4. Mohamed Bamba, C, Texas
Think of Mohamed Bamba as a rich man’s Thon Maker. At 7-foot and 207 pounds, he’s a tad bit stronger than Maker, but not by much.
During his only season at Texas, he averaged 12.9 points, 10.5 rebounds and 3.7 blocks per game. He also averaged 27.5 percent from the three-point line even though he only took 1.7 attempts per game. However, similar to Maker, he shows potential to be able to stretch the floor if he can become his best self.
Bamba would give the Bucks another lean, lanky option at center which might not be the best. Regardless, he’d instantly become the most talented center from Day 1 and would certainly have the highest ceiling of the group.