Ed Davis

GP 61 l PPG 7.3 l RPG 7.0 l FG% 58.2 Some recent 13th picks from the NBA Draft: Julian Wright, Sean May, Sebastian Telfair, Marcus Banks, Marcus Haislip, Courtney Alexander. Davis might need to add some bulk and some touch, but the Raptors will take his rebounding knack and solid help defence with that pick over and over again.

Part of the future? Definitely. Cagey defensive players who are efficient offensively that are still on their rookie contracts are solid gold.
DeMar DeRozan

GP 78 l PPG 17.1 l RPG 3.9 l FG% 47.2 DeRozan got stronger as the season carried on. In 22 games since the all-star break, he has averaged 19.9 points per game on nearly 48% shooting. He is also the only Raptor to play in every game this season. He still needs to improve his defence, handling and three-point shot.

Part of the future? Definitely. He should be the Raptors' starting shooting guard as long as he wants to be here.

Andrea Bargnani

GP 66 l PPG 21.4 l RPG 5.2 l FG% 44.8 His scoring average went up, mostly because he took more field goals and free throws this year. His rebounding remained abysmal, with his help defence not far behind. Five years into his career, it is tough to argue he can be anything more than that.

Part of the future? Probably. He is still the best offensive piece the Raptors have. If Colangelo moves him, they are going to need more compensation than he probably can bring back.

Sonny Weems

GP 58 l PPG 9.4 l RPG 2.6 l FG% 44.4 At the end of last year, it seemed as if Weems' ceiling could be as high as his friend DeRozan's.

Not anymore. A back injury derailed him, but even healthy, Weems seemed a little too shothappy and a little too inefficient at everything else.

Part of the future? Unlikely, unless they are trying to appease DeRozan. Needed to show more on defence.
Source: National Post

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