When you play on the same team as your twin brother, you've got to do something to distinguish yourself. Markieff Morris proved to be the more useful Morris for Fantasy, going from a streaming option to a solid bench player over the course of the season. His 13.8 points per game is nice, but the 6.0 rebounds he averaged helped him reach must-add status toward the end of the year. He also put up nice shooting numbers, hitting 49 percent of his field goals and 79 percent of his free throws. If he gets nine shots a game like he did last season, he'll be a nice mid-to-late round pickup in drafts. The concern is that first-round pick TJ Warren comes in and takes away from the role Morris pinned down coming off the bench last season. Still, productive forwards are hard to come by after the middle rounds, so consider this Morris a smart gamble after the first 100 players leave the draft board.