The 2012 NBA Draft will take place on Thursday, June 28. The Bulls have only the 29th pick. It's unsure whether or not they'll trade to move up or gather more picks.
Looking at mock drafts are most useful not for pinpoint predictions, but to see the ranges at which players are likely to go and display a good range of players who will be available to the Bulls; which is why I expanded these mocks to go through the first ten picks of the second round.
The consensus top pick is Anthony Davis. Thomas Robinson and Bradley Beal are becoming the consensus #2 and #3. After that, top tens are very similar with differing orders, but the top seven all include Harrison Barnes, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Andre Drummond, and Damien Lillard. In the past weeks: Lillard entered this group; Beal has shot up the boards; and Drummond has fallen from what was seeming like a guaranteed top four to somewhere in the #4-to-#7 range.
The polarizing views on Quincy Miller and Tony Wroten, the elite shooting with nothing else to bring to the table has John Jenkins all over the place, and Jeffrey Taylor looking like a first round guarantee gives a better picture of the Bulls' options.