Bryant's Draft Scouting Reports
What do the Kings first six workouts tell us about their 2019 Draft plans?
The Colossal Titan’s value is clear; he’s got top-of-the-2K-slider length, and he knows how to use it. But while his shot-blocking abilities and promising summer workout schedule make him an enticing prospect, he’s more of a project on offense than his eventual draft slot will suggest.
High effort and higher verticality define Bagley’s game, but he’s got some major concerns around his defensive awareness and his offensive polish.
The three-level scoring machine comes with one major question: can he regain the alluring star power he displayed before back surgery limited his lone college season?
The Michigan State big has the tools, effort level, and skills to be an ideal modern NBA big man.
The brute force that the Bahamian titan can throw around was unmatched in college, and while it’s fair to question his full ceiling given his defensive weaknesses, his combination of low-post success, face-up game potential, and physical tools make him arguably the best prospect in the class.
With the NCAA Tournament entering its final games, we take a look at how the top remaining prospects fared.
Yeah, it’s January. But this collegiate season has been much too good to ignore.
With draft day nearly upon us, we take a look at ten players expected to go in the second round that Sacramento might be looking at drafting.