Troy Brown Jr. might be one of the best case scenarios for Milwaukee. Some outlets have him projected to go a few picks earlier, but if he slides to 17 it could be a great thing.
Brown Jr. is yet another defensive wing (seeing a trend?), but brings quite a bit more to the table than the other two players. If the Bucks let Jabari Parker go in restricted free agency, Brown could become the replacement as the leader on the second unit.
At nearly 6-foot-7, he is a very creative playmaker with the ball in his hands. He can not only create shots for himself, but does a great job of setting up his teammates as well. Imagine him playing alongside Malcolm Brogdon in the backcourt on the second unit. It would give the Bucks two good playmakers to run the offense.
His jump shot and touch around the basket need a lot of work, but he’s a high IQ player who has the tools to turn that around. He only played one season at Oregon, so he has plenty of time and room to grow into his game.