2021 2nd Round

1-2TeamPlayerUpdated 7/29/21, 4:47pm PTComp
31Bucks (from Rockets) Quentin GrimesSG – Houston – HT: 6-5 1/4 – WT: 210 – WING: 6-8 – Jr – Grimes is a powerful combo guard who has broad shoulders and plays with a lot of speed and bounce. Is moving up in the post season/draft process.Frank Williams+
32Knicks (from Pistons)Ayo DosunmuPG – Illinois – HT: 6-5 – WT: 194 – WING: 6-10 1/4 – Jr – A big and talented lead guard with great handles and creative shot-making ability. Can play on or off the ball. 1on1 interviewJrue lite
33MagicIsaiah ToddPF – G League Ignite – HT: 6-10 – WT: 219 – WING: 7-1 1/4 – Fr – Todd is a silky smooth PF who plays a finesse game. He can shoot it with range and has a nice high release point. He can take his man off the bounce and use his mobility to blow by defenders.Chris Bosh, Robert Horry
34Pelicans (from Cavs)JT ThorPF – Auburn – HT: 6-9 1/4- WT: 203 – WING: 7-3 1/4 – Fr – Thor is a high level athlete with a great frame and intriguing upside. He measured with a ridiculous 7-3 1/4 wingspan at the combine. He’s years away from being a finished product but has great tools to work with and a chance to be special. ArticleAminu
35ThunderJeremiah Robinson-Earl PF – Villanova – HT: 6-9 – WT: 242 – WING: 6-9 3/4 – So – A talented PF with good ball skills, smooth handles and a soft touch. Doesn’t have great length but is a multi-talented player with high BBIQ. Measured a solid 6-9 in shoes at the combine.David West
36Thunder (from Wolves)Joe WieskampSG – Iowa – HT: 6-7 1/4 – WT: 205 – WING: 6-11 – Jr – One of the best shooters in the draft. Has NBA size and fits the role of a 3pt sniper. Measured really well at the combine.Duncan Robinson
37Hornets (from Raptors)Herb JonesSF – Alabama – HT: 6-7 3/4- WT: 206 – WING: 7-0 1/4- Sr – A defensive standout with NBA athleticism but limited on the offensive end. Has good long term potential but might take a few years. Finney-Smith
38BullsJosh Christopher SG – Arizona State – HT: 6-4 1/2 – WT: 215 – WING: 6-9 1/4 – Fr – A big guard who can score from three levels and loves to get his own shot. Polished.Buddy Heild, Swaggy P.
39KingsVrenz BleijenberghSF – Antwerp (Belgium) – HT: 6-10 – WT: NA – WING: NA – Int00 – Vrenz is an intriguing prospect due to his great ball handling and passing skills at 6-10. He moves well for his size and fits the modern game.
40Grizzlies (from Pelicans)Aaron HenrySG – Michigan State – HT: 6-6 – WT: 210 – WING: 6-10 3/4 – Jr – An NBA level athlete and stand-out defender who needs to continue to develop his handles and outside shot.
41SpursBrandon Boston Jr. SF – Kentucky – HT: 6-7 – WT: 188 – WING: 6-10 3/4 – Fr – Boston had a rough season shooting the ball and didn’t look ready to jump to the league, but all the tools and talent is still there and he could develop into a solid NBA player in time.Jeremy Lamb
42Pistons (from Hornets)Charles BasseyC – Western Kentucky (Nigeria) – HT: 6-10 1/4- WT: 230 – WING: 7-3 – Jr – Bassey is back from injury and picking up right where he left off, rebounding and blocking shots at a high level.Clint Capela, Bismack Biyombo
43Pelicans (from Wizards)Joel AyayiPG – Gonzaga (France) – HT: 6-5 – WT: 180 – WING: NA – Jr – A big combo guard who plays the game the right way and should be able to contribute early. Has solid athleticism, ideal size for position and is a playmaker who can also hit the 3pt shot.
44Nets (from Pacers)Filip PetrusevC – Mega Bemax (Serbia) – HT: 6-11 – WT: 225 – WING: NA – Int.00 – Petrusev is a fundamentally sound center who can stretch the floor. Doesn’t have the quickest feet on D.Channing Frye
45CelticsRokas JokubaitisPG – Zalgiris (Lithuania) – HT: 6-4 – WT: 194 – WING: NA – Int.00 – A lefty combo-guard who excels at scoring the ball and can run the offense as well.
46Raptors (from Grizzlies)Neemias QuetaC – Utah St. (Portugal) – HT: 7-0 1/2 – WT: 248 – WING: 7-4 – Jr – An intriguing long term prospect who is a high level rebounder and shot blocker with NBA size.Eric Dampier
47Raptors (from Warriors)Amar SyllaPF – Oostende (Senegal) – HT: 6-9 – WT: 195 – WING: 7-2 1/2 – Int01 – Sylla is a super long, wiry forward with intriguing long-term upside. He has a chance to be a great defender and shows flashes of open court ball-handling and play-making ability.Pascal Siakam 2.0
48Hawks (from Heat)Kessler EdwardsSF – Pepperdine – HT: 6-8 – WT: 203 – WING: 6-11 1/4 – Jr – A versatile combo forward with a developing perimeter game and high level defense who will be able to hold his own defensively from day 1.
49Nets (from Hawks)Duane Washington Jr.PG – Ohio State – HT: 6-3 – WT: 210 – WING: 6-7 3/4 – Jr – A crafty ball handler with nice change of speed and ability to get into the lane. Has had a great draft season/combine.
5076ers (from Knicks) – An intriguing small school prospect who blocks shots and can stroke the 3 ball. –
51GrizzliesFeron HuntPF – SMU – HT: 6-8 – WT: 195 – WING: NA – Jr – A wiry and athletic forward who is unpolished but has all the makings of a NBA player.Isaiah Roby
52PistonsJason PrestonPG – Ohio – HT: 6-4 – WT: 180 – WING: 6-8 1/2- Jr – A true PG with great vision and pace. Has NBA size and an uncanny feel for the game but lacks athleticism. –
5376ers (from Mavs)Austin ReavesSG – Oklahoma – HT: 6-5 – WT: 197 – WING: 6-6 1/4- Sr – Loves to get to the mid range and knows how to find his shot. Not great from 3pt land and lacks top end speed but has uncanny scoring ability.
54Pacers (from Bucks)Chris SmithSF – UCLA – HT: 6-9 – WT: 215 – WING: NA – Sr – A plus athlete who has some upside as a defender and transition player. Recovering from a torn ACL (January, 2021).Trevor Ariza
55Thunder (from Nuggets)Sandro Mamukela-shviliC – Seton Hall – HT: 6-10 – WT: 240 – WING: 7-1 1/4- Sr – A talented big who can space the floor and looks like a solid role-playing center at the next level.
56Hornets (from Clippers)Greg BrownPF – Texas – HT: 6-8 1/2- WT: 206 – WING: 7-0 1/4 – Fr – Brown has elite tools and natural ability but needs to develop his feel for the game. His upside is tantalizing but he’s got a long ways to go to be NBA ready. 1on1 InterviewDarius Bazley, Derrick Jones Jr.
57Pistons (from Nets)RaiQuan GrayPF – Florida State – HT: 6-7 3/4- WT: 268 – WING: 6-10 3/4 – Jr – A unique player who can handle the ball and operate on the perimeter, despite being built like an offensive tackle.
58Knicks (from 76ers)Dalano BantonPG – Nebraska (Canada) – HT: 6-9 – WT: 204 – WING: NA – So – An impressive ball handler and passer for a 6-9 player. Drives the ball well and sees over the defense. Needs to get a 3pt shot.Kyle Anderson
59Nets (from Suns)Luka GarzaC – Iowa – HT: 6-11 1/4 – WT: 243 – WING: 7-1 1/2 – Sr – A massive and talented post player who scores in bunches but lacks ideal mobility for the NBA game.Enes lite
60Pacers (from Jazz)Jericho Sims  C – Texas – HT: 6-10 – WT: 250 – WING: 7-3 1/4- Sr – A rebounder and interior defender who has big time bounce, strength and athleticism.Richaun Holmes
61on the bubbleAaron WigginsSG – Maryland -HT: 6-6 – WT: 180 – WING: NA – Jr – An all around wing talent who can really stroke the ball from deep.Allan Crabbe lite
62A.J. LawsonSG – South Carolina (Canada) – HT: 6-6 – WT: 170 – WING: NA – Jr – A wiry athlete who can play above the rim but needs to get more efficient with his scoring/shooting.
63Isaiah LiversSF Michigan – HT: 6-7 1/4 – WT: 232 – WING: 6-9 1/4 – Sr – A do-it-all forward who projects as a glue guy at the next level. A great outside shooter who is very efficient with his touches.
64D.J. Stewart Jr.SG – Miss. State – HT: 6-6 – WT: 205 – WING: NA – So – Has a great frame, a smooth shooting stroke and looks the part of an NBA wing.
65David JohnsonPG – Louisville – HT: 6-4 3/4 – WT: 203 – WING: 6-10 1/2 – So – A big lead guard with a thick frame and lots of strength. Not yet much of a 3pt threat.
66Daishen NixPG – G League Ignite – HT: 6-4 – WT: 225 – WING: 6-7 3/4 – USA02 – Nix is a big, wide-bodied pass first point guard who is one of the best pure passers in this class.bigger Kendall Marshall 
67Santi Aldama C – Loyola (MD) (Spain) – HT: 6-11 – WT: 215 – WING: NA – So – A dominating force in the Patriot League but could struggle against NBA level size/speed.
68David DukeSG – Providence – HT: 6-5 1/2 – WT: 203 – WING: 6-8 3/4 – Jr – A well built SG who has steadily improved his game to become a complete guard. Is signing with an agent and will be in the draft.Jerian Grant
69Matthew HurtPF – Duke – HT: 6-9 1/2 – WT: 232 – WING: 6-9 1/2 – So – A solid all around player with an excellent shooting stroke and an efficient offensive game. Born to score the rock but doesn’t project as a good defender at the NBA level.Kyle Wiltjer, TJ Leaf
70JaQuori McLaughlin SG – UC Santa Barbara – HT: 6-4 – WT: 190 – WING: NA – Sr – A steady, efficient senior guard who should get a chance to show his stuff in Summer League.
71Eugene Omoruyi  SF – Oregon – HT: 6-6 – WT: 235 – WING: NA – Sr – Big, strong and athletic with a 3pt shot. Should get a chance to compete for a roster spot.
72 Yves Pons  PF – Tennessee (France) – HT: 6-6 – WT: 215 – WING: 7-0 3/4 – Sr – A powerhouse of an athlete who is starting to put it all together on the court. An elite rim protector despite being undersized.Jason Maxiell 
73Paul ScruggsSG – Xavier – HT: 6-4 – WT: 196 – WING: 6-10 – Sr – A long, rangy and athletic guard who is a really slick passer, a good rebounder and impacts all aspects of the game.
74Juhann BegarinSG – Paris (France) – HT: 6-4 – WT: NA – WING: NA – Int02 – A dynamic power guard with plenty of upside but an undeveloped game.poor man’s Lonnie Walker
75Sam HauserSF – Virginia – HT: 6-8 – WT: 217 – WING: 6-9 1/4 – Sr – A 3pt marksman who lacks ideal NBA athleticism.
76D.J. StewardSG – Duke – HT: 6-1 3/4 – WT: 162 – WING: 6-7 – Fr – A combo guard with blazing speed who gets to the cup easily and can finish in traffic. Excels in an up tempo game.Terry Rozier, Jeff McInnis
77Justin ChampagniePF – Pittsburgh – HT: 6-6 3/4 – WT: 206 – WING: 6-9 1/2 – So – An undersized PF who plays bigger than his size and has elite rebounding skills. Very young for his class.
78Jordan SchakelSG – San Diego State – HT: 6-6 – WT: 200 – WING: NA – Sr 
79Jose AlvaradoPGGeorgia Tech – HT: 6-0 – WT: 179 – WING: NA – Sr
80D.J. CartonPG – Marquette – HT: 6-1 – WT: 180 – WING: NA – So – A sturdy lead guard who plays an aggressive game and doesn’t shy away from contact. Gets above the rim well. 1on1 InterviewFrank Jackson
81Jay HuffC – Virginia – HT: 7-1 – WT: 240 – WING: NA – Sr – Huff projects as a possible role player in the NBA with his great size, shot blocking and ability to step out and hit the 3.
82RJ NembhardSG – TCU – HT: 6-5 – WT: 200 – WING: NA – Jr – An older prospect who’s having a nice jr season at TCU. He’s a versatile player on both ends who should carve out a nice role in the NBA.Will Barton
83Aamir SimsPF – Clemson – HT: 6-8 – WT: 245 – WING: NA – Sr
84Moses WrightPF – Georgia Tech – HT: 6-9 – WT: 225 – WING: 7-0 3/4- Sr – Wright is a rock solid senior pf who could find a spot on a NBA roster.
85Macio TeagueSG – Baylor – HT: 6-4 – WT: 195 – WING: NA – Sr – A scorer and lethal shooter from deep who has a strange hitch in his shot but is deadly accurate. 
86Javion HamletSG – North Texas- HT: 6-4 – WT: 193 – WING: NA – Sr
87Marcus ZegarowskiSG – Creighton – HT: 6-2 – WT: 181 – WING: 6-2 1/4 – Jr – A scoring combo guard who can get buckets whenever he wants but will have to develop his lead guard skills.
88Alan GriffinSG – Syracuse – HT: 6-5 – WT: 190 – WING: NA – Jr – Griffin is having a big season for Syracuse and is productive on both ends of the floor. His stock is rising.
89Ethan ThompsonSG – Oregon State – HT: 6-5 – WT: 195 – WING: NA – Sr
90Carlik JonesPGLouisville – HT: 6-1 – WT: 185 – WING: NA – Sr
91Trendon WatfordSF LSU – HT: 6-8 3/4 – WT: 237 – WING: 7-2 1/4 – So – A skilled and athletic wing who has good size and strength. Can score in the post and is excellent from mid range. Plays an all around game.Jeff Green
92Marcus GarrettSG – Kansas – HT: 6-5 – WT: 195 – WING: NA – Sr – A standout defender and high level athlete who lacks an offensive game.
93M.J. WalkerSG – Florida State – HT: 6-5 – WT: 213 – WING: NA – Sr – A solid all around guard who has improved steadily over four years at FSU. 
94Derrick Alston Jr.SF – Boise State – HT: 6-9 – WT: 188 – WING: NA – Sr – A lanky guard/wing who shows flashes of big time scoring ability.D.J. Wilson
95DeJon JarreauSG – Houston – HT: 6-5 – WT: 185 – WING: NA – Sr – A wiry and athletic guard with great defensive instincts but struggles to shoot the ball. 
96Mark VitalPF – Clemson – HT: 6-5 – WT: 250s – WING: NA – Sr 
97McKinley Wright IVPG – Colorado – HT: 6-0 – WT: 196 – WING: NA – Sr  
98Matt MitchellSF – San Diego State – HT: 6-6 – WT: 235 – WING: NA – Sr – A combo forward with good length and strength who has been a consistent producer for four years. 
99Scottie LewisSG – Florida – HT: 6-5 1/4 – WT: 188 – WING: 7-0 – So – Lewis is a world class athlete and an elite defender who is taking the next steps with his offensive game in year 2.Corey Benjamin+
100Alex Antetok-ounmpo  SF – Milwaukee, WI (Greece) – HT: 6-6 – WT: 214 – WING: 7-2 – Int.01 – Alex has great length, very quick hands on defense and good instincts. His 3pt shot is much improved and his upside/bloodlines are very intriguing. 1on1 Interview Terrence Williams, Quincey Pondexter
101Derek Culver PF – West Virginia – HT: 6-10 – WT: 255 – WING: NA- Jr – A beastly rebounder who is near impossible to move off the block. Give him a few years to develop and look out.
102John PettySG – Alabama – HT: 6-5 3/4 – WT: 186 – WING: 6-9 1/2- Sr – A big guard who can let it fly from downtown. Has average athleticism and burst. 
103Javonte PerkinsSG – St. Louis – HT: 6-6 – WT: 210 – WING: NA – Sr
104Colbey RossPG – Pepperdine – HT: 6-1 – WT: 180 – WING: NA – Sr
105D’Mitrik TricePG – Wisconsin – HT: 6-0 – WT: 185 – WING: NA – Can really shoot the rock but lacks size and burst. 
106Romeo WeemsSF – DePaul – HT: 6-7 – WT: 210 – WING: NA – So – A big wing with awesome quickness and strength. Has an NBA frame and a developing offensive game. 
107Oscar da SilvaPF – Stanford (Germany) – HT: 6-9 – WT: 225 – WING: NA – Sr – A fundamentally sound and versatile prospect who doesn’t need the ball to make a big impact.
108Mac McClungPG – Texas Tech – HT: 6-2 – WT: 175 – WING: NA – Jr – McClung brings a high-flying act and great athleticism but is inefficient and is undersized to be a 2 guard.Dee Brown 
109Kyree WalkerSF – USA – HT: 6-7 – WT: 216 – WING: NA – Kyree has been training under the radar this past year, working on his body and his game. 1on1 InterviewStanley Johnson
110Javonte Smart PG – LSU – HT: 6-4 – WT: 190 – WING: 6-7 – Jr – Javonte has nice tools to work with but could take a few years to find his way into the league.Reggie Jackson
111Biram Faye PF – Senegal – HT: 6-9 – WT: 225 – WING: 7-2 – Int.00 – A high level shot blocker who gives great effort on the court. Isn’t the most graceful athlete but makes up for it with hustle.
112Balsa KoprivicaC – Florida State (Serbia) – HT: 7-1 – WT: 230 – WING: 7-3 – So – A powerful force on the low block who is raw but has intriguing size/potential. It’ll be interesting to see how he develops.
113Cameron KrutwigC – Loyola Chicago – HT: 6-9 – WT: 255 – WING: NA – Sr – A talented post scorer who throws his weight around inside and has a high skill level. 
114Olivier SarrC – Kentucky – HT: 7-0 – WT: 234 – WING: 7-3 1/2 – Sr – Fundamentally sound and possessing good size, Sarr will get a long look from NBA teams.
115Nahziah Carter SG – Washington – HT: 6-6 – WT: 2015 – WING: NA – Sr – A big guard with an NBA frame. Still rounding out his game but has some athletic upside.

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