Hansbrough is in the mix for the Bulls at #16 according to Chad Ford.
Another player who really seems to have helped
himself at the combine was UNC's Tyler Hansbrough. He has been knocked
for being too short to play in the NBA, but he measured over 6-8 in
socks, had a solid 6-foot-11 wingspan and a standing reach that was an
inch taller than Blake Griffin's. While Hansbrough isn't the explosive
athlete that Griffin is, he isn't terrible, either.
I hear the Bulls are looking at him as high as No. 16.
Tyler Hansbrough has been someone many have reviled as a potential Bulls pick for several years now due to his lack of size/athleticism, and the fact that he just seems like the exact type of player the Bulls would select.
I haven't scouted Hansbrough extensively yet, but his NBA Pre-draft camp measurements were very favorable for him relative to expectations. His 6'9.5 in shoes measurement would make him 6'10 by typical NBA height listing standards. His standing reach is fairly short for his height though as I'd typically hope for at least 9 feet of reach from my PF. It will be interesting to see how he fairs in the athletic testing when those numbers are released.
I'll have more to say about Hansbrough in another week or so when I get time to do extensive scouting on him. Still, based on reputation, I don't know that I'd be all that upset with Hansbrough at #16. Maybe he could be had at #20, but it's unlikely he falls to #26, and if you like a guy then there's no shame in taking him a few picks early.