We are beginning to get into the big name players now and some of the more popular picks in the draft.
Trae Young headlines this group at No. 10 and would bring a deep threat the Bucks desperately need. He could also take a year to learn from Bledsoe before being handed the reigns in 2019.
Wendell Carter Jr. is a versatile big man out of Duke. He may not be an elite athlete and often has to rely on playing below the rim, but he can do a little bit of everything. He’d immediately become the best big man on the Bucks’ roster.
Next up we have the Bridges brothers in Mikal and Miles. Mikal is a three-and-D prospect whose game touches a little bit of everything. Miles is a year younger and has a higher ceiling. If he can improve his ball-handling, he could turn himself into one of the better forwards in the NBA.
Michael Porter Jr. tops this page, but is a complete wildcard. He was in the conversation for the top pick entering the college season. Unfortunately, he missed most of it due to surgery on his back. When healthy he can score from anywhere on the floor and must be defended at all times.