5. Jaren Jackson Jr. PF/C, Michigan State
How many Jr’s do we have on this list? Well, add another one in Michigan State’s Jaren Jackson Jr. The freshman appears poised to be a top 5 pick this June and could become a huge star.
At 6-foot-11, he possesses a 7-foot-4 wingspan and can affect both ends of the floor. He can do it all as well. Even though he only averaged 10.6 points per game, he added three blocks and 5.8 rebounds to go along with 39.6 percent from deep as well.
Even with all the talent in this draft class, Jackson Jr has the potential to be the best player five years down the road. That says a lot about his abilities and diverse game.