The dust has settled since the NBA Draft. Here are the grades for the Southeast Division.

Washington Wizards: None

The Wizards had no draft picks. Washington will be evaluated based on who they can bring in free agency, or by trade.

Atlanta Hawks: B

The Hawks drafted John Collins with the No. 19 overall pick, Tyler Dorsey at No. 41, and Alpha Kaba at No. 60. Earlier in the week, the Hawks sent Dwight Howard and the No. 31 overall pick to the Bobcats for Miles Plumlee, Marco Belinelli, and the No. 41 pick. The Hawks are likely to lose Paul Millsap to free agency which means the Hawks are tearing everything down and starting from scratch.

The Hawks found themselves a solid future role player in Collins. The Wake Forest product has been said to be an old school player that gets the job done. He can play in the post and be an effective rebounder. Dorsey shows flashes of being a great scorer and was definitely one of the reasons that Oregon made a final four. Kaba was the last pick in the draft, but who knows what he could be. Overall, the Hawks started a rebuilding project with a good start.

Miami Heat: F

The Heat selected Edrice Adebayo with the No. 14 overall pick. Adebayo was not even the first or second best player for the University of Kentucky. Justin Jackson, T.J. Leaf, DJ Wilson, and Collins are all better players with more NBA promise then Adebayo.

The Heat missed the playoffs last season. It doesn't look like they are making means in helping themselves get better.

Charlotte Hornets: B+

The Hornets selected Malik Monk at No. 11 overall and Dwane Bacon at No. 40 overall. The Monk pick is a steal for the Hornets. Monk was projected in the top three at one point last season before he lost a little bit of his shooting touch.

Monk could be a scorer off the bench like Jamal Crawford, or Kyle Korver. He could be someone that hits a needed three point shot. Combine Monk with the Howard trade, it was a swell week for the Hornets.

Orlando Magic: B+

The Magic selected Jonathan Isaac with the No. 6 overall pick and Wesley Iwundu with the No. 31 overall pick.

The Magic's pick of Isaac is a great pick. Issac could be a legitimate point guard in the league; however, it is hard to trust the judgment of the Magic's draft history. The Magic haven't drafted a player that has turned into an all-star since 2004 when Howard became a great player. The grade is for this draft though, and Isaac has the most upside to become a face of the franchise. Regardless, the Magic still have work to do to be competitive.