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Saddiq Bey

I think Saddiq Bey is the most NBA ready player in this draft. He is a fantastic shooter and he has a great basketball IQ. Coming from Villanova, I think he will be able to fit into any NBA team. There are a lot of great 3-and-D wings in this draft and I think he is the best.

Jalen Smith

The center position in the NBA is evolving and Jalen Smith is the perfect modern NBA center. His is a great rim protector as he averaged 2.4 BPG. He is also a great shooter as a center. He shot 37% from 3 last season. NBA teams will be drooling over the fact that he can spread the foot on offense and protect the paint on defense.

Kira Lewis Jr

KLJ one of the fastest guards I have ever seen. His quickness with his athleticism is going to make him into a fantastic pro. Last year at Alabama he averaged 19 PPG 5 RPG and 5 APG while shooting 37% from 3. He is also an okay defender and uses his quickness to his advantage as he averaged 1.8 SPG last years.

Tyrese Haliburton

In my opinion, Tyrese is the best PG in this draft. Standing at 6-5 with an incredible 7 FOOT WINGSPAN, which helps him immensely on the defensive end. He is also a great playmaker as he averaged 6.5 APG last hear at Iowa State. He sees the floor so well and has a great basketball IQ. He is a good shooter as he shot 50% from the field and 42% from 3 last year. He will need to work on his jumpsuit as it looks a bit funny coming off of his had. Overall, he’s got all the tools to be a great PG in this league for a long time.

Robert Woodard

I think that Robert Woodard is the best athlete in this draft class. He is 6-7 and can jump out of the gym. Even though he only averaged 11.4 PPG, he was very efficient. He is also one of the best shooters in the draft, shooting 43% from beyond the arc. He is also a good defender. I think he is a 3-and-D wing that will be in the league a long time.

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