Phoenix Suns: Anfernee Simons, G, USA, 6-3, 1999
The one-time Louisville commit is heading straight to the NBA versus going to college. He is a long-term prospect, yet he can play either guard spot and knows how to score the rock.
Memphis Grizzlies: Jacob Evans, G/F, Cincinnati, 6-6, Jr.
A physical wing, Evans brings versatility to both ends of the floor.
Dallas Mavericks: Melvin Frazier, G/F, Tulane, 6-6, Jr.
Frazier flew under the radar nationally from playing for bad Tulane team. He projects as a "3 and D"-type player.
Atlanta Hawks: Mortiz Wagner, C, Michigan, 6-11, Sr.
The German is an inside/outside threat who can stretch defenses with his perimeter shooting. Due to the lack of big man depth in this draft, I wouldn't be shocked if he gets snagged in the late first round though.
Orlando Magic: Josh Okogie, SG, Georgia Tech, 6-4, Soph.
A physical off-guard, Okogie is at his best attacking the rim.
New York Knicks: Omari Spellman, PF, Villanova, 6-9, Fr.
Spellman is an inside/outside threat who can use his size and strength inside but can also step out and knock down three-pointers.
Sacramento Kings: D'Anthony Melton, G, USC, 6-3, Soph.
Melton was forced to sit all season due to USC's involvement with the FBI's NCAA situation, but he is a combo guard who can distribute and score.
Philadelphia 76ers: Gary Trent Jr., SG, Duke, 6-6, Fr.
Trent is a pure scorer who can stroke it from the outside.
Los Angeles Lakers: Rawle Alkins, SG, Arizona, 6-5, Soph.
A physical off-guard, Alkins' biggest attribute is his strength and athleticism, which allow him to cause havoc at the rim.
Brooklyn Nets: Trevon Duval, PG, Duke, 6-2, Fr.
Duval fits the mold of the modern NBA point guard; physical, athletic,and strong when attacking the rim. He struggles shooting it from the outside, but if he can make strides in that part of his game, he could be a second-round steal.
Orlando Magic: Isaac Bonga, G/F, Germany, 6-9, 1999.
With tremendous versatility and athleticism, Bonga can run the point or play on the wing, using his size to get to the rim.
Detroit Pistons: Hamidou Diallo, SG, Kentucky, 6-6, Fr.
Freakishly athletic, Diallo is at his best when attacking the tin, but he needs to improve his outside shooting to reach his full potential.
Denver Nuggets: Shake Milton, PG, SMU, 6-5, Jr.
Milton missed a good chunk of last season due to injury, but is a combo guard with great size and all-around skill set.
Washington Wizards: Chimezie Metu, PF/C, USC, 6-11, Jr.
Long and athletic, Metu attacks the glass and also has a nice back-to-the-basket game.
Charlotte Hornets: Jevon Carter, PG, West Virginia, 6-1, Sr.
Carter is a bulldog on the defensive end and relies on his strength more than his athleticism.
Houston Rockets: Bruce Brown, G, Miami, 6-5, Soph.
Brown is a stat-sheet stuffer as he can score, distribute the rock, and rebound extremely well for his size.
Los Angeles Lakers: Jarred Vanderbilt, SF, Kentucky, 6-8, Fr.
Injuries curtailed Vanderbilt's freshman season, but he flashed first-round potential when healthy.
Minnesota Timberwolves: Wenyen Gabriel, F, Kentucky, 6-9, Soph.
Gabriel brings versatility to the floor and could find his niche in the NBA as someone who can guard either forward spot.
San Antonio Spurs: Angel Delgado, PF, Seton Hall, 6-10, Jr.
A double-double machine, Delgado could find his niche in the NBA as a rebounder/energy guy.
Indiana Pacers: Devon Hall, SG, Virginia, 6-6, Sr.
Hall has a "3 and D" game that could translate at the next level.
New Orleans Pelicans: Billy Preston, PF, USA, 6-10, Fr.
A top-30 recruit in the 2017 class, Preston didn't play for Kansas this past season due to the FBI investigation, but he has good projectibility for an NBA power forward.
Utah Jazz: Tony Carr, PG, Penn State, 6-5, Soph.
Carr has great size for an NBA guard and does a little bit of everything on the floor.
Oklahoma City Thunder: Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk, SF, Kansas, 6-8, Sr.
His ability to stroke it from deep should find the Ukraine native a spot in the second round.
Dallas Mavericks: Brandon McCoy, C, UNLV, 7-0, Fr.
A physical and athletic presence in the paint, McCoy is a factor inside on both ends of the floor. He is a true center, which is viewed by some as a negative in today's NBA.
Charlotte Hornets: Alize Johnson, PF, Missouri State, 6-8, Sr.
Lengthy and bouncy, Johnson was a double-double machine at Missouri State.
Philadelphia 76ers: Rodions Kurcus, SF, Latvia, 6-8, 1998
Kurcus is a versatile forward capable of shooting it from deep.
Oklahoma City Thunder: Allonzo Trier, SG, Arizona, 6-5, Jr.
A pure scorer, Trier is a solid outside shooter who is also capable of getting to the rim.
Denver Nuggets: Arnoldas Kulboka, F, Lithuania, 6-10, 1998
A project forward, Kulboka has good height and shooting touch but is rail thin.
Phoenix Suns: DeVonte' Graham, PG, Kansas, 6-2, Sr.
Graham is a terrific floor general, although he lacks the ideal athleticism for an NBA point guard.
Philadelphia 76ers: Justin Jackson, SF, Maryland, 6-8, Soph.
Jackson is a tremendous athlete, though he missed a good chunk of his sophomore season due to a torn labrum.