2019 2nd Round

#TeamPlayerUpdated 6/20/19 4:08pm ptComp
31
Nets*
Chuma Okeke
SF – HT: 6-8 – WT: 235 – WING: NA – FROM: Auburn – So. – A versatile combo forward who can stretch the floor and defend all over the court. The knee injury might knock him down a few spots but he could still go in round 1 or early round 2. No combine measurements.
Noah Vonleh
32Pacers (from Suns)Matisse ThybulleSF – HT: 6-6 – WT: 195 – WING: 7-0 – FROM: Washington – Sr. – One of the best all around defenders to enter the League in years. Just needs to be able to hit the open 3 and polish up his ball handling to have a chance to earn minutes.
Andre Roberson
3376ers*Ty JeromeSG – HT: 6-5 1/2- WT: 194 – WING: 6-4 – FROM: Virginia – Jr. – A sweet shooter who doesn’t have ideal athleticism but knows how to space the floor and find his shot. Plays an efficient game and really knows how to pass the rock.
Alec Burks
34
76ers*
Jaylen HoardSF – HT: 6-9 – WT: 212 – WING: 7-0 3/4- FROM: Wake Forest (France) – A versatile combo forward who plays a complete game. Has great length, plays with a good motor and shows flashes of first round talent.
Moe Harkless
35HawksAdmiral SchofieldSG – HT: 6-5 1/4- WT: 240 – WING: 6-9 3/4 – FROM: Tennessee – Sr. – An NBA level athlete with an improved all around game and developing three point shot.
Morris Almond, Justin Anderson
36
Hornets
Daniel GaffordC – HT: 6-10 1/2- WT: 237 – WING: 7-2 1/4- FROM: Arkansas – So. 
37
Mavs
SF – HT: 6-4 – WT: 235 – WING: 7-1 1/4- FROM: Iowa State – Fr. – Talen is a polarizing prospect but he’s got big upside with his wing-scoring/slashing ability. He’s young for his class with plenty of room to grow his game.
better Keith Bogens
38
Bulls
Dylan WindlerSF – HT: 6-7 1/2- WT: 196 – WING: 6-10 – FROM: Belmont – Sr. – Windler hasn’t gotten a ton of hype but he’s got a mature game and can really stroke the 3.
Eric Piatkowski
39
Pelicans
Nazreon ReidPF – HT: 6-9 1/2- WT: 256 – WING: 7-3 1/4 – FROM: LSU – Fr. – Reid is a big, strong, old school forward with a high skill level and slick ball handling ability. A very heady player who can really pass the ball for a big.
Nene
40
Kings*
Eric PaschallSF – HT: 6-7 /14 – WT: 254 – WING: 6-11 3/4 – FROM: Villanova – Sr. – Paschall is a steady contributor and team first player who can hit the outside shot. He looks the part of a glue-guy at the next level.
Kenny Thomas with a 3
41Warriors (from Hawks)Alen SmailagicPF – HT: 6-10 – WT: 215 – WING: NA- FROM: Serbia – Smailagic showed a lot of promise in his time with the Santa Cruz Warriors and should hear his name called mid second round.
4276ersLouis KingSF – HT: 6-8 – WT: 195 -WING: 7-0 1/4- FROM: Oregon – Fr. – A fast rising prospect with nice length and athleticism, who can really score the ball. Scores from three levels and has ideal NBA size on the wing. Past injuries are a bit of a concern.
Jeff Green/Caron Butler
43T-WolvesCarsen EdwardsPG – HT: 6-0 1/4- WT: 199 -WING: 6-6 – FROM: Purdue – Jr. – A scoring PG who is a gamer, plays with great energy and has a sweet shooting stroke. Plays bigger than his size.
Isaiah Thomas
44
Heat (from Hawks)
Miye OniSF – HT: 6-5 3/4- WT: 205 – WING: 6-10 3/4- FROM: Yale. – Jr. – An athlete with an emerging game and big time natural ability. 
45
Pistons
Luguentz Dort
SG – HT: 6-4 1/4- WT: 222 – WING: 6-8 1/2 FROM: – Arizona State (Canada) – Fr.
Dort is a very strong and compact wing who plays with a ton of intensity. Excels at attacking the paint and using his strength to score around the rim.
Keith Bogans+ Lance
46
Magic
Tacko FallC – HT: 7-7 – WT: 288 – WING: 8-2 1/4- FROM: UCF – Sr. – Fall would be the biggest player in the NBA. He’s a long shot but he’ll get a look. Could develop into a back-up center in time.
Pavel Podkolzin, Boban
47
Kings
Joshua Obiesie
PG – HT: 6-6 – WT: 190 – WING: 6-6 – FROM: Germany – Int.
PG/CG with nice size and a developing game. Raw but with intriguing upside. Could be a draft and stash guy.
48ClippersKenny WootenPF – HT: 6-9 – WT: 210 – WING: 7-2 – FROM: Oregon – So. – Athletic and bouncy power forward with great defensive instincts. A big time athlete, even by NBA standards. His skills are raw and his game is young but his upside is very intriguing.
Jordan Bell, Stromile
49
Spurs
Deividas SirvydisSF – HT: 6-8 – WT: 195 – WING: 6-7 1/2- FROM: Lithuania – Int. – A smooth lefty scorer who can handle the rock and stroke it from outside.
Dzanan Musa
50
Pacers
Jalen McDanielsPF – HT: 6-9 3/4- WT: 192 – WING: 7-0 1/2 – FROM: San Diego St. – So. – A very long and intriguing forward who doesn’t blow you away with one skill but just knows how to play, and has a lot of athletic upside as well. Plays a smooth and efficient game.
D.J. Wilson, Jonathan Isaac
51
Celtics
Ky Bowman
PG – HT: 6-2 1/4- WT: 181 – WING: 6-7 – FROM: Boston College – Jr.
An aggressive combo guard who plays with attitude and a lot of effort. Can score, penetrate the lane and set the table for teammates.
D.J. Augustine
52HornetsPG – HT: 6-4 1/4- WT: 185 – WING: 6-8 1/2 – FROM: USA – HS5. – An explosive athlete at the PG position who is unpolished but has unique upside. If he can put it all together he has a chance to be special.
if Derrick Jones Jr. was a PG
53JazzDewan HernandezPF – HT: 6-10 1/4 – WT: 232 – WING: 7-1 3/4- FROM: Miami – So. – (Formerly Dewan Huell) A big, fluid athlete who is raw but shows flashes of upside. Needs to gain a jump shot to have value at the NBA level.
5476ers
Marial Shayok
SG – HT: 6-5 1/2 – WT: 196 – WING: 7-0 1/4 – FROM: Iowa State – Sr. – A steady senior who can really shoot the rock. Has nice size for the position and exceptional length.
55
Knicks
Terence Davis
SG – HT: 6-4 – WT: 201 – WING: NA – FROM: Miss. – Sr. – Has an NBA ready game. Could hear his name called in round 2 or get a long look in training camp as an undrafted guy.
56ClippersTremont Waters
PG – HT: 5-10 3/4- WT: 172 – WING: 6/2 1/4 – FROM: LSU – So.
Undersized but uses his low center of gravity to his advantage. Can turn the corner on almost anyone and scores in bunches.
Speedy Claxton
57HawksTerance MannSF – HT: 6-6 1/2 – WT: 204 – WING: 6-7 3/4 – FROM: Florida St. – Sr. – A hard working forward who impacts all aspects of the game.John Salmons
58
Warriors
Jaylen NowellSG – HT: 6-4 1/4 – WT: 202 – WING: 6-7 1/4 – FROM: Washington – So. – Nowell had a huge sophomore season and will be rising up draft boards. His 44% 3pt shooting combined with a nice all around game will be enticing to NBA teams.
Rashad McCants
59RaptorsJordan BonePG – HT: 6-2 3/4- WT: 179 -WING: 6-3 1/4- FROM: Tennessee – Jr. – A solid prospect who might have to work his way through the G League before getting his NBA shot.
60
Kings
Adam Mokoka
SG – HT: 6-5 – WT: 210 – WING: NA – FROM: France – Int.98 – A big guard with good defensive traits and an NBA frame. Possible draft and stash.
61bubble:
DaQuan Jeffries
SG – HT: 6-5 – WT: 215 – WING: 6-11 1/4- FROM: Tulsa – An upside athlete with length and good defensive instincts. A guy to develop. 
62 Robert Franks
SF – HT: 6-9 – WT: 225 – WING: NA – FROM: Washington St. – Sr.
– Franks has developed into a knock down three point shooter and a talented all around scorer who has hit 40% of his 3’s in back to back seasons.
Tracy Murray
63 Zylan CheathamPF – HT: 6-8 – WT: 220 – WING: NA – FROM: Arizona St. – Sr. – A new-age PF, undersized but mobile and versatile on D. 
64 Kyle GuySG -HT: 6-2 1/4- WT: 168 – WING: 6-4 1/2 – FROM: Virginia – Jr. – An undersized 3pt marksman with a lightening quick release. Can he develop lead guard skills?
John Paxton
65 Kris WilkesSF – HT: 6-7 3/4- WT: 209 – WING: 6-10 3/4 – FROM: UCLA – So. – A good open court athlete and advanced mid-range scorer. Has a silky smooth offensive game, a quick, high release on his jumper and nice length/size for the position. Lacks ideal foot-speed.
Kris Middleton
66 
Tyus Battle
SG – HT: 6-6 3/4- WT: 200 – WING: NA – FROM: Syracuse – Jr. – A nice 1 on 1 scorer who can get to the rim and score from mid range but doesn’t move the ball well and will have to develop into a better defender if he wants to stick in the League. 
67 Shamorie PondsPG – HT: 6-0 1/2- WT: 180 -WING: 6-3 1/2- FROM: St. Johns – Jr.– A score first guard who is streaky from downtown. Will get a look in the second round or as an un-drafted free agent. 
68 Moses BrownC – HT: 7-1 – WT: 227 – WING: 7-4 – FROM: UCLA – Fr. – A big center with impressive size/skill combo and is beginning to fill out his frame. Lacks a consistent post game and might not have the foot-speed for the modern NBA.
Jerome Jordan, Loren Woods
69 
Dedric Lawson
PF – HT: 6-8 1/2- WT: 233 – WING: 7-2 1/4 – FROM: Kansas – Jr. – A talented combo forward who needs to shoot the three ball better if he’s going to make the League. 
70 Chris Clemons
PG – HT: 5-9 – WT: 180 – WING: NA – FROM: Campbell – Sr.
Pint sized but can ball out. Clemons is a quick, penetrating pg who can get his own shot.
 
71 Chris SilvaC – HT: 6-9 – WT: 234 – WING: NA – FROM: South Carolina– Sr. – A solid big man who controls the paint and defends at a high level. 1on1 interview – 1on1 Interview 
72 Cody MartinSG – HT: 6-5.5 – WT: 192 – WING: 6-10 1/4- FROM: Nevada – Sr. – An athletic combo guard who isn’t afraid to mix it up. 
73 SG – HT: 6-5 – WT: 220 – WING: 7-0 – FROM: Belgium – Int. – A rock solid athlete who is a great defender and high IQ player. Isn’t a run/jump athlete but he’s a gamer who brings it every time out. Has been slowed by injuries.
Malcolm Brogdon
74 Jaylen HandsPG – HT: 6-3 – WT: 180 – WING: 6-5 1/2- FROM: UCLA – So. – Hands is a big time athlete and great dunker at the PG position. He’s been shooting the 3 ball well and showing a lot of confidence in his game.
Keyon Dooling
75 PG – HT: 6-4 – WT: 180 – WING: 6-5 – FROM: Texas – Sr.
Toby Bailey, Archie Goodwin
76 
Amir Hinton
SG – HT: 6-5 – WT: 195 – WING: NA – FROM: Shaw – Jr. – A D2 prospect who’s declared for the draft after his junior year. He’s got nice athleticism and a scorer’s mentality. 
77 Simisola ShittuPF– HT: 6-10 – WT: 225 – WING: 7-0 – FROM: Vanderbilt (Canada) – Fr. – A long and fluid athlete who excels in transition and has a lot of upside. A disappointing Freshman season has him falling down draft boards.
poor man’s Donyell Marshall
78 
Charles Matthews
SG – HT: 6-6 1/4 – WT: 195 – WING: 6-9 1/2- FROM: Michigan – Sr. – Has ideal size but struggles to shoot the ball. A below average 3 point shooter and a very poor free throw shooter. But has some upside as an athlete with a chance to develop his outside shot. Torn ACL in predraft workouts. 
79 Aric HolmanPF – HT: 6-10 – WT: 225 – WING: NA – FROM: Miss. State – Sr. – An intriguing prospect who hits a high percentage from the floor, blocks shots and has shown the ability to hit the 3 pointer.
JaJuan Johnson
80 
Jordan Poole
SG – HT: 6-4 – WT: 190 – WING: NA – FROM: Michigan – So. – A well built SG prospect who shows flashes. Could’ve used another year in school. 
81 Ethan HappPF – HT: 6-10 – WT: 235 – WING: NA – FROM: Wisconsin – Sr. – Skilled and versatile on the offensive end but isn’t an NBA level athlete. Lacks length and isn’t explosive around the rim. 
82 Jontay PorterPF – HT: 6-11 – WT: 240 – WING: 7-0 1/4 – FROM: Missouri – So. – Another unfortunate ACL tear leaves Porter’s draft prospects in doubt. He’ll get a chance to rehab with an NBA or G League team and hopefully get back to health. 1on1 Interview
Markieff, Drew Gooden
83 
C.J. Massinburg
SG – HT: 6-3 – WT: 194 – WING: NA – FROM: Buffalo – Sr. – A polished scorer and facilitator with a pro ready game. 
84 
Jeremiah Martin
SG – HT: 6-3 – WT: 185 – WING: NA – FROM: Memphis – Sr. – An undersized SG who can really fill it up. Could get a look to fill the bench scorer role. 
85 
Zach Norvell Jr.
SG – HT: 6-5 1/2- WT: 206 – WING: 6-6 – FROM: Gonzaga – So. – A rock solid scoring guard who is built like a tank and plays like one too. Has excellent scoring instincts and knows how to use his frame to score in the lane.
Jordan Clarkson
86 Matur MakerPF – HT: 6-10 – WT: 205 – WING: 7-3 – FROM: Australia – HS5. – Younger brother of Thon, has good length and a nice skill level but is still growing into his frame. Has upside but could take some time to develop.
stronger Jonathan Bender
87 Filipe dos AnjosC – HT: 7-2 – WT: 252 – WING: 7-4 – FROM: Brazil – Int. – An intriguing prospect due to his great size, length and low post scoring ability. A throwback center who could find a role in the League.Todd MacCulloch
88 Aubrey DawkinsSG – HT: 6-6 – WT: 205 – WING: NA – FROM: UCF – Jr. – Dawkins burst onto the national scene with the big game against Duke. He’s got nice SG size and a silky J.
Rashad Vaughn
89 O’Shae BrissettSF – HT: 6-8 – WT: 210 – WING: 6-11 – FROM: Syracuse (Canada) – So. – A strong and versatile wing who excels at rebounding, defending and making hustle plays. Has a nose for the basket, can really score the ball and is a long and fluid athlete.
Walt Williams
90 
Quinndary Weatherspoon
SG – HT: 6-4 /14 – WT: 206 – WING: 6-9 – FROM: Miss. State – A combo guard who shows some flashes. Has good tools to work with and projects as a developmental type of prospect and possible G League player. 
91 
Brian Bowen II
SF – HT: 6-7 1/2 – WT: 200 – WING: 6-10 – FROM: Sydney Kings via USA – Bowen is a versatile and talented forward who plays with an edge. He’s got the tools to work with. 
92 Josh SharmaC – HT: 7-0 – WT: 230 – WING: NA – FROM: Stanford – Sr. – An under the radar prospect who fits the role of an off the bench rim runner, hustle player and glue guy.
Matt Geiger
93 PF – HT: 6-10 – WT: 230 – WING: NA – FROM: USC – Sr. – A knockdown three point shooter with nice size but has struggled to stay healthy. 
94 Sagaba KonatePF – HT: 6-8 – WT: 260 – WING: NA – FROM: West Virginia – When healthy Konate is a force in the defensive paint. He’ll get a look in a NBA camp. 
95 Luke MayeSF – HT: 6-8 – WT: 240 – WING: NA – FROM: UNC – Sr. – An outstanding 3 point shooter with a good feel for the game but limited upside. A surprisingly poor free throw shooter. 
96 Jared Harper
PG – HT: 5-11 – WT: 169 – WING: 6-5 1/2- FROM: Auburn
Pint sized but talented, with a mature game. The 6-5 wingspan helps.
 
97 Fletcher Magee
SG – HT: 6-4 – WT: 193 – WING: NA – FROM: Wofford – Sr.
One of the best shooters in college basketball, Magee is lethal from thee point land and from the FT line. He’s not a big time athlete but has enough size to get by and his shooting ability could get him drafted.
 
98 Ignas BrazdeikisSF – HT: 6-7 – WT: 215 – WING: NA – FROM: Michigan (Canada) – Fr. – A smart, talented and hard-working forward who hits big shots, moves well without the ball and plays a hard-nosed style.almost Joe Ingles
99 Tyler CookPF – HT: 6-8 – WT: 245 – WING: NA – FROM: Iowa – Jr. 
100 Ebuka IzunduC – HT: 6-10 – WT: 231 – WING: NA – FROM: Miami – Sr. – A sleeper who is just starting to put it all together and make his big presence felt on the court. A unique athlete with strength and a lot of bounce. 
101 Yovel ZoosmanSF – HT: 6-7 – WT: 200 – WING: NA – FROM: Isreal 
102 Justin Robinson
PG – HT: 6-2 – WT: 195 – WING: NA – FROM: Virginia Tech – Sr.
A team-first, pass-first ball handler who could develop into a back up in the League.
 
103 
Lagerald Vick
SG – HT: 6-5 – WT: 190 – WING: NA – FROM: Kansas – Sr. – Vick has developed into a lights out three point shooter and has an improved all around game. 
104 Jessie GovanC – HT: 6-11 – WT: 260 – WING: 7-4 – FROM: Georgetown – Sr. – Built like a rock and shows some flashes of upside. 
105 Donta HallPF – HT: 6-9 – WT: 230 – WING: NA – FROM: Alabama – Sr. – A defensive-minded center who moves his feet well and has length. Limited offensively. 
106 Nick WardPF – HT: 6-8 – WT: 240 – WING: 7-2 – FROM: Michigan State – Jr. – A bruiser who knows how to play with position and use his frame. A 1990’s second rounder who might not have the speed or shooting ability to get drafted in today’s NBA. 

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