Atlanta Hawks: Wenyen Gabriel, F, Kentucky, 6-9, Soph.
Gabriel is long, athletic, and versatile; making his biggest impact on the glass and defensive end.
Brooklyn Nets: Mortiz Wagner, C, Michigan, 6-11, Sr.
The German is an inside/outside threat who can stretch defenses with his perimeter shooting.
Indiana Pacers: Jalen Adams, PG, Connecticut, 6-2, Jr.
As a lead guard, Adams can score or distribute the rock.
Sacramento Kings: Allonzo Trier, SG, Arizona, 6-5, Jr.
A pure scorer, Trier is a solid outside shooter who is also capable of getting to the rim.
New York Knicks: Mikal Bridges, SF, Villanova, 6-7, Jr.
Bridges brings tremendous versatility on the defensive end and should see more of a scorer's role for the Wildcats this season.
Orlando Magic: D.J. Hogg, SF, Texas A&M, 6-9, Jr.
With good size for the next level, Hogg contributes in a variety of ways on the floor.
Orlando Magic: DeVonte' Graham, PG, Kansas, 6-2, Sr.
Graham is capable of running the point or playing off the ball, but lacks the ideal athleticism for an NBA point guard.
Phoenix Suns: Josh Langford, SG, Michigan State, 6-5, Soph.
Langford didn't make the impact many expected him to as a freshman, but is a solid shooter who should see more touches this year.
Philadelphia 76ers: Grayson Allen, SG, Duke, 6-4, Sr.
Allen may have a knock on him because he lets his competitiveness get to him a bit, but he is still a talented al- around weapon and could potentially play either guard spot.
New Orleans Pelicans: Tyler Davis, C, Texas A&M, 6-10, Jr.
At 6-10, 265 pounds, the Aggie junior knows how to throw his big body around down low.
Dallas Mavericks: Felipe dos Anjos, C, Brazil, 7-2, 1998.
His size is attractive, but the Brazilian is a project big man.
Chicago Bulls: Angel Delgado, PF, Seton Hall, 6-10, Jr.
A double-double machine, Delgado could find his niche in the NBA as an energy four man.
Detroit Pistons: Malik Newman, SG, Kansas, 6-3, Soph.
The Mississippi State transfer is an undersized two guard, but knows how to fill it up.
Miami Heat: Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk, SF, Kansas, 6-8, Sr.
Mykhailiuk's ability to stroke it from deep should find the Ukraine native a spot in the second round.
Utah Jazz: Deng Adel, SF, Louisville, 6-7, Jr.
Still developing his all-around offensive game, Adel has the length and athleticism coveted at the next level.
Portland Trail Blazers: Terry Larrier, SF, Connecticut, 6-8, Jr.
Larrier missed this past season with a torn ACL, but is a versatile forward who should make a major impact for the Huskies.
Memphis Grizzlies: Elijah Stewart, SG, USC, 6-5, Sr.
Due to his sharpshooting from the outside, Stewart could find a home in the NBA.
Charlotte Hornets: Joel Berry, PG, North Carolina, 6-0, Sr.
A true floor leader, Berry was a huge reason why North Carolina won the National Championship last year.
Denver Nuggets: Obi Enechionyia, PF, Temple, 6-10, Sr.
Though he has flown under the radar nationally, Enechionyia is an intriguing prospect due to his size and ability to step outside and knock down three-pointers.
Los Angeles Clippers: E.C. Matthews, G, Rhode Island, 6-5, Sr.
After coming back from a torn ACL last season, Matthews needs to have a big senior season if he is going to get second-round looks.
Milwaukee Bucks: Jonathan Williams, F, Gonzaga, 6-9, Sr.
The former Mizzori transfer is bouncy at the rim and has a nice mid-range game.
Washington Wizards: Kelan Martin, SF, Butler, 6-7, Sr.
Due to his physicality, Martin can muscle opponents when attacking the basket, but he has a decent outside shot as well.
Minnesota Timberwolves: Jo Lual-Acuil, C, Baylor, 7-0, Sr.
The former JUCO transfer makes his biggest impact as a rim protector.
Toronto Raptors: Matthew Fisher-Davis, SG, Vanderbilt, 6-5, Sr.
Fischer-Davis is a sniper from the outside, but sometimes is too one-dimensional of a player.
Oklahoma City Thunder: Jordan McLaughlin, PG, USC, 6-1, Sr.
The Trojan senior can serve as a facilitator, yet he also knows how to score the rock.
Cleveland Cavaliers: Yante Maten, PF, Georgia, 6-8, Sr.
Manten's mid-range game allows him to overcome the fact that he is an undersized four man.
Boston Celtics: Jeffrey Carroll, SG, Oklahoma State, 6-6, Sr.
Carroll's ability to stroke it from the outside will get him second-round looks.
Houston Rockets: Kevin Hervey, PF, UT-Arlington, 6-9, Sr.
Hervey is an inside/outside threat.
San Antonio Spurs: Kyle Washington, PF, Cincinnati, 6-9, Sr.
The Bearcat senior has a good combination of size and athleticism but can also step out and knock down jumpers.
Golden State Warriors: B.J. Johnson, SF, LaSalle, 6-7, Sr.
The lefty is a smooth scorer with the ability to shoot it from deep.