2018 NBA Draft Top Player Rankings

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Mar 8, 2018; St. Louis, MO, USA; Missouri Tigers forward Michael Porter Jr. (13) handles the ball as he is defended by Georgia Bulldogs forward Nicolas Claxton (33) during the second half of the second round of the SEC Conference Tournament at Scottrade Center. Georgia won 62-60. Mandatory Credit: Billy Hurst-USA TODAY Sports
Mar 8, 2018; St. Louis, MO, USA; Missouri Tigers forward Michael Porter Jr. (13) handles the ball as he is defended by Georgia Bulldogs forward Nicolas Claxton (33) during the second half of the second round of the SEC Conference Tournament at Scottrade Center. Georgia won 62-60. Mandatory Credit: Billy Hurst-USA TODAY Sports

Updated 6/14/18

The NBA draft is rapidly approaching. Taking the focus away from the playoffs, NBA fans need to learn the names of the stars and busts of the future. Here is my NBA draft big-board.

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Luka Doncic Real Madrid PG/SG INTL 6’8″, 225
DeAndre Ayton Arizona C FR 7’0″, 260
Trae Young Oklahoma PG FR 6’2″, 178
Mo Bamba Texas C FR 7’0″, 225
Mikal Bridges Villanova SF JR 6’7″, 210
Wendell Carter Duke PF/C FR 6’10”, 251
Jaren Jackson Michigan State PF/C FR 6’11”, 236
Marvin Bagley Duke PF/C FR 6’11”, 235
Lonnie Walker Miami SG FR 6’4″, 196
Collin Sexton Alabama PG FR 6’1″, 183
Miles Bridges Michigan State SF/PF SO 6’7″, 220
Shai Gilegous Alexander Kentucky PG/SG FR 6’6″, 180
Kevin Knox Kentucky SF FR 6’9″, 213
Zhaire Smith Texas Tech SG FR 6’4″, 199
Michael Porter Missouri SF FR 6’11”, 211
Robert Williams Texas A/M PF/C SO 6’9″, 235
Chandler Hutchison Boise State SF SR 6’7″, 196
Mitchell Robinson USA C HS 6’11”, 215
Troy Brown Oregon SG/SF FR 6’7″, 208
Aaron Holiday UCLA PG JR 6’1″, 187
Melvin Frazier Tulane SG JR 6’6″, 198
Anfernee Simons IMG (HS) PG HS 6’3″, 183
Donte DiVincenzo Villanova SG SO 6’4″, 201
Jerome Robinson Boston College SG JR 6’5″, 188
Dzanan Musa Cedevita Zagreb SF INTL 6’9″, 195
Trevon Duval Duke PG FR 6’2″, 190
Omari Spellman Villanova C FR 6’9″, 254
Khyri Thomas Creighton SG JR 6’4″, 199
Jacob Evans Cincinnati SG JR 6’5″, 200
Moritz Wagner Michigan C JR 6’11”, 241
Josh Okogie Georgia Tech SG SO 6’4″, 211
Jalen Brunson Villanova PG JR 6’2″, 198
Keita Bates-Diop Ohio State SF SR 6’8″, 224
Elie Okobo France PG INTL 6’2″, 180
De’Anthony Melton USC PG SO 6’3″, 193
Kevin Huerter Maryland SF SO 6’7″, 194
Gary Trent Duke SG FR 6’6″, 204
Bruce Brown Miami SG SO 6’5″, 195
Bonzie Colson Notre Dame PF SR 6’5″, 225
Shake Milton SMU PG JR 6’5″, 207
Jevon Carter West Virginia SG SR 6’1″, 196
Kevin Hervey UT Arlington SF SR 6’8″, 212
Landry Shamet Wichita State PG JR 6’5″, 189
Hamadou Diallo Kentucky SG FR 6’6″, 197
Chimezie Metu USC PF/C JR 6’9″, 220
Bruno Fernando Maryland C FR 6’10”, 233
Malik Newman Kansas SG SO 6’3″, 189
Tony Carr Penn State PG SO 6’4″, 199
Grayson Allen Duke SG SR 6’4″, 198
Jarred Vanderbilt Kentucky PF FR 6’9″, 214
Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk Kansas SG SR 6’8″, 212
Rawle Alkins Arizona SG SO 6’4″, 217
Brandon McCoy UNLV C FR 7’0″, 250
Ray Spalding Louisville PF JR 6’10”, 215
Devon Hall Virginia SG SR 6’6″, 206
Kenrich Williams TCU SF SR 6’7″, 200
Keenan Evans Texas Tech PG SR 6’3″, 183
Justin Jackson Maryland SF JR 6’7″, 229
Alize Johnson Missouri State PF SR 6’8″, 217
Jaylen Adams St. Bonaventure PG SR 6’2″, 190
Devonte Graham Kansas PG SR 6’1″, 186
Jalen Hudson Florida SF JR 6’6″, 190
Tyler Hall Montana State SG JR 6’4″, 175
Yante Maten Georgia PF SR 6’8″, 246
LaGerald Vick Kansas SG JR 6’5″, 180
Donte Ingram Loyola Chicago SF SR 6’6″, 216
Carsen Edwards Purdue PG SO 6’0, 196
Trevon Bluiett Xavier SG SR 6’5″, 215
Allonzo Trier Arizona SG JR 6’5″, 198
Kelan Martin Butler SF SR 6’6″, 230
Malik Pope San Diego State PF SR 6’10, 220
Billy Preston BC Igokea PF INTL 6’10”, 222
Austin Wiley Auburn C SO 6’10”, 249
Rodions Kurucs FC Barcelona Lassa SF INTL 6’9″, 220
Isaac Bonga Germany SF INTL 6’9″, 200
Charles Matthews Michigan SF JR 6’6″, 200
Isaac Haas Purdue C SR 7’3″, 303
Corey Sanders Rutgers PG JR 6’2″, 181
Joel Berry II North Carolina PG SR 6’0″, 195
Vince Edwards Purdue SF JR 6’8″, 225
Brian Bowen II South Carolina SF N/A 6’7″, 202
Deng Adel Lousiville SF JR 6’7″, 200
Matur Maker Canada C INTL 6’10, 200
Goga Bitadze Mega Bemax C INTL 6’11”, 250
Kostas Antetokounmpo Dayton PF FR 6’10”, 195
LiAngelo Ball Vytautas SF INTL 6’5″, 216

Updated Notes as of 6/14/16

  • Michael Porter Jr. missed another pro day due to injury. At this point, I’m seriously concerned about his back. I wouldn’t touch him in the lottery.
  • Trae Young has reportedly gained quite a bit of muscle and has improved his vertical. This will help his defense tremendously.
  • Jaren Jackson Jr. reportedly had a “monster workout” for the Suns. Teams reportedly interested in trading up for the big man.
  • The Suns have worked out Young. He will be gone by 16 so they may be in the market for another top pick.
  • Luka Doncic is still the best player in this class and it isn’t close for me. The King would be foolish to pass up on him for any other prospect.
  • The Clippers are reportedly interested in moving up for Doncic.
  • I’m very interested to see where Trevon Duval lands. One of my favorite prospects. Many mocks have him out of the first round.

Ben Pfeifer is the Managing Editor of the Colts for Full Press Coverage, the AFC South Division Editor, and head NBA editor. Want to continue the discussion? Contact Ben Pfeifer on Twitter @Ben_Pfeifer_, @FPC_NBA and @FPC_Colts.

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