2016 NBA Mock Draft

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Player
Pos.
Ht. Team Player Report Comp.
1
C
7-0 Bishop Gorman HS A long, mobile and talented big man with a great feel for the game. Full Report
2
6-3 Callaway HS An explosive combo guard with a lightening quick first step and great finishing and scoring ability. Full Report Taller Iverson
3
6-9 Bishop O'Dowd HS Young forward with great athleticism and length. Explodes off the floor and is a great finisher. Full Report Kevin Garnett
4
6-10 Montverde (LSU) Highly skilled and versatile forward who can score from anywhere on the floor. Full Report a better Drew Gooden
5
6-9 Our Savior New America HS Extremely athletic forward with great length, leaping ability and quickness. Full Report
6
6-10 Evangelical Christian HS Looks like LaMarcus Aldridge mixed with a little Tim Duncan. A fundamentally sound big man. Full Report LaMarcus Aldridge
7
C
7-0 Westtown, PA A well built center from Greece with very high upside. Full Report
8
6-4 Arizona Nice SG prospect who can handle the ball and get his own shot. Full Report
9
C
6-10 Dominican HS Huge center prospect who is unmovable in the lane. Full Report
10
6-7 UNC A very efficient player who doesn't always look dominant but is highly effective. Full Report
11
6-9 Cleveland Very big, quick and smooth with the ball. A multi-dimensional talent. Full Report
12
6-5 Kentucky Scoring guard with nice size on the wing. Full Report
13
Elijah Thomas
6-9 Prime Prep HS
14
6-4 Bosse High A big lead guard with terrific passing ability and ideal size for the position. Full Report Jrue Holiday
15
6-7 LSU Talented scorer who plays with a lot of power and good energy. Full Report
16
Rosco Allen
6-9 Stanford
17
Isaiah Hicks
6-9 UNC
18
Rasmus Larsen
C
7-0 Denmark
19
Goodluck Okonoboh
C
6-9 UNLV Solid rebounder with very nice physical tools.
20
6-9 Arkansas A long and active forward who needs to add weight and improve his ball skills. Full Report
21
6-1 Texas True floor general with great handles and top level speed. Full Report
22
6-8 LSU Aggressive baller with great athleticism and awesome timing as a shot blocker. Full Report
23
Mamadou Ndiaye
C 7-5 UC Irvine Massive center who needs time to develop.
24
D'Angelo Russell
6-4 Montverde Academy
25
Rysheed Jordan
6-3 St. Johns
26
Kris Dunn
6-3 Providence
27
Eric Mika
C
6-10 BYU Well built and powerful post player.
28
Keita Bates-Diop
6-7 Ohio State
29
Anthony Barber
6-2 NC State
30
Joel Berry
6-0 UNC A true point guard who can hit the three and score when needed.

Best of the Rest:
  • Isaiah Whitehead - SG - Seton Hall
  • Devin Booker - SG - Kentucky
  • Marcus LoVett Jr. - PG - HS
  • Mickey Mitchell - SF
  • Troy Williams - SF - Indiana
  • Marcus Foster - SG - Kansas State
  • Sidy Ndir - PG - Senegal
  • Amida Brimah - C - UConn
  • Sindarius Thornwell - SG - South Carolina
  • Reid Travis - PF - Stanford
  • Michal Cekovsky - C - Slovakia
  • Dominic Artis - PG - Oregon
  • Hunter Michelson - C - Kansas
  • Georges Niang - SF - Iowa State
  • Brannen Greene - SF - Kansas
  • Demetrius Jackson - PG - Notre Dame
  • Tyler Ulis - PG - Kentucky
  • Tonye Jekiri - C- Miami
  • Zak Irvin - SF - Michigan
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