These players are unquestionably out of the Bucks’ reach, but this is still a projection of where they’d have these players ranked on their Big Board.
Mikal Bridges, the older of the Bridges brothers, is an all-around player. He may not excel in any one area, but he can do a little bit of everything. He’ll likely be a great fit for the Philadelphia 76ers, as they already have the stars to surround him.
Trae Young is perhaps the biggest name on this list. He had a tremendous season at Oklahoma despite falling off toward the end. He’d be a great fit on the Bucks given his amazing three-point range. Of course, that would be dependant on his ability to play off the ball.
Miles Bridges is similar to his brother in that he’s a do it all type of player. The biggest difference is this Bridges has a much higher ceiling and has the potential to develop into a go-to scorer if everything pans out.
Wendell Carter Jr. has been a steady riser on draft boards, as he continues to impress scouts. He’d be a great fit on the Bucks, although that’s not going to happen. He can do everything from the center position and would immediately help Milwaukee’s rebounding woes.
Michael Porter. Jr. is somewhat of a question mark. Before the year, he was in the conversation as the top overall pick. However, he missed most of his freshman year due to an injury.