Waiting For Next Year has a rundown of where the Cavs sit in this draft. It's got a good rundown on popular picks, as well as an analysis of what the common consensus is on their pick. While who's hot for any team will change about a trillion times between now and the Draft, there are two guys that stand out right now for Cleveland.
Brandon Rush versus Chris Douglas Roberts.
Here's Corndogg's take on why they should take Rush:
While not as long as CDR, Rush is physical and deceptively quick on defense. He is also bulkier than CDR and will have the same toughness to his game that Mike Brown likes in his players. By all accounts a good locker room guy and one to never get needled by criticism, Rush can focus simply on delivering nightly for the Cavs and should be fine dealing with a superstar like James. His passing skills are great for an off the ball player (although the Cavs are hurting for guys that know what to do with a sharp assist). He and Lebron could both benefit from each other's skill set. I feel that Rush's smarts and savvy will be a great asset to a Cavs team that turns itself inside out about every third week. As much as they need a good defender, they need an even better finisher and offensive weapon. Rush gets my vote on that every time.