2019 NBA Draft Big Board - The Box and One
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RankFirst NameLast Name
Position
POS rank
College/ Country
AgeHT
Wingspan
PPGRPGAPGSPGBPGTO3 Strengths3 WeaknessesAnalysisPTS40REB40AST40STL40BLK40TO40FG%2FG%3FG%FT%eFG%
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1ZionWilliamsonATH1Duke186'7"6'10"22.68.92.12.11.82.4
Athleticism, multi-positional defense, playmaking
Shooting consistency, over-physicality, off-hand
Williamson might be the greatest collegiate...
30.111.82.72.82.43.268.0%74.7%33.8%64.0%70.8%
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2DariusGarlandPG1Vanderbilt196'2"6'4"16.23.82.60.80.43.0PNR scoring, shooting stroke, quickness
Off-hand, playing thru contact, defensive impact
Garland's draft stock is difficult to assess...
23.35.53.71.20.64.353.7%58.1%47.8%75.0%63.9%
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3RJBarrettW1Duke196'7"6'10"22.67.64.30.90.43.2Scoring potential, size, shooting form
Playmaking IQ, shot selection, off-ball defense
Few players come out of college with as...25.78.64.91.00.53.745.4%52.9%30.8%66.5%50.6%
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4JaMorantPG2Murray State196'3"6'7"24.55.710.01.80.85.2Offensive creation, passing ability, athleticismShot mechanics, off-ball impact, defensive IQ
Morant has risen up draft boards from an...
26.86.211.01.90.95.649.9%55.6%36.3%81.3%55.3%
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5PJWashingtonF1Kentucky206'7"7'3"15.27.61.80.91.22.0Post scoring, defensive upside, motor
Face-up offense, off-ball defense, switchability
Returning to school paid off for Washington...
20.710.42.51.21.72.752.2%54.9%42.3%66.3%56.7%
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6CamReddishW2Duke196'8"7'1"13.53.71.91.60.62.7Shooting, PNR upside, length
Interior finishing, shot selection, defensive impact
Perhaps no player on Duke sacrificed more...
18.15.02.62.10.83.635.6%39.4%33.3%77.2%45.9%
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7GogaBitadzeP1Georgia196'11"-PnR finishing, rim protection, reboundingPhysicality, athleticism, jump shot
Bitadze is a physically imposing big man...
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8JarrettCulverCG1Texas Tech206'5"6'9"18.56.43.71.40.62.7Ball skills, defensive presence, length
Shooting consistency, strength, decision-making
There's a lot of hype about Culver for the top...
22.87.94.61.80.73.346.1%52.6%30.4%70.7%50.5%
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9CobyWhitePG3North Carolina196'4"6'4"16.13.54.11.10.32.7Ball handling, speed, shooting rangeTurnovers, shot selection, defensive upside22.55.05.71.50.43.842.3%50.2%35.2%80.0%51.6%
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10De'AndreHunterF2Virginia216'8"7'2"15.25.12.00.60.61.4Defensive versatility, size, finishingRebounding, 1v1 face-up scoring, alpha gene
The best facet of Hunter's game might be that...
18.86.32.40.70.71.752.0%55.0%43.8%78.3%57.9%
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11SekouDoumbouyaATH2France196'9"6'11"Athleticism, open floor play, defensive upside
Shooting, decision-making, proven experience
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12JaxsonHayesP2Texas196'11"7'1"10.05.00.30.62.20.9Fluidity, defensive instincts, shot selection
Shooting, rebounding impact, offensive upside
If there's one thing this draft lacks, it's high...
17.18.60.513.81.672.8%72.8%-74.0%72.8%
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13RomeoLangfordW3Indiana196'6"6'11'16.55.42.30.80.82.1Length, foul drawing, offensive versatilityShot mechanics, turnovers, defensive impact
Langford is one of a handful of highly-touted...
19.46.32.70.91.02.544.8%53.0%27.2%72.2%49.1%
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14NickeilAlexander-WalkerCG2Virginia Tech206'5"6'9"16.24.14.01.90.52.9Shooting, on-ball defense, passing upsideSeparation, strength, 1v1 creation
NAW is fairly high on my draft board because...
18.94.84.62.20.63.347.4%53.7%37.4%77.8%54.6%
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15JontayPorterP3Missouri206'10"7'0"9.96.82.20.81.71.9Passing, shooting range, rim protectionInjuries, strength, interior finishing
An ACL cost Jontay his sophomore season...
16.111.13.71.42.73.143.7%50.0%36.4%75.0%52.1%
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16TyJeromeCG3Virginia216'5"6'6"13.64.25.51.5-1.7Shooting, positional versatility, passing
Finishing vs. length, athleticism, defensive upside
Jerome is sneakily my favorite draft prospect...
16.05.06.41.8-2.043.5%46.9%39.9%73.6%53.2%
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17NassirLittleW4North Carolina196'6"7'1"9.84.60.60.50.51.3Athleticism, interior finishing, lengthPolish, shooting consistency, help defense21.510.11.41.21.22.948.0%52.9%26.9%77.0%50.5%
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18NicClaxtonP4Georgia206'11"7'3"13.08.61.81.12.52.1Switchability, rim protection, reboundingShooting polish, offensive upside, turnovers
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19BrandonClarkeATH3Gonzaga226'8"6'9"16.98.61.91.23.11.5On-ball defense, rim protection, athleticismShooting upside, age, offensive impact
Clarke will be 23 before he plays in a true...
24.112.22.71.74.42.268.7%70.5%26.7%69.4%69.3%
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20MatisseThybulleW5Washington226'5"7'0"9.13.12.13.52.21.8Length, defensive impact, finishingOffensive upside, shooting range, age11.74.02.84.52.82.441.5%55.5%30.5%85.1%50.0%
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21TylerHerroCG4Kentucky196'5"6'5"14.04.52.51.10.31.6Shooting, offensive movement, clutch geneAthleticism, first step, on-ball defense17.25.53.01.30.42.046.2%53.8%35.5%93.5%53.6%
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22RuiHachimuraP6Gonzaga216'8"7'2"19.76.51.50.90.71.8Interior scoring, ball handling, length
Defensive impact, rebounding, shooting range
26.18.62.01.31.02.459.1%60.6%41.7%73.9%60.8%
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23GrantWilliamsF3Tennessee206'7"6'11"18.87.53.21.52.22.2Interior scoring, strength, offensive versatilityPerimeter defense, turnovers, athleticism23.69.44.01.41.92.856.4%59.3%32.6%81.9%58.2%
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24BolBolP5Oregon197'2"7'8"21.09.61.00.82.72.0Defensive potential, size, shooting abilityPNR defense, injury history, body frame
The physical characteristics jump out at you...
28.212.81.31.03.62.756.1%57.0%52.0%75.7%61.0%
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25TalenHorton-TuckerATH4Iowa State196'4"6'7"11.84.92.31.30.71.7Finishing, shooting form, versatilitySize, interior defense, athleticism17.47.13.41.91.02.540.6%47.5%30.8%62.5%47.0%
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26EricPaschallATH5Villanova226'6"6'11"16.56.12.10.70.52.3Shooting, strength, defensive versatilityAthleticism, age, upside
Paschall strikes me as the typical glue guy...
18.36.82.40.80.52.544.7%53.2%34.8%74.6%52.8%
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27ChumaOkekeATH6Auburn206'8"6'11"12.06.81.91.81.2Stretch potential, energy, defensive versatilityPositional fit, injury history, size
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28LukaSamanicF4Croatia196'10"6'10"
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29KevinPorterCG5USC196'6"6'9"9.54.01.40.80.51.91v1 scoring, shooting consistency, length
Character, shot selection, defensive engagement
Erratic might be the most fitting word to...
17.27.22.61.50.93.447.1%51.7%41.2%52.2%56.1%
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30AdamMokokaW6France206'5"-
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31IsaiahRobyF5Nebraska216'8"7'1"
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32AdmiralSchofieldATH7Tennessee226'5"6'10"16.56.12.00.90.51.9Versatility, shooting, IQCreation, drawing contact, defensive impact
Schofield is an inside-outside scoring threat...
20.87.72.61.10.62.447.4%50.5%41.8%69.8%54.8%
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33MfionduKabengeleP7Florida State216'10"7'3"
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34KZOkpalaF6Stanford206'8"7'2"16.95.72.01.00.52.9Length, finishing, first stepShot fluidity, passing, off-hand
Okpala is the prototypical frontcourt athlete...
20.77.02.41.20.63.546.5%49.3%37.5%67.1%51.0%
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35DylanWindlerW7Belmont226'7"6'10"21.310.82.51.40.6Rebounding
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36LouisKingW8Oregon6'9"7'1"13.55.51.30.90.22.1Shooting, length, rebounding1v1 scoring, consistency, defensive impact17.77.31.71.10.32.743.5%47.6%38.6%78.5%52.2%
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37DeividasSirvydisW9Lithuania
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38BrunoFernandoP8Maryland206'10"7'4"13.610.62.00.61.92.8Size, stretch shooting, passing upside18.114.22.70.92.53.760.7%61.8%30.0%77.9%61.2%
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39IgnasBrazdeikasF7Michigan206'7"6'7"14.85.40.80.70.51.2Shooting, strength, offensive versatility
Mid-range, lateral quickness, defensive impact
20.07.31.10.90.71.746.2%50.0%39.2%77.3%53.1%
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40JoshuaObiesiePG4Germany196'6"-
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41DaQuanJeffriesATH8Tulsa216'5"6'11"
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42CarsenEdwardsCG6Purdue216'1"6'5"24.33.62.91.30.33.127.44.13.31.50.33.539.3%43.8%35.5%83.7%48.9%
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43JalenLecqueCG7Brewster Acad.
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44CharlesMatthewsW10Michigan226'5"6'10"
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45RobertFranksF8
Washington State
6'7"7'2"
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46TerenceDavisCG8Mississippi6'4"6'9"
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47KeldonJohnsonW11Kentucky6'6"6'9"13.55.91.60.80.21.6
Rebounding, shooting upside, attacking closeouts
Defensive impact, finishing, IQ17.67.62.11.00.22.146.3%50.0%38.1%70.3%52.3%
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48JalenMcDanielsF9
San Diego State
6'10"7'1"15.98.32.11.10.52.4Rebounding, athleticism, lengthRim protection, shooting consistency, IQ20.510.72.71.40.63.146.6%49.5%32.0%73.2%49.2%
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49CameronJohnsonW12North Carolina236'8"6'10"16.95.82.41.20.3Age
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50DanielGaffordP9Arkansas6'11"7'2"16.98.70.70.92.0Length, defensive versatility, drawing foulsOffensive polish, 1v1 post defense, shooting
Gafford made a mistake returning to school...
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51LuguentzDortCG9Arizona State6'6"6'9"16.14.32.31.50.2Athleticism, PNR scoring, defensive upside
Defensive effort, shooting consistency, passing
A 6'6" guard with a 6'9" wingspan, Dort looks...
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52TackoFallP10UCF7'7"8'2"
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53JordanBonePG5Tennessee6'2"6'3"
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54MarialShayokCG10Iowa State
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55JustinWright-ForemanPG6HofstraScoring
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56AmineNouaCG11France
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57ShamoriePondsPG7St. John's6'1"6'2"Scoring
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58DeanWadeF10Kansas State6'10"
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59YovelZoosmanW13Israel216'7"6'9"
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60QuinndaryWitherspoonW14
Mississippi State
6'4"6'9"
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61CalebMartinFNevada6'7"6'10"
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62JustinRobinsonPGVirginia Tech
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63JaylenHoardFWake Forest6'9"7'1"
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64DariusBazleyATHG-League
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65AmirCoffeyATHMinnesota
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66AubreyDawkinsCGUCF246'6"6'8"
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67TremontWatersPGLSU
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68TerrenceMannWFlorida State
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69TyreseHaliburtonWIowa State
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70MiyeOniATHYale
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71CodyMartinFNevada6'7"6'10"
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72NazReidPLSU6'10"7'1"13.67.20.90.70.7Stretch shooting, NBA body, power finishingPNR Defense, driving, footworkReid has all the attributes on paper of a...
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73JordanPooleCGMichigan
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74JaredHarperPGAuburn
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75JarreyFosterFSMU6'6"7'0"
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76JamesPalmerWNebraska
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77LindellWiggintonPGIowa State6'2"6'4"
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78KyBowmanPGBoston College6'1"19.07.54.01.40.6Scoring
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79JohnKoncharWIPFW
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80HenriDrellWEstonia
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81DedricLawsonFKansas6'9"7'3"
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82TyusBattleATHSyracuse6'6"6'8"
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83SagabaKonateATHWest Virginia6'8"7'0"Shot blocking, length, athleticism
Finishing, shooting consistency, offensive impact
Konate had a strange path getting to the...
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84MaxStrussWDePaul
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85KennyWootenPOregon
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86DevontaeCacokP
UNC-Wilmington
6'7"Rebounding, motor, finishing at the rimSize, playmaking, defensive impact
Cacok has one of the highest motors in all...
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87LageraldVickCGKansas6'5"
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88KrisWilkesWUCLA6'8"6'11"
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89MarkisMcDuffieFWichita State6'8"
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90ZylanCheathamFArizona State
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91JuwanMorganFIndiana
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92JaylenNowellCGWashington
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93AricHolmanP
Mississippi State
6'10"7'2"
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94SimiShittuPVanderbilt6'10"7'1"
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95KyleGuyCGVirginia
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96KerwinRoachPGTexas
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97MattMorganCGCornell6'2"22.24.53.01.40.3
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98BrandonRandolphCGArizona12.43.31.00.70.31v1 scoring, length, athleticismPassing, shooting range, defensive IQ
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99MilikYarbroughWIllinois State
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