- New York - James Wiseman C Memphis
- Cleveland - Anthony Edwards G Georgia
- Memphis - Theo Maledon PG France
- Phoenix - Isaiah Stewart PF Washington - Stewart is a classic power forward who is just as good as any of the three players going before him. I don’t see him lasting past the first five picks.
- Sacramento - LaMelo Ball PG SPIRE Academy
- Miami - Cole Anthony PG North Carolina
- Clippers - RJ Hampton SG Little Elm, TX
- Chicago - Deni Avdija SF Israel
- Dallas - Ochai Agbaji SG Kansas
- Atlanta - Ayo Dosunmu PG Illinois
- Washington - Kahlil Whitney SF Kentucky
- Charlotte - Precious Achiuwa SF Memphis
- Minnesota - Nico Mannion PG Arizona - An all-around talent with athleticism and three-point range, Mannion is exactly what the NBA is looking for right now. He should make it into the lottery.
- New Orleans - Trendon Watford SF LSU
- Brooklyn - Charles Bassey PF Western Kentucky
- Indiana - Jalen Smith PF Maryland
- Orlando - Killian Hayes PG France
- San Antonio - Devon Dotson PG Kansas
- Oklahoma City - Jaden McDaniels SF Washington - The 6’10 185 scorer has a high ceiling, but a low floor as such a unique prospect. Even if he isn’t great, he should still be a mid-first round pick. His raw skills are that good.
- Utah - Samuel Williamson SF Louisville
- Portland - Vernon Carey PF Duke
- Detroit - Scottie Lewis SG Florida
- Boston - Bryan Antoine SG Villanova
- Lakers - Josh Green SG Arizona - A big, athletic shooting guard with some offensive skills should get off the board in the first round. He should excel in a backcourt with Mannion all season.
- Clippers - Jeremiah Robinson-Earl PF Villanova
- Houston - Johnny Juzong SF Kentucky
- Golden State - AJ Lawson SG South Carolina
- Toronto - Aaron Wiggins SG Maryland
- Denver - Tyler Bey SF Colorado - Bey’s all-around skills would be perfect to inject into an already-good team. He should be a late-first round prospect.
- Phoenix - Isaiah Mobley SF USC - A raw prospect who has massive potential and probably doesn’t fulfill it, but still declares for the draft.
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