2018 NBA Draft Top 60 Big Board

2018 NBA Draft Prospect Big Board



We are less than 2 weeks away from the 2018 NBA Draft, so it’s time for my top 60 big board. This years class doesn’t have the star power of last year, but I think there are a lot of players that can contribute right away in the NBA. I will give a quick scouting report, with highlights, for the players in my top 20. These rankings do not represent where I believe each player will be drafted. Comment with your top 10 players this year. Make sure to follow us for more coverage leading up to draft day, including a full 2-round mock draft.

1. Luka Doncic - PG/SG - Real Madrid (Spain)



Height: 6’8”
Weight: 225
Wingspan: -

Luka Doncic, from Slovenia, has been considered the next European prodigy since he was 16, when he signed with Real Madrid. In his first season, Doncic became the youngest player to debut for Real Madrid, and third youngest in Liga ACB (Spain) history. This past season, Doncic was the youngest player ever to earn EuroLeague MVP, at age 19. He averaged 16.0 points per game (PPG), 5.0 assists per game (APG), 5.7 rebounds per game (RPG) in EuroLeague play, while leading his team to their second EuroLeague Finals win in 4 years. In Liga ACB play, Doncic averaged 12.8 PPG, 5.0 APG and 5.7 RPG. Those numbers earned him the ACB Best Young Player award for the second year in a row. Doncic has proved he can play at a very high level in arguably the best league overseas, which makes his production that much more impressive. He will make an immediate impact for any team in the NBA, and I think he has the potential to be an elite point guard.

Strengths

  • Basketball IQ
  • Shot creation
  • Passing
  • Ball handling
  • Size
  • Production at a high level of pro basketball
  • Makes tough shots

Weaknesses
  • 3-point shooting consistency 
  • Perimeter defense
  • Athleticism
  • Shot selection


Projected Draft Range: Top 5
NBA Comparison: James Harden

2. Mohamed "Mo" Bamba - C - Texas


Height: 7’0.75”
Weight: 225
Wingspan: 7’10”

Mohamed “Mo” Bamba, a freshman center from Texas, is one of the many talented big men in this years draft, and he may have the highest ceiling of anyone on this class. He averaged 12.9 PPG, 10.4 RPG, and a ridiculous 3.7 blocks per game (BPG). Defensively, Bamba reminds a lot of Utah Jazz big man, Rudy Gobert. He contests almost every chance at the rim, usually resulting in a block or an altered shot. On offense Bamba is a work in progress, but he is an elite rim-running big that can finish over defenders due to his length. He showed some flashes of an outside shot at Texas, which would make him a very dangerous offensive weapon. If he can develop a 3-point shot, I think Bamba could be in same conversation as Kristaps Porzingis. He blew everyone away with his measurables at the combine a few weeks ago, breaking the NBA combine record of a 7’10” wingspan (record previously held by Rudy Gobert). Any team would be happy to have a defensive anchor like him.

Strengths

  • Length and vertical ability
  • Rim protection (shot blocking and altering)
  • Switch defense potential on pick-and-rolls
  • Rebounding
  • Shooting potential

Weaknesses
  • Strength
  • Body frame
  • Shot consistency (mid range and 3 pointer)
  • Physicality


Projected Draft Range: Top 10
NBA Comparison: Rudy Gobert

3. Michael Porter Jr. - SF/PF - Missouri



Height: 6’10.75”
Weight: 211
Wingspan: 7’0.25”

Michael Porter Jr. was ranked as one of the top recruits in the nation coming out of high school (#1 on Rivals and #2 on ESPN), but he had an unfortunate back injury that caused him to miss most of his freshman year at Missouri. He played in only 3 games and averaged 10 PPG, 6.7 RPG and 3 APG. Although he had a very mediocre college career due to the injury, I expect him to return to full strength and show the potential he flashed in high school. Offensively he can score at all three levels, and he already has NBA range. Porter is a great athlete for his size and has good foot speed to stay with guards on the perimeter defensively. He showed he can be a great 2-way wing player, which is in high demand in the league right now. Teams are trying to emulate the Warriors, and Celtics, with guys that can shoot the ball and switch to any position on defense. If he develops a tighter handle, he could even play some point forward like Ben Simmons. Teams in the top 5 should really consider Porter as their next franchise player.

****Make sure to also watch his high school highlights to understand his full potential****

Strengths

  • Size
  • Great shooter
  • Fluid athlete
  • Ball handling for his size (Point Forward potential)
  • Switch defense potential on pick-and-rolls
  • Rebounding

Weaknesses
  • Strength
  • Physicality
  • Injuries
  • Not much college experience


Projected Draft Range: Top 10
NBA Comparison: Jayson Tatum

4. Jaren Jackson Jr. - PF/C - Michigan State



Height: 6’11.25”
Weight: 236
Wingspan: 7’5.25”

Jaren Jackson Jr. is my second favorite of the talented bigs this year. Coming out of high school Jackson was a 5-star recruit his senior year, and considered by some as a “late bloomer.” He was extremely impressive as a Freshman at Michigan State, averaging 11.3 PPG, 5.8 RPG, 3.2 BPG and he shot 39.6% from 3-point range. Although his shot is not pretty, he showed that he can consistently stroke from mid range and 3-point range. Offensively he can be a dangerous stretch 5, or 4, and defensively he has the foot speed to switch on the perimeter. With his length (7’5.25” wingspan) and anticipation, Jackson is already an elite rim protector. He is exactly what teams look for in a big man today, so I expect him to be very high on most teams draft boards. This biggest question I have for Jackson is whether his mechanics will affect his shot from translating to the next level.

Strengths

  • Rim protection (shot blocking and anticipation)
  • Length
  • Switch defense potential on pick-and-rolls
  • Ball handling for his size (good at taking bigger defenders off dribble)
  • Finishing at the rim
  • Hustle

Weaknesses
  • Shot mechanics
  • Strength
  • Physicality


Projected Draft Range: Top 5
NBA Comparison: Anthony Davis

5. DeAndre Ayton - C - Arizona



Height: 7’0”
Weight: 260
Wingspan: 7’5.5”

DeAndre Ayton is the #1 prospect on most draft analysts’ big boards, and some even say he could be the next David Robinson. He was a consensus 1st-Team All-American as a Freshman at Arizona, averaging 20.1 PPG, 11.6 RPG, and 1.9 BPG. I would say that his “floor” is a lot higher than the other two bigs, which means he is less likely to be a bust. Mo Bamba and Jaren Jackson Jr. have a little more upside than Ayton, in my eyes. He can play with his back to the basket, but also showed some potential with his face up game throughout his freshman year. Ayton had a decent 3-point shot in college, but I’m not sure it can translate to NBA range. If he can develop a consistent 3-point shot over the next few years, Ayton could be a really special offensive weapon. His defense needs to improve in order to become a 2-way Center, which is required in today’s NBA. I expect to hear his name called within the first 3 picks.

Strengths

  • Finishing at the rim
  • Mid-range jumper
  • Passing
  • Strength
  • Body Frame
  • Footwork

Weaknesses
  • Shot selection
  • Defensive IQ and awareness
  • Ball Handling 
  • Pick-and-roll defense


Projected Draft Range: Top 5
NBA Comparison: Myles Turner

6. Mikal Bridges - SG/SF - Villanova



Height: 6’7”
Weight: 210
Wingspan: 7’0”

Mikal Bridges, a junior from Villanova, has improved significantly over the past 3 years under coach Jay Wright. In his junior season, Bridges averaged 17.7 PPG and 5.3 RPG, while also shooting 43.5% from 3-point range for the national champions. His 3-point field goal percentage increased by 13.6% from freshman to junior year. Bridges is the prototypical “3-and-D” player that every team in the league covets. Some teams may worry that Bridges has a low ceiling when it comes to superstar potential, but I think he will be a good role player at worst. With the demand for versatile wings being so high, I think a team will pick him in the middle of the lottery.

Strengths

  • Shooting (good range and great shot mechanics)
  • Defensive IQ and awareness
  • Moves well off-ball on offense
  • Length
  • Hustle

Weaknesses
  • Ball Handling
  • Strength
  • Body frame


Projected Draft Range: Top 15
NBA Comparison: Khris Middleton

7. Marvin Bagley III - PF - Duke



Height: 6’11”
Weight: 235
Wingspan: 7’0”

Marvin Bagley III was the top high school recruit in the 2018 class, but he decided to graduate a year early so he could reclassify to the 2017 recruiting class. This makes him one of the youngest prospects this year, turning 19 in March. During his freshman year at Duke, Bagley averaged 21 PPG, 11.1 RPG and he surprised everyone with a 39.7% 3-point field goal percentage. That was one of his biggest question marks coming into Duke, but he proved to be a consistent shooter from deep. I have some concerns that his shot will translate at the next level, due to his his mechanics, and he only shot 62.7% from the free throw line. If Bagley develops into a stretch 4, he could end up being a top 3 player in this draft. I think a team will take him pretty early in the lottery

Strengths

  • Rebounding
  • High motor
  • Shot well from 3 in college
  • Positional versatility on defense
  • Footwork in the post

Weaknesses
  • Free throws
  • Shot mechanics
  • Body Frame
  • Strength


Projected Draft Range: Top 10
NBA Comparison: Amar’e Stoudemire

8. Lonnie Walker IV - SG - Miami



Height: 6’4.5”
Weight: 217
Wingspan: 6’10.25”

Lonnie Walker IV was a highly regarded 5-star recruit coming out of high school, but he didn't really lived up to the hype early in his freshman year at Miami. Walker averaged 11.5 PPG, 2.6 RPG and 1.9 APG this past season for the Hurricanes. He was given more opportunities later in the season when his teammate, Bruce Brown, went down with an injury Walker demonstrated great body control by finishing tough, contested shots at the rim. He also flashed the potential to be an elite perimeter defender, which is what I like most about him. If he can develop a more consistent 3 point shot over the next few years, Walker could end up being an All-Star caliber shooting guard. I expect a team in the top 10 to fall in love with his potential as a 3-and-D wing.

Strengths

  • Athleticism (explosive dunker and lateral quickness)
  • Perimeter defense potential
  • Length
  • Body frame
  • Moves well off-ball on offense

Weaknesses
  • Shot selection
  • 3-point shot consistency
  • Off-ball defense (IQ and intensity)


Projected Draft Range: Top 15
NBA Comparison: Jimmy Butler

9. Miles Bridges - SF - Michigan State



Height: 6’6.75”
Weight: 220
Wingspan: 6’9.5”

Miles Bridges probably would have been a lottery pick if he entered the draft after his freshman year at Michigan State, but he decided to come back and work on his game with coach Tom Izzo. In his sophomore year, Bridges averaged 17.1 PPG, 7.0 RPG, 2.7 APG and he shot 85.3% from the free throw line. His 3-point percentage dropped a bit, but with a free throw percentage that high, I’m not really worried about his shot translating to the next level. Bridges can become a great 2-way wing in the NBA, if he can prove to be a reliable perimeter defender. Either way, I think he will make an immediate impact as a role player. I would be surprised if he wasn’t picked in the lottery.

Strengths

  • Athleticism
  • Rebounding
  • Strength
  • Body frame
  • Free throws
  • Switch ability on defense

Weaknesses
  • Ball handling
  • Decision making
  • Shot creation


Projected Draft Range: Top 15
NBA Comparison: Tobias Harris

10. Zhaire Smith - SG - Texas Tech



Height: 6’4”
Weight:198
Wingspan: 6’9.75”

Zaire Smith was somewhat of an unknown coming into his freshman year at Texas Tech. He was only a 3-star recruit coming out of high school, but Smith showed he deserves to be in the lottery conversation. In his freshman year he averaged 11.3 PPG, 5.0 RPG, and 1.8 APG for the Red Raiders. Smith ended up shooting 45% from three point range, but it was a very small sample size (shot 1.1 three pointers per game). His 3-point shot is probably the biggest question mark right now. Teams know Smith will bring great effort on defense at all times, and could be the most athletic player in the draft. He is still raw, but has potential to be a steal in the late lottery.

Strengths

  • Athleticism
  • Perimeter defense
  • Length
  • High motor

Weaknesses
  • Small sample size on 3-point shot
  • Strength
  • Shot creation
  • Decision making


Projected Draft Range: Top 20
NBA Comparison: Zach Lavine

11. Josh Okogie - SG - Georgia Tech



Height: 6’4”
Weight: 213
Wingspan: 7’0”

Josh Okogie is one of my sleepers in this draft class. He was a sophomore this year at Georgia Tech, but he is still only 19 years old (turns 20 in September). As a sophomore he averaged 18.2 PPG 6.3 RPG and 2.5 APG for the Yellow Jackets. Okogie has shown that his shot can be consistent (82.1% free throw percentage and 38% three-point percentage), but some scouts worry about his shot translating to the NBA, due to his slow release and J.R. Smith-esque shot selection. Okogie has great on-ball defense, and showed he can have success guarding both the 1, or 2 positions. I think he will eventually be a great 2-way shooting guard, and he reminds me of Donovan Mitchell coming out of Louisville. I expect to hear his name called by the end of the first round.

Strengths

  • Athleticism
  • Defense
  • Free throws
  • Shot creation
  • Quick first step

Weaknesses
  • Slow release on shot
  • Shot selection
  • Ball handling


Projected Draft Range: First Round
NBA Comparison: Donovan Mitchell

12. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander - PG - Kentucky



Height: 6’6”
Weight: 180
Wingspan: 6’11.5”

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander is a late riser on draft boards. Kentucky struggled early in the season, but once Gilgeous-Alexander was inserted into the starting lineup, they became a completely different team. In his freshman season, he averaged 14.4 PPG, 4.1 RPG and 5.1 APG. He has elite size and length for a point guard, which makes him a pest on the defensive end. His defense is really what sets him apart from the other point guards in the draft. If he develops a consistent jump shot, I expect him to be a very good starting point guard in the NBA. A team will most likely use a lottery pick on Gilgeous-Alexander.

Strengths

  • Perimeter defense
  • Length
  • Passing and court vision
  • Finishing at the rim
  • Free throws
  • Basketball IQ

Weaknesses
  • Outside shooting
  • Body frame
  • Strength
  • Turnovers


Projected Draft Range: Top 15
NBA Comparison: Dejounte Murray

13. Anfernee Simons - SG/PG - IMG Academy (Prep School)



Height: 6’3.25”
Weight: 183
Wingspan: 6’9.25”

Anfernee Simons was originally in the class of 2017, but decided to reclassify and do a post graduate year at IMG Academy. He is able to bypass college since he was one year removed from graduating high school. In his one year at IMG Academy, Simons averaged 21.6 PPG, 4.0 RPG, 3.8 APG. He has proved to be a proficient 3 point shooter during his season, and also at some of the major camps he attended. Another thing that has impressed scouts is ability to play both guard positions. Simons does have the skill set and potential to be a dominant scoring guard. His offensive game sometimes reminds me of Victor Oladipo, but he isn’t quite the physical specimen that Oladipo was coming out of Indiana. Although the competition was pretty weak at IMG Academy, I expect a team to pick Simons somewhere in the first round.

Strengths

  • Shooting
  • Athleticism
  • Ball Handling
  • Court Vision
  • Great in the pick-and-roll

Weaknesses
  • Body frame
  • Strength
  • Played poor competition at prep school


Projected Draft Range: Top 20
NBA Comparison: Jeremy Lamb

14. Khyri Thomas - SG - Creighton



Height: 6’3.75”
Weight: 198
Wingspan: 6’10.5”

Khyri Thomas, a junior from Creighton, was not on many teams radar until this season. He ended up averaging 15.1 PPG, 4.4 RPG, and he shot 41.1% from three point range. His shooting stroke might be the best in this class. That, along with his great defense, makes him one of the more intriguing 2-way wings available. Thomas’ game kind of reminds me of Klay Thompson. A shorter version of Klay, but he makes up for it with his arm length. His age (22 years old) is the only thing keeping me from rating Thomas higher on my board. His ceiling may not be as high as a player like Lonnie Walker IV, or Zhaire Smith. I do think Thomas will make an immediate impact for any team that picks him. I expect him to be picked in the back end of the first round, but I wouldn’t be surprised if we hear his name called in the late lottery.

Strengths

  • Defense
  • Shooting mechanics
  • 3-point shooting (40% on his career)
  • Length
  • Body frame
  • Shot selection

Weaknesses
  • Older prospect
  • Explosiveness


Projected Draft Range: Late 1st round
NBA Comparison: Klay Thompson

15. Kevin Knox - SF - Kentucky



Height: 6’9”
Weight: 212
Wingspan: 6’11.75”

Kevin Knox was the highest rated recruit in Kentucky’s freshman class this year, but he didn’t really live up to the hype. He ended up averaging 15.6 PPG, 5,4 RPG and 1.4 APG as a freshman. Kentucky struggled as a team early on, so that probably hurt his draft stock a bit. Knox was known as a good shooter coming into college, but he struggled a bit at 34.1%. He really needs to work on making that shot consistent, and giving maximum effort on defense at the next level. Knox is only 18, so he still has a ton of potential. A team will most likely take him in the late lottery.

Strengths

  • Shot mechanics
  • Length
  • Body frame
  • Off-ball movement
  • Shooting potential

Weaknesses
  • Defense
  • Physicality
  • Ball handling

Projected Draft Range: Top 20
NBA Comparison: Paul George

16. Donte DiVincenzo - SG/PG - Villanova



Height: 6’4.5”
Weight: 200
Wingspan: 6’6”

Donte DiVincenzo is another one of those late draft risers after his performance in the NCAA Tournament for Villanova, where he earned “Final Four Most Outstanding Player” award. During his junior year, he averaged 13.4 PPG, 4.8 RPG, and 3.5 APG for the national champions. Divincenzo is an excellent shooter (40.1% from 3-point range) and has shown that he can make clutch shots in big moments. He might not have a high ceiling like some of the younger prospects, but I think Divincenzo will make an immediate impact for any team. He will most likely get picked in the late first round, which means he might end up on a good team where he can be a reliable role player. This is the best case scenario for him.

Strengths

  • Athleticism
  • Shooting
  • Hustle
  • Clutch
  • Basketball IQ


Weaknesses

  • Defense against bigger guards
  • Older prospects
  • Only started 12 games at Villanova


Projected Draft Range: Late first round/early second round
NBA Comparison: Eric Gordon

17. Trae Young - PG/SG - Oklahoma



Height: 6’1.75”
Weight: 177
Wingspan: 6’3”

Trae Young was one of the best offensive players in the country this year. As a freshman at Oklahoma, he averaged a nation best 27.4 PPG and 8.7 APG. Young was in my top 10 after the first few months of the season, but it was hard to ignore his glaring weaknesses. Although he is probably the most gifted offensive player in this draft class, his effort on defense needs to step up significantly. With all of the talented point guards in the league, Young will have a tough defensive match-up almost every night. I think a team will take a chance on him early in the draft, hoping he is the next Steph Curry.

Strengths

  • 3-point Shooting (very deep range)
  • Passing
  • Pick-and-roll offense potential
  • Makes tough shots


Weaknesses

  • Defense
  • Size and length
  • Shot selection
  • Athleticism


Projected Draft Range: Top 10
NBA Comparison: Seth Curry

18. Collin Sexton - PG - Alabama



Height: 6’1.5”
Weight: 183
Wingspan: 6’7.25”

Collin Sexton is one of the most explosive point guards in the draft this year. He averaged 19.2 PPG, 3.8 RPG and 3.6 APG for Alabama. Sexton uses his athletic ability really well to create his own shot off the dribble, or to finish at the rim. He has also shown the potential to be a great playmaker, but only ended up averaging 3.6 APG as a point guard last year. Many scouts worry about his size and lack of 3-point shot at the next level. I think a team will end up picking him in the Top 20 just based off his ability to score.

Strengths

  • Speed and quickness
  • Hustle
  • Athleticism
  • Strength
  • Shot creation for himself



Weakesses

  • 3-point shooting
  • Size
  • Efficiency
  • Shot selection


Projected Draft Range: 1st Round
NBA Comparison: De’Aaron Fox

19. Kevin Huerter - SG/SF - Maryland



Height: 6’7.25”
Weight: 194
Wingspan: 6’7.5”

The sophomore from Maryland averaged 14.8 PPG, 5.0 RPG, and shot 41.7% from 3 this season. Huerter is another player that has popped up in recent weeks after the combine. He has always been known for his unlimited 3-point range, but he also showed he can play good defense on the perimeter. Although he needs to work on his ball handling, Huerter had moments where he looked comfortable driving past defenders and pulling up for the jumpers. There was a lot of growth in Huerter’s game from his freshman to sophomore year, and he is still only 19 years old. I think he should get drafted in the late first round

Strengths

  • 3-point Shooting (deep range)
  • Athleticism
  • Perimeter defense potential
  • Basketball IQ


Weaknesses

  • Strength
  • Body frame
  • Shot selection


Projected Draft Range: Late first round/early second round
NBA Comparison: Nik Stauskas

20. Mitchell Robinson - C - Western Kentucky



Height: 7’1”
Weight: 225
Wingspan: 7’4”

Mitchell Robinson was a 5-star recruit coming out of high school, but he never got a chance to play in college this past season. After being suspended by Western Kentucky, Robinson decided to skip the season and get ready for the 2018 NBA Draft. Some teams are going to be turned off by this incident and they will view him as a prospect with character issues. Whoever takes a flyer on him might be getting the steal of the draft. He is an athletic big man that will thrive in the pick-and-roll, and in transition. Robinson also has the potential to be the best rim protecter in this draft. If he has played last season, I believe there is no doubt he would have been a lottery pick.

Strengths

  • Athleticism
  • Great rim protector
  • Good roll man off picks
  • Length


Weaknesses

  • Fouls
  • Footwork in the post
  • Character issues


Projected Draft Range: Late first round/early second round
NBA Comparison: Tyson Chandler

 

 

Rank

Player

Position

College (Pro)

Height

Weight

Wingspan

Year

21

Elie Okobo

PG

Pau-Lacq Orthez (France)

6’2"

180

-

France (1997)

22

Melvin Frazier

SF/SG

Tulane

6'6"

198

7’1.75”

Junior

23

Jacob Evans

SG

Cincinnati

6’5.5"

200

6’9.25"

Junior

24

Wendell Carter

PF/C

Duke

6’10”

251

7’4.5”

Freshman

25

Gary Trent Jr.

SG

Duke

6’5.75”

204

6’8.75"

Freshman

26

Nuni Omot

SF/PF

Baylor

6'9"

205

7’0"

Senior

27

Dzanan Musa

SF

Cedevita Zagreb (Croatia)

6’9"

195

-

Bosnia &Herzegovina (1999)

28

Hamidou Diallo

SG

Kentucky

6’6"

197

6’11.5"

Freshman

29

Keita Bates-Diop

SG/SF

Ohio State

6’8.5”

223

7’3.25”

Junior

30

Robert Williams

PF/C

Texas A&M

6’9"

240

-

Sophomore

31

Jerome Robinson

SG

Boston Ccollege

6'5"

190

-

Junior

32

Kenrich Williams

SF/PF

TCU

6'8"

205

6’8"

Junior

33

Shake Milton

SG/PG

SMU

6’5.5”

207

7’0.75"

Junior

34

Malik Newman

SG

Kansas

6’3.25"

189

6’5.5”

Junior

35

Isaac Bonga

SF

Skyliners Frankfurt (Germany)

6’8”

179

-

Germany (1999)

36

Brandon McCoy

C

UNLV

7’0.5"

250

7’2"

Freshman

37

Omari Spellman

PF/C

Villanova

6’9.25”

253

7’2"

Freshman

38

Aaron Holiday

PG/SG

UCLA

6'1"

185

-

Junior

39

Jalen Brunson

PG

Villanova

6'3"

199

-

Junior

40

Troy Brown

SF

Oregon

6’6.75"

208

6’10.25”

Freshman

41

Landry Shamet

PG

Wichita State

6’4"

188

 

Sophomore

42

Chandler Hutchinson

SG/SF

Boise State

6’7"

195

-

Senior

43

Tony Carr

PG

Penn State

6’4.5"

199

6’8.25"

Sophomore

44

Moritz “Moe” Wagner

PF

Michigan

6’11.5"

241

7'0"

Junior

45

Jarred Vanderbilt

SF

Kentucky

6'9"

219

-

Freshman

46

Devonte Graham

PG

Kansas

6’1.5”

185

6’6.25

Senior

47

Ray Spalding

PF

Louisville

6’10.25"

215

7’4.75”

Junior

48

Rawle Alkins

SG

Arizona

6’4.25”

217

6’8.75”

Sophomore

49

Chimezie Metu

PF/C

USC

6’9.5"

219

7’0.5"

Junior

50

Trevon Duval

PG

Duke

6’2.5”

191

6’8.25"

Freshman

51

Alonzo Trier

SG

Arizona

6’5.25"

198

6’6.75"

Junior

52

Kostas Antetokounmpo

PF

Dayton

6’10.5"

195

7’2.25”

Freshman

53

Goga Bitadze

C

KK Mega Basket (Serbia)

6’11"

245

-

Georgia (1999)

54

Sviatoslav “Svi” Mykhailiuk

SG/SF

Kansas

6’7.75"

211

6’4.75”

Senior

55

Jevon Carter

PG

West Virginia

6'1"

195

-

Senior

56

Issuf Sanon

PG

Petrol Olimpija (Slovenia)

6'4"

185

-

Ukraine (1999)

57

Theo Pinson

SG/SF

North Carolina

6’6.75"

211

6’10.75”

Senior

58

Wenyen Gabriel

SF/PF

Kentucky

6'9"

205

7'0"

Sophomore

59

Vanja Marinkovic

SG

Partizan (Serbia)

6'8"

197

-

Serbia (1997)

60

Bruce Brown

PG/SG

Miami

6'5"

195

6'9"

Sophomore


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