There's been talk about taking a chance with Elijah Millsap in the second round. There's definitely low risk to taking him there and that's fine if he's the best that's left at that point. He seems to be somewhere between Paul and their older brother John skill-wise. He's not on Paul's level but appears he's going to have a better basketball career than John.
I see him getting training camp invites and just missing out on making a roster. So that leaves a D-League stint or playing in Europe. Here's some recent stuff that I found on Elijah,
Barkley also said that UAB's Elijah Millsap, another early NBA draft entrant, "should stay in school.'' And then one of the NBA's 50 greatest players, who turned pro after three years at Auburn, started rolling on the subject.
"I don't know what these kids are thinking,'' he said. "If you're not going to go in the lottery, or in the first round, you should not go in the NBA draft. You put yourself in basketball limbo. You won't have anywhere to play. I'm not a big disciple of the D League (the NBDL).