2016 NBA Mock Draft

Updated 12/16/14
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Player
Pos.
Ht. Team Player Report
Comp.
1
6-7 Marietta Ga. Powerful and talented small forward who is coming on strong. High upside player with great work ethic. Full Report Jamal Mashburn
2
6-10 Montverde (LSU) Highly skilled and versatile forward who can score from anywhere on the floor. Full Report
Danny Manning, Lamar Odom
3
C
7-1 Athlete Institute, Canada If Maker reclassifies he's a possible #1 pick in 2016. His athletic ability for a 7-footer is off the charts and his upside is through the roof. Full Report

4
6-10 Bishop Gorman (Duke) Excellent low post scorer with a very good feel for the game. Full Report Al Horford
5
6-9 Bishop O'Dowd HS Young forward with great athleticism and length. Explodes off the floor and is a great finisher. Full Report
poor man's Kevin Garnett

6
6-9 Our Savior New America HS Extremely athletic forward with great length, leaping ability and quickness. Full Report Emeka Okafor
7
6-9 Cleveland Very big, quick and smooth player with a high skill level and soft touch. A multi-dimensional talent. Full Report Markieff Morris
8
C
6-10 Dominican HS Huge center prospect who is unmovable in the lane. Full Report Al Jefferson
9
6-10 Kentucky Looks like LaMarcus Aldridge mixed with a little Tim Duncan. A fundamentally sound big man who needs to get stronger and stay healthy. Full Report
Hilten Armstrong

10
6-7
Kansas Extremely athletic wing with great length and high upside. Full Report Rudy Gay
11
6-8 UNC A very efficient player who doesn't always look dominant but is highly effective. Full Report Tayshawn Prince
12
C
7-0 Bishop Gorman HS A long, mobile and talented big man with a great feel for the game. Full Report Vin Baker
13
Daniel Hamilton
6-7 UConn A shooting guard with great length and a natural scoring ability. Brandon Rush
14
6-9 Rice Lake HS (Marquette) A sweet-shooting big man with very advanced offensive skills. Full Report Mo Speights
15
6-3 Callaway HS An explosive combo guard with a lightening quick first step and great scoring ability. Not a true above the rim player. Full Report
Lou Williams, Ben Gordon 

16
Domantas Sabonis
6-10 Gonzaga Son of the legend, Sabonis is highly skilled on the offensive end and knows the game well. Tom Gugliotta
17
6-5 Kentucky Elite level shooter from downtown. Developing an all around game. Full Report Wesley Mathews
18
6-6 UNLV NBA body with a high ceiling but needs to learn the nuances of the game. Full Report Derek Anderson
19
Jakob Poeltl
C
7-0 Utah (Austria) A prototypical center who rebounds, defends and can score a bit in the lane.
20
James Blackmon Jr.
6-5 Indiana A lights out shooter from three point range with a great feel for the game.
21
6-0
North Carolina Pass first point guard who sets up teammates well but has limited upside. Full Report Tyronn Lue
22
Egemen Guven
6-11 Turkey A versatile big man who can score the ball in a variety of ways.
23
6-5 Kentucky Scoring guard with nice size on the wing. Full Report

24
C
6-9 UNLV Solid rebounder and shot blocker with very nice physical tools. Full Report Adonal Foyle
25
6-7 LSU Talented scorer who plays with a lot of power and good energy. Full Report Matt Harpring
26
Damian James
6-10
Vanderbilt A strong and steady post player with a much improved shooting touch.
27
6-10
Kentucky Long and quick forward with nice upside but lacks strength. Full Report bigger Tyrus Thomas
28
6-8 LSU Aggressive baller with great athleticism and awesome timing as a shot blocker. Very strong and well built. Full Report Brandon Bass, Jeremy Grant
29
Brandon Ingram
6-8 NC A sweet shooting wing with great length.
30
6-6
North Carolina Has all the tools to be an NBA star. Excellent length and great scoring ability. Full Report Richard Hamilton


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