Charlotte Hornets: Frank Jackson, PG, Duke, 6-3, Fr.
With great size for the next level, Jackson has a terrific feel for the game and can shoot it from deep. There are some concerns about his foot injury though.
Phoenix Suns: Isaiah Hartenstein, PF, USA, 6-11, 1998.
Born in Oregon, Hartenstein grew up overseas in Germany. He is skilled for his size, but needs to become stronger.
Orlando Magic: D.J. Wilson, F, Michigan, 6-10, Jr.
Wilson was a late bloomer this past season and has a good combination of athleticism and versatility at the forward position.
Sacramento Kings: Jaron Blossomgame, SF, Clemson, 6-7, Sr.
The Tiger senior is a versatile wing who can guard multiple positions and also shoots it well from deep.
Orlando Magic: Anzejs Pasecniks, C, Latvia, 7-1, 1995
With four picks in the top 35, the Magic can go the draft-and-stash route.
Philadelphia 76ers: Josh Hart, SG, Villanova, 6-5, Sr.
Hart is a jack-of-all-trades-type wing player, though he lacks the ideal athleticism for an NBA wing.
Boston Celtics: Tony Bradley, C, North Carolina, 6-11, Fr.
Bradley is a skilled big man who didn't get a ton of playing time coming off the bench at North Carolina, but with time, has the skillset and potential to be a solid five.
Chicago Bulls: Wesley Iwundu, SF, Kansas State, 6-7, Sr.
A versatile and athletic wing, Iwundu could find a role at the next level as a glue guy.
Philadelphia 76ers: Kyle Kuzma, PF, Utah, 6-9, Jr.
Kuzma is a versatile forward who can face up or play with his back to the basket.
New Orleans Pelicans: Monte Morris, PG, Iowa State, 6-2, Sr.
A terrific floor leader, Morris is a heady point guard who excels in the pick-and-roll game.
Atlanta Hawks: P.J. Dozier, G, South Carolina, 6-7, Soph.
Somewhat in the Michael Carter-Williams mold, Dozier is a lengthy point guard with terrific size.
Utah Jazz:Alec Peters, PF, Valparaiso, 6-9, Sr.
Peters is a pick-and-pop threat who could find his niche in the NBA due to his outside shooting.
Houston Rockets: Jonathan Motley, PF, Baylor, 6-9, Jr.
Motley had an All-American-caliber season and brings tremendous length and athleticism to the floor.
New York Knicks: Dwayne Bacon, SG, Florida State, 6-6, Soph.
A smooth scorer with good size for the next level, Bacon knows how to get buckets from the perimeter or when attacking the tin.
Houston Rockets: Edmond Sumner, PG, Xavier, 6-6, Soph.
Lengthy and athletic, Sumner is explosive at the rim, but not a great outside shooter. He suffered a torn ACL in January, which hurts his stock some.
Philadelphia 76ers: Mathias Lessort, PF, France, 6-9, 1996.
The 76ers can go the draft-and-stash route due to having four second-round picks.
Milwaukee Bucks: Devin Robinson, SF, Florida, 6-8, Jr.
Robinson has the ideal size and athleticism for an NBA small forward, but he needs to refine his all-around skill set.
Indiana Pacers: Tyler Dorsey, G, Oregon, 6-4, Soph.
Dorsey has good size and scoring ability, but he needs to become a better distributor.
Denver Nuggets: Jonah Bolden, PF, Australia, 6-10, 1996.
Bolden is a former UCLA Bruin who chose to play professionally overseas this past season.
Philadelphia 76ers: Alpha Kaba, PF, France, 6-10, 1996.
Kaba is an athletic, energy frontcourt player, and this would be the Sixers' fourth pick of the second round, so they could look to go the foreign route.
Denver Nuggets: Frank Mason, PG, Kansas, 6-0, Sr.
Despite being a bit undersized, Mason is a veteran floor leader who can score or distribute as a lead guard.
New Orleans Pelicans: Sindarius Thornwell, SG, South Carolina, 6-5, Sr.
Thornwell is a physical scoring guard who can muscle you inside or shoot it from deep.
Boston Celtics: Cameron Oliver, PF, Nevada, 6-8, Jr.
Though an undersized four man, Oliver can step out and knock down jumpers.
Phoenix Suns: Thomas Bryant, C, Indiana, 6-11, Soph.
Bryant is an inside/outside threat, but he will struggle defensively in the NBA.
Utah Jazz: Vlatko Cancar, SF, Slovenia, 6-8, 1997.
The Jazz go the foreign route with their fourth pick of the 2017 NBA Draft.
Boston Celtics: Dillon Brooks, SF, Oregon, 6-6, Jr.
The Canadian is a physical, though undersized, forward who uses his strong build to out-muscle opponents at the rim.
Brooklyn Nets: Kobi Simmons, PG, Arizona, 6-4, Fr.
Simmons has great size and athleticism for the next level, but coming off a disappointing freshman campaign at Arizona, has a lot of developing to do with his all-around game before he becomes a factor at the next level.
New York Knicks: Nigel Hayes, F, Wisconsin, 6-7, Sr.
Hayes projects as an undersized power forward at the next level since he struggles shooting it from distance.
San Antonio Spurs: V.J. Beachem, SF, Notre Dame, 6-8, Sr.
A sharpshooter with good size, Beachem could find his niche at the next level.
Atlanta Hawks: L.J. Peak, SG, Georgetown, 6-5, Jr.
Peak is a physical, athletic guard who struggles shooting it from deep.