2020 Big Board 4.0

My Final Big Board of the 2020 NBA Draft

Updated Nov. 17, 2020

Here’s my final Big Board 4.0 for the 2020 NBA Draft. These rankings are a compiled by talking to a number of NBA scouts and executives.

01 LAMELO BALL

PG, ILLAWARRA AUSTRALIA
Primary Values: High Basketball IQ, Ballhandling, Size
Age 18 | 6'7" | 190 | Wing span 6'10"

Ball projects as a bigger, offensively more potent version of his brother Lonzo Ball. He has some real weaknesses, but his ability to see and run the game is special.

Draft range: 1-5

02 JAMES WISEMAN

C, MEMPHIS, FRESHMAN
Primary Values: Size, Versatility, Athleticism
Age 19 | 7'1" | 240 | Wingspan 7'6"

Wiseman has the physical tools and emerging offensive game to be a star in the league. But with such a small scouting sample, does he have the competitive drive to get there? 

Draft range: 1-8

03 ANTHONY EDWARDS

SG, GEORGIA, FRESHMAN
Primary Values: Athleticism, Aggressive Scorer
Age 18 | 6'3" | 225 | Wingspan 6'9"

Edwards has the most athletic upside of any player in the draft. He has all the physical tools to be a star. But can his feel for the game catch up to his physical gift? 

Draft range: 1-3

04 TYRESE HALIBURTON

PG/SG, IOWA STATE, SOPHOMORE
Primary Values: Skilled playmaker, Elite Feel for the Game
Age 20 | 6'5" | 175 | Wingspan 7'0"

Haliburton’s versatility, feel for the game, and ability to create offense for himself and his teammates make him one of the most NBA ready prospects in the draft. 

Draft range: 4-10

05 PATRICK WILLIAMS

PF, FLORIDA STATE, FRESHMAN
Primary Values: Versatile Offensive Game, Solid Defender
Age 18 | 6'8" | 225 | Wingspan 6'11"

Williams is a do-everything upside prospect who can shoot, score off the bounce and at the rim. If he can defends 3s as well as 4s, he’s potentially the best player in this draft not named Ball, Wiseman or Edwards. 

Draft range: 4-11

06 ONYEKA OKONGWU

PF/C, USC, FRESHMAN
Primary Values: Versatile Defender, Excellent Motor
Age 19 | 6'9" | 245 | Wingspan 7'1"

Onyeka’s defensive versatility and emerging offensive game could make him this year’s draft sleeper. 

Draft range: 3-9

07 KILLIAN HAYES

PG, ULM FRANCE
Primary Values: High Basketball IQ, Shooting
Age 18 | 6'5" | 192 | Wingspan 6'8.25"

Hayes might not have the ceiling of LaMelo or Edwards, but he has a lot of strengths and very few weaknesses to his game.

Draft range: 4-12

08 OBI TOPPIN

PF, DAYTON, SOPHOMORE
Primary Values: Explosive Leaper, Versatile Scorer
Age 22 | 6'9" | 220 | Wingspan 6'11"

Toppin may have been the best college basketball player in 2020. His athleticism has shades of Amare Stoudemire, but teams worry about him on the defensive end.

Draft range: 4-10

09 DEVIN VASSELL

SG/SF, FLORIDA STATE, SOPHOMORE
Primary Values: Versatile Defender, Excellent Shooter
Age 19 | 6'5" | 180 | Wingspan 6'10"

Vassell’s skill set is tailor-made for today’s NBA. He possesses elite shooting and defensive ability at a coveted position in the NBA. 

Draft range: 6-13

10 DENI AVDIJA

SF/PF, MACABI TEL AVIV ISRAEL
Primary Values: Aggression, Versatility
Age 19 | 6'9" | 215 | Wingspan 6'9"

Avdija is an aggressive, confident, versatile scorer, but does he do any one thing well enough to be a star in the NBA?

Draft range: 4-11

11 ISAAC OKORO

SG/SF, AUBURN, FRESHMAN
Primary Values: Physical, Versatile Defender, Motor
Age 19 | 6'6" | 225 | Wingspan 6'9"

Okoro’s combination of physical defensive play and a high basketball IQ have to be balanced with a real concern from scouts about his broken jump shot and the ability to create offense in the NBA. 

Draft range: 6-15

12 RJ HAMPTON

SG/SF, BREAKERS NEW ZEALAND
Primary Values: Explosive Athlete, Hustle
Age 19 | 6'5" | 188 | Wingspan 6'7"

Hampton’s speed, hustle, and leaping ability are the main draws. If he can develop a jumper, he’s got some real potential. 

Draft range: 10-20

13 KIRA LEWIS JR.

PG, ALABAMA, SOPHOMORE
Primary Values: Speedy PG, Shot Creator

Lewis‘s combination of speed gives his shot creation ability for himself and his teammates.

Draft range: 10-20

14 SADDIQ BEY

SF/PF, VILLANOVA, SOPHOMORE
Primary Values: Shooting, Versatile Defender
Age 21 | 6'8" | 216 | Wingspan 6'10"

He’s a 3-and-D forward who can defend multiple positions and stretch the defense.

Draft range: 10-20

15 AARON NESMITH

SG/SF, VANDERBILT, SOPHOMORE
Primary Values: Lights Out Shooter
Age 20 | 6'6" | 213 | Wingspan 6'10"

Nesmith is arguably the best shooter in the draft. 

Draft range: 10-20

16 TYRESE MAXEY

SG, KENTUCKY, FRESHMAN
Primary Values: Scoring, Competitiveness
Age 19 | 6'3" | 198 | Wingspan 6'6"

Maxey has elite potential as a defender in the NBA. Will his offense be enough to justify a lottery pick?

Draft range: 10-20

17 JALEN SMITH

PF/C, MARYLAND, SOPHOMORE
Primary Values: Stretch Big Man, Rebounding
Age 20 | 6'10" | 285 | Wingspan 7'1.5"

Smith’s smooth shooting touch on offense, combined with his rebounding and shot blocking in the paint is an intriguing combination.

Draft range: 15-25

18 JADEN MCDANIELS

SF, WASHINGTON, FRESHMAN
Primary Values: Length, Skilled
Age 19 | 6'10" | 200 | Wingspan 6'11.5"

He looks the part of a lottery prospect with long arms, athleticism and lots of tools, but his play on the court as a freshman left many teams questioning whether the tools translated on the court.

Draft range: 15-25

19 PRECIOUS ACHIUWA

SF/PF, MEMPHIS, FRESHMAN
Primary Values: Versatile Defender, Motor
Age 19 | 6'8.75" | 234 | Wingspan 7'0.75"

Achiuwa rivals Reed for the title of most versatile defender in the draft, but will his offensive game ever catch up?

Draft range: 15-25

20 ALEKSEJ POKUSEVSKI

PF, SERBIA
Primary Values: Shooter, Playmaker
Age 18 | 7'0" | 195 | Wingspan 7'3"

This rail thin big man is already an elite shooter and passer, but how will he hold up physically given his slight frame?

Draft range: 15-25

21 DESMOND BANE

SG, TEXAS CHRISTIAN, SENIOR
Primary Values: Shooting, Toughness
Age 21 | 6'6" | 215 | Wingspan 6'5"

Bane had a strong senior year. He competes, can shoot and defends. But he lacks ideal size and athleticism for his position.

Draft range: 18-25

22 ISAIAH STEWART

C, WASHINGTON, FRESHMAN
Primary Values: Motor, Interior Play
Age 19 | 6'8.5" | 243 | Wingspan 7'4.75"

Strong, high motor big who excels in the paint on both ends of the floor. However his lack of elite athleticism and a perimeter game aren’t ideal in the modern NBA.

Draft range: 18-25

23 TYRELL TERRY

PG, STANFORD, FRESHMAN
Primary Values: Amazing Shooter with Deep Range
Age 19 | 6'3" | 170 | Wingspan: 6' 1.75"

Terry rivals Nesmith for the title of best shooter in the draft, but he lacks size, strength and elite passing abilty have scouts split on what his ceiling is in the NBA.

Draft range: 17-27

24 LEANDRO BOLMARO

PG/SG, BARCELONA, ARGENTINA
Primary Values: Passing, Basketball IQ
Age 20 | 6'7" | 180 | Wingspan 6'8"

Bolmaro’s feel for the game, his toughness and his elite passing ability are very intriguing. But a shaky jumpshot and lack of elite athleticism lower his ceiling. Given his contract with Barcelona, don’t expect him in the NBA for another year or two. He’s a definite draft-and-stash prospect.

Draft range: 18-28

25 JOSH GREEN

SG/SF, ARIZONA, FRESHMAN
Primary Values: Toughness, Energy
Age 19 | 6'5.5" | 214 | Wingspan 6'9.75"

Australian wing defends multiple positions, is an excellent athlete and plays really hard on both ends of the floor, but his offense still needs work.

Draft range: 20-30

26 MALACHI FLYNN

PG, SAN DIEGO STATE, JUNIOR
Primary Values: Playmaker, Baller
Age 22 | 6'2" | 185 | Wingspan 6'3"

He doesn’t fit the physical profile the NBA is looking for, but Flynn can flat out ball.

Draft range: 20-30

27 COLE ANTHONY

PG/SG, NORTH CAROLINA, FRESHMAN
Primary Values: Scorer's Mentality
Age 20 | 6'3" | 190 | Wingspan 6'4.5"

Anthony can score from anywhere on the floor, but after a rocky freshman season at UNC, did he reach his peak in high school?

Draft Range: 20-30

28 THEO MALEDON

PG, ASVEL FRANCE
Primary Values: Passing, Shooting
Age 18 | 6'5" | 187 | Wingspan 6'8.75"

Maledon is a big point guard with good feel and shooting ability, but lacks elite quickness or explosion for a point guard.

Draft range: 20-30

29 VERNON CAREY JR.

C, DUKE, FRESHMAN
Primary Value: Inside Scoring, Rebounding
Age 19 | 6'10" | 270 | Wingspan 7'0"

Carey is an old school bruising center who can dominate in the paint on both ends of the floor. If the rumors are true that he’s down to 30 pounds to 240 and is shooting the lights out in workouts, he could actually end up going much higher than this. Still some teams worry his lack of length, basketball IQ and elite athletic ability really limit what he can do in the modern NBA.

Draft range: 20-35

30 ZEKE NNAJI

PF/C, ARIZONA, FRESHMAN
Primary Value: Size, Rebounding
Age 19 | 6'10.5" | 247 | Wingspan 7'2"

Athletic big man is strong on the boards, plays with a lot of energy and shows offensive ability both in the pain and further away from the basket. But his lack of lateral quickness, low shot block rate and so-so feel raise questions about just how high his ceiling is.

Draft range: 20-35

31 ROBERT WOODWARD III

SF, MISSISSIPPI STATE, SOPHOMORE
Primary Values: Athletic, Versatility
Age 20 | 6'7" | 230 | Wingspan 7'2"

He looks the part of a 3 and D player, but his lack of offensive production and questionable feel for the game make scouts wonder. He’s all over boards from late teens to late 50s, but seems to be rising on boards.

Draft range: 20-35

32 PAUL REED

PF/C, DePAUL, SOPHOMORE
Primary Values: Defensive Versatility, Athleticism
Age 20 | 6'9.25" | 219 | Wingspan 7'2"

Reed has elite potential as a defender in the NBA. Will his offense be enough to justify a lottery pick? 

Draft range: 25-35

33 DEVON DOTSON

PG/SG, KANSAS, SOPHOMORE
Primary Values: Explosive Scorer, Speed
Age 20 | 6'1.75" | 185 | Wingspan 6'3"

Dotson has the speed to blow by defenders, but his lack of size lower his ceiling significantly. Could be an explosive scorer off the bench.

Draft range: 25-35

34 TYLER BEY

SG/SF, COLORADO, JUNIOR
Primary Values: Leaper, Rebounder
Age 22 | 6'7" | 212 | Wingspan 7'1.25"

This bouncy forward is a monster on the boards and can guard multiple positions thanks to long arms and above average athleticism. Does he have the offensive game to be a wing in the NBA?

Draft range: 25-35

35 UDOKA AZUBUKIE

C, KANSAS, JUNIOR
Primary Values: Size, Defense
Age 21 | 6' 11.5" | 259 | Wingspan 7'7.25"

In a different era, Azubuike is a for sure first round pick with huge length and great strength and a bruising game in the paint. His terrible shooting and lack of versatility hurt him considerably. But his ability to be a back-up five in the league are intriguing enough that some teams are even looking at him in the late first/early second.

Draft range: 25-40

36 XAVIER TILLMAN

C/PF, MICHIGAN STATE, JUNIOR
Primary Values: Basketball IQ, Rebounding
Age 21 | 6'8.5" | 266 | Wingspan 7'2"

High IQ forward with great passing and defensive skills. His lack of size and a jump shot have kept him on the first round bubble.

Draft range: 25-40

37 JAHMI'US RAMSEY

SG, TEXAS TECH, FRESHMAN
Primary Values: Scorer
Age 18 | 6'3.75" | 193 | Wingspan 6'6"

Ramsey is a bit of a draft sleeper. He can score from anywhere on the floor, but his game is still pretty raw.

Draft range: 25-40

38 ELIJAH HUGHES

SG, SYRACUSE, JUNIOR
Primary Values: Scorer
Age 22 | 6'6.5" | 229 | Wingspan: 6'7.5"

Really came on this year as a versatile scorer, but questions about his defensive ability and age lower his ceiling.

Draft range: 25-40

39 PAYTON PRITCHARD

PG, OREGON, SENIOR
Primary Values: Shooter, Playmaker
Age 22 | 6'2" | 190 | Wingspan 6'4"

Pritchard’s explosion from beyond the arc this year has changed his draft projection significantly. Known as just a solid playmaker and tough leader before his senior season, his dramatically improved offense has teams rethinking his role in the NBA. He’s in the late 20s and high 30s on some boards.

Draft range: 25-45

40 TRE JONES

PG, DUKE, SOPHOMORE
Primary Values: Basketball IQ, Ballhandling
Age 20 | 6’3” | 185 | Wingspan 6’4”

Jones projects as a serviceable backup PG who has the steadiness and leadership to lead a second unit. His lack of elite athleticism and so-so shooting ability really keep his ceiling from being much higher.

Draft range: 25-40

41 DANIEL OTURO

C, MINNESOTA, SOPHOMORE
Primary Values: Scorer, Rebounder
Age 20 | 6'10" | 240 | Wingspan 7'2"

Had a huge sophomore season, but despite the numbers is still really raw as far as his feel for the game. But his potential is high enough, given the tools he has to warrant a first round pick.

Draft range: 25-40

42 JORDAN NWORA

SF/PF, LOUSIVILLE, JUNIOR
Primary Values: Shooter
Age 21 | 6'7" | 223 | Wingspan 6'10.25"

Nwora possesses strength, length and excellent shooting ability for a player his size. His feel for the game, shot selection and questionable defense are primarily keeping him out of the first round. 

Draft range: 30-50

43 ISAIAH JOE

SG, ARKANSAS, SOPHOMORE
Primary Values: Shooter
Age 22 | 6'4.5" | 170 | Wingspan 6'7.5"

He’s a deep threat who can get his shot off anywhere and his free throw percentage bodes well for his future as a shooter. The question is what else does he bring to the table? He’s also coming off knee surgery.

Draft range: 30-50

44 CASSIUS WINSTON

PG, MICHIGAN STATE, SENIOR
Primary Values: Shooter, Playmaker
Age 22 | 6'1.5" | 196 | Wingspan 6'6"

Winston is a proven product. He’s tough, an excellent leader, a committed defender and he can really shoot the basketball. His lack of size and poor athleticism (he tested as the worst guard athletically in the last decade on his vertical jump and 3/4 sprint numbers in the draft combine) limit his role on both ends of the ball.

Draft range: 30-50

45 GRANT RILLER

PG/SG, CHARLESTON, SENIOR
Primary Values: Scorer, Ballhandler
Age 23 | 6'1" | 178 | Wingspan 6'5.25"

Riller is a big-time scorer who can light it up from anywhere on the floor. But his lack of elite passing ability and size make him a bit of a tweener when it comes to the NBA. 

Draft range: 30-50

46 NICO MANNION

PG, ARIZONA, FRESHMAN
Primary Values: Scorer, Ballhandler
Age 19 | 6'2" | 190 | Wingspan 6'3"

Mannion came into his freshman season at Arizona with a ton of hype as a potential lottery pick. While he clearly can see the floor, his lack of quickness prevents him by getting by defenders and can get him abused on the defensive end. Combine that with mediocre shooting numbers at Arizona and some scouts believe he peaked in high school. 

Draft range: 30-50

47 CASSIUS STANLEY

WING, DUKE, FRESHMAN
Primary Value: Leaper, Motor
Age 21 | 6'6.25" | 201 | Wingspan 6'7"

He’s one of the most explosive leapers in the draft and helps him on lobs, rebounding and shot blocking for a wing. His jump shot is solid as well. But he’s pretty old for his class, lacks elite length and his basketball IQ is pretty limited for a player his age.

Draft range: 40-60

48 JAY SCRUBB

SG, JUCO
Primary Value: Scorer, Athleticism
Age 20 | 6'6.25" | 185 | Wingspan 6'9.5"

Scrubb was the JUCO player of the year and has been getting significant buzz the past month as teams wonder whether he’s this year’s draft sleeper. He’s a terrific scorer, has great size for his position, is an excellent athlete with a quick first step and the ability to finish above the rim. He can play and defend both backcourt positions. His jump shot is the biggest question mark. He shot just 33 percent from three and his free throw numbers aren’t great. He could shock a lot of people and sneak into the first round. 

Draft range: 30-60 

49 SAM MERRILL

SG, UTAH STATE, SENIOR
Primary Values: Shooting, Ballhandling
Age 24 | 6'5" | 205 | Wingspan ???

John Hollinger has been singing his praises all year. His offensive abilities, as a shooter and as a playmaker are intriguing. Who he guards on defense is an equally intriguing question. The fact that he’s 24 and played at Utah State also don’t help his cause, but there are a few teams that like him a lot in the second round.

Draft range: 40-60

50 MARKUS HOWARD

PG, MARQUETTE, SENIOR
Primary Values: Scorer, Shooter
Age 21 | 5'11" | 170 | Wingspan 6'0.25"

He’s an undersized two guard. But wow can he score the basketball. He’s got deep range and he’s fearless. Some teams don’t have him in their top 60. Others think he’s an early second round steal. 

Draft range: 40-60

51 KILLIAN TILLIE

PF/C, GONZAGA, SENIOR
Primary Values: Shooter, Playmaker
Age 22 | 6'10" | 221 | Wingspan 6'8"

Injuries have clearly held back Tillie’s career. So does his lack of length. But it’s hard to deny those shooting numbers and he can really pass the ball too. There are usually places in the league for guys like that.

Draft range: 40-60

52 SKYLAR MAYS

SG, LSU, SENIOR
Primary Value: Basketball IQ, Shooting
Age 23 | 6'4" | 204 | Wingspan 6'6"

Smart, cagey guard who can knock down shots and who knows how to make plays for others. He’s not an elite athlete and he’s a bit old for. his class, but the feel is so good, he has a shot to stick in the league.

Draft range: 40-60

53 TY-SHON ALEXANDER

SG, CREIGHTON, SENIOR
Primary Value: Shooting, Defense
Age 22 | 6'4" | 200 | Wingspan 6'8"

He has a high basketballl IQ, can shoot the three and there are a handful of scouts who think he might be able to play some point guard. His high motor and ability to defend multiple positions are an added plus. A little surprised he isn’t rated higher on most boards.

Draft range: 40-60

54 IMMANUEL QUICKLEY

G, KENTUCKY, SOPHOMORE
Primary Value: Shooting, Hustle
Age 20 | 6'3" | 185| Wingspan 6'8.25"

Quickley’s elite shooting ability, his energy and massive wingspan are all intriguing to NBA scouts. But his lack of elite athleticism, court vision and ability to finish at the rim are major question marks for scouts.

Draft range: 40-60

55 YAM MADAR

G, ISRAEL
Primary Value: Basketball IQ, Hustle
Age 19 | 6'3" | 180| Wingspan ??

Scouts heading to Israel to scout Deni Avdija have come away impressed with the gritty, high energy play of Madar. He’s a difference maker on both ends of the court, but his lack of size, elitee athleticism and shaky three point shot are major red flags.

Draft range: 40-60

56 REGGIE PERRY

C, MISSISSIPPI STATE, SOPHOMORE
Primary Value: Rebounder, Paint Scorer
Age 20 | 6'9" | 240| Wingspan 7'0.5"

Perry was one of the most improved players in the country as a sophomore. He’s elite rebounding and ability to score in the paint could translate into a small ball center in the NBA. He’s foul prone, a bit undersized and is still emerging with his perimeter game.

Draft range: 40-60 

57 ABDOULAYE N'DOYE

SG, FRANCE
Primary Value: Defense, Versatility
Age 22 | 6'7" | 183| Wingspan 7'3"

N’Doye’s incredible 7′ 3″ wingspan(!!!) and speed allows him to guard everyone from point guards to power forwards. He’s an excellent passer and has greatly improved as a shooter. He’s been slow to progress as an offensive, but this season has given NBA scouts hope that he can eventually make the transition to the NBA. Draft-and-stash player for sure.

Draft range: 40-60 

58 YOELI CHILDS

PF, BYU, SENIOR
Primary Value: Scorer, Rebounder
Age 22 | 6'7" | 226| Wingspan 6'11.5"

Childs was having a dominant senior season at BYU before a suspension from the NCAA ended his season. He’s been a dominant scorer at BYU, shown range on his jump shot, has length and is a good rebounder. Team’s question his defense, lack of elite size for his position and his free throw shooting. Seems to be generating significant interest in the late second round.

Draft range: 40-60 

59 KARIM MANE

G, VANIER COLLEGE, CANADA
Primary Value: Upside
Age 20 | 6'6" | 196 | Wingspan 6'11"

Mane is a reach, but given the dearth of interesting prospects left on the board, why not take a swing and see what he does in the G-League. He’s a good athlete, rebounds well for his size, has excellent length, and has shown a knack for passing the ball. The competition he played against was low, but played pretty well for the Canadian under-19 team.

Draft range: 40-60 

60 ASHTON HAGANS

G, KENTUCKY, SOPHOMORE
Primary Value: Defense
Age 19 | 6'2.5" | 193 | Wingspan 6'8"

Hagans is one of the best perimeter defenders in the draft. An offensive implosion his sophomore year at Kentucky devastated his draft stock, but a number of teams have started to come around on him .. a little.

Draft range: 40-60 

61 LAMAR STEVENS

PF, PENN STATE, SENIOR
Primary Value: Physicality, Strength
Age 23 | 6'6.75" | 225 | Wingspan 6'9"

Stevens is a strong, physical bruising forward who excels at getting to the line. He shot just 42 percent from the field and just 26.3 percent from three this season however and his lack of ideal size for his position are concerning. Tested with a 41 inch vertical at the Draft Combine.

Draft range: 40-60 

62 JALEN HARRIS

SG, NEVADA, JUNIOR
Primary Value: Athleticism, Scoring
Age 22 | 6'4.25" | 193 | Wingspan 6'7"

Harris is coming off a big junior season that saw him put up big numbers as a scorer and a playmaker. He tested as one of the best athletes in the draft at the NBA combine and the combination of his backcourt versatility and athleticism is getting him some looks in the second round.

Draft range: 40-60 

63 MAMADI DIAKITE

PF/C, VIRGINIA, SENIOR
Primary Value: Length, Finishing
Age 23 | 6'10.25" | 222 | Wingspan 7'3.75"

His excellent length and versatility make him an intriguing prospect. He’s not an elite rebounder or shooter, but he is strong, can finish and face the basket a bit. His very average rebounding numbers may be a product of Virginia’s system. A potential second round pick.

Draft range: 40-60 

64 PAUL EBOUA

PF, ITALY
Primary Value: Length, Athleticism
Age 20 | 6'7.5" | 222 | Wingspan 7'3.5"

He’s a major work in progress, but the combination of length, athleticism and a NBA body are intriguing. He’s an explosive finisher at the rim, has the lateral quickness to guard three positions on the floor and is starting to show an improvement as shooter. An intriguing draft and stash type prospect with plenty of time to develop.

Draft range: 40-60 

65 JOSH HALL

F, MORAVIAN PREP

The NC State recruit has earned a reputation as an elite shooter. With his size, length and decent athleticism, he’s an intriguing prospect late in the draft. 

Draft range: 40-60 

66 NATE HINTON

SG, HOUSTON, SOPHMORE
Primary Value: Defense, Rebounding
Age 21 | 6'5" | 210 | Wingspan 6'11"

He’s really limited offensively, but Hinton’s toughness, incredible rebounding and defensive versatility are really intriguing as a second round sleeper. 

Draft range: 40-60 

67 NAJI MARSHALL

F, XAVIER, JUNIOR
Primary Value: Defense
Age 22 | 6'7" | 210 | Wingspan 7'0.75"

Marshall’s versatility on both ends of the floor is intriguing. He’s a good defender, racks up a lot of assists as a forward and can do a little of everything. His poor three point shooting is the major strike against him.

Draft range: 40-60 

68 KALEB WESSON

C, OHIO STATE, JUNIOR
Primary Value: Length, Rebounding
Age 22 | 6'10.25" | 252 | Wingspan 7'3.5"

Wesson is a skilled big man who can score from anywhere on the floor, has excellent length and has potential as a stretch big. His lack of elite athleticism and poor shot blocking numbers are concerns.

Draft range: 40-60 

69 MYLES POWELL

SG, SETON HALL, SENIOR
Primary Value: Scorer
Age 23 | 6'1.5" | 194 | Wingspan 6'7"

Powell is a big time scorer who can light it up from anywhere on the floor. His lack of size, elite athleticism, streaky shooting and defense all make him a tough sell for teams. But he’s tough and has a ton of heart.

Draft range: 40-60 

70 TREVELIN QUEEN

SG, NEW MEXICO STATE, SENIOR
Primary Value: Versatile wing
Age 23 | 6’6” | 190

Queen is a versatile wing, who can shoot and defend. But he’s 23 years old and lacks great strength. An intriguing late second round pick.

Draft range: 40-60