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Matthew Maurer's 2017 Mock Draft E-mail
Last Mock Update: 6/19/2017
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Order Team Pick Ht. Wt. Pos. College Year
1. Philadelphia Markell Fultz 6-4 195 SG/PG Washington FR.
2. LA Lakers Lonzo Ball 6-6 190 PG UCLA FR.
3. Boston Josh Jackson 6-8 207 SF Kansas FR.
4. Phoenix Jayson Tatum 6-8 205 SF Duke FR.
5. Sacramento De'Aaron Fox 6-3 187 PG Kentucky FR.
6. Orlando Jonathan Isaac 6-10 210 SF/PF Florida State FR.
7. Minnesota Malik Monk 6-3 200 SG Kentucky FR.
8. New York Dennis Smith 6-3 195 PG North Carolina St. FR.
9. Dallas Lauri Markkanen 7-0 230 PF Arizona FR.
10. Sacramento Zach Collins 7-0 230 C/PF Gonzaga FR.
11. Charlotte Frank Ntilikina 6-2 190 PG Strasbourg INT.
12. Detroit Donovan Mitchell 6-3 200 SG Louisville SO.
13. Denver Jarrett Allen 6-11 235 C/PF Texas FR.
14. Miami John Collins 6-10 225 PF Wake Forest SO.
15. Portland OG Anunoby 6-8 235 SF Indiana SO.
16. Chicago T.J. Leaf 6-10 225 PF UCLA FR.
17. Milwaukee Justin Jackson 6-8 210 SF North Carolina JR.
18. Indiana Justin Patton 7-0 215 C/PF Creighton FR.
19. Atlanta Edrice Adebayo 6-10 260 C/PF Kentucky FR.
20. Portland Luke Kennard 6-5 200 SG Duke SO.
21. OK City Ike Anigbogu 6-10 250 C/PF UCLA FR.
22. Brooklyn D.J. Wilson 6-10 235 PF Michigan JR.
23. Toronto Harry Giles 6-10 240 PF Duke FR.
24. Utah Terrance Ferguson 6-7 185 SG/SF Adelaide INT.
25. Orlando Isaiah Hartenstein 6-11 250 PF Zalgiris INT.
26. Portland Ivan Rabb 6-11 220 PF California SO.
27. Brooklyn Tony Bradley 6-10 250 C/PF North Carolina FR.
28. LA Lakers Frank Jackson 6-3 200 PG Duke FR.
29. San Antonio Anzejs Pasecniks 7-2 230 C Gran Canaria B INT.
30. Utah Semi Ojeleye 6-7 240 PF/SF Southern Methodist JR.
31. Atlanta Jawun Evans 6-1 190 PG Oklahoma St. SO.
32. Phoenix Jordan Bell 6-8 225 PF/SF Oregon JR.
33. Orlando Kyle Kuzma 6-9 220 PF Utah JR.
34. Sacramento Tyler Lydon 6-9 223 PF/SF Syracuse SO.
35. Orlando Caleb Swanigan 6-9 250 PF Purdue SO.
36. Philadelphia Derrick White 6-4 190 PG/SG Colorado SR.
37. Boston Johnathan Motley 6-9 230 PF Baylor JR.
38. Chicago Wesley Iwundu 6-7 195 SF/SG Kansas State SR.
39. Philadelphia Josh Hart 6-5 215 SG Villanova SR.
40. New Orleans Edmond Sumner 6-5 175 PG/SG Xavier SO.
41. Charlotte Mathas Lessort 6-9 235 PF Nanterre INT.
42. Utah Jonah Bolden 6-10 215 PF/SF FMP Beograd INT.
43. Houston Alec Peters 6-9 235 SF/PF Valparaiso SR.
44. New York Dillon Brooks 6-6 220 SF Oregon JR.
45. Houston P.J. Dozier 6-6 205 SG/PG South Carolina SO.
46. Philadelphia Tyler Dorsey 6-4 185 SG Oregon SO.
47. Indiana Monte Morris 6-3 175 PG Iowa State SR.
48. Milwaukee Dwayne Bacon 6-7 221 SG/SF Florida State SO.
49. Denver Jaron Blossomgame 6-7 220 SF/PF Clemson SR.
50. Philadelphia Frank Mason 6-0 190 PG Kansas SR.
51. Denver Cameron Oliver 6-7 220 PF/SF Nevada SO.
52. Washington Sindarius Thornwell 6-5 211 SG South Carolina SR.
53. Boston Vlatko Cancar 6-8 210 SF/PF Mega Leks INT.
54. Phoenix Damyean Dotson 6-6 205 SF/SG Houston SR.
55. Utah Kobi Simmons 6-5 175 SG/PG Arizona FR.
56. Boston Aleksandar Vezenkov 6-9 225 PF/SF FC Barcelona INT.
57. Brooklyn Devin Robinson 6-8 200 SF Florida JR.
58. New York Nigel Williams-Goss 6-3 195 PG Gonzaga JR.
59. San Antonio Kennedy Meeks 6-10 260 C/PF North Carolina SR.
60. Atlanta Alpha Kaba 6-9 230 PF Mega Leks INT.
 

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0 #8 tepry 123 2015-04-15 19:33
no dez wells?
 
 
+3 #7 Sk5860 2015-01-26 21:49
Kris Dunn from Providence made the Sporting News midseason All American second team and you don't have him in your top 60. He is leading the nation in assists and is ninth in steals. In addition to averaging 14 points.
 
 
0 #6 4realballer 2013-01-28 02:15
Don't blame ucla freshman "Jordan Adams" D freshman as usual put up bout 20 points again with the lost of ucla vs. arizona. "Adams" is the "Truth" from OakHill academy but it takes an entire team & smart coaching
 
 
0 #5 4realballer 2013-01-28 02:09
Don't be mad because ucla lost vs, arizona because the "Truth" "Jordan Adams" did his thang again, and again scoring bout 20 pts. Don't discredit, r lessen this freshman stock because it takes a entire team & smart coaching to win!!
 
 
0 #4 4realballer 2013-01-16 21:37
"Adams" from the beginning in November to now, and with or without the hypest players around him, "J Adams" #3 freshman from UCLA stats are legit!! His scoring, assist,steals etc is still top in pac-12.He;s pulled them out of some sticky situations so far.. Unselfish player!!
 
 
0 #3 4realballer 2013-01-16 21:31
Freshman "Jordan Adams" UCLA, 5th highest scorer in pac-12, and 5th in 3 pointers!!
 
 
0 #2 realdeal 2011-11-27 15:04
Jeremy lamb is #1/A. Harrison barnes is ready, but keep :o all that trash in school, ( myck kabongo). Players like that ( lockouts)help contribute to
 
 
0 #1 roderick fleming 2011-08-31 13:27
will he be picked for the next nba draft
 

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