10. Mikal Bridges, SF, Villanova
Mikal Bridges barely beats out his younger brother and earns himself a spot at No. 10. He made a huge leap from his sophomore to his junior campaign, averaging 17.7 points, 5.3 rebounds and 1.9 assists per game last season.
This Bridges is less athletic than his brother, but is a lot more polished. He has the potential to be a 3-and-D player in the NBA, as he knocked down 43.5 percent of his outside shots last season. That outside shooting ability is what knocks him one or two spots ahead of his brother.
He’s the perfect compliment to any roster, especially one like the Bucks who already have shot creators on their roster. Bridges could easily fill in and become a nice floor-spacer for Milwaukee.