NBA Draft Player Rankings (1-60)

Let me start by explaining a few guys that might be ranked lower than where you think they should be.

I fully expect DeAndre Ayton to be a starting player in the league for a long time. However, I believe there are 3 or 4 guys in the lottery that I think will have better careers. Yell at me on Twitter or in the comments all you want about it, but my opinion will not be changing.

I have MPJ down at 6 simply for health concerns. If he never has the back injury, he is probably the first overall pick.

I think Jaren Jackson Jr has all-star potential, but he is going to take a long time. This is a guy that should be going back to school to work on his game. He was a non-factor in many Michigan State games that he should have dominated. That was often due to foul trouble, which was a huge problem for the 18 year old. Jackson Jr probably will not go as low as where I have him ranked, but I do not think he is worthy of a top 5 pick. If Doncic and Porter Jr’s stocks continue to rise, expect Jaren Jackson Jr to potentially fall out of the top 5.

One guys who’s stock is on the rise is Jerome Robinson. He has somewhat come out of nowhere over the last couple weeks. He wasn’t even seen as a first round pick by most until a couple weeks ago. I have him up to 19, and he is rumored to be going in the 12-20 range.

  1. C Mohamed Bamba (Texas)
  2. Luka Doncic (Real Madrid)
  3. PF/C Marvin Bagley III (Duke)
  4. C DeAndre Ayton (Arizona)
  5. PG Trae Young (Oklahoma)
  6. F Michael Porter Jr (Missouri)
  7. SG/SF Mikal Bridges (Vilanova)
  8. PF/C Wendell Carter (Duke)
  9. PF/C Jaren Jackson Jr. (Michigan State)
  10. PG Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (Kentucky)
  11. SF Kevin Knox (Kentucky)
  12. PG Collin Sexton (Alabama)
  13. F Miles Bridges (Michigan State)
  14. G Donte DiVincenzo (Villanova)
  15. G Zhaire Smith (Texas Tech)
  16. PF/C Moritz Wagner (Michigan)
  17. PF/C Robert Williams (Texas Tech)
  18. SG Lonnie Walker IV (Miami)
  19. SG Jerome Robinson (Boston College)
  20. F Keita Bates-Diop (Ohio State)
  21. SG Gary Trent Jr (Duke)
  22. SF Chandler Hutchison (Boise State)
  23. SG Kevin Huerter (Maryland)
  24. PF/C Omari Spellman (Villanova)
  25. SG Grayson Allen (Duke)
  26. G Khyri Thomas (Creighton)
  27. F Troy Brown (Oregon)
  28. F Dzanan Musa (KK Cedevita)
  29. SG Josh Okogie (Georgia Tech)
  30. SG/SF Jacob Evans (Cincinnati)
  31. PG Jalen Brunson (Villanova)
  32. C Mitchell Robinson (didn’t play last season)
  33. PG Aaron Holiday (UCLA)
  34. PG Shake Milton (SMU)
  35. PG Landry Shamet (Wichita State)
  36. PF Chimezie Metu (USC)
  37. PG Elie Okobo (Élan Béarnais Pau-Lacq-Orthez)
  38. Anfernee Simons (IMG Academy)
  39. G De’Anthony Melton (USC)
  40. SG Hamidou Diallo (Kentucky)
  41. SG Malik Newman (Kansas)
  42. SG Melvin Frazier (Tulane)
  43. PG Jevon Carter (West Virginia)
  44. PF Yante Maten (Georgia)
  45. PG Trevon Duval (Duke)
  46. C Brandon McCoy (UNLV)
  47. G Bruce Brown (Miami)
  48. PG Devonte’ Graham (Kansas)
  49. SG Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk (Kansas)
  50. SF Rodions Kurucs (FC Barcelona)
  51. G Rawle Alkins (Arizona)
  52. PF/C Kevin Hervey (Texas Arlington)
  53. G Keenan Evans (Texas Tech)
  54.  PF/C Raymond Spalding (Louisville)
  55. G Tony Carr (Penn State)
  56. SG Devon Hall (Virginia)
  57. F Donte Grantham (Clemson)
  58. F Kostas Antetokounmpo (Dayton)
  59. G Allonzo Trier (Arizona)
  60. PF Jarred Vanderbilt (Kentucky)

 

For more draft info check out our latest mock draft: NBA Mock Draft #4

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