- New Orleans - Zion Williams PF Duke
- Memphis - Ja Morant PG Murray State
- New York - RJ Barrett SG Duke
- Lakers - Jarrett Culver SG Texas Tech
- Cleveland - Darius Garland PG Vanderbilt
- Phoenix - Coby White PG North Carolina
- Chicago - Cam Reddish SG Duke
- Atlanta - DeAndre Hunter SF Virginia
- Washington - Jaxson Hayes PF Texas
- Atlanta - Bruno Fernando C Maryland
- Minnesota - Sekou Doumbouya SF France
- Charlotte - Rui Hachimura SF Gonzaga
- Miami - Nassir Little SF North Carolina
- Boston - Goga Bitadze C Republic of Georgia
- Detroit - Kevin Porter Jr. SG USC - Porter has been flying up draft boards since teams have taken a closer look at him after the season. He has a 6’5 220 NBA body and flashed enough in one season at USC to make him a borderline lottery prospect.
- Orlando - Mfiondu Kabengele PF Florida State
- Brooklyn - PJ Washington PF Kentucky
- Indiana - Nickeil Alexander-Walker SG Virginia Tech
- San Antonio - Nic Claxton PF Georgia
- Boston - Matisse Thybulle SG Washington - A solid Playoff team with three picks in the first 22, Boston has the freedom to take a specialty player like Thybulle and would be the perfect landing spot for him. I wouldn’t be shocked if his defense gets him pulled off the board at Boston’s number 14 pick either.
- Oklahoma City - Tyler Herro SG Kentucky
- Boston - Bol Bol C Oregon - What did I saw about Boston being able to take project/specialty players? Bol would be a steal at this point as a player with as much potential as any player in this draft after Williamson.
- Utah - Keldon Johnson SG Kentucky
- Philadelphia - Brandon Clarke PF Gonzaga
- Portland - Cameron Johnson SF North Carolina
- Cleveland - Romeo Langford SG Indiana
- Brooklyn - KZ Okpala SG Stanford - The 6’8 guard with great athleticism and all-around skills would be a steal this late in the first. Like Thybulle, I could see him having an impact on a Playoff team right away.
- Golden State - Daniel Gafford PF Arkansas
- San Antonio - Luka Samonic PF Croatia
- Milwaukee - Ty Jerome PG Virginia
31. Brooklyn - Carsen Edwards PG Purdue
32. Phoenix - Dylan Windler SG Belmont
33. Philadelphia - Naz Reid C LSU
34. Philadelphia - Talen Horton-Tucker SG Iowa State
35. Atlanta - Grant Williams PF Tennessee
36. Charlotte - Chuma Okeke SF Auburn
37. New Orleans - Lugentz Dort SG Arizona State - I love Dort’s game and think he has a great chance to have a long career despite going in the second round.
38. Chicago - Moses Brown C UCLA - I think the 7’2 Brown could easily have turned himself into a borderline lottery pick with an All-Pac-12 sophomore season, but he’s still going to get a second round shot even though he’s super raw.
39. Dallas - Jontay Porter PF Missouri
40. Sacramento - Eric Paschall PF Villanova
41. Atlanta - Isaiah Roby SF Nebraska
42. Atlanta - Terance Mann SG Florida State
43. Minnesota - Louis King SF Oregon - Another player who could have made himself a guaranteed first rounder with a good sophomore season who will have to play his way up from the second round.
44. Philadelphia - Jordan Bone PG Tennessee
45. Detroit - Tyler Cook PF Iowa
46. Orlando - Adam Mokoka SG France
47. Sacramento - Tacko Fall C UCF
48. Clippers - Jalen Lecque SG Brewster Academy
49. San Antonio - Jalen McDaniels SF San Diego State
50. Indiana - Darius Bazley SF Princeton, Ohio
51. Boston - Deividas Sirvydis SF Serbia
52. Charlotte - Quinnday Weatherspoon SG Mississippi State
53. Utah - Jaylen Nowell PG Washington - Nowell’s abilities as a combo guard and mid-range game will get him drafted somewhere in the second round.
54. Philadelphia - Zach Norvell Jr. PG Gonzaga
55. New York - Kris Wilkes SF UCLA - I’m surprised the 6’8 shooter isn’t closer to the first round, but he lacks overall skills that have kept his draft stock down.
56. Clippers - Admiral Schofield SF Tennessee
57. New Orleans - Tremont Waters PG LSU
58. Golden State - Shamorie Ponds PG St. John’s
59. Toronto - Brian Bowen SG Australia
60. Sacramento - Kenny Wooten PF Oregon - I simply like Wooten’s game too much to predict him not getting drafted.