2017 NBA Draft Tracker

The 2017 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 Markelle Fultz PG, Washington
Height: 6-4  Weight: 195

The Process is complete. 76ers (potentially) now have most fearsome young trio in league.

A
1 2 team logo Lonzo Ball PG, UCLA
Height: 6-6  Weight: 190

Real Magic Johnson gets to mentor next Magic. Good for him to be in hometown? Won't matter. Stud.

A
1 3 team logo Jayson Tatum SF, Duke
Height: 6-8  Weight: 205

Perfect fit. Celtics need a scorer to take pressure off IT4 and Tatum is the most advanced scorer in draft.

A
1 4 team logo Josh Jackson SF, Kansas
Height: 6-8  Weight: 207

High-energy, athletic two-way player added to talented young roster. Not a great jump-shooter -- yet.

A-
1 5 team logo De'Aaron Fox PG, Kentucky
Height: 6-3  Weight: 187

Best two-way point guard in stacked point-guard draft. Improve jumper and may be top player in draft.

A
1 6 team logo Jonathan Isaac SF, Florida St.
Height: 6-10  Weight: 210

Highest ceiling in draft. Great teammate, humble, hard-working, versatile, physical freak.

A
1 7 team logo Lauri Markkanen PF, Arizona
Height: 7-0  Weight: 230

Best 3-point shooting 7-footer in NCAA history. Versatile on both ends. Dirk Lite?

A-
1 8 team logo Frank Ntilikina PG, INTL
Height: 6-5  Weight: 170

Incredible perimeter defender. Great floor general. Can he develop into a scorer?

B
1 9 team logo Dennis Smith Jr. PG, NC State
Height: 6-3  Weight: 190

Risky pick, huge upside. Most explosive player in draft. Inconsistent. Fifth point guard taken!

B
1 10 team logo Zach Collins C, Gonzaga
Height: 7-0  Weight: 230

Final pick of top tier of draft. Can do everything as a big man. Always solid, sometimes great.

B+
1 11 team logo Malik Monk PG, Kentucky
Height: 6-3  Weight: 200

Most explosive scorer in draft and one of best athletes. Microwave scorer who needs to D up.

A-
1 12 team logo Luke Kennard SG, Duke
Height: 6-6  Weight: 202

Smart player, smart pick. A great shooter but not just shooter -- he's a scorer. Fits need.

A
1 13 team logo Donovan Mitchell SG, Louisville
Height: 6-3  Weight: 195

One of most athletic players in draft. A classic Rick Pitino two-way guard.

A-
1 14 team logo Edrice Adebayo C, Kentucky
Height: 6-10  Weight: 260

First surprise pick of draft. High upside -- if he stays as tough energy player, not a perimeter player.

B-
1 15 team logo Justin Jackson SF, N. Carolina
Height: 6-8  Weight: 210

Elite mid-range shooter -- in a league that devalues mid-range shooting. Solid, but low upside.

C+
1 16 team logo Justin Patton C, Creighton
Height: 7-0  Weight: 230

I like this pick. The Wolves are taking a home run swing on a risky but high-upside pick.

A-
1 17 team logo D.J. Wilson PF, Michigan
Height: 6-10  Weight: 240

A late-blooming stretch four. He can really shoot it, and plays decent D.

B+
1 18 team logo TJ Leaf PF, UCLA
Height: 6-10  Weight: 225

A solid stretch four. A bit of an overdraft here. Nice athlete, nice shooter, not elite.

C+
1 19 team logo John Collins PF, Wake Forest
Height: 6-10  Weight: 235

One of most efficient scorers in college, and one of the most improved players. Needs to add a jump shot. A steal.

A-
1 20 team logo Harry Giles PF, Duke
Height: 6-10  Weight: 240

The biggest risk-reward pick since Joel Embiid. Could be mini-KG, could never play a game.

A
1 21 team logo Terrance Ferguson SG, INTL
Height: 6-7  Weight: 186

One of prettiest shooting strokes in draft. Elite size/athleticism for a shooting guard.

B+
1 22 team logo Jarrett Allen C, Texas
Height: 6-11  Weight: 235

Huge potential in athletic big man. Has the measurables, but can he develop a better offensive game?

B+
1 23 team logo OG Anunoby SF, Indiana
Height: 6-8  Weight: 235

The Draymond Green of this draft. So versatile on D, needs to develop on O. Injury troubles is why he slipped.

A
1 24 team logo Tyler Lydon SF, Syracuse
Height: 6-9  Weight: 223

A stretch four who can really shoot it. Will play a role in the league.

B-
1 25 team logo Anzejs Pasecniks C, INTL
Height: 7-1  Weight: 225

Pure upside here. Long-term play. If he can develop an outside shot, nice pick.

B-
1 26 team logo Caleb Swanigan PF, Purdue
Height: 6-9  Weight: 250

Inspiring story, and an inspired basketball player. Elite rebounder in college, knows role in NBA.

A
1 27 team logo Kyle Kuzma SF, Utah
Height: 6-9  Weight: 225

Great athlete. Can do a bit of everything on court. At this point of the draft this is an excellent pick.

A-
1 28 team logo Tony Bradley PF, N. Carolina
Height: 6-11  Weight: 240

Bradley is huge but not a great athlete. A high motor guy who is efficient around the rim.

B+
1 29 team logo Derrick White PG, Colorado
Height: 6-5  Weight: 200

Best story in draft. From D-II to D-I to first round. Tough old-school point guard, good size.

A-
1 30 team logo Josh Hart SG, Villanova
Height: 6-5  Weight: 215

Love this pick. Hart a winner who can do it all: Shoot, rebound, defense. He's the Malcolm Brogdon of this draft.

A
2 31 team logo Frank Jackson SG, Duke
Height: 6-3  Weight: 205

Good athlete, he can shoot, but is coming off foot surgery. Nice point guard prospect after trading Frazier.

B
2 32 team logo Davon Reed SG, Miami (Fla.)
Height: 6-6  Weight: 220

Great size on the wing, has potential as a nice '3-and-D' guy

B
2 33 team logo Wesley Iwundu SF, Kansas St.
Height: 6-7  Weight: 205

Prototypical NBA body, versatile offensive player.

B-
2 34 team logo Frank Mason III PG, Kansas
Height: 5-11  Weight: 190

Wooden Award winner last season at Kansas. Undersized but can really shoot it from outside.

A-
2 35 team logo Ivan Rabb PF, California
Height: 6-11  Weight: 220

Could have been lottery pick last year but went back to school. Great rebounder.

B+
2 36 team logo Jonah Bolden PF, INTL
Height: 6-10  Weight: 220

From Australia, played at UCLA and in Serbia. Very interesting stretch-four prospect.

A-
2 37 team logo Semi Ojeleye SF, SMU
Height: 6-7  Weight: 235

Surprised he dropped this far. Versatile offensive player. Could be a steal for Boston.

A-
2 38 team logo Jordan Bell PF, Oregon
Height: 6-9  Weight: 225

Great move by the Warriors to jump into the fray and get Bell. Lots of potential on defensive end.

A
2 39 team logo Jawun Evans PG, Oklahoma St.
Height: 6-1  Weight: 185

Undersized but strong and versatile point guard. Will have a great tutor in Chris Paul.

B
2 40 team logo Dwayne Bacon SG, Florida St.
Height: 6-7  Weight: 221

Has NBA size on the wing but will have to improve his jumper.

B-
2 41 team logo Tyler Dorsey SG, Oregon
Height: 6-4  Weight: 195

Had an incredible NCAA Tournament. Can really shoot it from 3-point range.

B+
2 42 team logo Thomas Bryant PF, Indiana
Height: 6-10  Weight: 255

Impressive 7-6 wingspan, will get to work on the offensive glass. Nice pickup for the Lakers.

B
2 43 team logo Isaiah Hartenstein PF, INTL
Height: 7-0  Weight: 225

Just turned 19. A true 7-footer, he's probably a draft and stash guy. Check back in a few years.

B
2 44 team logo Damyean Dotson SF, Houston
Height: 6-5  Weight: 210

Shot the lights out last year at Houston. That's where he'll make his living if he sticks with the Knicks.

B
2 45 team logo Dillon Brooks SF, Oregon
Height: 6-7  Weight: 225

Pac-12 player of the year is strong and versatile offensive player.

B
2 46 team logo Sterling Brown SG, SMU
Height: 6-6  Weight: 230

Very strong, should be able to play multiple positions. Had a strong senior season for SMU.

B
2 47 team logo Ike Anigbogu PF, UCLA
Height: 6-10  Weight: 250

Has all the physical tools, but his stock dropped quite far due to concerns about his medical testing.

C
2 48 team logo Sindarius Thornwell SG, S. Carolina
Height: 6-5  Weight: 211

Physical, versatile defender. Should be able to contribute right away. Love this kid.

A-
2 49 team logo Vlatko Cancar SF, INTL
Height: 6-8  Weight: 210

Another Mega Leks product. Probably stays in Europe next year. Interesting frontcourt prospect.

B-
2 50 team logo Mathias Lessort PF, INTL
Height: 6-9  Weight: 250

Coming off a solid season in France. Impressive athlete and plays with a lot of energy

B
2 51 team logo Monte Morris PG, Iowa St.
Height: 6-3  Weight: 175

Very solid and seasoned point guard. Plays under control and doesn't make many mistakes.

B
2 52 team logo Edmond Sumner PG, Xavier
Height: 6-6  Weight: 186

Quick and athletic, with great size at the point guard position, but coming off a torn ACL.

B
2 53 team logo Kadeem Allen PG, Arizona
Height: 6-3  Weight: 205

Big and strong point guard, can defend at a high level on the perimeter.

B+
2 54 team logo Alec Peters PF, Valparaiso
Height: 6-9  Weight: 235

Senior season at Valpo cut short by stress fracture, can really stretch the floor at 6-9.

B
2 55 team logo Nigel Williams-Goss PG, Gonzaga
Height: 6-3  Weight: 195

Good size, can run a team, takes care of the ball.

B-
2 56 team logo Jabari Bird SG, California
Height: 6-6  Weight: 190

Played with Jaylen Brown at Cal, strong shooter from the outside.

B
2 57 team logo Aleksandar Vezenkov PF, INTL
Height: 6-9  Weight: 225

Draft-and-stash stretch-four prospect played with Barcelona in Spain. Check back in a few years.

C
2 58 team logo Ognjen Jaramaz PG, INTL
Height: 6-3  Weight: 194

Yet another Mega Leks prospect. Good size for a point guard. Not sure if he has an NBA future.

C
2 59 team logo Jaron Blossomgame SF, Clemson
Height: 6-7  Weight: 220

Has the size and athleticism on the wing, needs to develop his jumper. I'll trust the Spurs.

C+
2 60 team logo Alpha Kaba PF, INTL
Height: 6-10  Weight: 235

Mega Leks again. Kaba isn't super skilled, but has all the physical tools at 6-10 with a 7-5 wingspan.

C+
RD Pick Trade
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The Boston Celtics have traded the No. 1 overall pick to the Philadelphia 76ers in exchange for the No. 3 pick and a future first-round pick. The future pick will be the L.A. Lakers' 2018 if its within the No. 2 to No. 5 range. If not, the Celtics will instead receive either Sacramento or Philadelphia's first-round pick in 2019, whichever is more favorable.

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The Chicago Bulls traded Jimmy Butler and the No. 16 overall pick to the Minnesota Timberwolves in exchange for Zach LaVine, Kris Dunn and the No. 7 overall pick.

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The Sacramento Kings traded the No. 10 overall pick to the Portland Trail Blazers in exchange for the No. 15 and No. 20 overall picks.

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The Denver Nuggets traded the No. 13 overall pick to the Utah Jazz in exchange for the No. 24 overall pick and Trey Lyles.

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The Orlando Magic traded the No. 25 overall pick to the Philadelphia 76ers in exchange for a 2020 first-round pick and a 2020 second-round pick.

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The New Jersey Nets traded the No. 27 overall pick and Brook Lopez to the Los Angeles Lakers in exchange for D'Angelo Russell and Timofey Mozgov.

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The Los Angeles Lakers traded the No. 28 overall pick to the Utah Jazz in exchange for the No. 30 and No. 42 overall picks.

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The Atlanta Hawks sent Dwight Howard and the No. 31 overall pick to the Charlotte Hornets for Miles Plumlee, Marco Belinelli and the 41st pick.

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The Orlando Magic propose to trade the No. 35 overall pick to the Memphis Grizzlies in exchange for a 2019 second-round pick.

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The Chicago Bulls traded the No. 38 overall pick to the Golden State Warriors in exchange for financial considerations.

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The Houston Rockets traded the No. 45 overall pick to the Memphis Grizzlies in exchange for a future second-round pick.

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The Milwaukee Bucks traded the No. 48 overall pick to the Los Angeles Clippers in exchange for financial considerations.

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The Washington Wizards traded the No. 52 overall pick to the New Orleans Pelicans for guard Tim Frazier.

RK Player Pos School
1 Markelle Fultz PG WASH

Anaylsis: The only thing that gives pause about Fultz is where he chose to go to school, and how that team did. Washington only won nine games. Yes, he was surrounded by a bunch of spare parts. But are you sure you want to spend the top pick in a stacked draft on a guy who only won nine games in his sole college season?

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
35.7 23.2 5.7 5.9 47.6
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
1 1 N/A 6-10
2 Lonzo Ball PG UCLA

Anaylsis: Ball is the most intriguing player in this draft. He's a unique player who will bring an exciting, marketable brand of basketball to wherever he lands. Simply put, he's a winner. A can't-miss type of prospect.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
35.1 14.6 6 7.6 55.1
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
2 2 N/A N/A
3 De'Aaron Fox PG UK

Anaylsis: This may be crazy but there's a good chance that Fox could become not just the best point guard but the best player in this entire draft. (I know that's heresy to everybody who believes there's a top tier that includes just Fultz and Ball, but whatever.) It'll just take his three-point shot to get to a competent level and Fox could become a John Wall-like player.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
29.6 16.7 4 4.6 47.9
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
3 3 N/A 6-6.5
4 Jayson Tatum SF DUKE

Anaylsis: Will Tatum become a No. 1 option for a good team? Don't think so. Could he become a second third option for a team that could contend for a championship? Yep. He's a high-character, high-floor kid, perhaps not a foundational piece but the type of guy who could round out a team that already has some talent.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
33.3 16.8 7.3 2.1 45.2
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
4 1 N/A 6-9
5 Josh Jackson SF KAN

Anaylsis: Jackson is certainly in this draft's top tier -- the six or seven players who may end up the best individual talent in this draft. He could be the best two-way player in this draft. He's not as freakish of a physical specimen as Kawhi Leonard, but the comparison isn't far off.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
30.8 16.3 7.4 3 51.3
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
5 2 N/A 6-10
6 Jonathan Isaac SF FSU

Anaylsis: Isaac will take a patient team. But that patience could pay off in time -- and in a really big way -- with a player that one scout said could be in the rarefied air of "physical freaks" in the NBA.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
26.2 12 7.8 1.2 50.8
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
6 3 N/A 7-1
7 Lauri Markkanen PF ARIZ

Anaylsis: Is he Dirk? Of course not ??? nobody's Dirk. But the Dirk comparison fits in many ways, a versatile European seven-footer who can fill it up from anywhere on the court. He'll be an incredible asset in today's NBA.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
30.8 15.6 7.2 0.9 49.2
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
7 1 N/A 6-11
8 Malik Monk PG UK

Anaylsis: Along with Fultz and Ball, Monk is among the most exciting players in this draft. His physical limitations, if you want to call them that, are balanced out by his incredible athleticism.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
32.1 19.8 2.5 2.3 45.0
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
8 4 N/A 6-3.5
9 Dennis Smith Jr. PG NCST

Anaylsis: Inconsistency in season-long results, and inconsistent individual play from game to game: That's the Dennis Smith story. He certainly has the physical attributes to shine in the NBA on the offensive and defensive ends. But does he have a focused head on his shoulders to be a point guard his team believes in?

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
34.8 18.1 4.6 6.2 45.5
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
9 5 N/A 6-3
10 Zach Collins C GONZ

Anaylsis: If Collins can stretch his range and become a consistent NBA 3-point shooter, he could be a very impactful player in the NBA. You're not going to get a star here. But you'll have a great chance at getting a very solid all-around two-way big man, and that's a valuable thing.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
17.2 10 5.9 0.4 65.2
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
10 1 N/A 7-1
11 Luke Kennard SG DUKE

Anaylsis: Too often today's definition of "athleticism" means running and jumping. But Kennard is an old-school type of athlete: A great shot creator who is comfortable dribbling (and shooting) with both hands. Very high level of eye-hand coordination. One NBA executive told me he has an absolute crush on Kennard's shot-making abilities ??? not just as a knockdown outside shooter but in creatively making his own shot.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
35.5 19.5 5.1 2.5 48.9
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
11 1 N/A 6-5.25
12 Frank Ntilikina PG INTL
13 John Collins PF WAKE

Anaylsis: He's an absolute force around the rim. And remember that Collins made a huge jump from his freshman to his sophomore season under coach Danny Manning. That should indicate to NBA teams that he's a coachable player motivated to improve his game.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
26.6 19.2 9.8 0.5 62.2
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
13 2 37.5 6-11.25
14 Donovan Mitchell SG LOU

Anaylsis: With a chiseled physique and a mentality of playing as tough on defense as on offense, Mitchell was an ideal Pitino player at Louisville. He's also an incredibly hard worker. Don't be surprised if Mitchell is taken in the lottery.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
32.3 15.6 4.9 2.7 40.8
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
14 2 40.5 6-10
15 OG Anunoby SF IND

Anaylsis: It's unfair to compare Anunoby to Draymond Green, because there's only one Draymond. But Anunoby's a tweener who can guard perhaps all five positions in the NBA, a great athlete who plays bigger than his height (6-7 with a 7-2.25 wingspan).

RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
15 6 N/A 7-2.25
16 Justin Jackson SF UNC

Anaylsis: Jackson came in as a highly regarded recruit three years ago ???recruiting services had him above players like Karl-Anthony Towns, D'Angelo Russell and Justise Winslow. And it wasn't that he was a bust, per se. It's just that Jackson took a while to develop into a star, but by his junior season, that's exactly what he was, the most talented player on a title-winning UNC team. Jackson has the length, the fluidity and the versatility to be a nice small forward at the next level.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
32 18.3 4.7 2.8 44.3
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
16 7 35.5 6-11
17 Harry Giles PF DUKE

Anaylsis: The biggest home-run swing of this entire draft. If Giles overcomes the injuries (and the mental tentativeness that comes with those injuries), he could become an All-Star. He could also become Greg Oden, a huge talent who never sniffs his enormous potential.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
11.5 3.9 3.8 0.3 57.7
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
17 3 32.5 7-3.25
18 Jarrett Allen C TEXAS

Anaylsis: Allen was going to be a top-20 player in college basketball next season, if he stayed. think he'll need a year worth of behind-the-scenes development before he pops, but he should be a borderline starter for six or seven years in time for the 2019-2020 season.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
32.1 13.4 8.4 0.8 56.6
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
18 2 35.5 7-5.25
19 Justin Patton C CREI

Anaylsis: Patton will need to go to a patient team, not one that needs immediate results. With added strength to allow him to bang with NBA bigs, Patton could become an inside-out player who uses the pick-and-roll abilities he showed at Creighton to great benefit in the NBA.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
25.3 12.9 6.2 1.2 67.6
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
19 3 30.5 7-3
20 Ike Anigbogu PF UCLA

Anaylsis: He was a young freshman, not turning 18 until a few weeks before his first college game, meaning Anigbogu still has lots of room to grow ??? both physically and as a basketball player. He has an ideal frame, athleticism and energy for a high-level shot-blocking, rebounding, dunking NBA center.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
13 4.7 4 0.2 56.4
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
20 4 32.5 7-6.25
21 Edrice Adebayo C UK

Anaylsis: Adebayo is a 1989 big man playing in 2017. He's deserving of going in the first round, but the things that he is good at are things that were so much more coveted and conventional in the NBA three decades ago. His spirit, strength, ferocious desire to get better will keep on him on an NBA roster, but it might be four years before he earns a starting role.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
30.1 13 8 0.8 59.9
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
21 4 38.5 7-2.75
22 Terrance Ferguson SG INTL
23 Caleb Swanigan PF PUR

Anaylsis: Swanigan waited until about six hours before the deadline hit to make his decision final. He should have made this call a month before that, but clearly wasn't getting enough guarantees. This is silly. Swanigan is one of the 20 best players in this draft and will be an immediate guy of impact next season. Do not doubt this guy.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
32.5 18.5 12.5 3.1 52.7
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
23 5 N/A 7-3
24 TJ Leaf PF UCLA

Anaylsis: Leaf was a top-eight freshman in college hoops last season, and that was with knowing how Lonzo Ball was helping his NBA stock. Leaf has/will continue to nail the interview process, and though he might take some trips in the D-League, he's going to wind up becoming a fourth or fifth offensive option by his third year in the NBA. Will not wind up in Europe.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
29.9 16.3 8.2 2.4 61.7
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
24 6 34.5 6-11
25 Johnathan Motley PF BAYL

Anaylsis: Still a mystery. Was a top-10 player of value in college last season, but there's enough good and bad here to make you think. Ultimately, that's why he's hovering in the 18-25 range. Motley isn't such a sure thing that he's going in the lottery. But if you pass on him, you could regret it. Smooth out his offensive skillset, he could turn into a 10-and-10 guy.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
30.5 17.3 9.9 2.3 52.1
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
25 7 N/A 7-4
26 Jordan Bell PF ORE

Anaylsis: He's going to walk into the NBA as one of the 30 most athletic guys in the league. That alone won't be enough to guarantee he has a long career in the League, but it gives him a great head start. Bell will have succeeded if he winds up as a top-10 defensive player and top-20 rebounder by the time he's 25.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
28.9 10.9 8.8 1.8 63.6
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
26 8 38.0 6-11.75
27 Ivan Rabb PF CAL

Anaylsis: Rabb will absolutely be taken higher than 26th. But after a sophomore season that did not bring extended development, how does he fit in this year' stacked draft? Rabb is going to be coachable and flexible. He will do what is asked of him. With a little more weight and a willingness to not insist he step out and shoot, he could have a slow-boil process of turning into an NBA starter down the road.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
32.6 14 10.5 1.5 48.4
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
27 9 32.5 7-1.5
28 Alec Peters PF VALPO

Anaylsis: Peters' reputation remains really good, even after returning to Valparaiso (when he would have probably been a first-round pick in 2016) and having his season end due to injury (right leg stress fracture). Ultimately, Peters is going to have a good life for the next 10 years. His skill set can work in the NBA, but if he finds more long-term viability as a go-to guy in Europe it wouldn't be surprising or the worst thing for him.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
35.1 23 10.1 2.2 46.6
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
28 10 N/A 6-10.75
29 Derrick White PG COLO

Anaylsis: If you're looking for a point guard who can score, White is absolutely your guy. He's a polished shooter from anywhere on the floor and has a high upside as a distributor. His knock is a simple small sample size at the highest level of college, despite being 22-years-old.

RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
29 7 36.5 6-7.5
30 Kyle Kuzma SF UTAH

Anaylsis: Kuzma is an enigma with his incredible offensive game but lack of polish on the whole. After three seasons, one team who takes a chance on him will have a project with a high floor but limited upside.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
30.8 16.4 9.3 2.4 50.4
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
30 16 34.0 7-0.25
31 Jonathan Jeanne PF INTL
32 Jawun Evans PG OKST

Anaylsis: Might become the best pick-and-roll point guard in this draft, and we don't say that lightly. This is a loaded point guard draft, and Evans is right there with Monte Morris of Iowa State among all point guards who is most ready to play NBA minutes right now in terms of understanding floor space and utilizing his teammates. It would be a shock if he doesn't last 10 years in the NBA.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
29.2 19.2 3.4 6.4 43.8
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
32 8 33.5 6-5.5
33 Josh Hart SG NOVA

Anaylsis: Hart wasn't considered and NBA prospect coming out of high school, so his story is part of what makes college basketball so great. He'll almost certainly never been a multi-year starter in the NBA, but Hart's physical tools, coachability, willingness to be a team player and knack for making the right play make him a no-brainer second-round pick. He'll succeed no matter where he winds up playing.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
33.2 18.7 6.4 2.9 51.0
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
33 4 35.5 6-8.25
34 Tyler Dorsey SG ORE

Anaylsis: Dorsey is a killer. His play was the single biggest reason Oregon made the Final Four. His shooting form and confidence from 3-point range is ready for the NBA right now. He's undersized as a shooting guard, but only a little bit. Fortunately for him, if the NBA proves to not work out for one reason or another, he's going to make millions in Europe for a decade-plus. I'm convinced that if he was a European player he'd be a lock of a top-25 pick.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
30 14.6 3.5 1.7 46.7
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
34 5 36.0 6-5.25
35 Isaiah Hartenstein PF INTL
36 Tyler Lydon SF SYR

Anaylsis: Lydon was a stat monster the first half of his freshman year, and he's been just good enough since to keep himself in the NBA conversation. If he lands with the right team and locks into a role as the second or third guy off the bench, can absolutely see him sticking for a decade in the NBA.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
36.1 13.2 8.6 2.1 47.3
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
36 18 33.5 7-0
37 Thomas Bryant PF IND

Anaylsis: Not quite certain on Bryant at the NBA level just yet. He's a big who wants to step out and shoot, but would rather see him commit more time to owning the paint and using his IQ to dominate that area. Bryant's stock is as volatile as almost any other player in the second round. Could see him going anywhere from 25th to 45th.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
28.1 12.6 6.6 1.5 51.9
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
37 13 33.0 7-6
38 Semi Ojeleye SF SMU

Anaylsis: A fantastically fun prospect who could go pro in basketball or football. Ojeleye could have toiled and left Duke only to finish his college career in obscurity. Instead, he became the best player in the American Athletic Conference last season. His physical tools will prevent him from being overwhelmed in NBA Summer League, then in minicamp. No idea what kind of NBA career awaits him, but eager to see how his game changes.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
34.1 19 6.9 1.5 48.7
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
38 20 40.5 6-9.75
39 Edmond Sumner PG XAV

Anaylsis: Sumner's season ended in January when he tore his left ACL. Before the injury, he was projected as a first-round pick. ACL tears for guards aren't seen as big-time red flags anymore, not the way they were even a decade ago. But Sumner has not been able to work out. Without teams getting to see his physical capabilities so close to the draft, he's essentially losing millions of dollars and a guaranteed contract.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
33.1 15 4.3 5 47.9
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
39 9 N/A N/A
40 Jonah Bolden PF INTL
41 Frank Jackson SG DUKE

Anaylsis: Jackson could be a valuable shooting-guard in the NBA but at just 6-3, he's likely to be a tweener who fits best at point guard but is too small for a shooting guard. His athleticism and ability to play around the rim, though, might earn him a shot at landing on a roster and sticking.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
24.9 10.9 2.5 1.7 47.3
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
41 6 42.0 6-7.5
42 D.J. Wilson PF MICH

Anaylsis: Wilson was a solid scorer and 3-point shooter in his junior season at Michigan, but the fact that he only had one season where he managed more than 6.6 minutes per game in Ann Arbor is concerning. He has promise a stretch-four and is worth taking as a late-rounder and potential draft-and-stash.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
30.4 11 5.3 1.3 53.8
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
42 15 N/A 7-3
43 Dwayne Bacon SG FSU

Anaylsis: Bacon has boom or bust written all over him. If you said Bacon was averaging 25/game three years from now ... but was doing it in China? It would be believable. He could well wind up going that route. But he'll stick in the NBA if he winds up finding his sweet spot of being a second-fiddle scorer and committing himself, even a little bit, to playing defense.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
28.8 17.2 4.2 1.7 45.2
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
43 7 36.5 6-10
44 Cameron Oliver PF NEV

Anaylsis: Oliver's ability to be a consistent role player at the NBA level is truly a to-be-determined situation. He's absolutely worth a second round pick, but although he was a fairly good player in the Mountain West, he'll probably need three or four years to fully mature his game. It would be best for him to land on a fringe team, one of the eight franchises that just made or just missed the playoffs. He'll be able to earn bit but important playing time.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
31.9 16 8.7 1.8 46.5
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
44 16 39.5 7-1.25
45 Monte Morris PG IAST

Anaylsis: Morris' historically tremendous ability to create offense, not turn the ball over, and lead a program in transition while doing so -- well I am as all-in on Morris as almost any other second-round prospect. He's got a decade ahead of being an NBA backup/borderline starter. He is a rounded-out point guard prospect who is ready for the NBA and probably won't need much time to adapt.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
35.3 16.4 4.8 6.2 46.5
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
45 10 33.5 6-4
46 Sindarius Thornwell SG SC

Anaylsis: Maybe the best two-way player in college basketball last season. Thornwell would not be in the top 50 of this or any list had South Carolina not made a Final Four run. Now, is that fair? Probably not. But he did earn SEC Player of the Year, and rightfully so. Thornwell is a senior who deserves to be drafted and has the mentality and physicality to last in the NBA for the next five years. The team that drafts him will not be sorry it did so.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
34.3 21.4 7.1 2.8 44.4
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
46 8 30.5 6-10
47 Jaron Blossomgame SF CLEM

Anaylsis: Blossomgame will absolutely held back by the fact that he didn't noticeably get better from his junior to his senior season. That doesn't mean he's not NBA material. I think he is. Fit will be important, as will getting a coach who makes him want to D up.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
34.3 17.7 6.3 1.5 49.9
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
47 24 35.5 6-10
48 Wesley Iwundu SF KSU

Anaylsis: At Kansas State he played a number of different roles, but he capped off his senior year on a high note by shooting close to 40 percent from 3-point range. A capable scorer, he needs to improve his carelessness with the ball.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
31.4 13 6.3 3.5 48.1
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
48 25 36.0 7-1
49 Tony Bradley PF UNC

Anaylsis: Bradley is purely taking a risk here, and it's a fascinating one. He's the first one-and-done player to come out of UNC in a decade (somewhat surprising). He wasn't one of UNC's five most important or impactful players last season, but he was set up to be a top-three guy if he came back for his sophomore year. That won't happen, and now he'll have to adjust to the learning curve.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
14.6 7.1 5.1 0.6 57.3
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
49 17 27.5 7-5
50 PJ Dozier SG SC

Anaylsis: For a team looking for a prospect to develop into a potential ???three and D??? rotation guy, Dozier fits the mold as a projection. At 6-6, he can guard a number of positions but, as mentioned, his offense needs some work before he could become a serviceable NBA player.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
29 13.9 4.8 2.8 40.7
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
50 9 39.0 6-11
51 Nigel Williams-Goss PG GONZ

Anaylsis: If you need a steady handed -- not flashy, but overall solid option at point guard -- the former Gonzaga standout fits the bill. He's still just 22-years-old and could have room to grow potentially off the bench or in the D-League.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
32.7 16.8 6 4.7 48.6
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
51 11 34.5 6-7.25
52 Frank Mason III PG KAN

Anaylsis: Mason was the best player on a top 5 team in his senior season at KU, and there's something to be said about productive college players. Sometimes it doesn't translate, but guys like Ron Baker prove sometimes -- despite the odds being long -- finding a niche in the NBA after a productive college career is more than possible.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
36.1 20.9 4.2 5.2 49.0
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
52 12 41.0 6-3.25
53 Dillon Brooks SF ORE

Anaylsis: Brooks' offensive game will be enough to give him a shot at the next level. For every positive quality, though, he owns one that might draw questions from scout -- all of which center around his athleticism.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
25.3 16.1 3.2 2.7 48.8
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
53 27 37.5 6-6
54 Melo Trimble PG MD

Anaylsis: Melo Trimble is a solid point guard who can drive to the rim and finishes well around the rim. But against NBA length and talent, that quality might not translate well. He'll need to develop his shot to become a more consistent threat outside the paint.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
32.1 16.8 3.6 3.7 43.6
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
54 13 32.0 6-2
55 Kennedy Meeks C UNC

Anaylsis: Although Meeks was uber-productive as a scorer and rebounder at North Carolina, neither project well to the NBA with the league's length and talent likely to cast a shadow on his talents. If he can shed a few pounds, though, he could become a true center a la Zach Randolph of Memphis.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
24.3 12.5 9.5 1 55.5
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
55 5 30.5 7-1
56 Isaiah Briscoe PG UK

Anaylsis: Briscoe's biggest strengths in finishing around the rim and playing with a high motor on defense aren't translatable, broadly speaking, to the NBA. Next level length and rim protection will keep him from finishing with the same success in the lane but his defense could earn him a foot in the door in maintaining a roster spot.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
30.4 12.1 5.4 4.2 47.0
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
56 14 33.5 6-9
57 Nigel Hayes PF WISC

Anaylsis: Hayes was nearly a 40 percent 3-point shooter as a sophomore, a mark which steadily declined at Wisconsin. If he can revive his outside shot, he'll have a role in the league as a stretch four. But his lack of size as a power forward and inability to guard at the small forward is a concern for him as a prospect.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
32.4 14 6.6 2.7 45.7
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
57 18 33.5 7-3.25
58 L.J. Peak SG GTOWN

Anaylsis: Peak hit 46 percent of his 3-point attempts during Georgetown's final 15-game stretch -- a stat that bodes well in selling himself as a future piece of an NBA team. His shooting and offense will get him looks at the next level; the question about whether his defense will translate will determine if he sticks.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
32.8 16.3 3.8 3.5 48.1
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
58 10 N/A N/A
59 Kobi Simmons PG ARIZ

Anaylsis: Limited playing time and an inability to consistently crack the depth chart at Arizona make Simmons a puzzle, but one team will be happy to put the pieces together. At times, he was Arizona's most tantalizing talent last season. But he disappeared far too often.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
23.5 8.7 1.6 2 39.5
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
59 15 38.5 6-6
60 Devin Robinson SF FLA

Anaylsis: With the right coaching, Robinson can be a 3-and-D draft prospect. He shot almost 40 percent from the 3-point line last season and improved each year in Gainesville.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
26.4 11.1 6.1 0.6 47.5
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
60 29 41.5 7-0.75
61 Mathias Lessort PF INTL
62 Peter Jok SG IOWA

Anaylsis: He's a catch-and-shoot superstar who is more plug-and-play than most might project as a late-rounder. He is liked because of his shooting and he's got a high upside as a defender, too.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
30.7 19.9 5.5 2.6 42.6
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
62 11 31.0 6-8
63 Luke Kornet C VANDY

Anaylsis: Kornet isn't super mobile nor is he an offensive weapon you'd like when drafting, but he's shown flashes where he could become that at some point down the road. I'd like to see him be a more polished player after four seasons in college, though.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
31.5 13.2 6.2 1.2 40.6
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
63 6 N/A N/A
64 Charles Cooke SG DAYT

Anaylsis: Cooke's potential NBA career will depend on how much the shot falls and if he can rebound. His length should make him a decent defender, but he needs to be more than that at the next level.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
31.6 15.8 5.1 2.8 45.5
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
64 12 N/A N/A
65 Damyean Dotson SF HOU

Anaylsis: Dotson could fit a unique role as a 3-point specialist as a professional if he continues his offensive production like he did as a senior. Shooting nearly 45 percent from beyond the arc earns you a spot on an NBA roster more times than not.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
34.3 17.4 6.9 1.1 47.0
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
65 32 38.0 6-9
66 Chance Comanche C ARIZ

Anaylsis: A player shouldn't be judged whether he leaves to go professional too early or not, but Comanche could have benefitted from more time in college. He ran the floor well and had a smooth shot from outside as a high school prospect, two areas he can and likely will need to improve on as a professional.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
18.1 6.3 3.6 0.4 57.1
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
66 7 N/A N/A
67 Kris Jenkins SF NOVA

Anaylsis: Jenkins might find himself overseas, but he has a future as a professional player. He was, at times, the best player for a title-winning team and averaged double figures in his final seasons at Villanova. He's best suited for a role off the ball and is a respectable spot-up shooter.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
31.1 13.1 4.1 2 38.4
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
67 31 N/A N/A
68 Antonio Blakeney SG LSU

Anaylsis: Blakeney has the potential to be a really fun gunner at the NBA level and with some better coaching he'll find ways to use his athleticism to make up for his lack of size. However, he needs to go to a good situation.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
32.9 17.2 4.8 1.7 45.8
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
68 13 N/A N/A
69 Isaac Humphries C UK

Anaylsis: Humphries is worth a second round pick on his potential alone. He has great size and his play in international ball shows that there is potential there. However, the lack of sample size makes him someone that might not be worth reaching for.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
8.3 2.8 2.8 0.2 51.1
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
69 8 N/A N/A
70 Deonte Burton SG IAST

Anaylsis: The tools are here for an NBA player, but Burton's going to be an odd fit on most NBA rosters. He could end up being a 'tweener, but he'll need to lose weight if he's going to play on the wing.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
29.5 15.1 6.2 1.8 45.6
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
70 14 N/A N/A
71 Luke Fischer C MU

Anaylsis: Fischer's size and efficiency will get him a lot of looks from NBA teams, but his lack of shooting touch or production is a major concern.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
24 10.9 5.9 1.2 64.7
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
71 9 N/A N/A
72 Austin Nichols PF UVA

Anaylsis: The physical tools for a solid player are here, but the attitude concerns and lack of playing time the last two years raise red flags. Most likely will go undrafted.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
16 11 3 0 57.1
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
72 20 N/A 7-2
73 Andrew White III SF SYR

Anaylsis: His shooting ability and size will get him looks from NBA teams, but he'll need to show that he's not a liability on defense.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
37.2 18.5 4.6 1.1 44.1
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
73 33 N/A N/A
74 Marcus Marshall SG NEV

Anaylsis: Has the potential to be a solid point guard, but lack of size and time spent against high level talent raises concerns about his ability to reach the next level.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
35.4 19.7 2.5 3.7 42.1
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
74 15 N/A 6-5
75 Sterling Brown SG SMU

Anaylsis: Has the physical tools to be an NBA-caliber player. Just need to see if the skills translate over with that.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
32.7 13.4 6.5 3 45.9
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
75 16 N/A N/A
76 Eric Mika PF BYU

Anaylsis: Has shown signs of being a solid undersized big with scoring and rebounding ability, but at 22 with his lack of size raises concerns about how much better he can be.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
28.6 20.3 9.2 1.6 52.8
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
76 21 32.0 6-10
77 Anzejs Pasecniks C INTL
78 Maurice Watson Jr. PG CREI

Anaylsis: Is great with the ball in his hands, but he turns the ball over way too much. Since he's coming off an injury and is currently being accused of sexual assault it's unlikely he gets drafted.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
29.9 12.9 2.6 8.5 50.8
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
78 16 N/A N/A
79 Jacob Wiley PF EWASH

Anaylsis: His long wingspan and production makes him an interesting prospect, but the lack of size is a real concern.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
34.3 20.4 9.1 2.4 64.3
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
79 22 N/A 7-0
80 Isaiah Hicks PF UNC

Anaylsis: Can be a streaky shooter at the next level, but unless his defense improves he's going to be too much of a liability on that end of the floor to help out.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
23.3 11.8 5.5 1.4 57.6
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
80 23 N/A N/A
81 Alpha Kaba PF INTL
82 Marcus Keene PG CMICH

Anaylsis: He's Isaiah Thomas lite. Incredible scorer and shooting ability that will make him a great sixth man option early in his career. Size is a major problem for him on the defensive side of the ball.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
36.8 30 4.5 4.9 44.7
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
82 17 N/A N/A
83 Kadeem Allen PG ARIZ

Anaylsis: Will be ready to contribute almost immediately on a physical level, but his lack of shooting ability will be a problem. Has the potential to be a sneaky late-round choice for teams that want someone to harass on the perimeter.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
30 9.8 4 3 45.3
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
83 18 35.5 6-9.25
84 Jordan Mathews SG GONZ

Anaylsis: Falls right into the spot up shooter category which will always give him a shot at roster spots. Lack of potential to improve makes him a mid-late second round pick.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
28 10.6 3.3 1.5 40.5
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
84 17 N/A N/A
85 Zak Irvin SF MICH

Anaylsis: Has size and scoring ability, but his turnover numbers raise concerns about what he can do with the ball in his hands. Poor free throw shooting numbers also raise concerns about his shooting numbers translating over.

MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
35.4 13 4.5 3 45.3
86 Derrick Walton Jr. PG MICH
MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
34.8 15.5 4.8 5 43.6
87 James Blackmon Jr. SG IND
MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
30.5 17 4.8 1.9 47.7
88 V.J. Beachem SG ND
MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
34.2 14.5 4.1 0.9 42.2
RANK POS. RK VERTICAL WINGSPAN
88 19 37.0 6-10.25
89 Jaylen Johnson PF LOU
MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
20.5 8 5.8 0.5 58.9
90 Paris Bass SF DET
91 Davon Reed SG MIAMI
MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
35.3 14.9 4.8 2.4 43.3
92 Michael Young PF PITT
MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
33.2 19.6 6.8 2.7 45.3
93 Landen Lucas C KAN
MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
25.6 8 8.3 1.1 63.1
94 Amida Brimah C UCONN
MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
24.7 7.6 6.1 0.2 57.3
95 Malcolm Hill SF ILL
MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
33.3 17.2 5.1 2.9 43.4
97 Chris Boucher PF ORE
98 Vlatko Cancar SF INTL
99 Przemek Karnowski C GONZ
MPG PPG RPG APG FG%
23.1 12.2 5.8 1.9 58.6
100 Aleksandar Vezenkov PF INTL