3. Troy Brown Jr.
Troy Brown Jr. is the second and final non-point on this list. And he probably has as good of a chance as anyone at being selected by the Bucks. He’s slipped a bit in recent mock drafts and is now typically associated with the San Antonio Spurs and pick No. 18.
Similar to Smith, Brown isn’t an established shooter. Instead, he’s more of a shot creator thanks to his advance ball-handling abilities. He uses his creativeness along with his high I.Q. to create open looks for himself and others.
He also plays hard on defense and would be a huge addition on that end of the court. At just under 6-foot-7, he can defend multiple positions. This would take some pressure off Snell and Middleton and allow the latter to continue focusing on offense.
He should still be on the board when the Bucks come up so they’ll have every chance to grab him. Whether they do or not is a whole separate question.