2. Wendell Carter Jr.
Wendell Carter Jr. was one thought to go outside of the top 10, but teams have fallen in love with him recently. He could even go as high as 7 or 8. If that’s the case, the Bucks likely wouldn’t have the assets to move up that far in the draft.
Regardless, Carter Jr. could be the answer to all their questions at center. He can do a little bit of everything at the position including knock down outside shots, block shots, switch on screens, finish around the rim and rebound the basketball. I think you get the point.
His ceiling may not be as high as some of the other prospects in the top 10, but he’s a safe bet. Even though he only played one season at Duke, he flashed a lot of different abilities and has a nice overall game. He’ll continue to develop it over the years, but comes in ready to make an impact from the jump.