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Matthew Maurer's 2016 Mock Draft E-mail
Last Mock Update: 06/23/2016
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Order Team Pick Ht. Wt. Pos. College Year
1. Philadelphia Ben Simmons 6-10 230 SF/PF LSU FR.
2. LA Lakers Brandon Ingram 6-9 195 SF Duke FR.
3. Boston Jamal Murray 6-5 205 PG/SG Kentucky FR.
4. Phoenix Marquese Chriss 6-10 225 PF Washington FR.
5. Minnesota Kris Dunn 6-4 205 PG Providence JR.
6. New Orleans Buddy Hield 6-4 215 SG Oklahoma SR.
7. Denver Dragan Bender 7-0 215 PF Maccabi INT.
8. Sacramento Jaylen Brown 6-7 225 SF California FR.
9. Toronto Domantas Sabonis 6-10 240 PF Gonzaga SO.
10. Milwaukee Jakob Poeltl 7-0 240 C Utah SO.
11. Orlando Henry Ellenson 6-10 230 PF Marquette FR.
12. Atlanta Wade Baldwin 6-3 195 PG Vanderbilt SO.
13. Phoenix Skal Labissiere 6-11 220 PF/C Kentucky FR.
14. Chicago Dejounte Murray 6-5 170 PG Washington FR.
15. Denver Timothe Luwawu 6-7 205 SG/SF Mega Leks INT.
16. Boston Deyonta Davis 6-10 240 PF Michigan State FR.
17. Memphis DeAndre' Bembry 6-5 205 SG St. Joseph's JR.
18. Detroit Thon Maker 7-1 210 PF Athlete Institute H.S. HS-PG
19. Denver Ivica Zubac 7-0 245 C Meg Leks INT.
20. Indiana Brice Johnson 6-9 225 PF North Carolina SR.
21. Atlanta Cheick Diallo 6-9 220 PF Kansas FR.
22. Charlotte Malachi Richardson 6-6 200 SG Syracuse FR.
23. Boston Furkan Korkmaz 6-7 175 SG Anadolu Efes INT.
24. Philadelphia Tyler Ulis 5-10 150 PG Kentucky SO.
25. LA Clippers Denzel Valentine 6-6 220 SG/SF Michigan State SR.
26. Philadelphia Patrick McCaw 6-6 180 SG UNLV SO.
27. Toronto Malik Beasley 6-5 195 SG Florida State FR.
28. Phoenix Ante Zizic 6-11 230 C/PF Cibona Zagreb INT.
29. San Antonio Demetrius Jackson 6-1 200 PG Notre Dame JR.
30. Golden St. Stephen Zimmerman 7-0 240 PF/C UNLV FR.
31. Boston Juan Hernangomez 6-9 225 PF Estudiantes INT.
32. LA Lakers Diamond Stone 6-10 250 C/PF Maryland FR.
33. LA Clippers Ben Bentil 6-8 230 SF/PF Providence SO.
34. Phoenix Guerschon Yabusele 6-8 260 PF SPO Rouen INT.
35. Boston Taurean Prince 6-7 220 SF Baylor SR.
36. Milwaukee Caris LeVert 6-7 190 SG Michigan SR.
37. Houston Pascal Siakam 6-9 230 PF New Mexico State SO.
38. Milwaukee Robert Carter Jr. 6-8 245 PF Maryland JR.
39. New Orleans Isaiah Whitehead 6-4 210 SG Seton Hall SO.
40. New Orleans Rade Zagorac 6-9 205 SF/SG Mega Basket INT.
41. Orlando Michael Gbinije 6-7 200 SG/SF Syracuse SR.
42. Utah Troy Williams 6-7 215 SF Indiana JR.
43. Houston Joel Bolomboy 6-9 230 PF Weber State SR.
44. Atlanta Zhou Qi 7-2 210 C Xinjiang INT.
45. Boston Damian Jones 7-0 245 C Vanderbilt JR.
46. Dallas Gary Payton III 6-2 185 PG Oregon State SR.
47. Orlando Malcolm Brogdon 6-5 225 SG Virginia SR.
48. Chicago Isaia Cordinier 6-4 195 SG Denain INT.
49. Detroit Chinanu Onuaku 6-10 245 C Louisville SO.
50. Indiana Paul Zipser 6-8 210 SF/SG Bayern INT.
51. Boston Kahlil Felder 5-9 175 PG Oakland JR.
52. Utah Dorian Finney-Smith 6-8 220 SF/PF Florida SR.
53. Denver Ron Baker 6-4 220 SG Wichita State SR.
54. Atlanta Petr Cornelie 6-11 210 PF/C Le Mans INT.
55. Brooklyn AJ Hammons 7-0 260 C Purdue SR.
56. Denver Anthony Barber 6-2 185 PG/SG North Carolina State JR.
57. Memphis Georgios Papagiannis 7-2 244 C Panathinaikos INT.
58. Boston Jake Layman 6-9 205 SF/PF Maryland SR.
59. Sacramento Kyle Wiltjer 6-10 240 SF/PF Gonzaga SR.
60. Utah Gracin Bakumanya 6-11 220 C/PF Antibes INT.
 

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0 #8 tepry 123 2015-04-15 19:33
no dez wells?
 
 
+1 #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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