2016 NBA Draft early entry list now set; ranking the underclassmen

 

Draft early entrants1. Ben Simmons: F, LSU, 6-10, 240, 19 years old

Scouting Profile: It’s 1A and 1B on my board right now with Simmons and Brandon Ingram, which means I’ll have plenty to write about throughout the course of draft season. Long story short, Simmons simply does things with the basketball that guys that are 6-10 should not be able to do. He’s might be the best transition player to enter the league since LeBron, his passing ability is preternatural, and he’s a killer-rebounder and finisher around the rim. The questions are whether or not he can develop his jumper, and more importantly whether or not he can change his attitude after a year of being entitled at LSU.

Hiring Agent? Yes

Draft range: No. 1 or No. 2

2. Brandon Ingram: F, Duke, 6-9, 190, 18 years old

Scouting Profile: It seems likely either Ingram or Ben Simmons will be the No. 1 pick in the 2016 NBA Draft. The key with Ingram is potential. At 6-9, he moves like a guard despite having a 9-1.5 standing reach, which is normal for a center. He’s a tremendous shooter both off the catch and off the dribble too, and he can change his pace and direction impressively. Oh, and he’s over a year younger than Simmons. The questions with him are frame related. How well can he fill out? Also, is he going to continue to grow athletically? His explosiveness is quite average now, but could improve as his body fills out.

Hiring Agent? Yes

Draft range: No. 1 or No. 2

3. Jamal Murray: PG/SG, Kentucky, 6-5, 235, 19 years old

Scouting Profile: Full Jamal Murray scouting profile here.

Hiring Agent? Yes

Draft range: No. 3 to No. 10

4. Kris Dunn: PG, Providence, 6-4, 220, 22 years old

Scouting Profile: Full Kris Dunn scouting profile here.

Hiring Agent? Yes

Draft range: No. 3 to No. 11

5. Jaylen Brown: F, California, 6-7, 225, 19 years old

Scouting Profile: Brown came into Cal with a lot of promise, but ultimately had just a solid year. On the plus side, Brown is a tremendous athlete with great leaping ability and quickness. Plus, with a 7-foot wingspan, he has a great frame to work with too, and should provide lineup versatility for whatever team drafts him. However, he still needs to iron out his overall game, including his ability to shoot and his ball-handling. He’ll be a lottery pick, and likely go in the top-half.

Hiring Agent? Yes

Draft range: No. 3 to No. 10

6. Jakob Poeltl: C, Utah, 7-0, 248, 20 years old

Scouting Profile: Poeltl could have been a lottery pick last year, but decided to stay in school and ride it out. That was a good decision, because he’s improved his game and solidified himself as a likely top 10 pick in this draft. Poeltl profiles really well as a role player due to his ability to score out of the post, his mobility and defense, and his overall athleticism. It’d be nice if he could expand his range a bit beyond the six foot range, but overall Poeltl should become a really solid NBA player.

Hiring Agent? Yes

Draft range: No. 3 to No. 12

7. Henry Ellenson: PF/C, Marquette, 6-10, 245, 19 years old

Scouting Profile: Full scouting profile on Henry Ellenson here.

Hiring Agent? Yes

Draft range: No. 3 to No. 12

8. Domantas Sabonis: PF/C, Gonzaga, 6-10, 231, 20 years old

Scouting Profile: Full Domantas Sabonis scouting profile here.

Hiring Agent? Yes

Draft range: No. 11 to No. 22

9. Skal Labissiere: PF/C, Kentucky, 6-11, 225, 20 years old

Scouting Profile: Full Skal Labissiere scouting profile here.

Hiring Agent? Yes

Draft range: No. 7 to No. 40

10. Tyler Ulis: PG, Kentucky, 5-9, 160, 20 years old

Scouting Profile: Full Tyler Ulis scouting profile here.

Hiring Agent? Yes

Draft range: No. 13 to No. 30

11. Marquese Chriss: PF, Washington, 6-9, 225, 18 years old

Scouting Profile: This is a home run swing, boom or bust type player. On one hand, Chriss is a tremendous athlete who can run and leap with anyone on the floor. He also can knock down 3s from the outside. However, his feel for the game at this stage seems rather low, as he’s not a great rebounder, passer or defender yet. In five years, he could be a star or he could be out of the league. Someone will take the swing in the first round.

Hiring Agent? Yes

Draft range: No. 7 to No. 22 overall

12. Deyonta Davis: PF/C, Michigan State, 6-10, 240, 19 years old

Scouting Profile: Davis had a solid season freshman season for the Spartans, scoring 7.5 points and averaging 5.5 rebounds in under 20 minutes a game. He’s not very polished yet, but he’s tough and has quite a bit of explosive athletic ability that translates well to the defensive end, where he’s comfortable both inside and on the perimeter. Anywhere from the lottery to the late portion of the first round fits right now, but he could rise depending on his interviews.

Hiring Agent? Yes

Draft range: No. 7 to No. 22 overall

13. Demetrius Jackson: PG, Notre Dame, 6-1, 195, 21 years old

Scouting Profile: Full Demetrius Jackson scouting profile here.

Hiring Agent? Yes

Draft range: No. 10 to No. 30

14. Wade Baldwin IV: PG, Vanderbilt, 6-3, 194, 20 years old

Scouting Profile: Full Wade Baldwin scouting profile here.

Hiring Agent? Yes

Draft range: No. 11 to No. 25

15. Malik Beasley: SG, Florida State, 6-5, 196, 19 years old

Scouting Profile: Full Malik Beasley scouting profile here.

Hiring Agent? Plans to, but has not yet

Draft range: No. 18 to No. 38

16. Thon Maker: PF/C, Australia/Canada, 7-0, 220, 19 years old

Scouting Profile: Maker’s stock is about as volatile as any NBA Draft prospect in recent memory. On one hand, Maker is still a legit 7-footer with a 9-3 standing reach who can shoot 3s, protect the rim, and generally is thought of as a great kid. On the other, he’s about as raw as it gets in regard to his game at this point, he has a lot of work to do on his body, and he can be rather robotic in his movements athletically. To say his draft stock is anywhere from No. 7 to No. 60 is not an exaggeration. Some teams will think of him as a surefire lottery pick with the way the game is going, others will think he’s undraftable due to how much of a project he is. Tough to say where things end up falling.

Hiring Agent? Yes

Draft range: No. 7 to No. 60

17. DeAndre Bembry: SG/SF, St. Joseph’s, 6-6, 210, 21 years old

Scouting Profile: Full DeAndre Bembry scouting profile here.

Hiring agent? Yes

Draft range: No. 22 to No. 45

18. Stephen Zimmerman: C, UNLV, 7-0, 240, 19 years old

Scouting Profile: Full Stephen Zimmerman scouting profile here.

Hiring Agent? Yes

Draft range: No. 20 to No. 60

19. Diamond Stone: C, Maryland, 6-11, 255, 19 years old

Scouting Profile: Just a few years ago, it would seem likely that Diamond Stone would be a top-10 pick in this draft. He’s a big-bodied center with a long wingspan and terrific touch around the rim who can create his own offense from the block. That’s not the way the NBA is going though, and his game has some major holes in the way it fits in the current iteration of the league. The two biggest problems are that he can’t defend on the perimeter and he can’t rebound inside. Plus, his conditioning needs to improve moving forward. In the modern NBA, I wouldn’t pick Stone in the first round because of these weaknesses. But some team likely will and try to develop him inside as a weapon.

Hiring Agent? Yes

Draft range: No. 12 to No. 40

20. Damian Jones: C, Vanderbilt, 6-11, 250, 20 years old

Scouting Profile: Jones has not officially declared yet, but he said to the Tennessean he believes he is “NBA-ready.” Plus, he also said before that his plan was to declare for the draft after the season. Overall though, he had a bit of a disappointing year at Vandy this season, averaging 13.9 points and 6.9 rebounds. The numbers are fine and his athleticism and mobility at his size are superb, but Jones simply hasn’t really shown much improvement over the course of his years in college. His feel for the game is relatively low, he’s not quite the rebounder you want him to be, and you can move him off of his spot relatively easily due to his higher center of gravity. Personally, I do not rate Jones as a first-round pick. But there are certainly some teams that do, and he could find a place in the top 30 by the time it’s all done.

Hiring Agent? Yes

Draft range: No. 18 to No. 45

21. Cheick Diallo: PF/C, Kansas, 6-9, 220, 19 years old

Scouting Profile: Diallo had a bit of a lost season in Lawrence despite coming in as a high-profile freshman expected to compete for a starting job immediately. On the plus side, Diallo is one of the more athletic big men you’ll find in the country, as he runs the floor like a guard. On the other side, his feel for the game is quite low. He’d probably go anywhere from No. 20 to No. 50 in this draft if he decides to stay in.

Hiring Agent? No.

Draft range: No. 20 to No. 50 overall

22. Dejounte Murray: G, Washington, 6-5, 170, 19 years old

Scouting Profile: Murray is a pretty polarizing prospect for NBA scouts. On one hand, Murray is a 6-5 point guard with a near 6-10 wingspan who can get into the paint at will. On the other, he’s not a good shooter, turns the ball over quite a bit, and doesn’t really defend yet. Some think his potential is vast though, and that he could be worth a mid-first round pick. Others don’t think he’s more of a mid-second rounder. Tough to say where he ends up at this point.

Hiring Agent? Yes

Draft range: No. 16 to No. 45

23. Isaiah Whitehead: G, Seton Hall, 6-4, 210, 21 years old

Scouting Profile: Over the course of his first season and a half at Seton Hall, Whitehead had been something of a disappointment. Through December this year, he possessed ugly shooting percentages and he still hadn’t totally figured out the college game. Then, in January, something clicked. Over the course of the last three months, Whitehead was one of the five best players in college basketball. He averaged 20 points and 5.5 assists per game in conference play, knocked down 42.6 percent of his 100-plus 3-pointers, got to the foul line, and limited turnovers a bit more than he had in the past. Teams would like to see Whitehead return and consolidate that performance with an All-American season at Seton Hall next season, but if he decides to go through with entering the draft he could go anywhere from No. 20 to No. 55. Some teams like his game as a potential Jamal Crawford-like creator, others wonder if he’ll ever be able to finish inside the arc and reign in some of his wilder tendencies. It’s a tough call him.

Hiring Agent? Not yet

Draft range: No. 20 to No. 55

24. Ben Bentil: PF, Providence, 6-9, 240, 21 years old,

Scouting Profile: Full Ben Bentil scouting profile here.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: No. 20 to No. 50

25. Melo Trimble: PG, Maryland, 6-3, 190, 21 years old

Scouting Profile: Trimble had a roller coaster season for Maryland, eventually leading it to the Sweet 16. His jump shot failed him quite often this year as he dealt with multiple injuries to his legs and back. However, the 6-3 point guard is still one of the best pick-and-roll guards in the country, and that translates well to the next level. If he can prove in workouts that his shooting was aberrent due to injury this year, it might be enough for him to secure a first round pick in a draft bereft of a second-best point guard behind Kris Dunn currently.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: No. 20 to No. 50

26. Nigel Hayes: F, Wisconsin, 6-8, 235, 21 years old

Scouting Profile: Hayes had a bit of a down year, and has said that it’s likely he’ll be back at Wisconsin next season after availing himself of the process. The 6-8 forward is interesting due to his versatility as a defender and his ability to step away and shoot at his size potentially. The problem is that his efficiency went down this season as he was asked to step into a larger role, as he shot 36.8 percent from the field. It’s possible that Hayes will interview well and convince a team that he’s worth a flier, but it seems probably he’ll be back at Wisconsin to try to help his stock next season.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: No. 28 to undrafted

27. Kay Felder: PG, Oakland, 5-9, 176, 21 years old

Scouting Profile: Full scouting profile on Kay Felder here.

Hiring Agent? Yes

Draft range: Second round to undrafted

28. Patrick McCaw: SG/SF, UNLV, 6-7, 185, 20 years old

Scouting Profile: McCaw is a pretty versatile player, capable of hitting jumpers from the outside, filling in at the point guard position, and defending due to his length and quickness. Not many players in this draft can say they have that kind of expansive repertoire. The weaknesses here are his body, as he is relatively skinny, and his consistency. Anywhere from the late first to the mid second round seems right for McCaw.

Hiring Agent? Not yet, but seems likely

Draft range: No. 22 to No. 47

29. Wayne Selden: SG, Kansas, 6-5, 230, 21 years old

Scouting Profile: Selden had a breakout junior season that still tailed off a bit late. Selden is a good athlete, but ultimately his NBA potential is going to come down to his shooting skill. Right now, he’s a bit too streaky. Is he the guy who shot 54 percent from 3 in the first half of the season, or the guy who shot 31 percent in the second half? Because of that inconsistency, he’ll likely be a second rounder instead of a first rounder.

Hiring Agent? Yes

Draft range: Early second round to undrafted

30. Chinanu Onuaku: C, Louisville, 6-10, 245, 19 years old

Scouting Profile: Full Chinanu Onuaku scouting profile here.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: No. 23 to No. 50

31. Malik Newman: G, Mississippi State, 6-3, 190, 19 years old

Scouting Profile: Full Malik Newman scouting profile here.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: No. 25 to undrafted

32. Josh Hart: SG, Villanova, 6-5, 205, 21 years old,

Scouting Profile: Coming off of a terrific, national championship-winning season, Hart has decided to test his stock. It’s going to be interesting to see what he decides to do. Some scouts really love the grit, toughness, defense and rebounding he displays on just about every possession, and also believe he is a better shooter than his percentage this year indicates from deep. Some others just don’t buy his lack of explosiveness translating to the next level. His stock will be among the more fluid on draft day if he stays in, but I do think at this juncture that he’d be at the very least selected if he entered.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: No. 25 to No. 50

33. Jaron Blossomgame: SF, Clemson, 6-7, 215, 22 years old

Scouting Profile: Blossomgame had a breakout junior season and was first team All-ACC this season. He’s a terrific athlete, who has also improved tremendously with his jump shot. Once he gets into workouts, he could be a real riser in the draft process. Still, likely a second round pick.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Second round to undrafted

34. Pascal Siakam: F/C, New Mexico State, 6-9, 230, 22 years old

Scouting Profile: Siakam had a breakout sophomore season on his way to being named honorable mention All-America. He scored 20.3 points, grabbed nearly 12 rebounds and blocked over two shots a game for the Aggies this year, generally dominating the action in the WAC. He also showed up well against high-major players, as his motor and length is superb, and his instincts are also quite strong when attacking the ball on the glass and defending. His jump shot could use some work, but he also has the framework of a nice 18-footer. His explosiveness might hold him back a touch, but Siakam could easily find himself in the second round if he stays in the draft.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Second round to undrafted

35. Justin Jackson: SG/SF, North Carolina, 6-8, 200, 21 years old

Scouting Profile: Jackson is a former five-star high school prospect who has had a solid career thus far at North Carolina. Jackson averaged 12.2 points and 2.8 assists per game this season, doing a lot of his damage in the midrange. Plus, he has solid size and his feel for the game is terrific. The problem is that he’s not necessarily a superb athlete. He is not hiring an agent, and he could really help his stock by returning to improve as a 3-point shooter as well.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Second round to undrafted

36. Troy Williams: SF, Indiana, 6-7, 215, 21 years old

Scouting Profile: Williams is certainly one of the better athletes in this draft, as he possesses both terrific explosiveness and quickness. He also did a bit better of a job as a decision maker this season, even if he still has a tendency to get out of control. There are some issues though. He’s still a 6-7 kid with relatively short arms who isn’t a major plus defensively yet. But the true swing skill will be the jump shot. Can Williams build on the groundwork for his jumper thus far, or will it fall apart when trying to move back to the NBA line? Tough to say. He’ll have a shot to go in the second round if he stays in the draft.

Hiring Agent? Not yet

Draft range: Second round to undrafted

37. Malik Pope: PF, San Diego State, 6-10, 205, 19 years old

Scouting Profile: At some point over the last year and a half, it was almost like “Malik Pope” failed to be a real person, and instead was replaced by “Malik Pope’s draft stock.” And early in the season, it seemed like Pope would have no chance to be in position to be picked. However, around the mid-January mark, Pope started to figure some things out and really played terrific, attacking basketball down the stretch. He’s still a superb athlete at 6-10 with long arms who can fluidly run the floor and also stretch the floor with shooting. The problem is that his feel for the game is still low, and he doesn’t really affect the game when he’s not scoring. If Pope can return next season and continue to build on how he ended the season, it’s easy to see him becoming a first round pick. If he comes out though, he’s taking a risk as a second round flier.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Early second round to undrafted

38. Dillon Brooks: SF, Oregon, 6-6, 225, 20 years old

Scouting Profile: Brooks built off of a solid freshman season at Oregon and became one of the Pac-12’s breakout stars in 2016. He plays a bit of a brand of bully ball, but it tends to work because Brooks has also really improved his feel for the game. He averaged over three assists per game this season from the wing, and also improved his jumper, especially from the midrange. The key for him will be to improve as a shooter going forward, or else he’ll likely struggle as he’s more of a physical athlete than an explosive one.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Second round to undrafted

39. Anthony “Cat” Barber: G, NC State, 6-2, 185, 21 years old

Scouting Profile: Full Cat Barber scouting profile here.

Hiring Agent? Yes

Draft range: Second round to undrafted

40. Dedric Lawson: F, Memphis, 6-8, 225, 18 years old

Scouting Profile: Lawson is an interesting player. He started out the season as one of the best freshmen in the country, but tailed off a bit late with his efficiency as he only shot 39.6 percent in AAC play despite averaging 16.1 points and 9.5 rebounds per game, along with 2.7 assists, 1.1 steals and 1.4 blocks. Plus, at 6-8 with a 7-1.5 wingspan and great athleticism, there’s definitely a potential player here at his age. But given his potential, he might be better off returning, improving, and potentially moving into the first round if he can add strength and get better at finishing around the rim.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Late first round to undrafted

41. James Webb III: F, Boise State, 6-9, 205, 22 years old

Scouting Profile: Webb is interesting in that he combines athleticism, rebounding, solid defense, and potential perimeter shooting. However, he’s still more of a 4 trapped in a 3’s body, and he needs the jump shot to make it at the next level offensively. Unfortunately for him, that jump shot hasn’t really taken any strides, as he only connected on 25 percent of them this season. He’s signed with an agent and he’ll have a chance to get picked, but there’s a good shot he goes undrafted.

Hiring Agent? Yes

Draft range: Second round to undrafted

42. Isaiah Taylor: PG, Texas, 6-1, 170, 21 years old

Scouting Profile: Taylor has slightly improved every season at Texas, but he’s still just not quite there yet despite a season where he averaged 15 points and five assists per game. On the plus side, he’s lightning quick and has improved as a decision maker. But the problem is that he’s still undersized, is still more of a scoring point guard, and doesn’t really finish well at the rim or from distance. It’s tough to make it like that in the league. If he could return and improve on those factors, he’d have a shot to become a first team All-American next year. If he stays in this draft though, he could easily go undrafted.

Hiring Agent? Yes

Draft range: Second round to undrafted

43. Daniel Hamilton: SG/SF, Connecticut, 6-8, 198, 20 years old

Scouting Profile: Full scouting profile on Daniel Hamilton here.

Hiring Agent? Yes

Draft range: Second round to undrafted

44. Isaiah Briscoe: PG, Kentucky, 6-3, 202, 20 years old

Scouting Profile: Kentucky has said all of its players will be putting their names into the draft, so that includes Briscoe. Of any player in all of college basketball who will need to make a choice on his staying in the draft, Briscoe might have the hardest decision to make. On one hand, his freshman season at Kentucky wasn’t great as he was often a point guard relegated to playing the 3 spot due to the presence of Tyler Ulis and Jamal Murray. It could really benefit him to return and show that he can be a lead guard. Therein lies the problem though, as Kentucky has recruited over him and brought in De’Aaron Fox. Plus, as a 20 year old freshman, transferring becomes a trickier ask. He’s stuck between a rock and a hard place right now, as he would not be a first round pick, and could easily go undrafted if he decides to stay in the draft. I honestly wish Briscoe the best in this situation, because from the outside it seems like an impossible choice.

Hiring Agent? Unclear

Draft range: Second round to undrafted

45. Robert Carter, Jr.: PF, Maryland, 6-9, 235, 22 years old

Scouting Profile: Carter will be in the draft after hiring an agent, and he’s going to be a pretty polarizing prospect. On one hand, he’s a long power forward who has some potential to step away and shoot 3s. On the other hand, he was an inconsistent defender and rebounder this year. He’ll be an option in the second round this year for many teams.

Hiring Agent? Yes

Draft range: Early second round to undrafted

46. Charles Cooke: G, Dayton, 6-5, 192, 21 years old

Scouting Profile: Cooke had a breakout season in his year at Dayton, scoring 15.6 points and grabbing 5.8 rebounds per game while also notching All-Defense honors in the Atlantic-10. Cooke hasn’t necessarily gotten much publicity in terms of the draft this season, but there’s a lot to like here. He is a tremendous athlete who plays hard, has a 7-foot-plus wingspan, and hit 39.9 percent of his 3s this year. Basically, there’s a potential NBA role player here if he can continue to round out his game.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Second round to undrafted

47. Moses Kingsley: PF/C, Arkansas, 6-10, 230, 21 years old

Scouting Profile: Kingsley had a breakout season for Arkansas, averaging 15.9 points and 9.3 rebounds this season for the Razorbacks after being a good per-minute player over his first two years. He still needs some polish on both ends, but his length and athleticism will be intriguing to teams in the second round. Wouldn’t be crazy to see him picked there if he decides to stay in the draft.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Second round to undrafted

48. V.J. Beachem: F, Notre Dame, 6-8, 200, 21 years old

Scouting Profile: Beachem only averaged 10.1 points per game this season at Notre Dame, but he provides some very specific, translatable skills that could lead to him being selected in the draft. The key to those is his ability as a knockdown shooter at 6-8 with a 7-foot wingspan, as Beachem hit 44.4 percent of his near 200 3-point attempts this season. He still needs to round out his game, but combine that singular skill with his athleticism and it’s not crazy to imagine a team taking a second round flier on him.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Second round to undrafted

49. Tyler Dorsey: G, Oregon, 6-4, 180, 20 years old

Scouting Profile: The Greek international is a player scouts are quite familiar with after his All-Tournament performance at the U-19s last year. Dorsey is a combo scoring guard, through and through. He can create his own shot at any time due to solid quickness and ball-handling, plus he’s a good shooter both off the dribble and on the catch. He’s a bit undersized though, and could stand to improve his playmaking ability as a lead guard. He’s not hiring an agent, so it’s possible he could return to Oregon.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Second round to undrafted

50. Malachi Richardson: G, Syracuse, 6-6, 210, 20 years old

Scouting Profile: Richardson made waves this NCAA Tournament for with his penchant for shot-making, especially in victories over Dayton and Virginia. The problem is though that he’s still as streaky as it gets, as he shot 37 percent from the field this season, including a 39 percent mark from inside the 2-point line. Simply put, that’s not good enough, especially when considering the fact that there will be a defensive transition to the next level as well due to playing in Syracuse’s zone. Richardson would have a shot at being a first-rounder next year if he returns and builds off of his NCAA Tournament performances. But based on his game now, I’m not sure there’s enough there to make him a first round pick.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Second round to undrafted

51. Vince Edwards: SF, Purdue, 6-8, 225, 20 years old

Scouting Profile: Edwards is a guy that I expected to take a bit more of a leap than he did this year. At 6-8 with a 7-0 wingspan, terrific passing acumen for a wing, and solid ball skill. He also improved as a shooter this season. But he’s still not quite fully developed in these skills yet, and profiles now as a second rounder. He should probably return to school, given his potential upside.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Second round to undrafted

52. Julian Jacobs: PG, USC, 6-4, 180, 22 years old

Scouting Profile: Jacobs has a shot to be a riser throughout the draft process despite not necessarily being a major factor on boards now. The highly explosive and athletic Jacobs led the Pac-12 in assists this season, and seems tailor made for workout settings. He’s also very intelligent, and figures to interview well. Don’t be surprised if he stays in the draft and sneaks into the second round.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Second round to undrafted

53. Caleb Swanigan: PF, Purdue, 6-9, 250, 19 years old

Scouting Profile: Swanigan had a solid freshman season at Purdue, showcasing his stellar rebounding ability as well as his growing all-around game. He’s continually adding to his perimeter game, and his length is top-notch for the position. If he went into this draft, he’d have a shot to be selected because of that growth he’s shown both in his skill and in his body. The holes are still just a little too big at this point though, and he’d likely be benefitted by returning another year, improving his frame yet again, and continuing to expand his repertoire.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Second round to undrafted

54. Trevon Bluiett: SG/SF, Xavier, 6-6, 208, 21 years old

Scouting Profile: Bluiett has some NBA skills that teams will be interested. For instance, he shot nearly 40 percent from 3 and has a translatable jumper to the next level. He’s also a tough, physical athlete who should interview well. Having said that though, he could raise his stock by returning to school, and would have a shot at being a second round pick.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Second round to undrafted

55. Alec Peters: PF, Valparaiso, 6-9, 225, 21 years old

Scouting Profile: Peters is an interesting stretch-four prospect who has hit 43.3 percent of his 500-plus 3-point attempts over the course of his career. He averaged over 18 points per game this season for the Crusaders, and is a much better athlete than he gets credit for explosively and fluidly. If he has a nice little run of workouts, it wouldn’t be crazy to see him selected in the second round. He’s doing the right thing by keeping his options open though, as it’s probably a bit more likely at this point that he’d go undrafted.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Second round to undrafted

56. James Blackmon Jr.: G, Indiana, 6-4, 195, 21 years old

Scouting Profile: Blackmon is a prolific shooter and scorer, although he’s a bit undersized to play the 2 in the NBA. He has averaged nearly 16 points while shooting over 40 percent from beyond the arc in one-and-a-half years at Indiana. The problems though at this stage are pretty substantial. First off, Blackmon’s coming off of a knee injury that ended his season halfway through. Second, Indiana’s year exploded once he went to the bench, as the infusion of length and defense really helped the Hoosiers on that side of the ball. Blackmon would likely be best off returning to Tom Crean’s program and developing defense before going to the NBA.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Second round to undrafted

57. Tim Quarterman: G, LSU, 6-6, 187, 21 years old

Scouting Profile: Let’s start with the good. Quarterman is a long, versatile wing who can slash, pass the heck out of the ball, and possesses defensive versatility. The problem is that he can’t shoot, his motor runs hot and cold, he wants to have the ball in his hands at all times, and doesn’t make good decisions. Personally, I’m not sure I would pick Quarterman in a four-round NBA draft. But there are some around the NBA who value his ability to do a lot of different things when he’s into the game, and for that reason he’ll have a shot at getting picked in the current two-round iteration.

Hiring Agent? Yes

Draft range: Second round to undrafted

58. Kris Jenkins, 6-6, 240, F, 22 years old, Villanova

Scouting Profile: Jenkins is obviously the king of college basketball right now after making what might be the most iconic shot in NCAA Tournament history to give Villanova the championship over North Carolina. That’s his skill set in a nut shell right now. He’s an undersized stretch-4 who can guard the post and deal with switches on defense, but ultimately is kind of in-between positions and not quite versatile enough on offense. Maybe he’d get picked in the second round, maybe not. But he’d be better off returning to school, continuing to develop his body, and seeing what happens from there.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Early second round to undrafted

59. Amida Brimah: C, Connecticut, 7-0, 235, 22 years old

Scouting Profile: Brimah has been a prospect since Connecticut’s national title win in 2014, but he just hasn’t quite taken the next step in his development yet. He’s a terrific rim protector, but his offensive repertoire isn’t yet where it needs to be. If he stays in the draft, it’s possible he would be selected in the second round.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Second round to undrafted

60. Peter Jok: SG/SF, Iowa, 6-6, 205, 22 years old

Scouting Profile: Jok is coming off of a strong season for an upstart Iowa program, where he earned second-team All-Big Ten honors after averaging 16.1 points per game while shooting 40.2 percent on nearly 200 3-point attempts. Plus, he’s already 22, so why not try to build his stock by declaring and working out, even if he ends up returning?

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Second round to undrafted

61. Marcus Lee: PF, Kentucky, 6-9, 225, 21 years old

Scouting Profile: Lee is part of the Kentucky group that seems to simply be declaring as a part of the new rules. On one hand, Lee is a springy, bouncy athlete who is explosive at the rim and can really move both laterally and in space. However, his offensive game has never totally come along, and his body doesn’t look ready to handle the rigors of the NBA yet. It’d be possible someone would take a second round shot, but undrafted is just as likely. My guess is he’ll return to school.

Hiring Agent? Probable

Draft range: Early second round to undrafted

62. Andrew White: G/F, Nebraska, 6-7, 216, 22 years old

Scouting Profile: White’s a good athlete who had a breakout season in his first year at Nebraska after transferring in from Kansas. The 6-7 small forward scored 16.6 points per game, grabbed nearly six rebounds, and also hit over 41 percent of his 3-point attempts. He needs to keep rounding out his defensive and overall game a bit, but if you squint you can certainly see some potential for an NBA career if he can take that next step.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Second round to undrafted

63. Derrick Jones Jr.: F, UNLV, 6-7, 190, 19 years old

Scouting Profile: Jones might be the most explosive athlete in all of college basketball, capable of rising and dunking on anyone from upwards of 10 feet away. He averaged 11.5 points per game while shooting 59 percent from the field, but he simply doesn’t quite have the ancillary skills yet to play in the NBA, such as ball-handling and shooting. The athleticism might be worth a flier, and his situation at UNLV is uncertain, so he might stay in and it wouldn’t be crazy to see him picked, at least.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Second round to undrafted

64. Brannen Greene: SF, Kansas, 6-7, 215, 21 years old

Scouting Profile: Greene is about as elite a catch-and-shoot player as you’ll find. If you give him an open shot, you can basically count on it going in. Unfortunately, there’s just not much else he brings to the table this point, as he’s a bit slow and not a good defender, rebounder, passer or ball-handler. Tough to see him getting selected.

Hiring Agent? Yes

Draft range: Late second round to undrafted

65. Cameron Oliver: F, Nevada, 6-8, 225, 19 years old

Scouting Profile: Oliver had a terrific season for Nevada as a freshman, averaging over 13 points and nine rebounds per game. It’s not hard to envision him winning a Mountain West player of the year award at some point in the next couple of years if he continues to mature his game, as he can already hit shots from distance as well as out-tough players for rebounds. Definitely a guy who should return, and someone to watch for the future.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Second round to undrafted

66. Stefan Jankovic: PF/C, Hawaii, 6-11, 235, 22 years old

Scouting Profile: The Big West Player of the Year, Jankovic went on to lead Hawaii to a win in the NCAA Tournament this season. He’s an interesting stretch-five who is about as skilled as they come. It seems unlikely his athleticism level will hold up in the NBA though. He seems likely to make a killing overseas.

Hiring Agent? Yes

Draft range: Late second round to undrafted

67. Jalen Moore: F, Utah State, 6-9, 220, 20 years old

Scouting Profile: Moore has averaged 15.1 points in each of the last two seasons, has exactly the size you’re looking for in a wing, and has the ball skill for that size to play at the next level. He needs to become a more consistent jumper, and another weakness is that despite being a fluid athlete, he’s not super explosive. Still though, a team could fall in love with him and select him if he doesn’t return.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Second round to undrafted

68. Devin Williams: PF/C, West Virginia, 6-9, 255, 22 years old

Scouting Profile: Williams averaged 13.3 points and 9.5 rebounds per game this season for a really solid West Virginia team, but those numbers are largely built on the back of a strong opening to the year. During Big 12 play, Williams’ lack of explosiveness showed up and he really struggled to finish inside, shooting only 39 percent from the field as an interior player. It’s hard for me to think that Williams would be selected with the way the NBA is going, I guess weirder things have happened.

Hiring Agent? Yes

Draft range: Late second round to undrafted

69. Mamadou Ndiaye: C, UC Irvine, 7-6, 300, 22 years old

Scouting Profile: Ndiaye moved from being a basketball oddity to a legitimate force inside for Irvine over the course of his three seasons in college. He moves a bit better than you’d think, and his 8-foot-3 wingspan would have to be among the longest in NBA history if he reaches the league. Still, there’s not much in the way of touch around the basket, and his mobility still needs to improve if he wants to play at the next level. A D-League trip might end up playing in his favor and helping him eventually reach his goal.

Hiring Agent? Not yet

Draft range: Second round to undrafted

70. Elijah Brown: SG, New Mexico, 6-4, 200, 21 years old

Scouting Profile: The son of former NBA coach Mike Brown, Elijah has made a name for himself as a terrific, crafty scorer at the college level. He averaged 21.7 points a game last season at New Mexico, and hit nearly 40 percent of his 3-point attempts. The biggest questions are size and defense at this point. If he can prove those things next year, he could become draftable.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Second round to undrafted

71. Mo Watson, Jr.: PG, Creighton, 5-10, 175, 23 years old

Scouting Profile: Generally, I’m a fan of Watson’s game. There aren’t many point guards around that are tougher than he is, and he’s relentless in the energy he shows on the floor in attacking the defense. But he’s already 23, the size is an issue, and his shooting ability is suspect. It seems likely he’d go undrafted right now, but a big senior season in which he led Creighton back to the Big Dance could easily be a springboard to new heights for him.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Second round to undrafted

72. Emmanuel Malou: PF, Iowa State commit/Yuba CC, 6-9, 210, 21 (?) years old

Scouting Profile: Malou is a guy who has been around in basketball circles for a while, but who people generally know very little about. This season, he averaged nearly 15 points per game for his junior college in California before transferring to focus on academics. He’s expected to come into Iowa State and start immediately next season, as he’s known to be able to handle the ball, shoot from distance, and grab rebounds all at 6-9. It’s possible this is far too low of a rating, and it’s possible this is too high. Tough to say at this stage, but he’ll work out for teams and we’ll see where this goes.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Second round to undrafted

73. Nikola Jovanovic: C, USC, 6-11, 235, 22 years old

Scouting Profile: Jovanovic had a solid season for USC, posting 12.1 points and seven rebounds per game while also showcasing a relatively refined post game and solid touch. He might not be quite athletic enough to play in the NBA, but even if he doesn’t he’ll carve out an excellent career overseas.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Late second round to undrafted

74. Jalen Reynolds: PF/C, Xavier, 6-10, 232, 23 years old

Scouting Profile: Reynolds was a candidate for a breakout season in 2016, but instead he was overshadowed by the much steadier James Farr, who rebounded his way into the Musketeers best lineups. Simply, Reynolds has not developed enough on either end consistently beyond having an NBA-ready frame to play in the league at this point. That will be enough to get him workouts, and he’d need to really perform well in those to have a shot to be picked.

Hiring Agent? Yes

Draft range: Late second round to undrafted

75. Rosco Allen: F, Stanford, 6-9, 215, 23 years old

Scouting Profile: Allen is a fluid, versatile player who can shoot, pass, and score the basketball at all three levels. The questions will be whether or not he can improve beyond the level of streaky as a jump shooter, and whether or not he can defend. He probably goes undrafted, but the Hungarian native could play a great role overseas.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Late second round to undrafted

76. Abdul-Malik Abu: PF, NC State, 6-8, 240, 20 years old

Scouting Profile: Abu had a solid season playing second fiddle to Cat Barber, scoring 12.9 points and grabbing 8.8 rebounds per contest. He’s not signing with an agent, so it’s possible he returns. It’s tough to see a circumstance where he gets drafted at this stage of the process.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Late second round to undrafted

77. Zeek Woodley: G, Northwestern State, 6-2, 200, 21 years old

Scouting Profile: Woodley is an extremely interesting player who could be a bit too low here, despite his lack of size. The highly athletic scoring guard with a 45-inch vertical leap averaged 22 points per game last season on 53.1 percent from the field, 40.7 percent from 3, and 88.7 percent from the line. His counting stats are somewhat inflated by the Demons’ uptempo system, but that sort of efficiency isn’t. Woodley could really impress some scouts in this draft and potentially earn his way onto an NBA roster at some point.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Second round to undrafted

78. Antonio Campbell: PF/C, Ohio, 6-10, 260, 21 years old

Scouting Profile: Campbell was the MAC player of the year this season, averaging a double-double at 17.1 points and 10.2 rebounds per game this season at Ohio. Campbell is a smart, big-bodied post player who has a nice little arsenal of post moves as well as a soft touch inside. He also showed the burgeoning ability to shoot 3s this season, knocking down 40.4 percent of his 100-plus 3-point attempts. He’d interest a team in the second round, but could be better off returning given the breadth of players in this draft.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Second round to undrafted

79. Dallas Moore: PG, North Florida, 6-1, 180, 21 years old

Scouting Profile: Moore was the Atlantic Sun Player of the Year in 2016 after averaging 19.8 points and six assists per game this season while also throwing up a great 51.6/39.5/71.1 shooting line. He’s relatively undersized though, and in a fourth year under coach Matthew Driscoll could return the Ospreys to the NCAA Tournament again.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Late second round to undrafted

80. Josh Hawkinson: PF/C, Washington State, 6-10, 232, 21 years old

Scouting Profile: Hawkinson has put up back-to-back monster seasons at Washington State, this time around averaging 15.4 points and 11.1 rebounds per game for the Cougars. He also shot 54 percent from the field this season, and seems to have some potential room for growth with his jump shot. Still, it’s tough to see who he defends in the NBA, limiting his ceiling at the next level.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Late second round to undrafted

81. Kennedy Meeks: C, North Carolina, 6-10, 260, 21 years old

Scouting Profile: Meeks took a slight step back this season as Brice Johnson and Isaiah Hicks stepped up, averaging 9 points per game this season. Meeks’ fit in the NBA has always been precarious even prior to his McDonald’s All-America days due to his game and lack of length. If he can return and really refine his post-game, passing ability, and defense, he’d have a shot. For now though, it’s tough to find a place for him.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Late second round to undrafted

82. Rodney Purvis: SG, Connecticut, 6-4, 205, 22 years old

Scouting Profile: Purvis is testing the waters after averaging nearly 13 points per game as a scorer for UConn with improving efficiency. There’s very little chance he would be drafted, but he’s expected to graduate in the spring and it’s unlikely he’s the kind of player as a non-versatile scorer who could raise his stock into the first round with a huge season next year. This one isn’t just as simple as a draft stock decision, as it might just be worthwhile for him to go pro and start earning money.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Late second round to undrafted

83. Makai Mason: PG, Yale, 6-1, 185, 20 years old

Scouting Profile: Mason burst onto the scene this March with terrific performances against Duke and Baylor in the NCAA Tournament. Over the course of the season, he scored 16 points per game and dished out 3.8 assists.. Maybe with further growth in his game he can become an NBA player, but this would seem to simply be a case of a player taking advantage of new rules allowing him to work out for NBA teams.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Late second round to undrafted

84. Corey Sanders: G, Rutgers, 6-2, 175, G, 19 years old

Scouting Profile: Sanders was maybe the most productive freshman in the Big Ten this season, averaging 15.9 points and 4.3 assists per game for a Rutgers team that really struggled in conference this season. The numbers don’t tell the whole tale though, as the freshman really struggled with his efficiency and probably shouldn’t have had the usage that he did. Still, Sanders has potential to become an NBA player eventually, and should return to school instead of trying his chances in the NBA immediately as he’d likely go undrafted.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Second round to undrafted

85. Ethan Telfair: G, Idaho State, 6-0, 175, 21 years old

Scouting Profile: The brother of former first round pick Sebastian Telfair, Ethan had a breakout season in his first year at Idaho State. The 6-foot guard averaged 20.2 points, 5.4 assists and four rebounds this year in the Big Sky conference, leading the Bengals to their first winning season since 2003. Telfair really struggles to finish inside, but he hit nearly 39 percent of his 3-point attempts and has a tremendous handle. He’ll make money somewhere if he turns pro.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Second round to undrafted

86. Jimmy Hall: PF, Kent State, 6-8, 235, 22 years old

Scouting Profile: Hall has turned his career around after a burglary charge saw him booted from Hofstra. Since then, the young forward with the old-man game has taken the MAC by storm, scoring 16 points and grabbing nearly eight rebounds per game this season. He probably just doesn’t quite have the game for the NBA, but he could make some good money overseas playing if he continues to improve.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Second round to undrafted

87. Marc-Eddy Norelia: PF, Florida Gulf Coast, 6-8, 218, 23 years old

Scouting Profile: The Haitian transfer from Tulane led Florida Gulf Coast to the NCAA Tournament this season, averaging 17.1 points and 9.3 rebounds per game. He’s a good athlete with a 7-3 wingspan, but still relatively undersized as a 6-8 skinny forward. He could return and improve his standing with a big year in the Atlantic Sun under Joe Dooley.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Second round to undrafted

88. Jahmal McMurray: G, South Florida, 6-0, 175, 20 years old

Scouting Profile: McMurray is something of an athletic, inefficient gunner at this stage. On the plus side, he averaged over 15 points per game. On the other hand, he shot 39 percent from the field and didn’t really acquit himself well defensively. Given his age, he should return and further refine his game.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Late second round to undrafted

89. Q.J. Peterson: G, VMI, 6-0, 190, 21 years old

Scouting Profile: Peterson’s a scoring guard who averaged 19.8 points per game for VMI this season. He’s shifty and has improved a lot as a shooter over the years, but he’s still an undersized scoring guard. He plays hard though, fights for rebounds despite his size, and could probably make money somewhere next season if he turns pro.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Late second round to undrafted

90. Ike Iroegbu: G, Washington State, 6-2, 195, 21 years old

Scouting Profile: Iroegbu is an interesting guy, as he’s a good athlete at 6-2 who can get into the lane, finish inside the arc, and create plays for others. He’s also done a pretty nice job of improving his jump shot over his three years in school. It’s unlikely he would be selected in this draft if he decides to stay in, though.

Hiring Agent? Unknown

Draft range: Second round to undrafted

91. Aaron Valdes: G/F, Hawaii, 6-5, 190, G/F, 23 years old

Scouting Profile: Valdes had a solid year at Hawaii, scoring 14.1 points per game. He’s a terrific, explosive athlete who can leap with the best of them. Unfortunately, he’s never really developed as a shooter or as a ball-handler, and is a bit undersized to play the frontcourt. It’s unlikely he’d be selected in the draft.

Hiring Agent? Unknown

Draft range: Second round to undrafted

92. Kareem Canty: G, Auburn, 6-1, 185, 23 years old

Scouting Profile: Full Kareem Canty scouting profile here.

Hiring Agent? Unknown, but likely

Draft range: Later Second round to undrafted

93. Alec Wintering: G, Portland, 5-11, 185, 23 years old

Scouting Profile: Wintering is a little jitterbug of a point guard, capable of breaking down a defense and getting into the lane and knocking down shots from the outside. His 5-11 listed height might be a stretch though, so he’s pretty significantly undersized as it refers to the NBA despite averaging 18.2 points and 4.9 assists at Portland last year.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Later Second round to undrafted

94. Que Johnson: SG, Washington State, 6-5, 208, 23 years old

Scouting Profile: Johnson is already 23 as a redshirt junior, has an NBA body, and knocked down 40.4 percent of his 3s this season. There’s no reason why he shouldn’t declare under the new rules and try to drum up interest both here and abroad. Also worth noting: he’s graduating and will try to transfer if he doesn’t enter the draft.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Late second round to undrafted

95. Chris Obekpa: C, UNLV, 6-9, 240, 22 years old

Scouting Profile: Obekpa sat out the entire season after transferring from St. John’s to UNLV, and seems to just be testing the waters. Then again, the coaching staff that hired him is gone, so who knows. When he was in New York, he was known as one of the best shot-blockers in all of college basketball, but he unfortunately didn’t have much else to his game. Seems unlikely he’d be picked if he stays in, but stranger things have happened.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Late second round to undrafted

96. Ian Baker: G, New Mexico State, 6-0, 180, 23 years old

Scouting Profile: Baker is already quite old as a 23-year-old junior, so it wouldn’t necessarily be crazy to see him keep his name in the draft. He averaged nearly 14 points, 4.6 rebounds and 3.7 assists per game last season, and has the ability to make things happen with his quickness and shooting ability (over 40 percent from 3 over the last two seasons combined). There’s a place professionally for a guy like him.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Late second round to undrafted

97. Beejay Anya: C, NC State, 6-9, 295, 21 years old

Scouting Profile: Anya is a big-bodied big man with a reported 7-9 wingspan, who can occasionally block shots and protect the rim. The problem is inconsistency though, as his lack of conditioning doesn’t allow him to be nearly as effective as he could be. If he stays in the draft, he’ll go unselected.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Late second round to undrafted

98. Deonte Burton: F, Iowa State, 6-4, 240, 22 years old

Scouting Profile: Burton is tough, athletic and physical, and he fit in pretty well in Iowa State’s system last season. Still, he’s a 6-4 forward that doesn’t shoot it particularly well despite his 3-point percentages on low attempt totals, and he can be a bit unpredictable. He’ll have a shot to carve out a nice career in Europe though if he can iron out some of his game.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Late second round to undrafted

99. Tyrell Nelson: F, Gardner Webb, 6-7, 235, 21 years old

Scouting Profile: Nelson averaged 14 points and seven rebounds per game this season, and can do some interesting things due to his physical frame. However, he’s still an undersized forward/center prospect which will make it awfully tough for him to make it in the NBA.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Late second round to undrafted

100. Moustapha Diagne: F/C, Northwest Florida State, 6-9, 235, 20 years old

Scouting Profile: Diagne is a former Syracuse commit who did not qualify academically for hoops as a 2015 recruit, so he instead had to go the junior college route. He scored 10.2 points and grabbed over seven rebounds per game this season in just over 20 minutes of action per. He’s still quite a bit away from being an NBA player though, and would be well served returning to junior college, then transferring to Division I after he gets his degree.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Late second round to undrafted

101. Trevor Thompson: C, Ohio State, 6-11, 250, 22 years old

Scouting Profile: Thompson is big, relatively long, and has showcased athleticism in the past. He also averaged six points and five rebounds a game this season and at times didn’t look all that great in doing so. The process is such that Thompson is certainly not harmed by declaring and testing his stock, but it’s hard to envision him getting good news and staying in the draft.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Second round to undrafted

102. Goodluck Okonoboh: PF/C, UNLV, 6-10, 230, 21 years old

Scouting Profile: Okonoboh declared that he was transferring back in November, never did, and has now decided to enter the draft. Well, good luck. There is a miniscule chance that he will be selected, even though he did average nearly three blocks per game as a freshman last year.

Hiring Agent? Yes

Draft range: Late second round to undrafted

103. Travion Kirkendoll: G, Centenary, 6-3, 192, 19 years old

Scouting Profile: Kirkendoll averaged nearly 20 points and eight rebounds last season at Centenary on his way to being named second team All-Louisiana. The name of the game here is just getting exposure for Kirkendoll more than it is getting drafted. It seems likely he’ll return to school.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Late second round to undrafted

104. Conor Clifford: C, Washington State, 7-0, 269, 22 years old

Scouting Profile: Clifford is a well-traveled big man who averaged 14 minutes per game this season for the Cougars, averaging 6.8 points. He began his career at UC Irvine before moving to a junior college, then back up to the high-major level. The problem is though that as a true 7-footer he doesn’t really rebound or protect the rim in any way. Tough to see him getting drafted.

Hiring Agent? No

Draft range: Late second round to undrafted

105. Tony Anderson: PF, SE Missouri State, 6-9, 230, 19 years old

Scouting Profile: Anderson averaged five points and 2.1 rebounds per game for SEMO this season after playing a couple of prep years at Oak Hill Academy in high school. Anderson has the body and physical profile of a potential mid-major stud, but it’s relatively clear that he’s not going to be picked in this NBA Draft.

Hiring Agent? Yes

Draft range: Second round to undrafted

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