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Consensus Mock Draft: Top 3 seems clear in final look before Draft night

Josh Giddey has seen his name climb the boards after an impressive showing for Australia in an exhibition vs. Nigeria earlier this month.

Some notes in our final look before the 2021 NBA Draft, where the Detroit Pistons are on the clock with the No. 1 pick.

Remember, the Consensus Mock Draft is a compilation of the best mock drafts around the web.We bring them together to provide a solid estimate of how the Draft could play out (Last update: July 28, 11:32 p.m. ET):

  • In our final look at the best mock drafts around the internet, the top three is virtually a lock: Cade Cunningham is the consensus No. 1 pick, showing up first in all 12 mocks that we scanned. Barring a major trade, it would provide a significant shock if the Oklahoma State guard isn’t walking on the stage first Thursday night.
  • In our last look, Jalen Green had taken over Evan Mobley for the No. 2 spot in a notable shakeup. Since then, the other mocks have all come around and there’s now a complete consensus with all 12 showing the Rockets taking Green, who spent last season with the Ignite (G League). The Ringer’s Kevin O’Connor says Houston is still pursuing the No. 1 pick, but if not, the Rockets will be able to pair him with Kevin Porter Jr., who became close with Green while playing together for the Ignite in the G League bubble last season.
  • While Mobley dropped from No. 2, it’s highly likely the Cavs will snatch up the big man, as 11 of the 12 mocks have him heading to Cleveland (Kyle Boone of CBS Sports has Scottie Barnes here, with Mobley going 4th to Toronto). Mobley is considered the best big man in the Draft and will fit in well alongside Jarrett Allen in the frontcourt.
  • Suggs still seems likely to go in the Top 4 as nine of the 12 mock drafts see him going to the Raptors at No. 4. That’s the closest thing we have to a consensus outside of the first three picks.
  • While Jonathan Kuminga had previously been a potential No. 4 pick, he has seen his name drop in the most recent mock drafts. In this latest look he is now slotting in the 6-7-8 range, with ESPN’s Jonathan Givony saying “question marks regarding his offensive efficiency and approach have crept into the conversation and allowed other prospects to surpass him.” Still, if the Magic don’t grab him with the No. 5 pick, you have to think they’ll be thrilled if he’s still available at No. 8 when they pick again.
  • The Kings are looking like a likely landing spot for Franz Wagner. The 6-foot-9 swingman shows up in half of the 12 mocks, so there’s likely some intel that Sacramento is eyeing the Michigan product.
  • The player making the biggest jump on the eve of the Draft is Australian guard Josh Giddey. Six of the 12 mocks see him going to the Grizzlies, who reportedly landed the No. 10 pick in a recent trade with the Pelicans. The Grizzlies may have to sweat this one out, though, since there’s chatter that Golden State is high on the 18-year-old guard, who ESPN’s Jonathan Givony calls “one of the best passers in the draft.”
  • We’re getting more clarity on one player who’s been climbing up the rankings — James Bouknight.  If he’s still available at No. 6, it’s seeming likely the Thunder will grab the UConn shooting guard to pair alongside Shai Gilgeous-Alexander. Eight of the 12 mocks we survey see him heading there, with three others pegging him a pick later to Golden State. Of course, OKC has a ton of flexibility with a stockpile of picks, so they could be in play to move up if a trade is to be had.
  • Another player popping up this week is Oregon’s Chris Duarte, who now appears seven times to the Warriors with the No. 14 pick (only four had him here in our last look). He hadn’t shown up in the Lottery at all until our last look, but it’s possible Golden State thinks the 24-year-old can step right in and contribute right away. He did skip the Combine, which leads some prognosticators to surmise he has a promise from some team.
  • On the international front, Turkey’s Alperen Sengun has seen his name rise in the most recent mocks. The 18-year-old Sengun is “one of the most prolific and efficient teenagers in European basketball history,” according to ESPN’s Jonathan Givony, and six of our 12 mocks see the Spurs snatching the big man up if he’s available with the No. 12 pick.
  • Davion Mitchell has seen his name slide and he now seems likely to go near the end of the Lottery. All 12 mocks we survey still have the Baylor guard in the Lottery, with seven slotting him to the Pacers at No. 13. If the Warriors don’t take him with the No. 7 pick (which is the prediction of CBS Sports’ Gary Parrish), they could be in play to grab him with the No. 14 pick (as three mocks predict).
  • Nine players appear in the lottery in all 12 mocks we survey: Cunningham, Green, Mobley, Suggs, Barnes, Kuminga, Giddey, Wagner and Mitchell.

MOST COMMON PICKS

No. 1 (Pistons): Cade Cunningham (12)

No. 2 (Rockets): Jalen Green (12)

No. 3 (Cavaliers): Evan Mobley (11)

No. 4 (Raptors): Jalen Suggs (9)

No. 5 (Magic): Scottie Barnes (8)

No. 6 (Thunder): James Bouknight (8)

No. 7 (Warriors): Jonathan Kuminga (4)

No. 8 (Magic): Jonathan Kuminga, Moses Moody (4)

No. 9 (Kings): Franz Wagner (6)

No. 10 (Pelicans): Josh Giddey (6)

No. 11 (Hornets): Kai Jones (4)

No. 12 (Spurs): Alperen Sengun (6)

No. 13 (Pacers): Davion Mitchell (7)

No. 14 (Warriors): Chris Duarte (7)

Most common (above): Pick at which the player is most commonly projected, with number of mock drafts in parentheses. For example, Cade Cunningham is projected to go 1st in each of the 12 mock drafts listed below.


Top 14 (below): To calculate the consensus, we award 14 points for every mock draft in which the player went first overall, 13 for second, continuing to one point for the final lottery pick. The player with the highest point total represents the top overall selection, which is as follows:

1. Cade Cunningham | Pistons

Oklahoma State | Position: G | Height: 6-8

Status: Freshman

Most Common: 1 (12)

Athletic scorer who can shoot or use his size to overpower smaller guards; should contribute immediately and eventually become a franchise-changing star

2. Jalen Green | Rockets

G League Ignite | Position: G | Height: 6-5

Status: G League

Most Common: 2 (12)

Fluid scorer who can get buckets in many ways; highlight reel waiting to happen thanks to his athleticism and willingness to attack the rim

3. Evan Mobley | Cavaliers

USC | Position: C | Height: 7-0

Status: Freshman

Most Common: 3 (11)

Skilled big man has the size combined with athleticism to potentially become a dominant force on both ends of the floor

4. Jalen Suggs | Raptors

Gonzaga | Position: G | Height: 6-4

Status: Freshman

Most Common: 4 (9)

Smart, poised athletic guard who is ready to contribute right away thanks to decisive playmaking and willingness to defend on other end

5. Scottie Barnes | Magic

Florida State | Position: F | Height: 6-9

Status: Freshman

Most Common: 5 (8)

A playmaker at FSU wielding incredible length (7-foot-2 wingspan); defense should come quickly — how soon the shot follows determines the ceiling

6. James Bouknight | Thunder

UConn | Position: G | Height: 6-5

Status: Sophomore

Most Common: 6 (8)

Scoring guard who can simply figure out ways to get buckets when needed; streaky shooter who can help offset the misses by cleaning up on the boards

7. Jonathan Kuminga |Warriors

G League Ignite | Position: F | Height: 6-9

Status: G League

Most Common: 7, 8 (4)

A high-upside wing, whose scoring potential will be limited only by his shooting touch and decision-making

8. Josh Giddey | Magic (via Bulls)

Adelaide 36ers (Australia) | Position: G | Height: 6-8

Status: International

Most Common: 10 (6)

Big guard who can dish and defend, likely providing efficient minutes from the jump; scoring punch will determine how versatile the lineups can get

9. Franz Wagner | Kings

Michigan | Position: F | Height: 6-9

Status: Sophomore

Most Common: 9 (6)

Stretch 4 set to stretch the floor if he can extend range consistently beyond the arc; can slot within multiple offenses alongside strong creators

10. Moses Moody | Grizzlies (via Pelicans*)

Arkansas | Position: G | Height: 6-8

Status: Freshman

Most Common: 8 (4)

Helped lead Arkansas into the Elite 8; strong standstill shooter and high-volume rebounder for a two-guard

11. Alperen Sengun | Hornets

Besiktas International (Turkey) | Position: C | Height: 6-10

Status: International

Most Common: 12 (6)

Big man is known for his physical play and ability to get open around the basket; Will turn 19 days after the 2021 draft, so some seasoning to his game will be required 

12. Davion Mitchell | Spurs

Baylor | Position: G | Height: 6-2

Status: Junior

Most Common: 13 (7)

Steady hand guided Baylor to the NCAA title; displays solid shot-making, playmaking and on-ball defense, which should provide a high floor from whenever he first hits NBA hardwood

13. Corey Kispert | Pacers

Gonzaga | Position: G/F | Height: 6-7

Status: Senior

Most Common: 11 (3)

Possibly the best shooter in the draft, connected on 44% of 6.5 attempts from 3-point range (52.9% overall); should offer floor spacing from the first time he cracks a rotation 

14. Kai Jones | Warriors

Texas | Position: F | Height: 6-10

Status: Sophomore

Most Common: 11 (4)

Late-blooming forward with an impressive combination of size and athleticism who has made major strides as a shooter

Other prospects to watch:

Keon Johnson

Tennessee | Position: G/F | Height: 6-5

Status: Freshman

Rugged, aggressive defender should be able to push the pace on both ends, earning minutes with floor burns and fast breaks until the playmaking catches up

Jalen Johnson

Duke | Position: F | Height: 6-9

Status: Freshman

Multifaceted, athletic wing with all-around game that should translate well to NBA; Has explosiveness and leaping ability, can also shoot well from the outside

Last updated: July 28, 2021 (11:32 p.m. ET)


MOCK DRAFTS

ESPN.com

1. Cade Cunningham
2. Jalen Green
3. Evan Mobley
4. Jalen Suggs
5. Scottie Barnes
6. James Bouknight
7. Franz Wagner
8. Jonathan Kuminga
9. Moses Moody
10. Josh Giddey
11. Corey Kispert
12. Alperen Sengun
13. Davion Mitchell
14. Chris Duarte

Last updated: July 28

The Ringer

1. Cade Cunningham
2. Jalen Green
3. Evan Mobley
4. Jalen Suggs
5. Scottie Barnes
6. James Bouknight
7. Josh Giddey
8. Jonathan Kuminga
9. Alperen Sengun
10. Moses Moody
11. Franz Wagner
12. Keon Johnson
13. Corey Kispert
14. Davion Mitchell

Last updated: July 27

The Athletic

1. Cade Cunningham
2. Jalen Green
3. Evan Mobley
4. Jalen Suggs
5. Scottie Barnes
6. James Bouknight
7. Jonathan Kuminga
8. Moses Moody
9. Franz Wagner
10. Josh Giddey
11. Corey Kispert
12. Alperen Sengun
13. Davion Mitchell
14. Chris Duarte

Last updated: July 28

SI.com

1. Cade Cunningham
2. Jalen Green
3. Evan Mobley
4. Jalen Suggs
5. Scottie Barnes
6. James Bouknight
7. Josh Giddey
8. Jonathan Kuminga
9. Alperen Sengun
10. Franz Wagner
11. Kai Jones
12. Moses Moody
13. Corey Kispert
14. Davion Mitchell

Last updated: July 28

Yahoo Sports

1. Cade Cunningham
2. Jalen Green
3. Evan Mobley
4. Jalen Suggs
5. Scottie Barnes
6. Jonathan Kuminga
7. James Bouknight
8. Josh Giddey
9. Franz Wagner
10. Corey Kispert
11. Davion Mitchell
12. Kai Jones
13. Keon Johnson
14. Chris Duarte

Last updated: July 28

Bleacher Report

1. Cade Cunningham
2. Jalen Green
3. Evan Mobley
4. Scotting Barnes
5. Jalen Suggs
6. James Bouknight
7. Jonathan Kuminga
8. Moses Moody
9. Franz Wagner
10. Josh Giddey
11. Corey Kispert
12. Alperen Segnun
13. Davion Mitchell
14. Chris Duarte

Last updated: July 28

NetScouts Basketball

1. Cade Cunningham
2. Jalen Green
3. Evan Mobley
4. Jalen Suggs
5. Scottie Barnes
6. Jonathan Kuminga
7. James Bouknight
8. Alperen Sengun
9. Franz Wagner
10. Josh Giddey
11. Kai Jones
12. Keon Johnson
13. Davion Mitchell
14. Chris Duarte

Last updated: July 28

CBS Sports(Gary Parrish)

1. Cade Cunningham
2. Jalen Green
3. Evan Mobley
4. Jalen Suggs
5. Jonathan Kuminga
6. Scottie Barnes
7. Davion Mitchell
8. James Bouknight
9. Keon Johnson
10. Moses Moody
11. Josh Giddey
12. Isaiah Jackson
13. Franz Wagner
14. Alperen Sengun

Last updated: July 28 

CBS Sports (Kyle Boone)

1. Cade Cunningham
2. Jalen Green
3. Scottie Barnes
4. Evan Mobley
5. Jalen Suggs
6. James Bouknight
7. Jonathan Kuminga
8. Moses Moody
9. Franz Wagner
10. Corey Kispert
11. Alperen Segnun
12. Josh Giddey
13. Jalen Johnson
14. Davion Mitchell

Last updated: July 28

SB Nation

1. Cade Cunningham
2. Jalen Green
3. Evan Mobley
4. Jalen Suggs
5. Scottie Barnes
6. Jonathan Kuminga
7. James Bouknight
8. Franz Wagner
9. Moses Moody
10. Josh Giddey
11. Kai Jones
12. Alperen Segnun
13. Davion Mitchell
14. Corey Kispert

Last updated: July 28

USA Today/FTW

1. Cade Cunningham
2. Jalen Green
3. Evan Mobley
4. Scottie Barnes
5. Jalen Suggs
6. James Bouknight
7. Josh Giddey
8. Jonathan Kuminga
9. Moses Moody
10. Franz Wagner
11. Usman Garuba
12. Alperen Segnun
13. Davion Mitchell
14. Chris Duarte

Last updated: July 28

Basketball News

1. Cade Cunningham
2. Jalen Green
3. Evan Mobley
4. Jalen Suggs
5. Scottie Barnes
6. James Bouknight
8. Jonathan Kuminga
9. Moses Moody
10. Franz Wagner
11. Josh Giddey
12. Kai Jones
12. Alperen Segnun
13. Davion Mitchell
14. Chris Duarte

Last updated: July 28

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ESPN Insider: Jonathan Givony

The Ringer: Kevin O’Connor

The Athletic: Sam Vecenie

SI.com: Jeremy Woo

Bleacher Report: Jonathan Wasserman

Yahoo Sports: Krysten Peek

NetScouts Basketball: Carl Berman

CBS Sports: Kyle Boone, Gary Parrish

SB Nation: Ricky O’Donnell

USA Today / FTW: Bryan Kalbrosky

Basketball News: Matt Babcock

Sours: https://www.nba.com/news/2021-consensus-mock-draft

Way-Too-Early 2022 NBA Mock Draft: Welcome to the Chet Holmgren Hype Machine

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11. Washington Wizards: Kennedy Chandler (Tennessee, PG, Freshman)

12. New York Knicks: Daimion Collins (Kentucky, C, Freshman)

13. Indiana Pacers: Peyton Watson (UCLA, SF, Freshman)

14. Toronto Raptors: Jaden Ivey (Purdue, SG, Sophomore)

15. Memphis Grizzlies (via Pelicans): Jean Montero (Overtime Elite, PG, 2003)

16. Memphis Grizzlies: Dyson Daniels (G League Elite, SG, 2003)

17. Portland Trail Blazers: Nikola Jovic (Mega Leks, SF, 2003)

18. Boston Celtics: Bennedict Mathurin (Arizona, SG/SF, Sophomore)

19. Houston Rockets (via Heat): Kendall Brown (Baylor, SF, Freshman)

20. Atlanta Hawks: J.D. Davison (Alabama, PG, Freshman)  

With Keon Johnson and Jaden Springer leaving for the NBA, Chandler should have a big role running Tennessee's offense. He just showed off his shooting touch at the U19 World Cup, and though not blessed with great size (6'0"), he'll earn fans with his athletic ability, pace, overall skill level, IQ and defensive quickness.

Kentucky gets a quick replacement for Isaiah Jackson in Collins, an outstanding frontcourt athlete. He could come close to matching Jackson's shot-blocking activity with his mobility and length. And it's easy to picture plenty of easy baskets fueled by his tools and bounce at the rim.

Montero was a huge signing for Overtime Elite. He's a scoring ball-handler with exciting creation skills and dangerous shot-making ability.

Watson is raw, but he aces the eye test with his positional size (6'7", 180 lbs), athleticism and budding face-up skills, and he'll join a loaded UCLA team that's getting back Johnny Juzang and Jaime Jaquez Jr.

Ivey's stock is already up after a solid showing at the U19 World Cup (12.3 points and 1.6 steals per game, 48.3 percent shooting). Athletic with shot-creation and shot-making potential, he appears to be on breakout watch heading into his sophomore year with confidence.

Daniels just averaged 14.0 points, 4.6 assists and 2.3 steals per game for Australia in the U19 World Cup. He's a combo guard with athleticism, three-level scoring skills and playmaking ability, and he figures to do most of the facilitating next to Jaden Hardy with the Ignite.

Jovic is also coming off a huge U19 World Cup, where he averaged 18.1 points on 36.4 percent shooting from three. He blends his 6'10" size with guard skills and just needs to show he can defend with some more toughness away from the basket.

Scouts should fall in love with Brown's defensive athleticism and instincts at Baylor, while Mathurin's shooting potential should already have their attention. Davison's explosiveness will generate plenty of buzz, though he'll need to show he can make good decisions and enough promise as a shooter.

Sours: https://bleacherreport.com/articles/2946134-way-too-early-2022-nba-mock-draft-welcome-to-the-chet-holmgren-hype-machine
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2022 NBA Mock Draft: Paolo Banchero to Thunder, Chet Holmgren to Magic among way-too-early projections

We're only four days removed from the 2021 NBA Draft but a whopping 325 (!!) days away from the event's return. So I'll be the first to throw out this rather obvious but nonetheless important caveat about my 2022 mock draft below: a whole lot can change between Aug. 2, 2021 and June 23, 2022. Players not on the first-round radar will undoubtedly emerge. Top-10 prospects now may not be top-10 prospects a year from now. And as things stand, the race for No. 1 remains wide open.

Yet even this far out, with so much still to learn about the 2022 draft class, we have a pretty good idea of what the draft will look like. Sure, the order of teams will change, as will the order of how we rank the class as we get more information over the next year. But, by and large, the pool of first-round prospects is already in focus.

Enough qualifiers -- below is my first stab at first-round projections for the 2022 class. Let's dive in. (Draft order is sorted by SportsLine win total projections for the 2021-22 NBA season.)

1. Thunder: Paolo Banchero (Duke)

At 6-foot-10 with the ability to create off the bounce, score it from every level and defend well for his size because of his length and energy, Banchero gets the early nod for me as the No. 1 in this class. He's going to be a star at Duke as a freshman this season. He can really solidify his standing here if he continues to show off the skill on the perimeter and in the post that has made him such a fascinating prospect, and he'll get the chance to do a little of everything as the likely No. 1 option for the Blue Devils this season.

2. Magic: Chet Holmgren (Gonzaga)

Holmgren won MVP for the U-19 World Cup team that took home the gold earlier this summer. He's a rangy center who has the skills of a big in that he can protect the rim, finish lobs and use his length to affect the game. However, what makes him a top-five talent in this class is the other stuff. He has an advanced handle for his size, can knock down 3s and has mega-sized wing talent -- making him a potential unicorn at 7-foot. He undoubtedly needs to work on his frame and pack on muscle, but there's so much skill to love in addition to the size and shot-blocking.

3. Pistons: Jalen Duren (TBD)

This is a projection on my part. Duren is currently the No. 1 prospect in the 2022 class and, thus, officially not draft-eligible until 2023. However, Matt Norlander reports that the expectation is that he eventually reclassifies and becomes eligible for 2022. If -- and when -- that move becomes official, I expect he'll launch himself into No. 1 pick consideration. So consider me the anti-Gary Parrish on Duren's pro prospects. (For posterity: GP has him as a lottery pick.) Physically gifted with a mature body already and a low-post force whose game should translate seamlessly. I'm a huge fan.

4. Cavaliers: Jaden Hardy (G League Ignite)

A tough two-way guard who will headline this year's G League Ignite crop, Hardy is a score-first point guard. He's really crafty at creating off the dribble and delivering dimes with good positional size. From a scoring perspective, he can really fill it up with a good mix of an in-between game and deep range. One of the most electric offensive talents in next year's draft.

5. Spurs: Jaden Ivey (Purdue)

Sign me up as president, CEO and conductor of the Jaden Ivey hype train. This kid is the real deal. Came on late for Purdue last season as a scorer and flashed further NBA potential this summer at the FIBA U-19 World Cup as a do-it-all guard who can score it and defend. Has a Marcus Smart-like impact on the game because of his roll-up-the-sleeves-and-work mindset. Needs to improve off his 25.8% 3-point number from last season, and I'm betting he does. Even if he doesn't, though, there's so many pieces of his game that translate to the NBA.

6. Rockets: Adrian Griffin (Duke)

Griffin at No. 6 may look silly a year from now, but there's a very real chance he goes No. 1 next summer. The combination of his 6-foot-7 frame, explosiveness and shot-making separate him as one of the most exciting prospects in this class. Personally, I'm taking a wait-and-see approach. He's coming off a year in which he sat because of an ankle injury, and that's a year removed from suffering a knee injury. He and Banchero are two of the biggest reasons I'm buying Duke title stock already, though. There's not a more talented 1-2 in the ACC -- and maybe the country -- than the Blue Devils will have with that duo. 

7. Kings: Caleb Houstan (Michigan)

Even on a loaded Michigan team that'll feature sophomore Hunter Dickinson, Houstan looks like a one-and-done lottery pick because of his refined skill set for his size. He can shoot it well with deep range, has a mature frame at 6-foot-8 and the size to be a jumbo-sized wing due to his ability to put the ball on the floor and create. Led Team Canada in scoring at the FIBA U-19 World Cup earlier this summer and struggled efficiency-wise, but finds a great fit at Michigan where he'll really be able to showcase his skills.

8. Hornets: Nikola Jovic (Serbia)

Nikola Jovic is a big man out of Serbia (not to be confused with Nikola Jokic out of Serbia; he's the reigning NBA MVP) who, at 18 years old, will start this season squarely in the lottery discussion after averaging 11.8 points, 5.5 rebounds and hitting 40% from 3-point range as a 17-year-old last season for Mega Basket. Jovic plays like a big guard, as he can create off the dribble and has really good passing skills, and at 6-foot-10 that blend of talent is worthy of top-10 consideration. 

9. Timberwolves: Patrick Baldwin (UW-Milwaukee)

An ankle injury early in Baldwin's senior season derailed a promising year in which he might've made a real push for the No. 1 recruit in his class. Now fully healthy, he's set to be a superstar for UW-Milwaukee -- where his father coaches -- this upcoming season because of his elite shooting ability for his size and position.

10. Pelicans: Jabari Smith Jr. (Auburn)

The son of former big man Jabari Smith, Jabari Smith Jr. has the size, skill and feel to be a fit at the power forward in today's modern game. Good shooter who can stretch the floor but has the skill to play inside, too, though he needs to add to his wiry frame in college. Should be one of the few must-watch freshmen in college hoops next season as a day-one contributor for Auburn next to UNC transfer Walker Kessler. Holy fun.

11. Pacers: Kennedy Chandler (Tennessee)

I'll admit I am higher than most on Chandler entering the season. The rub here is that he's on the smaller size for an NBA point guard (6-foot-1). The counter -- and his own personal counter on the court -- is that he's a First-Team All-Does Everything frontrunner next season. High-level passer who is a true floor general and loves affecting winning in all the small ways. Guards with his IQ and confidence are those I tend to gravitate toward, and I think he can be a lottery pick if it clicks for him under Rick Barnes at Tennessee.

12. Raptors: Yannick Nzosa (Congo)

Nzosa is a long, lean 7-footer who projects as a run-and-rim big at the next level. Moves very well for his size and uses his length to affect shots on defense. He has a nice little lefty floater and pretty good touch around the bucket, but at this point he's primarily a lob finisher whose main appeal is as a do-it-all versatile defender.

13. Wizards: Peyton Watson (UCLA)

On a loaded UCLA team next season featuring Johnny Juzang and Jaime Jaquez Jr., both potential first-rounders, Watson is likely off the board first in 2022. He's a 6-foot-8 wing whose length is disruptive on defense. He's still developing on offense, and physically there's some room for him to grow, but jumbo prospects with the upside of a combo guard/wing like him typically go earlier than later in drafts.

14. Grizzlies: TyTy Washington (Kentucky)

In the span of only a year, Washington has transformed from a recruit barely ranked in the top-100 to a borderline top-10 recruit. He's a true combo guard who can score it at every level, and knows how and when to get teammates involved, too. Expecting him to take over a starting role at Kentucky and emerge as a lottery guy if what we've seen over the last year continues.

15. Bulls: Roko Prkacin (Cibona)

Prkacin had some real first-round momentum before withdrawing late in the 2021 NBA Draft process. He should enter next year as a potential first-rounder because of his 6-foot-10 frame and floor-spacing potential after making 39.4% of his 3s with Cibona last season in the Adriatic League. 

16. Rockets (via Heat): J.D. Davison (Alabama)

Nate Oats has a habit of recruiting and producing big-time guard prospects, and after two of his understudies went in the lottery in consecutive years (Kira Lewis Jr. and Josh Primo), Davison might be ready to keep that streak alive. He's a physically mature freshman ready to step in and take the reins from day one in Tuscaloosa, and his power and explosiveness from the lead guard spot should make him a can't-miss first-rounder.

17. Knicks: Marcus Bagley (Arizona State)

Not participating in the NBA Draft Combine didn't help Bagley's stock and, ultimately, he chose to return to Arizona State. It was probably the right call. He played in only 12 games because of injuries and didn't quite get to showcase his full array of skills. That hopefully won't be the case this season. He should be the focal point of what ASU does with Josh Christopher gone, and his game projects well as a big-bodied 3-and-D wing.

18. Nuggets: Johnny Juzang (UCLA)

The way Juzang took -- and made -- tough shots in the NCAA Tournament generated serious first-round buzz before he withdrew and returned to UCLA. He should be one of the faces of college basketball next season for a top-five Bruins team, and if he's able to build off his March Madness run, there will be first-round interest in him as a 6-foot-6 wing who can get buckets.

19. Trail Blazers: Kendall Brown (Baylor)

Scott Drew has never had a one-and-done get drafted in the first round, but Brown could -- and most likely will -- be the first. He's a 6-foot-8 wing with a great positional size advantage and crazy athleticism who will be highly-coveted for teams looking to add a long defensive wing with major long-term upside.

20. Hawks: Jean Montero (Overtime Elite)

Overtime Elite landing Montero was a massive win for the startup league. He's got top-10 potential and could really help the league establish a pipeline to the NBA. More than that, though, Montero is just an absolute show-stopper. He plays with so much swagger and pizazz on the court and has the skills -- namely as a scorer and creator -- to back it all up. 

21. Mavericks: Bennedict Mathurin (Arizona)

Mathurin made a strong impression playing for Canada at the FIBA U-19 World Cup where he averaged the seventh-most points per game among all players (16.1) and shot 48.8% from the field and 34.5% from 3-point range (after making 52.1% on 2s and 41.8% on 3s as a freshman at Arizona). The elevator pitch for him is simple: he's a big wing who can really shoot it.

22. Thunder (via LAC): Dyson Daniels (G League Ignite)

G League Ignite will feature Daniels next to Hardy next season as one of the most fun and electric backcourts to watch in the game. Daniels is coming off a strong FIBA U-19 World Cup showing in which he averaged 14 points and 4.6 assists per game for Australia, and he has the scoring and playmaking chops to be a legitimate wing creator.

23. 76ers: Dylan Disu (Texas)

Disu averaged 15.0 points and 9.2 rebounds while hitting 36.9% of his 3s last season at Vanderbilt. He'll be featured in the first iteration of Texas' new-look program under Chris Beard and his size, scoring and willingness to crash the boards could draw interest from teams in the first round. 

24. Warriors: Mark Williams (Duke)

Overcoming a slow start to his Duke career, Williams finished with a flurry as a freshman last season averaging 16.7 points and 7.8 rebounds over his final six games -- including a monstrous 23 points and 19 rebounds in the season finale against Louisville. He should be able to pick up where he left off last season and the fit next to Banchero in the frontcourt should benefit him.

25. Grizzlies (via Jazz): Matthew Mayer (Baylor)

After losing four starters, two of which were drafted (Davion Mitchell and Jared Butler), Mayer is in line for a feature role with the reigning title winners of Baylor. There's reason to buy into his talent in an expanded role after hitting 39.5% of his 3s last season as a 6-foot-9 role-player. Could be one of college basketball's big breakout stars in 2021-22.

26. Celtics: Terrence Shannon Jr. (Texas Tech)

Really like Shannon Jr. as a prospect and had him as a top-40 guy in the 2021 draft before he returned to school. 6-foot-6 shooting guard who gets after it defensively and can attack downhill (to say nothing of his powerful finishing ability). Needs to improve his shot after hitting only 32.8% from 3 in his first two seasons. I buy the touch and the silky left-handed release.

27. Pelicans (via Lakers): Kadary Richmond (Seton Hall)

Richmond averaged 6.3 points and 2.6 boards per game as a freshman at Syracuse last season but routinely was one of the more impactful players on the Orange roster. In a bigger role at Seton Hall, teams will love what they see from him defensively. If his offense develops from last year, he'll be on the first-round radar.

28. Thunder (via Suns): Ousmane Dieng (France)

Really intriguing long-term prospect here with Dieng, who at 6-foot-9 has real playmaking and passing chops for his position and effectively operates as a primary ball-handler. Still very young and needs to add to his long and slender frame, but has the baseline to be one of the draft's biggest booms if it comes together for him.

29. Heat (via Nets): Jabari Walker (Colorado)

Like a number of others on this list, the appeal with Walker is two-fold: He has an NBA frame for a forward and can shoot the leather off the ball. He made 52.3% of his 3s as a freshman last season, albeit on only 44 attempts. With McKinley Wright IV off to the NBA he'll see an expanded role as a sophomore.

30. Bucks: Daimion Collins (Kentucky)

Athletically, Collins is going to check all the boxes of a first-round pick: he's an explosive leaper who has crazy long arms and can do a little of everything around the rim on both ends of the court. He may be more of a developmental prospect, though. Very raw and thin. Still, he's the type of player teams tend to bet on, and if some of that comes together for him at Kentucky he'll easily slide up this list.

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2022 aggregate NBA mock draft: Debut ranking of all notable prospects

The 2021 NBA draft class finished their first go-around in the summer league, which means evaluators are fully focused on next year’s class.

In order to help us get a better sense of where all of the projected top prospects in the class stand as of right now, we compiled mock drafts from Bleacher Report, Yahoo, The Athletic, Yahoo, SB Nation, NBADraft.net, CBS Sports, and USA TODAY Sports Media Group’s For The Win.

Please note that these rankings reflect the composite score to get a feel for consensus, not our own opinion.

Collegiate teams who had more than two players appear on a mock were Auburn, Baylor, Duke, Kentucky, Michigan, Tennessee and UCLA. Three players will be on the G League’s Ignite roster and one is on Overtime’s Elite squad.

Additionally, seven players are rostered in Spain and four are playing in Australia’s NBL. There are also three players on Serbia’s KK Mega Basket included.

Freshmen one-and-done candidates who didn’t make the list but could climb on to join during the season: Harrison Ingram (Stanford), Trevor Keels (Duke), Bryce McGowens (Nebraska), Josh Minott (Memphis), Kowacie Reeves (Florida), Bryce Hopkins (Kentucky), Nathan Bittle (Oregon) and Jeremy Sochan (Baylor).

Some of the most notable collegiate returners who were snubbed from these rankings: Marcus Williams (Texas A&M), Jonathan Davis (Wisconsin), Kofi Cockburn (Illinois), Zach Edey (Purdue), Adam Miller (LSU), Colin Castleton (Florida) and Tyson Etienne (Wichita State).

Relevant international prospects to know who were not included below: Fedor Zugic, Lefteris Mantzoukas, Jayson Tchicamboud, Nikita Mikhailovskii, Yoan MakoundouTom Digbeu and Makur Maker.

Otherwise, you can learn the latest updates on every single prospect who has been included in recent mock drafts by scrolling below.

HoopsHype’s Alberto de Roa contributed research to this report

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Big, 6-10, Freshman (Duke)

HIGHEST RANK: 1

LOWEST RANK: 2

Duke freshman Paolo Banchero currently has a narrow lead in the pole spot for the 2022 NBA draft. But he doesn’t sit as comfortably as some recent top picks like Cade Cunningham or Zion Williamson did before the season had officially begun.

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Big, 7-1, Freshman (Gonzaga)

HIGHEST RANK: 1

LOWEST RANK: 3

Among the projections we reviewed, Banchero and Chet Holmgren actually finished with the same amount of placements at No. 1 overall. The Athletic’s Sam Vecenie, however, moved the Gonzaga freshman big to No. 3 whereas Banchero never fell below No. 2 in any prediction.

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Guard, 6-4, G League (Ignite)

HIGHEST RANK: 3

LOWEST RANK: 9

Banchero and Holmgren are split for the top two spots but most evaluators seem to agree that the next tier belongs to Jaden Hardy, an elite scorer who will be the face of the G League’s Ignite program next season.

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Wing, 6-8, Freshman (Michigan)

HIGHEST RANK: 5

LOWEST RANK: 10

Michigan’s Caleb Houstan played alongside recent draft picks Cade Cunningham, Scottie BarnesMoses MoodyDay’Ron SharpePrecious Achiuwa and Balsa Koprivika in high school while at Montverde Academy. He projects to join the ranks as yet another high draftee from that remarkable pipeline of talent.

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Wing, 6-8, Freshman (Duke)

HIGHEST RANK: 3

LOWEST RANK: 20

There is a wide range of outcome scenarios for Adrian Griffin Jr. – whose father is an assistant coach for the Toronto Raptors – because he had limited playing time during his senior year of high school. However, when we have seen him on the floor, he has been one of the most explosive prospects in the class.

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Big, 6-10, Freshman (Auburn)

HIGHEST RANK: 4

LOWEST RANK: 18

Auburn’s Jabari Smith is a favorite among evaluators right now because he has good size and he can shoot, which will make him a valuable addition to any NBA frontcourt rotation.

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Wing, 6-10, Freshman (UW Milwaukee)

HIGHEST RANK: 4

LOWEST RANK: 18

It’s fairly uncommon to see someone from the Horizon League conference projected as high as Patrick Baldwin Jr. is ranked but it’s easy to see why when you watch him play. The incoming freshman is a phenomenal shooter, especially for someone his size, and the offense will run through him as he plays for a program his father will coach.

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Wing, 6-9, Freshman (UCLA)

HIGHEST RANK: 6

LOWEST RANK: 15

UCLA’s Peyton Watson is a swiss-army knife for a basketball team but will stand out due to his defensive tenacity. His team is a projected title contender in the NCAA tournament next season, which will help him raise his profile in college.

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Wing, 6-4, Sophomore (Purdue)

HIGHEST RANK: 5

LOWEST RANK: 20

Among non-freshmen, no one has a higher draft stock than Purdue’s Jaden Ivey right now. He is an excellent two-way player who provides value on both offense and defense and after impressing on the FIBA U19 circuit for Team USA, he seems poised for a potential breakout season.

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Wing, 6-10, International (Mega – Serbia)

HIGHEST RANK: 6

LOWEST RANK: 24

Serbia’s Nikola Jovic is another player who was able to raise his draft stock considerably during the FIBA U19 tournament. He has an effortless jump shot and he can move fairly well for someone his height, which makes him among the most intriguing international prospects in this class.

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Wing, 6-6, Sophomore (Arizona)

HIGHEST RANK: 11

LOWEST RANK: 21

Arizona’s Bennedict Mathurin was perhaps the most surprising player from the college ranks who did not declare for the draft this past season. Once he returns to the NCAA as a sophomore, he has a chance to be one of the most exciting collegiate players in 2021-22 because of his blend of shooting, size and athleticism.

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Guard, 6-3, Freshman (Alabama)

HIGHEST RANK: 9

LOWEST RANK: 32

Alabama has made a habit of sending one-and-done guards to the NBA in recent years and JD Davison looks to join the likes of Collin SextonKira Lewis Jr. and Josh Primo in that club. As of right now, he would be one of the first primary ball handlers to hear his name called on draft night.

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Big, 6-10, Freshman (Memphis)

HIGHEST RANK: 1

LOWEST RANK: 8*

This ranking is the most confusing because Jalen Duren re-classified to forego his senior year and join this draft class after some mock drafts had already been published. Once all mock drafts account for the fact he will be playing college basketball – and not another year of high school – expect his rankings to soar somewhere near the first three picks in the next projections.

* = among mock drafts that included this prospect

Big, 6-11, International (Unicaja – Spain)

HIGHEST RANK: 4

LOWEST RANK: 12*

* = among mock drafts that included this prospect

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Guard, 6-1, Freshman (Tennessee)

HIGHEST RANK: 11

LOWEST RANK: 23

* = among mock drafts that included this prospect

Big, 6-9, Freshman (Kentucky)

HIGHEST RANK: 7

LOWEST RANK: 43

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Guard, 6-3, Freshman (Kentucky)

HIGHEST RANK: 14

LOWEST RANK: 24

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Guard, 6-2, Overtime (Elite)

HIGHEST RANK: 12

LOWEST RANK: 20*

* = among mock drafts that included this prospect

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Guard, 6-4, G League (Ignite)

HIGHEST RANK: 14

LOWEST RANK: 22*

* = among mock drafts that included this prospect

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Wing, 6-9, International (New Zealand Breakers – Australia)

HIGHEST RANK: 14

LOWEST RANK: 50*

* = among mock drafts that included this prospect

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Wing, 6-9, International (Cibona – Croatia)

HIGHEST RANK: 13

LOWEST RANK: 25*

* = among mock drafts that included this prospect

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Big, 7-0, Sophomore (Duke)

HIGHEST RANK: 11

LOWEST RANK: 41*

* = among mock drafts that included this prospect

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Wing, 6-8, Freshman (Baylor)

HIGHEST RANK: 11

LOWEST RANK: 28*

* = among mock drafts that included this prospect

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Wing, 6-8, Sophomore (Colorado)

HIGHEST RANK: 20

LOWEST RANK: 36*

* = among mock drafts that included this prospect

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Wing, 6-6, Junior (Auburn)

HIGHEST RANK: 19

LOWEST RANK: 49*

* = among mock drafts that included this prospect

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Wing, 6-7, Sophomore (Arizona St.)

HIGHEST RANK: 17

LOWEST RANK: 46*

* = among mock drafts that included this prospect

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Big, 6-8, G League (Ignite)

HIGHEST RANK: 22

LOWEST RANK: 38*

* = among mock drafts that included this prospect

Wing, 6-6, Freshman (Florida St.)

HIGHEST RANK: 10

LOWEST RANK: 31*

* = among mock drafts that included this prospect

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Big, 6-8, Sophomore (Iowa)

HIGHEST RANK: 17

LOWEST RANK: 51*

* = among mock drafts that included this prospect

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Wing, 6-5, Senior (Marshall)

HIGHEST RANK: 16

LOWEST RANK: 47*

* = among mock drafts that included this prospect

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Wing, 6-9, Senior (Baylor)

HIGHEST RANK: 22

LOWEST RANK: 46*

* = among mock drafts that included this prospect

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Wing, 6-6, Freshman (Michigan St.)

HIGHEST RANK: 13

LOWEST RANK: 35*

* = among mock drafts that included this prospect

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Wing, 6-7, Junior (St. John’s)

HIGHEST RANK: 23

LOWEST RANK: 41*

* = among mock drafts that included this prospect

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Wing, 6-6, Junior (UCLA)

HIGHEST RANK: 16

LOWEST RANK: 45*

* = among mock drafts that included this prospect

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Wing, 6-6, Junior (Texas Tech)

HIGHEST RANK: 25

LOWEST RANK: 52*

* = among mock drafts that included this prospect

Guard, 6-2, Freshman (Gonzaga)

HIGHEST RANK: 22

LOWEST RANK: 26*

* = among mock drafts that included this prospect

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Wing, 6-6, Junior (UCLA)

HIGHEST RANK: 18

LOWEST RANK: 47*

* = among mock drafts that included this prospect

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Big, 6-9, Freshman (Tennessee)

HIGHEST RANK: 6

LOWEST RANK: 37*

* = among mock drafts that included this prospect

Big, 6-10, International (Real Madrid – Spain)

HIGHEST RANK: 21

LOWEST RANK: 33*

* = among mock drafts that included this prospect

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Guard, 6-4, Sophomore (North Carolina)

HIGHEST RANK: 17

LOWEST RANK: 29*

* = among mock drafts that included this prospect

Guard, 6-5, Sophomore (Seton Hall)

HIGHEST RANK: 19

Wing, 6-5, Senior (Kansas)

HIGHEST RANK: 21

Guard, 6-5, Freshman (Gonzaga)

HIGHEST RANK: 4

Guard, 6-5, Senior (Oregon)

HIGHEST RANK: 30

Guard, 6-2, Sophomore (TCU)

HIGHEST RANK: 21

Big, 6-10, Junior (Gonzaga)

HIGHEST RANK: 33

Wing, 6-6, Sophomore (Memphis)

HIGHEST RANK: 23

Big, 6-9, Junior (Indiana)

HIGHEST RANK: 25

Wing, 6-5, International (Adelaide 36ers – Australia)

HIGHEST RANK: 32

Wing, 6-7, Junior (Davidson)

HIGHEST RANK: 26

Big, 6-7, Sophomore (TCU)

HIGHEST RANK: 28

Wing, 6-6, Junior (Tennessee)

HIGHEST RANK: 29

Big, 7-1, Sophomore (Auburn)

HIGHEST RANK: 28

Guard, 6-4, International (Real Madrid – Spain)

HIGHEST RANK: 27

Big, 6-11, International (Gran Canaria – Spain)

HIGHEST RANK: 26

Guard, 6-1, Sophomore (Illinois)

HIGHEST RANK: 30

Guard, 6-8, Sophomore (St Joseph’s)

HIGHEST RANK: 24

Guard, 6-3, Junior (Oklahoma St.)

HIGHEST RANK: 15

Wing, 6-7, International (Fortitudo Bologna – Italy)

HIGHEST RANK: 40

Wing, 6-5, Freshman (Georgetown)

HIGHEST RANK: 19

Big, 7-1, International (Barca – Spain)

HIGHEST RANK: 35

Wing, 6-8, International (Minas – Brazil)

HIGHEST RANK: 31

Guard, 6-1, Senior (Alabama)

HIGHEST RANK: 25

Big, 6-9, Junior (Texas)

HIGHEST RANK: 23

Big, 6-11, Junior (Oregon)

HIGHEST RANK: 26

Guard, 6-5, Senior (Gonzaga)

HIGHEST RANK: 44

Wing, 6-5, Senior (Florida)

HIGHEST RANK: 27

Big, 6-9, Sophomore (UConn)

HIGHEST RANK: 28

Wing, 6-6, International (Mega – Serbia)

HIGHEST RANK: 44

Guard, 6-6, Sophomore (Tennessee)

HIGHEST RANK: 30

Guard, 6-1, Junior (Oral Roberts)

HIGHEST RANK: 42

Big, 6-9, Junior (VCU)

HIGHEST RANK: 33

Wing, 6-6, International (Nevezis – Lithuania)

HIGHEST RANK: 41

Big, 6-9, Junior (Oklahoma St.)

HIGHEST RANK: 34

Big, 6-7, Senior (Ohio St.)

HIGHEST RANK: 35

Guard, 6-3, International (New Zealand Breakers – Australia)

HIGHEST RANK: 35

Guard, 6-5, Sophomore (Oklahoma St.)

HIGHEST RANK: 38

Wing, 6-8, International (Andorra – Spain)

HIGHEST RANK: 39

Big, 6-7, Sophomore (Marquette)

HIGHEST RANK: 39

Big, 6-11, Freshman (Washington St.)

HIGHEST RANK: 40

Big, 6-11, Sophomore (Arizona)

HIGHEST RANK: 50

Big, 6-11, Sophomore (North Carolina)

HIGHEST RANK: 43

Guard, 6-2, Junior (Vanderbilt)

HIGHEST RANK: 44

Big, 7-0, International (Melbourne United – Australia)

HIGHEST RANK: 44

Big, 7-1, International (Mega – Serbia)

HIGHEST RANK: 45

Big, 6-8, Junior (Dayton)

HIGHEST RANK: 45

Big, 6-10, Senior (St. Bonaventure)

HIGHEST RANK: 46

Guard, 6-3, Junior (Baylor)

HIGHEST RANK: 47

Wing, 6-7, Sophomore (Maryland)

HIGHEST RANK: 48

Wing, 6-7, Junior (Kentucky)

HIGHEST RANK: 48

Guard, 6-2, Junior (Nevada)

HIGHEST RANK: 49

Wing, 6-8, Junior (Kansas)

HIGHEST RANK: 49

Big, 6-10, Sophomore (Washington St.)

HIGHEST RANK: 50

Big, 6-9, Senior (Virginia Tech)

HIGHEST RANK: 51

Wing, 6-7, Senior (Texas)

HIGHEST RANK: 52

Big, 6-10, Freshman (Michigan)

HIGHEST RANK: 53

Wing, 6-10, International (CB Prat – Spain)

HIGHEST RANK: 54

Big, 6-8, Junior (UCF)

HIGHEST RANK: 55

Wing, 6-7, International (Iraurgi SB – Spain)

HIGHEST RANK: 55

Wing, 6-7, Senior (Oregon St.)

HIGHEST RANK: 56

Wing, 6-7, Senior (Villanova)

HIGHEST RANK: 57

Big, 6-11, International (Paris – France)

HIGHEST RANK: 57

Guard, 6-3, Junior (Mississippi St.)

HIGHEST RANK: 59

Wing, 6-6, Senior (Rutgers)

HIGHEST RANK: 58

Guard, 6-4, International (Champagne – France)

HIGHEST RANK: 58

Guard, 6-1, Senior (Michigan)

HIGHEST RANK: 58

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Welcome to The Ringer’s 2021 NBA Draft Guide. From now through the event, this will be the hub for everything you need to know. It features Kevin O’Connor’s Big Board, in which he extensively breaks down each of the top prospects’ strengths, weaknesses, and closest NBA comparisons. It includes a mock draft with buzz and insight from around the league. And it has a section in which Matt Dollinger analyzes every team’s biggest roster needs. If you’re curious about any aspect of this class, we have it covered.

Who will define this draft? Which players could surge into the lottery? And how could this year’s draft impact the future of the league? Find out by returning here often.

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