The Nets like versatile players, and are intrigued by James Johnson and Earl Clark. Johnson is best suited as a small forward, but played both shooting guard and power forward at times for Wake Forest.
"I consider myself as a three. That's what they're looking at me as, a three," said Johnson.
"But I can mix it up a little bit. I run the two if I have to, run the four if I have to."
Louisville's Clark is seen by many as a point forward, and has been labeled as soft.
"I'm going to play a combination of positions," said Clark. "I think I've got the talent to play a lot of positions offensively, also defensively. That's what makes me special in the draft. I want to end up in the right situation, somewhere that fits my style, (with a) coach going to let me play, coach that likes playing rookies."