2019 NBA Draft Tracker

The 2019 draft NBA has concluded

Check below for the complete rundown and analysis of all of the picks and trades

RD Pick Team Grade
1 1 team logo Deandre Ayton C, ARIZ
Height: 7-1  Weight: 260

Ayton is the obvious pick. He's big and strong and has the tools to become a dominant offensive big man. He has the athleticism to become a better defender than he showed in college. He will fit well next to Devin Booker. But he probably doesn't have the most upside, and he's not the safest bet, either. And he presents the question of whether you want to build around a big man in today's NBA.

B+

No stats available.

1 2 team logo Marvin Bagley III PF, DUKE
Height: 6-11  Weight: 234

Bagley is an explosive athlete with an incredible motor -- Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski said he's never had a player with as much talent work so hard. He was a hyper-productive college player, too. He's got the same potential of 2014 No. 1 pick Andrew Wiggins with more size and hustle. But the question is whether he can be a winning player, given his flaws on defense and unclear positional fit on that end.

B-

No stats available.

1 3 team logo Luka Doncic SG, INTL
Height: 6-8  Weight: 228

With a reported trade, the Mavericks get their man here. The decision to pony up a future first-rounder was big just to move up two spots, but Doncic has the combination of NBA readiness and upside to be a star. Doncic can immediately slot into the Mavericks' starting lineup and be a difference maker, playing alongside the greatest European player in NBA history.

A-

No stats available.

1 4 team logo Jaren Jackson Jr. PF, MICHST
Height: 6-11  Weight: 236

Jackson has huge upside, particularly on the defensive end. He also was not particularly productive in college, often disappearing because of foul trouble and not taking an engaged role in Michigan State's offense. He could be the futuristic big man that NBA teams are looking for, and he can fit next to Marc Gasol or replace him long term. But will he be a star or an unrealized prospect?

B-

No stats available.

1 5 team logo Trae Young PG, OKLA
Height: 6-2  Weight: 178

This Hawks grade is for a player with a huge upside -- arguably the best shooter and passer in this class -- but also for a second pick with huge upside. Young gives Atlanta a potential star, but so does a pick that is protected only Nos. 1-5 in next year's draft. That could be a top-10 pick easily and helps Atlanta's rebuild under former Warriors executive Travis Schlenk.

A

No stats available.

1 6 team logo Mohamed Bamba PF, TEXAS
Height: 7-1  Weight: 226

Bamba's record-setting 7-foot-10 wingspan equals his obvious defensive potential. But it's on the offensive end where he could make an impact that few are discussing. The brilliant, mature New York City native has perhaps the highest ceiling in this draft, and he showed it by retooling his shot in the three months after the season ended.

A+

No stats available.

1 7 team logo Wendell Carter Jr. C, DUKE
Height: 6-10  Weight: 251

Carter is as solid and easy to fit into an NBA lineup as anyone still available at this point. His upside is low, compared to some home-run options, but he should be a stable NBA center for a long time. He's very smart and fits well with Lauri Markkanen.

B

No stats available.

1 8 team logo Collin Sexton PG, BAMA
Height: 6-2  Weight: 183

Sexton is the middle ground for the Cavaliers. He could play with LeBron James, should the King return. He could be the playmaker for a post-LeBron future, too. Michael Porter Jr. would have been the higher upside pick, but this one shouldn't offend anyone.

B+

No stats available.

1 9 team logo Kevin Knox SF, UK
Height: 6-9  Weight: 213

Knox is a fine prospect, but the big move was right there begging for the Knicks to take it. Michael Porter Jr. has so much more upside, and while Knox looks like a solid starter, this move definitely did not win over Knicks fans. Still, Knox can shoot and score and could play next to Kristaps Porzingis.

C+

No stats available.

1 10 team logo Mikal Bridges SF, NOVA
Height: 6-7  Weight: 210

Bridges to the 76ers was perfect. So of course it got traded. The Suns traded away Zhaire Smith -- a high-upside wing who could grow with the team -- and a 2021 first-rounder (via the Heat) for one of the older players in the class. Bridges could help their defense, though.

C-

No stats available.

1 11 team logo Shai Gilgeous-Alexander PG, UK
Height: 6-6  Weight: 180

The trade changes the take on this pick: The Clippers gave the Hornets two second-rounders to move up one spot, giving the Hornets No. 12. The Clippers need a point guard, but Gilgeous-Alexander isn't the highest-upside player available considering Michael Porter Jr. remains available.

B-

No stats available.

1 12 team logo Miles Bridges SF, MICHST
Height: 6-7  Weight: 220

The Hornets get the guy they wanted, plus two second-rounders simply to move down one spot. But Bridges, a great athlete, lacks the upside of Michael Porter Jr. He's a polished player, but is this another win-now pick from a franchise that might not be there yet?

B-

No stats available.

1 13 team logo Jerome Robinson SG, BC
Height: 6-5  Weight: 188

This might be the first true surprise pick. Robinson has talent and could be a good scorer to pair with Gilgeous-Alexander. But he's definitely lower upside than multiple players still available, and his less-than-elite athleticism brings up a defensive question mark. Also: How is Michael Porter Jr. still available?!

D+

No stats available.

1 14 team logo Michael Porter Jr. SF, MIZZOU
Height: 6-11  Weight: 211

The health questions were real. A back injury is serious. But Porter had the talent to be a top-three pick, and the value here -- to a team that needs help at forward -- is too good to pass up. The worry? The Nuggets are offensively stacked already. How will they defend?

A

No stats available.

1 15 team logo Troy Brown SG, OREG
Height: 6-7  Weight: 208

The fit is weird. Can Brown, who can play both guard spots, ever join John Wall on the court? He's not a good shooter yet, and he'll be a longer-term project than some other players available, such as Khyri Thomas. But he's also not as high-upside as Lonnie Walker IV. He's a good player at the right value, but how will it work?

C+

No stats available.

1 16 team logo Zhaire Smith SG, TXTECH
Height: 6-4  Weight: 199

The Sixers had a perfect pick at No. 10 with Mikal Bridges, an NBA-ready 3-and-D player. Then they traded down to get one of the most raw players. Will Smith be a contributor any time soon, the way Bridges could have been? He's got the potential to be an excellent player because of his absurd athleticism. But the Sixers should be thinking about next year, not 2021 (which is when they get the Suns' pick).

C+

No stats available.

1 17 team logo Donte DiVincenzo SG, NOVA
Height: 6-5  Weight: 201

"The Michael Jordan of Delaware" is ready to step in and be a shooter. And next to playmaking forward Giannis Antetokounmpo, he could play point guard or shooting guard. He'll join Malcolm Brogdon in that role and has more offensive upside. He's a playmaker with confidence who also can take a lot of roles.

A-

No stats available.

1 18 team logo Lonnie Walker IV SG, MIAMI
Height: 6-5  Weight: 196

Walker -- whose hair is amazing -- isn't ready to be a contributor, but the Spurs are a patient -- and very smart -- organization. There may have been health concerns, but he has as much upside as anyone available. He's a playmaking off-guard who could be good in a lot of roles because he can handle and shoot well.

B+

No stats available.

1 19 team logo Kevin Huerter SG, MD
Height: 6-7  Weight: 194

The Hawks may have exited this draft class with the two best shooters -- Huerter and Trae Young. That alone merits a good grade. Will Huerter ever be more than a solid role player? Probably not. But he could add a lot to a team that has needed help on the wings for years.

B+

No stats available.

1 20 team logo Josh Okogie SG, GATECH
Height: 6-5  Weight: 211

Okogie was kind of hidden on a mediocre college team, but he wowed at the NBA Draft Combine. He has all the tools to be a standout role player or even more, and he probably is among the best upside picks left. We're now wondering when Robert Williams will get picked, though.

B

No stats available.

1 21 team logo Grayson Allen SG, DUKE
Height: 6-5  Weight: 198

Offense for a team that needs offense. Allen is a great athlete with a varied skill set. He's a known commodity. He's not an upside pick, but he might have some left even after four years at Duke. He could play with Donovan Mitchell -- potentially a lot, if Mitchell slides to point guard long term.

B+

No stats available.

1 22 team logo Chandler Hutchison SF, BOISE
Height: 6-7  Weight: 197

This is a very Bulls pick. Hutchison isn't a high-upside player, but the Bulls like the guys who can translate quickly. He joins Wendell Carter Jr. on a team that is going with the polished products.

B

No stats available.

1 23 team logo Aaron Holiday PG, UCLA
Height: 6-1  Weight: 187

He's a scorer who can play on or off the ball. He's a point guard who doesn't make many mistakes. He's lightning fast. He's got two brothers who are solid NBA players. And the Pacers could use a point guard of the future. There's no losing with this pick.

A-

No stats available.

1 24 team logo Anfernee Simons SG,
Height: 6-3  Weight: 183

Athletic offensive player who has a whole lot of unknowns. How does this fit with the Blazers? Their immediate needs definitely aren't for an offensive-minded guard. But this isn't an immediate-needs pick. Simons has upside, at least.

C

No stats available.

1 25 team logo Moritz Wagner C, MICH
Height: 7-0  Weight: 241

Wagner has a lot of strengths. He's a good offensive player who plays hard and can shoot as a stretch-center. He's a creative scorer. But can he overcome his defensive disadvantages? Robert Williams has the defensive side covered, and he was the better pick here. He's becoming a real steal now.

C+

No stats available.

1 26 team logo Landry Shamet PG, WICHST
Height: 6-5  Weight: 189

They need a shooter because almost everyone on their roster who can shoot is a free agent. They get one of the draft's best. Shamet is a classic on-or-off-ball point guard with size. He could be a backup plan if Markelle Fultz doesn't ever find his fit, too.

B

No stats available.

1 27 team logo Robert Williams C, TEXAM
Height: 6-10  Weight: 240

The Celtics get the defensive-minded, elite-rebounding big man they needed. He's a great athlete who can defend in a lot of styles. Could he be the American Clint Capela? The 'steal of the draft' label could be his.

A+

No stats available.

1 28 team logo Jacob Evans III SF, CINCY
Height: 6-6  Weight: 200

The Warriors are getting a 3-and-D guy with a massive physique. He'll end up outperforming this spot by osmosis. Evans has been an overachiever at every level.

B+

No stats available.

1 29 team logo Dzanan Musa SF, INTL
Height: 6-9  Weight: 187

The Nets get a European shooter with some upside as a scorer. He's rail-thin but could develop because he's one of the younger players in this class.

B

No stats available.

1 30 team logo Omari Spellman C, NOVA
Height: 6-10  Weight: 254

Spellman can shoot and block shots, filling the role of modern center nicely. The Hawks get another big-time 3-point shooter at a very different size from Trae Young and Kevin Huerter. He doesn't fit with their current needs, but the turnover can happen quickly on a rebuilding roster.

B-

No stats available.

2 31 team logo Elie Okobo PG, INTL
Height: 6-2  Weight: 180

Okobo has high upside as a playmaker with size. In the second round, Phoenix will have a lot of options on how it develops him.

A-

No stats available.

2 32 team logo Jevon Carter PG, WVU
Height: 6-2  Weight: 196

Carter is a really solid defender who improved his offense at every stage. He's strong and reliable, and he'll grit-and-grind.

B+

No stats available.

2 33 team logo Jalen Brunson PG, NOVA
Height: 6-2  Weight: 198

This run on point guards now sees perhaps the most polished and definitely the most accomplished college player in this draft come off the board. Brunson's shooting and post game make him an interesting and unique player who projects to be an excellent backup for Dennis Smith Jr. Can they even play together?

A

No stats available.

2 34 team logo Devonte' Graham PG, KANSAS
Height: 6-2  Weight: 186

This pick was made by the Hornets, who need help at backup point guard. Kemba Walker -- whose future is uncertain -- needs someone who can give him a breather. Graham is polished, can shoot and has played on and off ball. His upside is very low, though, for a team that might have wanted a home-run swing.

B

No stats available.

2 35 team logo Melvin Frazier SG, TULANE
Height: 6-6  Weight: 198

Frazier's a pure 3-and-D player, but he's not exactly an upside pick or a playmaker. How will he play on a roster where he's going to have to find his own shots at an NBA level? It'll all be about how the Magic develop their offense.

C+

No stats available.

2 36 team logo Mitchell Robinson C,
Height: 7-0  Weight: 223

Giving Robinson guaranteed money was a scary proposition. He sat out for a full season -- opting to train on his own instead. But while the Knicks don't need another big man, this is the right spot for a guy with first-round talent.

B+

No stats available.

2 37 team logo Gary Trent Jr. SG, DUKE
Height: 6-6  Weight: 204

Trent will play for the Blazers, where he's yet another offensive-minded guard. But he's got the tools to develop long term. Perhaps the Blazers can use Anfernee Simons and Trent to push each other as rookies and second-year players.

B

No stats available.

2 38 team logo Khyri Thomas PG, CREIGH
Height: 6-4  Weight: 199

This is exactly what the Pistons, who acquired the pick from the overly pick-rich 76ers, needed. Thomas can play offense and defense at high levels right away. He's a first-round talent -- I had him as a top-20 prospect -- at a no-risk spot.

A+

No stats available.

2 39 team logo Isaac Bonga PG, INTL
Height: 6-9  Weight: 200

He's a very young player with great size who joins the Lakers. This is a win because you can try him out in a lot of roles, but he also might never be an NBA player.

B

No stats available.

2 40 team logo Rodions Kurucs SF, INTL
Height: 6-9  Weight: 205

There's an argument that Kurucs is better than first-rounder Dzanan Musa right now. His upside seems low, but he might actually be an NBA player, which is a fine value for a European in the 40s.

B+

No stats available.

2 41 team logo Jarred Vanderbilt PF, UK
Height: 6-9  Weight: 214

The Nuggets needed defense, and Vanderbilt specializes in that. But will there be any minutes? He might be put on a two-way contract at first.

B+

No stats available.

2 42 team logo Bruce Brown Jr. SG, MIAMI
Height: 6-5  Weight: 195

Brown is a crafty, versatile, useful player in a lot of roles. He could have been a first-rounder.

A-

No stats available.

2 43 team logo Justin Jackson SF, MD
Height: 6-7  Weight: 229

Jackson might have been a first-rounder last year. He played hurt and then had his season end prematurely this year, but it appears to have been a pretty much lost year. There were questions about his shot -- he made 3s as a freshman, but it never quite seemed truly sustainable -- that simply can't be answered.

B-

No stats available.

2 44 team logo Issuf Sanon PG, INTL
Height: 6-4  Weight: 185

He might be the most fun player to watch in the second round, but his free-flowing, erratic style doesn't project well to the NBA. If he can tame it down, he has a lot of natural talent.

C+

No stats available.

2 45 team logo Hamidou Diallo SF, UK
Height: 6-6  Weight: 197

Is he the best leaper in the NBA? Perhaps. But he's going to have to learn basketball skills now.

B+

No stats available.

2 46 team logo De'Anthony Melton PG, USC
Height: 6-3  Weight: 193

Melton was a victim of the FBI investigation into college basketball, but you simply won't find a player who can do more at the point guard position in this draft. He had lottery talent. The concern before the suspension was his jumper, but at this point, this is a tremendous pick.

A

No stats available.

2 47 team logo Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk SG, KANSAS
Height: 6-8  Weight: 212

Svi is a great shooter. Can he reach the NBA level in other areas?

B-

No stats available.

2 48 team logo Keita Bates-Diop PF, OHIOST
Height: 6-9  Weight: 224

My favorite pick of the second half of the second round. Bates-Diop could play right away for the Timberwolves. He fits next to Karl-Anthony Towns. He's tough, skilled and proven.

A

No stats available.

2 49 team logo Chimezie Metu PF, USC
Height: 6-10  Weight: 220

There was a time when he looked like a future first-rounder, but his developmental curve leveled off a little.

B-

No stats available.

2 50 team logo Alize Johnson PF, MOST
Height: 6-8  Weight: 217

He's a rebounder, but last season left a lot to be desired on the offensive end.

C+

No stats available.

2 51 team logo Tony Carr PG, PSU
Height: 6-5  Weight: 199

Carr was an unheralded stud in the Big Ten, but his fit at the NBA level, with the demands on an NBA point guard, isn't quite as easy.

B

No stats available.

2 52 team logo Vincent Edwards SF, PURDUE
Height: 6-8  Weight: 225

Edwards might be the most proven shooter in this draft -- year after year of consistent high-level results at every level from a stretchy position. He fits the Rockets' roster well.

A-

No stats available.

2 53 team logo Devon Hall SG, UVA
Height: 6-5  Weight: 211

The idea that he could be the next Malcolm Brogdon seems like a stretch. He simply didn't produce at nearly that level.

C+

No stats available.

2 54 team logo Shake Milton PG, SMU
Height: 6-6  Weight: 207

His huge wingspan, positional versatility and strong shooting made it seem like he could have been a late first-rounder.

A

No stats available.

2 55 team logo Arnoldas Kulboka SF, INTL
Height: 6-9  Weight: 220

At 6-10 and with a pure shooting stroke, he's going to have to figure out how to stay on the court enough to use those assets.

B-

No stats available.

2 56 team logo Ray Spalding PF, LVILLE
Height: 6-10  Weight: 215

His ability to fill a box score is intriguing, but he also has a lot of holes to his offense and might not be big enough to make the same defensive impact.

C

No stats available.

2 57 team logo Kevin Hervey SF, TXARL
Height: 6-8  Weight: 212

He absolutely deserved a spot in the second round and was the kind of productive college player who turns himself into a NBA role player.

A-

No stats available.

2 58 team logo Thomas Welsh C, UCLA
Height: 7-0  Weight: 255

His lack of shot-blocking and declining efficiency after Lonzo Ball left are worrisome, but he's a 7-footer.

C-

No stats available.

2 59 team logo George King SG, COLO
Height: 6-6  Weight: 225

Can a college role player become an NBA role player? It works sometimes.

C+

No stats available.

2 60 team logo Kostas Antetokounmpo SF, DAYTON
Height: 6-11  Weight: 195

If you've got a chance to grab Giannis Antetokounmpo's brother with the 60th pick, you do it. He's got great measurables, and he's worth the flier (on a former Flyer).

A+

No stats available.

RD Pick Trade
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The Atlanta Hawks have proposed to trade the draft rights to No. 3 overall pick Luka Doncic to the Dallas Mavericks in exchange for the draft rights to No. 5 overall pick Trae Young and a future first-round pick.

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The Philadelphia 76ers have proposed to trade the draft rights to No. 10 overall pick Mikal Bridges to the Phoenix Suns in exchange for the draft rights to No. 16 overall pick Zhaire Smith and a 2021 first-round pick.

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The Charlotte Hornets have proposed to trade the draft rights to No. 11 overall pick Shai Gilgeous-Alexander to the Los Angeles Clippers in exchange for the draft rights to No. 12 overall pick Miles Bridges and two future second-round picks.

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The Atlanta Hawks have proposed to trade the draft rights to No. 34 overall pick Devonte' Graham to the Charlotte Hornets in exchange for two future second-round picks.

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The Sacramento Kings have proposed to trade the draft rights to No. 37 overall pick Gary Trent Jr. to the Portland Trail Blazers in exchange for two future second-round picks.

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The Philadelphia 76ers have proposed to trade the draft rights to No. 38 overall pick Khyri Thomas to the Detroit Pistons in exchange for two future second-round picks.

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The Philadelphia 76ers have traded the 39th overall pick to the Los Angeles Lakers in exchange for a 2019 second-round selection and cash.

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The Orlando Magic have proposed to trade the draft rights to No. 41 overall pick Jarred Vanderbilt to the Denver Nuggets in exchange for No. 43 overall pick Justin Jackson and a future second-round pick.

2 45 team logo
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The Brooklyn Nets have proposed to trade the No. 45 overall pick, a 2021 second-round pick, and Timofey Mozgov to the Charlotte Hornets in exchange for Dwight Howard.

2 52 team logo
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The Utah Jazz have proposed to trade the draft rights to No. 52 overall pick Vincent Edwards to the Houston Rockets in exchange for cash considerations.

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The Dallas Mavericks have proposed to trade the draft rights to the No. 54 overall pick to the Philadelphia 76ers in exchange for the No. 56 and No. 60 overall picks.

RK Player Pos School
1 RJ Barrett SF DUKE

2018-19 College Stats

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
32.5 28 5 4 48.9
2 Nassir Little SF UNC

2018-19 College Stats

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
21.3 12 4.7 1 57.1
3 Cam Reddish SF DUKE

2018-19 College Stats

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
27.5 23.5 4.5 3 42.9
4 Zion Williamson PF DUKE

2018-19 College Stats

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
27.5 27.5 11.5 3 81.5
5 Romeo Langford SG IND

2018-19 College Stats

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
24.5 15.5 3.5 2.5 60.0
6 Keldon Johnson SG UK

2018-19 College Stats

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
31 19 4 2 50.0
7 Quentin Grimes SG KAN

2018-19 College Stats

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
30.5 15.5 2 7 50.0
8 Sekou Doumbouya SF FRANCE

No stats available.

9 Bol Bol C ORE

2018-19 College Stats

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
26 17.5 12 1 46.4
10 Naz Reid C LSU

2018-19 College Stats

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
24.3 19 6 1.3 61.1
11 De'Andre Hunter SF UVA

2018-19 College Stats

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
23 11.5 7 0.5 52.6
12 Jarrett Culver SG TTU

2018-19 College Stats

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
28.3 16.3 3.7 4 52.8
13 Ja Morant PG MURR

2018-19 College Stats

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
37 26 5 11 58.8
14 Charles Bassey C WKY

2018-19 College Stats

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
25.5 13 10.5 1 62.5
15 Darius Garland PG VAN

2018-19 College Stats

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
36 21.5 4 2.5 51.7
16 Daniel Gafford C ARK

2018-19 College Stats

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
30.5 16 8 1 61.1
17 Rui Hachimura PF GONZ

2018-19 College Stats

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
22 25 5 1.5 64.5
18 Jaylen Hoard SF WAKE

2018-19 College Stats

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
29 19 13 3 50.0
19 Bruno Fernando C MD

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Bruno Fernando is a high-energy big man who thrived in a third option role with Maryland as a freshman. He plays with a high motor and was a solid rim-protector in a relatively small sample of 22.4 minutes per game. He was feast or famine at times last season, which could easily be chalked up to him being a college freshman.

2018-19 College Stats

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
23.7 13.7 8.7 0.7 76.2
20 Jaylen Hands PG UCLA

2018-19 College Stats

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
27 16 3.5 5 48.0
21 Jalen McDaniels PF SDSU

2018-19 College Stats

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
27 15 9 5 45.5
22 Nickeil Alexander-Walker SG VT

2018-19 College Stats

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
34 21 6 5 53.3
23 Jalen Smith PF MD

2018-19 College Stats

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
24.7 14 7.7 0.7 51.7
24 Kevin Porter Jr. SG USC

2018-19 College Stats

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
23.5 14.5 4.5 1.5 68.8
25 Lindell Wigginton PG ISU

Draft Prospect Outlook:

In his lone college season at Iowa State, Lindell Wigginton did it all for the Cyclones as their leading scorer (16.7 points) and primary ball-handler. He's an aggressive guard who can attack off the bounce, finish around the rim, and use his nasty first step to create separation for his lethal stepback move. He doesn't have ideal size at 6-foot-2 but he plays above his frame and is fearless firing from anywhere on the hardwood

2018-19 College Stats

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
24 13 5 3 45.5
26 PJ Washington PF UK

Draft Prospect Outlook:

PJ Washington is a tweener who played power forward at Kentucky but may be a tad undersized for the position in the NBA. He could be a small-ball big man in the league but his skillset of an old school big man limits his upside, as he rarely spaced the floor and took 3-pointers in college. His high-running motor and effort is worth a late-second round flier.

2018-19 College Stats

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
18.5 5.5 4 0.5 44.4
27 Simi Shittu PF VAN

2018-19 College Stats

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
29 16 12.5 2 45.8
28 Kris Wilkes SG UCLA

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Wilkes' 6-foot-8, 195-pound frame is a bummer. But he plays bigger than his weight suggests, and was a capable scorer who could easily create his own shot and did so efficiently in his lone season at UCLA. If he packs muscle onto his frame, he could develop into a reliable scoring wing

2018-19 College Stats

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
33 22 7 3 47.4
29 Aric Holman PF MSST

2018-19 College Stats

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
28 11 9 2.5 46.7
30 Sagaba Konate C WVU

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Sagaba Konate isn't just an electric shot-swatter, which is unique in itself, but most impressive is that he does most of his damage by blocking shots two-handed volleyball style. He's very instinctual as a defender who is smart enough to stay vertical and jumps straight up as well as anyone. Could be a solid rim-protector in the NBA.

2018-19 College Stats

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
28 15 7 1 66.7
31 Xavier Sneed SG KSU

2018-19 College Stats

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
31 12 3 1 41.7
32 Ky Bowman PG BC

2018-19 College Stats

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
37.5 22.5 6.5 4 46.7
33 Shamorie Ponds PG SJU

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Shamorie Ponds is a bit undersized for his position, but he more than makes up for it with his big-time scoring instincts. He averaged 21.6 points and 4.7 assists per game as a sophomore, and most impressively scored 31, 33 and 26 points in three consecutive games against Xavier, Duke and Villanova last season, all of which were top 6 teams at the time.

2018-19 College Stats

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
28.5 20.5 2 3.5 56.7
34 Coby White PG UNC

2018-19 College Stats

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
22 10.3 2 3 35.7
35 Eric Paschall PF NOVA

2018-19 College Stats

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
23 18.5 7.5 2 64.7
36 Killian Tillie PF GONZ

No stats available.

37 Luka Samanic PF CROATIA

No stats available.

38 Kenny Wooten PF ORE

2018-19 College Stats

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
21.5 5 5.5 1 44.4
39 Oshae Brissett SF SYR

2018-19 College Stats

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
32.5 18.5 10.5 2 42.4
40 Jontay Porter C MIZZ

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Jontay Porter will be the second Porter drafted (his brother is Michael Porter Jr.), but Jontay's upside is plenty high, too. He's a skilled big man who can run the floor, knock down shots from the perimeter and carve out space in the lane as an elite rebounder. His lateral quickness and how he develops as a defender may determine whether he flames out in the NBA or plays a decade, but there's upside aplenty.

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