DeAndre Hulett (46th pick, 2000)
DeeAndre Hulett was a second round draft pick of the Raptors back in 2000. He played one year of college ball, for the [junior college] "College Of The Sequoias". (Yeah, that powerhouse.) Hulett left after one season and went to the IBL in a bid to raise his draft stock. (Yeah, that powerhouse.) After a season of averaging roughly 8/2, he declared for the draft, and was picked 46th, basically on account of his 48 inch vertical leap. Since then, Hulett has done the rounds, playing for at least 4 Domincan Republic teams, as well as stops in the CBA, USBL, NDBL [as it was], Italy, France, Germany, Finland and Iceland (yeah, that powerhouse), performing reasonably well against low standards of opposition.
And from March 2010:
Raptors draft pick DeeAndre Hulett is a veteran of the Central American leagues, yet he had disappeared from the scene in December 2008 when he left his Mexican team, Potros. Over a year passed, but he eventually reappeared last month when he signed with the Domincan Republic team, Cupes De Los Pepines (which I think translates as "Cucumber CoupÃ©s"). Statistics are unavailable.
Hulett has not played since then. He worked out with the Pistons last summer, but that doesn't really mean anything - lots of players work out with teams during the summer, and they don't need to be on the team's radar to do it. (See also: Damien Lolar, the player J.R. Smith choked.) Hulett is currently studying for a criminal justice degree at Davenport University in Michigan, doubling as an assistant coach at Caro high school.
Chances of making the NBA expressed as an arbitrary percentage: 0%