Updated: 2020-11-14 19:14:58

2020

Point Guard

RankPlayerHWPosSchoolClassComments
1LaMeloBall6-6180PG0UnknownHuge upside, but also a huge risk. Shot and D big question marks.
2KillianHayes6-5195PG0UnknownA bit of a wildcard having played in weak league. PG with size/shot.
3TyreseHaliburton6-5185PGIowa St.So.Winner. Shot form is a concern despite tremendous analytic numbers.
4TyrellTerry6-3170PGStanfordFr.Size & weight a concern, but flashed great shooting/clutch play.
5ColeAnthony6-3185PGNorth CarolinaFr.Attitude a concern. But a big time talent turning into draft's sleeper
6TheoMaledon6-5185PG0UnknownA sepcimen type with length & ATH. Season dropped stock some.
7NicoMannion6-3190PGArizonaFr.Shot didn?t connect to his ability. Passion for game unquestioned.
8KiraLewis6-3170PGAlabamaSo.Passes eye test. Long, speedy PG. Very young. Toughness/leader?
9RJHampton6-4175PG/SG0UnknownHad some big prep performances. NZ season a bit underwhelming.
10MalachiFlynn6-2185PGSan Diego St.Jr.A winner who plays a cerebral brand of ball. Lacks upside, but solid.

Honorable Mentions

PlayerHWPosSchoolClass
KamarBaldwin6-1195PGButlerSr.
LeandroBolmaro6-6180PG/SG0Unknown
AnthonyCowan6-0170PGMarylandSr.
DevonDotson6-2185PGKansasSo.
JordanFord6-1175PGSt. Mary'sJr.
AlphaDiallo6-6210SG/SFProvidenceSr.
AshtonHagans6-3195PGKentuckySo.
MarkusHoward5-11170PGMarquetteSr.
MarkellJohnson6-1175PGNC StateSr.
TreJones6-2185PGDukeSo.

Shooting Guard

RankPlayerHWPosSchoolClassComments
1AnthonyEdwards6-5225SGGeorgiaFr.Draft's surest talent with upside. A tank with skills and ATH.
2IsaacOkoro6-6215SG/SFAuburnFr.Shooting is a question mark. But huge ATH presence and toughness.
3DevinVassell6-7200SGFlorida St.So.Showed impressive flashes. Smooth and ATH, with upside.
4JoshGreen6-6215SGArizonaFr.Sleeper. 3/D type. Not featured. Thrives in transition. Upside.
5AaronNesmith6-6215SG/SFVanderbiltSo.Draft's top shooter. Unproven, having missed conference play.
6TyreseMaxey6-3200SGKentuckyFr.Great kid. Lacks ATH, but solid quicks. 29% from 3 concerning.
7IsaiahJoe6-4170SGArkansasSo.Wiry, long. Pure shooter. Played through injury in SO year.
8ElijahHughes6-6230SGSyracuseJr.Sleeper. Older player but has great offensive skill and ATH.
9JahmiusRamsey6-4195SGTexas TechFr.Big FR season has him as late 1st projection. Erriatic at times.
10CassiusStanley6-6200SGDukeFr.High flying wing. Could surpise in late first/early 2nd. Older Fr.

Honorable Mentions

PlayerHWPosSchoolClass
TyShonAlexander6-3200PG/SGCreightonSo.
DesmondBane6-6220SGTCUSr.
MalcolmCazalon6-6185SG0Unknown
TrentForrest6-5205PG/SGFlorida St.Sr.
JalenHarris6-4195PG/SGNevadaJr.
MustaphaHeron6-5220SGSt. JohnsSr.
NateHinton6-5210SG/SFHoustonSo.
MasonJones6-5200SGJr.
SabenLee6-2175PG/SGVanderbiltSo.
SkylarMays6-4205PG/SGLSUSr.

Small Forward

RankPlayerHWPosSchoolClassComments
1PatrickWilliams6-7215SF/PFFlorida St.Fr.Late riser w/ huge upside. Unproven. Shot? Can he develop scoring?
2DeniAvdija6-9210SF0UnknownLuka he's not. But talented he is. Versatile, skilled, mature, determined.
3SaddiqBey6-8215SFVillanovaSo.Competitor. Overachiever. Unheralded in HS. Shot is flat but effective.
4JadenMcDaniels6-10200PFWashingtonFr.Huge talent, but questionable focus, desire. Body needs work.
5CJElleby6-7200SG/SFWashington StateSo.Aggressive scorer. Productive player in Pac-12. Lacks length, ATH.
6PaulEboua6-7220SF/PF0Unknown7-3.5 wingspan at 6-7, insane length. Skill and shot must improve.
7JordanNwora6-7225SFLouisvilleJr.Bigtime shooter. Lacks great speed, but has sneaky ATH.
8NajiMarshall6-7235PG/SGXavierJr.Scrappy forward. Solid ATH and skill, but nothing stands out.
9LamarStevens6-7230SF/PFPenn StateSr.Super bouncy forward. Bit of a tweener. Age & shooting concerns.
10JoshuaHall6-7195SFNC StateHSSr.Surprise that he stayed in. Shot and size gives him intrigue. Project.

Honorable Mentions

PlayerHWPosSchoolClass
LamineDiane6-7200SFCal St. NorthridgeSo.
MalikFitts6-8230SFSt. Mary'sJr.
AnthonyLamb6-6225SF/PFVermontSr.
KenyonMartin6-9230PFCincinnatiSr.
CameronMcGriff6-7220SFOklahoma StateJr.
IsiahaMike6-8200SFSMUSo.
TresTinkle6-8225SFOregon St.Sr.
KhalilWhitney6-7205SFKentuckyFr.
RobertWoodard6-7230SFMississippi St.So.

Power Forward

RankPlayerHWPosSchoolClassComments
1ObiToppin6-9220PFDaytonSo.Talent being slept on due to age. Explosive ATH w/ shooting.
2JalenSmith6-10220PFMarylandSo.Stix improved a lot in soph year. Long, versatile and cerebal.
3PreciousAchiuwa6-9235SF/PFMemphisFr.ATH forward with high motor and defensive upside. Versatile.
4TylerBey6-7215PFColoradoJr.Freak ATH but undersized & lacks bulk. 3P shot improved 41%
5AleksejPokusevski7-0190C0Unknownhas shooting and size. Rail thin. Lacks an NBA body and great ATH.
6PaulReed6-10220PF/CDePaulJr.Intriguing length and ATH. Unorthodox game, but high motor.
7ReggiePerry6-9250PF/CMississippi St.So.Center/forward who looks lost at times, and dominates at others.
8YoeliChilds6-7225PFBYUSr.Lacks height but has length. Solid skill and experience. Age a factor.
9MamadiDiakite6-10220PFVirginiaSr.Clutch shooter as he proved to win in '19. Age. Lacks muscle.
11KristianDoolittle6-7235SFOklahomaSr.

Honorable Mentions

PlayerHWPosSchoolClass
FreddieGillespie6-9245PF/CBaylorSr.
RayshaunHammonds6-8235PFGeorgiaJr.
DaliborIlic6-8205SF/PF0Unknown
EJMontgomery6-10230PFKentuckySo.
KillianTillie6-10220PFGonzagaSr.
EmmittWilliams6-6215PFLSUSo.

Center

RankPlayerHWPosSchoolClassComments
1OnyekaOkongwu6-9235PF/CUSCFr.Nigerian roots. Freakish ATH, defends perimeter and paint.
2JamesWiseman7-1235CMemphisFr.Speicmen big with rim protection. Lateral speed will be key.
3VernonCarey6-10270PF/CDukeFr.Former #1 recruit in HS. Improving shot is key, shows promise
4DanielOturu6-10240CMinnesotaSo.has size/ath, Slightly robotic, but shot it well from perimeter.
5ZekeNnaji6-11245PF/CArizonaFr.Plays with energy & willing to do dirty work to help team win.
6IsaiahStewart6-8245PF/CWashingtonFr.Highly rated recruit. Incredible length/strength. Lacks speed.
7UdokaAzubuike6-11260CKansasSr.Has a massive 9'5 standing reach. Great mobility/ATH for size.
8NickRichards7-0240CKentuckyJr.Finally broke out in Jr year, realizing his talent. Cauley-Stein like.
9AustinWiley6-10260CAuburnSr.Has a huge wingspan and a good kid. Got overshadowed at Auburn.
10OmerYurtseven7-0275CGeorgetownJr.Turkish C had lots of hype entering NCAA. Could be a sleeper.

Honorable Mentions

PlayerHWPosSchoolClass
StevenEnoch6-10250CLouisvilleSr.
TyriqueJones6-8235PFXavierSr.
NathanKnight6-9235CWilliam & MarySr.
MarkoSimonovic7-0215PF/C0Unknown
XavierTillman6-9265PF/CMichigan St.So.
KalebWesson6-10255COhio St.Jr.
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