With the 23rd overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft, the Atlanta Hawks selected John Jenkins out of Vanderbilt University.  The 6'4" shooting guard averaged 19.9 points per game in his junior and final season with the Vanderbilt Commodores, while shooting 43.9% from beyond the arc (best in the NCAA).  I think this was a great pick by the Hawks.  I think during his rookie season, Jenkins will play a sixth man role for the Hawks, especially if Tracy McGrady opts not to re-sign with the team.  As a high-volume scorer, Jenkins could be the same kind of player in the second unit that the Hawks had in Jamal Crawford.  I also think that Jenkins will benefit from playing behind Joe Johnson.  Johnson is a veteran sharpshooter, but he has learned to score in other ways, like driving to the hole.  I think playing behind Johnson will help Jenkins become a more versatile player. With the 43rd pick in the 2012 NBA Draft, the Hawks selected Mike Scott out of the University of Virginia.  The 6'8" power forward averaged 18 points per game and 8.3 rebounds per game as a senior with the Virginia Commodores.  I think that Scott could be an effective inside presence off the bench for the Hawks. Overall, I was very pleased with the selections that the Hawks made.  I wish both Jenkins and Scott luck with the Hawks.