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2017 NBA mock draft - Pac-12 Perspective: Pac-12 players go one, two

Markelle Fultz will be the first Pac-12 player taken number one in a long, long, long time.

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*I use ESPN’s draft lottery machine to generate lottery order until it is announced.

  1. Phoenix - Markelle Fultz PG Washington - It is mainly a question between Fultz and Ball in my opinion and Fultz seems to have less baggage, so I think he goes off the board. The barely Husky will be the first Pac-12/10 player taken number one overall since Bill Walton (unless you count Andrew Bogut who did not actually play in the conference).
  2. New York - Lonzo Ball PG UCLA - Ball seems like the top prospect in the draft to me, but he does have some question marks. I think there is no way he makes it past the second pick though.
  3. Philadelphia - Josh Jackson SG Kansas
  4. Boston - Jayson Tatum SF Duke
  5. Philadelphia - De’Aaron Fox PG Kentucky
  6. Sacramento - Jonathan Isaac SF Florida State
  7. Orlando - Malik Monk SG Kentucky
  8. Minnesota - Dennis Smith PG NCState
  9. Dallas - Lauri Markkanen PF Arizona - The Mavericks need a new star, so how about a seven-foot international big man with smooth offensive skills? Markanned could help the Mavericks finally rebuild.
  10. Sacramento - Frank Ntilikina PG France
  11. Charlotte - Zach Collins C Gonzaga
  12. Detroit - Jarrett Allen C Texas
  13. Denver - Justin Patton C Creighton
  14. Miami - OG Anunoby SF Indiana
  15. Portland - John Collins PF Wake Forest
  16. Chicago - Justin Jackson SF North Carolina
  17. Milwaukee - Terrance Ferguson SG USA
  18. Indiana - Bam Adebayo PF Kentucky
  19. Atlanta - T.J. Leaf PF UCLA - The Hawks need new young talent everywhere and I think Leaf’s offensive skills could help them right away. He might not be star, but could be the perfect player to inject onto a good team.
  20. Portland - Ike Anigbogu C UCLA - The Blazers need to get better up front and Anigbogu has the physical skills to do just that.
  21. Oklahoma City - Ivan Rabb PF Cal - The Thunder could use some more front court offense and Rabb can provide just that. He is a polished player who can help right away.
  22. Brooklyn - Harry Giles PF Duke
  23. Toronto - Rodions Kurucs SF Latvia
  24. Utah - Luke Kennard SG Duke
  25. Orlando - Tyler Lydon PF Syracuse
  26. Portland - Isaiah Hartenstein C Croatia
  27. Brooklyn - Donovan Mitchell SG Louisville
  28. Lakers - P.J. Dozier SG South Carolina
  29. San Antonio - Sindarius Thornwell SG South Carolina

30. Utah - Anzejs Pasecniks C Latvia