#1 Draft Prospect: Matisse Thybulle Fresh out of Washington, Matisse Thybulle is next in a long line of Thunder defensive specialists. The back-to-back Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year shows big potential to follow the footsteps of Gary Payton (Sonics), Thabo Sefolosha and Andŕe Roberson. He averaged over 2 steals and blocks per game in his senior season as a member of theWashington Huskies. He also broke Gary Payton's single season record for steals in the Pac-12 Conference. Also, knowing that Thunder Guard Russell Westbrook also held his title in 2008, it is notable that he is the type of player OKC needs. Standing at 6'6", with a weight of 200 lbs. and a 7-foot wingspan, he has the size to potentially guard all positions, just as Roberson does. On the offensive end, Matisse Thybulle packs a punch of good shooting percentages. Though he shot 30% from 3 in his last season, he did shot over 35% in total throughout his years in Washington. He can also finish in the rim well, most likely with his signature floater. He is also a great transition scorer and can be utilized for OKC's signature transitions game. Though he does have problems in terms of getting his own shot and finishing with both hands to the rim, he still shoots well enough to be a spot-up shooter from beyond the arc. With all of his defensive capabilities and a promising skill set on the offensive end, he may be able to be in a 3&D caliber with Danny Green and Courtney Lee. Thus, he will be an evolution in the history of Thunder defenders. And knowing that this upcoming season is Andŕe Roberson's final stint as a Thunder player, it is nice to know that there is already a player that will step up on defense and be his replacement.