Michigan forward D-J Wilson is the Milwaukee Bucks’ first round draft choice. New general manager Jon Horst took the 6-10 Wilson with the 17th pick Thursday night, saying he’s a versatile athlete with a long wingspan — and he’s a solid shot blocker who can play either forward spot or at center. A sprained knee made him sit out his freshman year at Michigan and he played for two seasons, improving last year with game averages of eleven points, five rebounds, and one point five blocked shots. Wilson scored 17 against Wisconsin in the Big Ten Tournament title game in March and had ten points and 12 rebounds against Marquette. The Bucks have two pending trades in the second round, getting the 46th pick from Philadelphia to draft S-M-U guard Sterling Brown — and they reportedly sold their scheduled 48th pick to the L-A Clippers to get Sindarious Thornwell from South Carolina.