If Rose can stay on the court he's going to put up huge numbers, probably between 22 and 25 points, three to four rebounds and six to eight assists per game with a couple threes sprinkled in. Don't expect much defensive production out of him; he's averaged a steal per game only once in five seasons, and never came close to averaging a block. All this being said, Rose does carry some injury risk. Subsequently, I'd feel a little uncomfortable drafting him in the middle or late first round (which is where he would go if injuries weren't an issue) but I'd be happy to draft him anywhere in round 2. In my view, he should be the fourth point guard off the board, behind Paul, Westbrook and Curry.