Nah’Shon Hyland is a dynamic scorer who attended Virginia Commonwealth University. He had a productive two-year stint in college. At the combine, Hyland boosted his draft stock by impressing scouts in both the scrimmages and during the interview process.
One of the most exciting prospects in this year’s draft is James Bouknight. He has a rare mix of both serious raw potential, but some well-refined skills as well. Bouknight is best known as a big-time scoring threat, and he should be taken as such even with some inconsistencies.
Isaiah Todd played a majority of the G League Ignite’s season coming off the bench. He was able to showcase his shooting stroke and finishing ability well. Todd is projected to be selected at the end of the first or early into the second round. Let’s take a look at Todd’s skillset.
Jared Butler had a preexisting medical condition that was a cause of concern for NBA teams, but he has been cleared by the NBA’s fitness-to-play panel. Butler is one of the most well-rounded guards in the class.
Western Kentucky big man Charles Bassey enters the 2021 NBA Draft following three seasons for the Hilltoppers. Bassey started all 72 games he appeared in and averaged a double-double with 15.9 points and 10.5 rebounds per contest.
Sharife Cooper played in only 12 games for the Auburn Tigers during his freshman season but his potential jumped off the screen even in the limited sample of games. He arrived at Auburn as a five-star prospect and lived up to the hype.
Greg Brown struggled in the NCAA tournament where the Longhorns fell to 14th-seeded Abilene Christian, but his upside will leave teams intrigued headed into the 2021 NBA Draft. Let’s take a look at the potential first-rounder.