Summary: There aren't many holes to McLemore's game, which is why he has emerged as a legitimate candidate for the top overall pick in the 2013 NBA Draft. McLemore is a dynamic offensive threat from beyond the arc or using his athleticism at the rim. He has all the tools to be a complete shooting guard at the next level.
Player Comparison: O.J. Mayo. Mayo was highly touted coming out of USC and is a more-than-capable scorer from everywhere on the floor. Mayo is better at creating off the bounce, but McLemore can match his explosiveness at the rim and pure outside shot. I think McLemore has a higher ceiling than what Mayo has shown thus far in the league, but they have a lot of similarities.
Davenport comes to a great situation to compete because the Texans needed tackle help badly. Davenport has the quickness, length, and athleticism to be a starting left tackle but he lacks strength and is a finesse player.
David Sharpe is a nice right tackle pick for the Raiders. They lost Menelik Watson in free agency and Oakland needed some tackle depth. Especially considering Donald Penn is aging, Sharpe's left tackle experience is valuable.