good backup for Rondo, but cannot play any other positions. His size does not allow him to play 2 guard, so he would serve as a spark off the bench.
Yahoo!Sports  has the Celtics taking Elliot Williams, a 6-5 shooting guard from Memphis who transferred from Duke. Even if they re-sign free agent Ray Allen , the C’s could stand to shore up their depth at guard. Although Yahoo! explains that Williams’ outside game needs some work, he could be a good addition to an already impressive backcourt.
MyNBADraft.com  and TheHoopDoctors.com  have the Celtics taking Hayward, the NCAA  tournament standout from underdog Butler. Hayward averaged 15 points and eight rebounds a game last season while shooting 46 percent from the floor. HoopsWorld.com  also has the C’s taking Hayward in the first round, then 6-5 SF/PF Marquis Blakely from Vermont in the second round.
Hoopshype.com  has the Celtics staying in New England to take 6-9 small forward Stanley Robinson of Connecticut.
At ESPN.com , Chard Ford’s version 2.0 mock draft has the Celtics going with Xavier Henry, a 6-7 shooting guard from Kansas.
CollegeHoops.net  has the Green taking 6-9 forward Larry Sanders from VCU in the first round and then going international in Round 2 to take 6-4 French point guard Antoine Diot.
AOL FanHouse  has the Celtics taking Artsiom Parakhouski, a 6 -11 center from Radford.
Ian Thomsen at SI.com  has the C’s taking Willie Warren, a 6-4 combo guard from Oklahoma who comes with some questions about his attitude.
Draftology.com  has the Celtics going small, taking 6-4 Xavier shooting guard Jordan Crawford in Round 1 and 6-2 Villanova point guard Scottie Reynolds in Round 2.