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Updated: 6/27/15 1:21 am

Player | Ht | Wt | Pos | Team | Age

Karl-Anthony Towns

  1. Minnesota | Karl-Anthony Towns | 7-0 | 250 | C | Kentucky | 21

The Minnesota Timberwolves could not be any more fortunate at this moment, already having Andrew Wiggins, the most promising player the league has seen since Kevin Durant, successfully taking the gamble on Zach LaVine plus all of the other talented young players such as Shabazz Muhammad, Ricky Rubio, Gorgui Dieng, Anthony Bennett and Adreian Payne. At 19, Towns already has the perfect body for an NBA center, the best defensive player in this draft without a doubt, was nearly unguardable in the paint at Kentucky and even has a solid outside shot. Despite having the worst record in the NBA last season, the Minnesota Timberwolves are already looking like a potential championship contender in the near future with all of the young talent they already have, plus adding Towns on top of that.
Jahlil Okafor

  2. LA Lakers | Jahlil Okafor | 6-11 | 270 | C | Duke | 20

The Center is by far the weakest position in the NBA these days. Any team adding a Center as talented as Okafor let alone with a polished offensive game like his, definitely has a bright future to look forward to. So well coordinated along with his body for an NBA Center makes his lack of elite athleticism not even a concern for his potential. With the Lakers adding Jahlil Okafor along with already Julius Randle who missed all of last season will make them one scary frontcourt to play against for many years to come.
D'Angelo Russell

  3. Philadelphia | D'Angelo Russell | 6-4 | 195 | PG/SG | Ohio State | 20

A scoring point guard who immediately took the lead role for a program that is known to limit minutes for their freshmen. Philadelphia dealt Michael Carter-Williams at the deadline knowing they had a very solid chance to land Russell. For a team intentionally trying to lose in order to land a high draft pick, they will be adding another franchise player by taking Russell who could very well become the team's new leading scorer as a rookie. The Sixers will be adding another piece to the puzzle with Russell as their PG and Embiid and Noel as their bigs.
Emmanuel Mudiay

  4. *New York | Emmanuel Mudiay | 6-5 | 200 | PG | Congo | 20

Mudiay was my original projected #1 overall pick prior to announcing his decision to forgo college eligibility to go pro overseas. As I attended the 2014 Nike Hoop Summit Game that also had Okafor, Towns, Winslow and several other prospects from this draft, Emmanuel Mudiay was easily the best player on both teams in that game. A Derrick Rose/John Wall type of PG who could lead his team in both points and assists. A very explosive player when it comes to finishing around the basket and is incredibly quick. Mudiay's season in China was going very well, until he missed the majority of the season due to an ankle injury. Basically the Dante Exum of this year's draft by coming in without showing any proven talent at the college level.
Justise Winslow

  5. Orlando | Justise Winslow | 6-6 | 222 | SG/SF | Duke | 20

Whether your team is already loaded at the wing positions or not, its very difficult to pass on a player who attacks the basket like James Harden, but with the body of an NFL Linebacker and is probably the best on-ball defender in the draft as well. Winslow's performance in the NCAA Tournament without a doubt raised his stock.
Kristaps Porzingis

  6. Sacramento | Kristaps Porzingis | 7-1 | 230 | PF | Latvia | 21

The other mystery man from this year's draft is a 7'1 Eastern European PF who can finish very well around the basket, block shots like a maniac and even has a very solid outside shot.
Mario Hezonja

  7. Denver | Mario Hezonja | 6-8 | 215 | SG/SF | Croatia | 21

Willie Cauley-Stein

  8. Detroit | Willie Cauley-Stein | 7-0 | 242 | C | Kentucky | 23

The Charlotte Hornets have drafted a Power Forward each the last two drafts. They would be drafting a post player for the third consecutive year, but this time they would be taking a true center to step in for Al Jefferson, rather than pushing a Power Forward to play Center as he would also be an upgrade over Bismack Biyombo. As Willie Cauley-Stein is a great shot blocker and would often beat all of the Kentucky guards at running drills in practice, he is still painfully raw offensively, despite being one of the older prospects projected to land in the 1st round. Cauley-Stein has developed a decent hook shot since first he came to Kentucky, but still lacks of a coordinated post game.
Stanley Johnson

  9. Charlotte | Stanley Johnson | 6-6 | 242 | SF | Arizona | 20

Devin Booker

  10. Miami | Devin Booker | 6-6 | 205 | SG | Kentucky | 20

Cameron Payne

  11. Indiana | Cameron Payne | 6-2 | 185 | PG | Murray St. | 22

Will Cameron Payne join Steph Curry, Damian Lillard and Elfrid Payton on the list of small school PG's drafted in the lottery and making an immediate impact in the league? An outstanding passer who really knows how to get his teammates involved and arguably the best shooting PG in this draft as well. It is unknown if the Indiana Pacers are relying on George Hill to be their PG for much longer as Payne would work very well throwing lobs to Paul George.
Trey Lyles

  12. Utah | Trey Lyles | 6-10 | 240 | PF | Kentucky | 21

Frank Kaminsky

  13. Phoenix | Frank Kaminsky | 7-1 | 230 | C | Wisconsin | 23

Kaminsky went from being a Non-Top 100 recruit coming out of high school, to coming off the bench his first two seasons to winning the Naismith Award his senior year. Not the most athletic big man in this draft, but really understands the fundamentals of the game. Along with being very well coordinated in the post, Frank the Tank even has a solid outside shot which could also help his game translate to the next level. Best case scenario Kaminsky could be very similar to Brad Miller in the NBA or if not that, he could also be like Tyler Zeller which is also still very good.
Kelly Oubre

  14. Oklahoma Cty | Kelly Oubre | 6-7 | 205 | SF | Kansas | 21

Kelly Oubre is like the Zach LaVine of this year's draft. Still had very much to prove at the collegiate level and only averaged about 20 minutes per game. But whether a guy with athleticism like Oubre's proved much during their one year in college or not, it is very difficult to let a type of player like that slip by in the draft.
Myles Turner

  15. *Washington | Myles Turner | 6-11 | 240 | C | Texas | 20

Sam Dekker

  16. Boston | Sam Dekker | 6-9 | 220 | SF | Wisconsin | 22

RJ Hunter

  17. Milwaukee | RJ Hunter | 6-6 | 185 | SG | Georgia St. | 23

The Atlanta Hawks would make a perfect addition to their well balanced lineup by literally drafting the guy from down the road. Georgia State's RJ Hunter is arguably the best shooter in this draft who could be both a spot up shooter and could create his own shot at times.
Tyus Jones

  18. *Houston | Tyus Jones | 6-1 | 185 | PG | Duke | 20

Tyus Jones may not have Emmanuel Mudiay's athelticism or D'Angelo Russell's scoring ability, but Jones is a guy who really knows how to get the job done.
Bobby Portis

  19. *New York | Bobby Portis | 6-11 | 245 | PF | Arkansas | 21

Rashad Vaughn

  20. Toronto | Rashad Vaughn | 6-5 | 200 | SG | UNLV | 20

Kevon Looney

  21. Dallas | Kevon Looney | 6-9 | 222 | PF | UCLA | 20

Jerian Grant

  22. Chicago | Jerian Grant | 6-4 | 200 | PG | Notre Dame | 24

Rondae Hollis-Jefferson

  23. *Brooklyn | Rondae Hollis-Jefferson | 6-7 | 210 | SF | Arizona | 21

Justin Anderson

  24. *Minnesota | Justin Anderson | 6-6 | 230 | SG/SF | Virginia | 23

Terry Rozier

  25. Memphis | Terry Rozier | 6-2 | 190 | PG | Louisville | 22

Arturas Gudaitis

  26. San Antonio | Arturas Gudaitis | 6-10 | 255 | PF | Lithuania | 23

Montrezl Harrell

  27. *LA Lakers | Montrezl Harrell | 6-8 | 255 | PF | Louisville | 22

Jarell Martin

  28. *Boston | Jarell Martin | 6-9 | 240 | PF | LSU | 22

Keifer Sykes

  29. *Brooklyn | Keifer Sykes | 6-0 | 170 | PG | Wisconsin Green Bay | 22

Branden Dawson

  30. Golden St. | Branden Dawson | 6-7 | 230 | SF/PF | Michigan St. | 23

Joseph Young

  31. *Cleveland | Joseph Young | 6-2 | 185 | PG/SG | Oregon | 24

Mouhammadou Jaiteh

  32. *Houston | Mouhammadou Jaiteh | 6-11 | 250 | C | France | 22

Pat Connaughton

  33. *Boston | Pat Connaughton | 6-5 | 215 | SG | Notre Dame | 23

Delon Wright

  34. *LA Lakers | Delon Wright | 6-5 | 180 | PG/SG | Utah | 24

Cliff Alexander

  35. *New York | Cliff Alexander | 6-8 | 240 | PF/C | Kansas | 21

Christian Wood

  36. *Cleveland | Christian Wood | 6-10 | 215 | PF | UNLV | 21

Norman Powell

  37. *Philadelphia | Norman Powell | 6-4 | 215 | SG | UCLA | 23

Chris McCullough

  38. Detroit | Chris McCullough | 6-9 | 200 | PF | Syracuse | 21

Rakeem Christmas

  39. *Brooklyn | Rakeem Christmas | 6-9 | 245 | PF/C | Syracuse | 25

Cedi Osman

  40. Miami | Cedi Osman | 6-8 | 215 | SF | Turkey | 21

Guillermo Hernangomez

  41. *Portland | Guillermo Hernangomez | 6-11 | 250 | PF/C | Spain | 22

Tyler Harvey

  42. Utah | Tyler Harvey | 6-4 | 180 | SG | Eastern Washington | 23

Chasson Randle

  43. Indiana | Chasson Randle | 6-2 | 180 | PG/SG | Stanford | 23

Quinn Cook

  44. *Memphis | Quinn Cook | 6-1 | 180 | PG | Duke | 23

Nikola Milutinov

  45. Boston | Nikola Milutinov | 7-0 | 225 | PF/C | Serbia | 21

Awudu Abass

  46. *Toronto | Awudu Abass | 6-7 | 225 | SG | Italy | 23

Dakari Johnson

  47. *Philadelphia | Dakari Johnson | 7-0 | 260 | C | Kentucky | 21

Olivier Hanlan

  48. Oklahoma Cty | Olivier Hanlan | 6-4 | 185 | PG/SG | Boston College | 23

Jarvis Threatt

  49. Washington | Jarvis Threatt | 6-2 | 165 | PG | USA | 23

Josh Richardson

  50. *Atlanta | Josh Richardson | 6-6 | 200 | SG | Tennessee | 23

Brandon Ashley

  51. *Orlando | Brandon Ashley | 6-8 | 230 | PF | Arizona | 22

Mateusz Ponitka

  52. Dallas | Mateusz Ponitka | 6-6 | 205 | SG | Poland | 23

Richaun Holmes

  53. *Cleveland | Richaun Holmes | 6-9 | 245 | PF | Bowling Green | 23

Aaron Harrison

  54. *Portland | Aaron Harrison | 6-6 | 210 | SG | Kentucky | 22

Shawn Dawson

  55. San Antonio | Shawn Dawson | 6-6 | 190 | SG/SF | Israel | 22

Robert Upshaw

  56. *LA Clippers | Robert Upshaw | 7-0 | 260 | C | Washington | 22

Luka Mitrovic

  57. *Denver | Luka Mitrovic | 6-8 | 200 | SF/PF | Serbia | 23

Alan Williams

  58. *Philadelphia | Alan Williams | 6-8 | 260 | PF/C | UC Santa Barbara | 23

Andrew Harrison

  59. Atlanta | Andrew Harrison | 6-6 | 215 | PG/SG | Kentucky | 22

Michael Frazier

  60. *Philadelphia | Michael Frazier | 6-5 | 200 | SG | Florida | 22