As the NCAA men’s basketball comes to an end, talented student-athletes and international professionals hope for a new beginning in the NBA. This draft is going to be remember among the 1996 and 2003 class. 2017 is top heavy with guards and wings that fit up the stat sheet in every category!

This is the year bottom seeded teams look to find their franchise player to eventually take them to the playoffs. Ironically, the team most likely to win the 1st overall pick, Boston Celtics, is looking to be 1st place in the Eastern Conference. The answer to maintain their dominance is Lonzo Ball. A rangy, quick point guard who is averaging 15 points, 6 rebounds and nearly 8 assists while shooting 43% from 3 point territory.

1. Lonzo Ball, UCLA

2. Josh Jackson, Kansas

3. Markelle Fultz, Washington

  4. Malik Monk, Kentucky

5. Dennis Smith Jr., North Carolina State

6. Johnathan Isaac, Florida State

7.  Jayson Tatum, Duke

8. Lauri Markkanen, Arizona

9. Frank Ntilikina, International

10. De’Aaron Fox, Kentucky

11. Justin Patton, Creighton

12. Robert Williams, Texas A&M

13. T.J. Leaf, UCLA


14. Luke Kennard, Duke

15. Miles Bridges, Michigan State

16. Harry Giles, Duke

17. Ivan Rabb, California

18. Tyler Lydon, Syracuse

19. Johnathan Jeanne, International

20. Radians Kurucs, International

21. Jalen Adams, Connecticut 

22. Bam Adebayo, Kentucky

23. Grayson Allen, Duke

24. Dwayne Bacon, Florida State

25. Justin Jackson, North Carolina

26. John Collins, Wake Forest

27. Monte Morris, Iowa State

28. Johnathan Motley, Baylor

29. Alec Peters, Valparaiso 

30. Nigel Williams-Goss, Gonzaga




31. Atlanta Hawks – Cameron Oliver, Nevada

32. Phoenix Suns – Isaiah Hartenstein, International

33. Los Angeles Lakers – Jarret Allen, Texas

34. Philadelphia 76ers – Terrance Ferguson, International

35. Orlando Magic – Marcus Keene, Central Michigan

36. Boston Celtics – Dedric Lawson, Memphis

37. Minnesota Timberwolves – Melo Trimble, Maryland

38. Dallas Mavericks – Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk, Kansas

39. Sacramento Kings – Isaiah Hicks, North Carolina

40. Utah Jazz – Devante Graham, Kansas

41. Milwaukee Bucks – Caleb Swanigan, Purdue

42. Miami Heat – Thomas Bryant, Indiana

43. Houston Rockets – Josh Hart, Villanova

44. Charlotte Hornets – Donovan Mitchell, Louisville

45. Houston Rockets – Khyri Thomas, Creighton

46. Utah Jazz – Juwan Evans, Oklahoma State

47. New York Knicks – O.G. Anunoby, Indiana

48. Oklahoma City Thunder – Anzejs Pasecniks, International

49. Indiana Pacers – Peter Jok, Iowa

50. Atlanta Hawks – Isaiah Briscoe, Kentucky

51. Toronto Raptors – Frank Mason III, Kansas

52. Washington Wizards – Tacko Fall, Central Florida

53. Oklahoma City Thunder – Nigel Hayes, Wisconsin

54. Boston Celtics – Tyler Hall, Montana State

55. Brooklyn Nets – Matt Daum, South Dakota State

56. Utah Jazz – E.C. Matthews, Rhode Island

57. New York Knicks – Malcolm Hill, Illinois

58. Boston Celtics – VJ Beachem, Notre Dame

59. San Antonio Spurs – Jaron Blossomgame, Clemson

60. Utah Jazz – PJ Dozier, South Carolina


  1. I think it’s ridiculous that Harry Giles could go anywhere in the first round with how mediocre he’s been. I would like to see Dwayne Bacon and Justin Jackson move up some, they’ve both got a ton of potential to be great NBA scorers.


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