Updated: 2021-07-23 07:10:21

2021

Point Guard

RankPlayerHWPosSchoolClassComments
1CadeCunningham6-8220PG/SGOklahoma StateFr.Consensus top pick. Mature, consistent w/ leadership & versatility.
2JalenSuggs6-4205PGGonzagaFr.Brings QB toughness and leadership with great size and ATH as a PG.
3DavionMitchell6-1200PGBaylorJr.Put Baylor on his back to win title. Great defender. Size a concern.
4MilesMcBride6-2195PGWest VirginiaSo.Scrappy player with sneaky ATH. Still must master PG pos.
5Nah'ShonHyland6-3170PG/SGVCUSo.One of the big winners of combine. Instant offense type.
6JoelAyayi6-5180PG/SGGonzagaJr.First round promise rumors. Thin but long. Underrated.
7JaredButler6-3195PG/SGBaylorJr.Extremely clutch. Smart and mature. Lacks ATH & PG skills.
8SharifeCooper6-1180PGAuburnFr.Received a lot of hype. Bigtime passer. Size a concern.
9TreMann6-4180PGFloridaSo.Bubble first rounder. Creative playmaker, but lacks PG polish.
10DaishenNix6-4225PGG-LeagueFr.Improved his body considerably. Great size. Lacks shooting.

Honorable Mentions

PlayerHWPosSchoolClass
JoseAlvarado6-0175PGGeorgia TechSr.
DJCarton6-2200PGMarquetteSo.
MattColeman6-2180PGTexasSr.
MarcusGarrett6-6190PG/SGKansasSr.
QuadeGreen6-0170PGWashingtonSr.
RokasJokubaitis6-3190PGZalgirisUnknown
CarlikJones6-1175PGLouisvilleSr.
AJLawson6-6175SGSouth CarolinaJr.
MacMcClung6-2180PG/SGTexas TechJr.
JaQuoriMcLaughlin6-4185SGUC Santa BarbaraSr.

Shooting Guard

RankPlayerHWPosSchoolClassComments
1JalenGreen6-6180SGG-LeagueFr.Elite athleticism and intriguing shooting ability. Maturity?
2JamesBouknight6-5190SGUConnSo.Amazing shot creator, needs consistency from deep.
3KeonJohnson6-5185SG/SFTennesseeFr.Draft's top ATH. 48 inch vert. Project type lacking high skill level.
4MosesMoody6-6210SGArkansasFr.Great length. Better shooting than advertised. Lacks speed/ATH
5ChrisDuarte6-6190SGOregonSr.Oldest player at 24. Can immediately contribute with shooting & defense.
6CoreyKispert6-7225SG/SFGonzagaSr.Top two senior. Bigtime shooter. Solid ATH. Mature.
7CameronThomas6-3200SGLSUFr.Undersized 2, but a natural scorer. Readiness is a big ?
8JoshChristopher6-4215SGArizona St.Fr.Flamboyant personality. Powerful frame. Explosive. Needs time.
9AyoDosunmu6-5195PG/SGIllinoisJr.Combo guard. Lacks huge upside but versatile and steady.
10JoshuaPrimo6-5190SGAlabamaFr.Bigtime shooter with limited experience, but solid feel.

Honorable Mentions

PlayerHWPosSchoolClass
ChaundeeBrown6-6215SG/SFMichiganSr.
DavidDuke6-5205PG/SGProvidenceJr.
QuentinGrimes6-5210SGHoustonJr.
AaronHenry6-6210SG/SFMichigan St.Jr.
SehmusHazer6-6190SGBesiktasUnknown
DavidJohnson6-4205PGLouisvilleSo.
DeJonJarreau6-5185PGHoustonSr.
RJNembhard6-5195PG/SGTCUJr.
JohnPetty6-6185SGAlabamaSr.
AustinReaves6-6195PG/SGOklahomaSr.

Small Forward

RankPlayerHWPosSchoolClassComments
1JonathanKuminga6-7220SF/PFG-LeagueFr.Versatility to play both F pos. Immense upside but needs time.
2JalenJohnson6-9210SF/PFDukeFr.Point F versatility. Left school early. Could be late lotto steal.
3JoshGiddey6-8205PGAdelaide 36ersUnknownLegit PG skills at 6-8. Tremendous feel for game. D & ATH ???
4ZiaireWilliams6-9190SG/SFStanfordFr.Struggled to play to his ability. Shooting potential. But still a project.
5TreyMurphy6-9205SF/PFVirginiaJr.Late bloomer who can really stroke it. Assertiveness?
6BJBoston6-7185SGKentuckyFr.Miserable season. Strength? Footspeed? Talented scoring wing.
7HerbertJones6-7205SG/SFAlabamaSr.Super ATH. Struggles to add offense though his 3p% improved.
8JuhannBegarin6-6215PG/SGCFBBUnknownBigtime ATH with solid upside. A longterm project.
9IsaiahLivers6-7230SF/PFMichiganSr.One of draft's top shooters. Injury puts stock in question.
10VrenzBleijenbergh6-9PFAntwerpUnknownVery thin, but skilled combo forward. Rising late.

Honorable Mentions

PlayerHWPosSchoolClass
DerrickAlston6-9190SG/SFBoise StateSr.
DalanoBanton6-9195PG/SGNebraskaSo.
NahziahCarter6-6205SFWashingtonSr.
JustinChampagnie6-7205SFPittsburghSo.
PhilippHerkenhoff6-10230PFRasta VechtaUnknown
MatthewHurt6-10230SF/PFDukeSo.
GeorgiosKalaitzakis6-7180SGPanathinaikosUnknown
ScottieLewis6-5190SG/SFFloridaSo.
DenzelMahoney6-5220SG/SFCreightonSr.
SamHauser6-8215SFVirginiaSr.

Power Forward

RankPlayerHWPosSchoolClassComments
1ScottieBarnes6-8225SF/PFFlorida St.Fr.Draymond-like. Point forward with ability to defend all positions.
2FranzWagner6-9220SF/PFMichiganSo.Face up 4. Very talented shooter at his size.
3IsaiahTodd6-10220PFG-LeagueFr.Showed solid development in G-League. Borderline freak.
4GregBrown6-8205SF/PFTexasFr.Bigtime ATH. Lacks skills, maturity. Project.
5JeremiahRobinson-Earl6-9240PFVillanovaSo.Likely early to mid-2nd. Undersized 4, ideal role player.
6JTThor6-10205PF/CAuburnFr.One of most impressive highlight reels. Lacks consistency.
7EJOnu6-11240PFShawnee StateSr.7-8 wingspan. Shot blocker and can hit 3s. Project.
8KesslerEdwards6-8205PFPepperdineJr.Intriguing forward due to his shooting. Impressive combine.
9RaiquanGray6-8270PF/CFlorida St.Jr.Solid body control for his size. Possible late pick.
10ChrisSmith6-9215SF/PFUCLASr.Disappointing season cut short w INJ. High level ATH.

Honorable Mentions

PlayerHWPosSchoolClass
BiramFaye6-9225PFGran CanariaUnknown
MattMitchell6-6235SFSan Diego St.Sr.
EugeneOmoruyi6-6235SF/PFOregonSr.
AlexReese6-9230PFAlabamaSr.
JustinSmith6-7230SFArkansasSr.
AmarSylla6-9190PFOostendeUnknown

Center

RankPlayerHWPosSchoolClassComments
1EvanMobley7-0215PF/CUSCFr.Top 5 pick has ability to impact both ends of floor. Needs strength.
2KaiJones6-11220CTexasSo.New to the game, but a bright kid, sponge learning game.
3AlperenSengun6-9240PF/CBesiktasUnknownHighly productive vs low level comp. Struggled w shot.
4IsaiahJackson6-10205PF/CKentuckyFr.Long, fluid, ATH. But needs strength and skill development. Fit?
5UsmanGaruba6-8230PF/CReal MadridUnknownSeverely undersized 5 but has long arms and great lateral speed.
6CharlesBassey6-10230PF/CWestern KentuckyJr.Bounced back well from INJ. Looked more mobile as soph.
7JerichoSims6-10250PF/CTexasSr.Absolute freak ATH. 2nd overall in vert. 7-3 wingspan.
8FilipPetrusev6-11235CMega SoccerbetUnknownGained strength and toughness in season in Serbia.
9NeemiasQueta7-0250CUtah StateJr.Bigtime athlete with great size. Era hurts his fit at NBA level.
10Day'RonSharpe6-11265PFNorth CarolinaFr.Solid shooter and explosive. Lacks great foot speed, mobility.

Honorable Mentions

PlayerHWPosSchoolClass
DerekCulver6-10255CWest VirginiaJr.
Oscarda6-9230PFStanfordSr.
LukaGarza6-11245CIowaSr.
JayHuff7-2235PF/CVirginiaSr.
CameronKrutwig6-9255CLoyola ChicagoSr.
MattHaarms7-3250CBYUSr.
BalsaKoprivica7-1250CFlorida St.So.
JurijMacura6-10225PFKoper PrimorskaUnknown
SandroMamukelashvili6-10240PFSeton HallSr.
NikolaMiskovic6-9210SFMega SoccerbetUnknown
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