Miami Heat: DeAndre Hunter, SF, Virginia, 6-7, Soph.
An athletic wing, Hunter should see a much larger role for the Cavaliers this season after serving as their sixth man during his freshman year.
San Antonio Spurs: Killian Tillie, PF, Gonzaga, 6-10, PF, Jr.
The Frenchman is a prototypical face-up four who can operate effectively down low but really stretch defenses with his outside shooting.
Los Angeles Lakers: Charles Bassey, C, Western Kentucky, 6-10, Fr.
Bassey reclassified to the 2018 class and has all the physical attributes to be an effective low post player but also can step out and face up.
Minnesota Timberwolves: Immanuel Quickley, PG, Kentucky, 6-3, Fr.
Quickley is a true point guard and table setter with a great feel for running a team.
Portland Trail Blazers: O'Shae Brissett, SF, Syracuse, 6-8, Soph.
Versatile on the offensive side of the ball, Brissett is also a great rebounder with the potential to play either forward spot at the next level.
Milwaukee Bucks: Tre Jones, PG, Duke, 6-1, Fr.
Like big brother Tyus, Tre Jones is a terrific floor general but lacks the ideal athleticism for an NBA point guard.
Oklahoma City Thunder: Kellan Grady, SG, Davidson, 6-5, Soph.
Grady averaged 18 points per game and shot 40 percent from distance as a freshman and knows how to score the rock.
Indiana Pacers: Louis King, SF, Oregon, 6-7, Fr.
With good size, athleticism, and a smooth all-around game, King looks the part of a prototypical NBA wing.
Utah Jazz: Darius Garland, PG, Vanderbilt, 6-2, Fr.
A true creator and distributor with great floor vision, Garland know when to be unselfish but can also get buckets when needed.
Washington Wizards: Jontay Porter, F/C, Missouri, 6-11, Soph.
The "other" Porter brings versatility to the offensive end as he can step out and drain three-pointers but can also use his size inside to play a factor on the boards and as a shot blocker.
San Antonio Spurs: Moses Brown, C, UCLA, 7-1, Fr.
You can't teach 7-foot-1, which is why Brown is a potential one-and-done prospect, but he is definitely a project big man who has a long way to go with his all-around skill set and feel for the game.
Philadelphia 76ers: Bruno Fernando, C, Maryland, 6-10, Soph.
With a good combination of athleticism and strength, Fernando brings energy to the floor but is fairly limited offensively.
Houston Rockets: Taurean Thompson, PF, Seton Hall, 6-10, Soph.
The Syracuse transfer looks the part, but he is still developing his all-around skillset.
Boston Celtics: Jaylen Hands, PG, UCLA, 6-3, Soph.
After testing the NBA Draft waters, the athletic Hands gets the keys to UCLA's offense this season.
Golden State Warriors: Lindell Wigginton, PG, Iowa State, 6-2, Soph.
Shooting 40 percent from distance during his freshman campaign, the Canadian is more of a scorer than distributor.