NBA Mock Draft 2020

LATEST NBA MOCK DRAFT for 2020

The competition for the number one pick has started and Anthony Edwards, Lamelo Ball, and James Wiseman lead the way.  This is the latest basketball mock draft based on all factors player production, eligibility, physical dimensions, NBA readiness, and lastly potential. The 2020 NBA Draft is June 25, 2020.

The NBA Draft includes college basketball players, international players, and high school players.  College players who have finished their four-year college eligibility are automatically eligible for selection, while the underclassmen must officially declare their eligibility and give up their remaining college eligibility. There are special exceptions that allow players to explore professional value and status.

International players who are at least 22 years old are automatically eligible for selection, while the players younger than 22 have to declare their eligibility.

Players who are not automatically eligible but have declared their eligibility are often called early-entry candidates or early entrance draft prospects. 

Take a look. 

2020 Mock Draft Position, Team: Player

  • Height
  • Weight
  • Position
  • School
  • Class

1 - New York: Anthony Edwards

  • 6-4
  • 210
  • SG
  • Georgia
  • Fr.

NBA body, can shoot off the dribble, can shoot the three, can shoot the spot up. A combination guard that has great length, plays like a young Mitch Richmond. Can bring the ball up the floor, can pull up for 3 or go to the basket. Shows energy on defense and plays with an IQ. It would be a great pick for the Knicks. Development is key. 

2 - Cleveland: James Wiseman

  • 7-1
  • 235
  • C
  • Memphis
  • Fr.

Long, long, athletic and long. He will need some development like all the young players. But was coached by Penny Hardaway who is someone that cares about all aspects of personal development. 

3 - Phoenix: LaMelo Ball

  • 6-8
  • 180
  • PG
  • USA
  • Intl.

Special, special talent. He is a beautiful combination of Pete Maravich, Jason Williams, and Lamar Odom players that are in the hall of fame, have won championships and who entertained. Lamelo at first glance seems like he plays to loose, but in reality, he can play at his own speed. He has more experience playing against diverse competition than anyone in the draft. His mental toughness is what sets him apart. Do not forget this is an 18-year-old traveling the world staying focused, competing against grown men and doing it without losing his game. Going to phoenix allows him to learn behind Rubio for a year or two and then take over the point role. Phoenix and Lamelo are a match made in heaven. 

4 - Chicago - Isaiah Stewart

  • 6-9
  • 245
  • PF/C
  • Washington
  • Fr.

Athletic, strong and is physically ready for the NBA. It can still develop the nuances of post footwork and moves. 

5 - Atlanta: Theo Maledon

  • 6-5
  • 175
  • PG
  • France

Another prospect from France. Great size for a point guard, and additionally has internationally play experience as a youth. Solid pick! 

Intl. - 6: Washington: Cole Anthony

  • 6-2
  • 185
  • PG
  • Undecided
  • Fr.

Could he come in and take over the point. Or will Wall be ready to play? 

7 - New Orleans: Nico Mannion

  • 6-2
  • 175
  • PG
  • Arizona
  • Fr.

Great ball handler, unselfish, can shoot three and score. 

8 - Memphis: Deni Avdija

  • 6-8
  • 210
  • SF
  • Israel
  • Intl.

9 - Dallas: Jaden McDaniels

  • 6-10
  • 185
  • SF/PF
  • Undecided
  • Fr.

10 - Minnesota: Killian Hayes

  • 6-5
  • 195
  • PG
  • France
  • Intl.

11 - LA Lakers: Precious Achiuwa

  • 6-9
  • 225
  • SF/PF
  • Undecided
  • Fr.

11 - LA Lakers: RJ Hampton

  • 6-4
  • 175
  • PG/SG
  • Undecided
  • Intl.

12 - Charlotte: Ochai Agbaji

  • 6-5
  • 210
  • SG
  • Kansas
  • So.

13 - Miami: N'Faly Dante

  • 6-11
  • 240
  • C
  • Mali
  • Fr.

14 - Sacramento: Charles Bassey

  • 6-10
  • 240
  • PF/C
  • Western Kentu...
  • So.

15 - Detroit: Jalen Smith

  • 6-10
  • 215
  • PF
  • Maryland
  • So.

16 - Orlando: Precious Achiuwa

  • 6-9
  • 225
  • SF/PF
  • Undecided
  • Fr.

17 - Brooklyn: Samuell Williamson

  • 6-6
  • 185
  • SG/SF
  • Louisville
  • Fr.

18 - Indiana: Scottie Lewis

  • 6-5
  • 180
  • SG/SF
  • Florida
  • Fr.

19 - San Antonio: Tyler Bey

  • 6-7
  • 215
  • SF/PF
  • Colorado
  • Jr.

20 - LA Clippers: Amar Sylla

  • 6-9
  • 195
  • PF
  • Senegal
  • Intl.

21 - Oklahoma Cty: Vernon Carey

  • 6-10
  • 265
  • PF/C
  • Duke
  • Fr.

22 - Boston: Ashton Hagans

  • 6-3
  • 190
  • PG
  • Kentucky
  • So.

23 - Utah: Arturs Zagars

  • 6-3
  • 170
  • PG
  • Latvia
  • Intl.

24 - Philadelphia: Devon Dotson

  • 6-1
  • 180
  • PG
  • Kansas
  • So.

25 - Portland: AJ Lawson

  • 6-6
  • 165
  • SG
  • South Carolina
  • So.

26 - Houston: Steve Enoch

  • 6-10
  • 250
  • C
  • Louisville
  • Sr.

27 - Golden St.: Tyrese Maxey

  • 6-2
  • 190
  • SG
  • Kentucky
  • Fr.

28 - Toronto: Aaron Wiggins

  • 6-6
  • 180
  • SG
  • Maryland
  • So.

29 - Milwaukee: Jordan Nwora

  • 6-7
  • 220
  • SF
  • Louisville
  • Jr.

30 - Ney York: Tyrese Haliburton

  • 6-5
  • 160
  • PG
  • Iowa St.
  • So

32 - Cleveland: Mamadi Diakite

  • 6-9
  • 230
  • PF
  • Virginia
  • Sr.

33 - Phoenix: Ayo Dosunmu

  • 6-4
  • 185
  • PG/SG
  • Illinois
  • So.

34 - Chicago: Tre Jones

  • 6-2
  • 185
  • PG
  • Duke
  • So.

35 - Atlanta: Josh Langford

  • 6-5
  • 210
  • SG
  • Michigan St.
  • Sr.

36 - Washington: Paul Reed

  • 6-9
  • 210
  • PF
  • DePaul
  • Jr.

37 - New Orleans: Rayshaun Hammonds

  • 6-8
  • 235
  • PF
  • Georgia
  • Jr.

38 - Memphis: CJ Elleby

  • 6-6
  • 185
  • SF
  • Washington St...
  • So.

39 - Dallas: Nick Richards

  • 6-11
  • 245
  • C
  • Kentucky
  • Jr.

40 - Minnesota: TyShon Alexander

  • 6-4
  • 200
  • PG/SG
  • Creighton
  • So.

41 - LA Lakers: Malachi Flynn

  • 6-2
  • 175
  • PG
  • San Diego St.
  • Jr.

42 - Charlotte: Biram Faye

  • 6-9
  • 225
  • SF/PF
  • Senegal
  • Intl.

43 - Miami: Chris Smith

  • 6-8
  • 205
  • SF/PF
  • UCLA
  • Jr.

44 - Sacramento: Lamar Stevens

  • 6-7
  • 230
  • SF/PF
  • Penn State
  • Sr.

45 - Detroit: Chris Clarke

  • 6-6
  • 215
  • SF
  • Virginia Tech
  • Sr.

46 - Orlando: Paul Eboua

  • 6-7
  • 210
  • SF
  • Italy
  • Intl.

47 - Brooklyn: Markus Howard

  • 5-11
  • 175
  • PG
  • Marquette
  • Sr.

48 - Indiana: Cassius Winston

  • 6-1
  • 185
  • PG
  • Michigan St.
  • Sr.

49 - San Antonio: Omer Yurtseven

  • 7-0
  • 275
  • C
  • Georgetown
  • Jr.

50 - LA Clippers - Jordan Bowden

  • 6-5
  • 185
  • SG
  • Tennessee
  • Sr.

51 - Oklahoma Cty: Rob Edwards

  • 6-4
  • 200
  • SG
  • Arizona St.
  • Sr.

52 - Boston: Udoka Azubuike

  • 6-11
  • 280
  • C
  • Kansas
  • Sr.

53 - Utah: Austin Wiley

  • 6-10
  • 260
  • C
  • Auburn
  • Sr.

54 - Philadelphia: Killian Tillie

  • 6-10
  • 220
  • PF
  • Gonzaga
  • Sr.

55 - Portland: Javin DeLaurier

  • 6-9
  • 235
  • PF
  • Duke
  • Sr.

56 - Houston - Kerry Blackshear

  • 6-10
  • 260
  • PF/C
  • Virginia Tech
  • Sr.

57 - Denver: Alpha Diallo

  • 6-6
  • 210
  • SG/SF
  • Providence
  • Sr.

58 - Golden St.: Seth Towns

  • 6-7
  • 215
  • SF
  • Harvard
  • Jr.

59 - Toronto: Neemias Queta

  • 7-0
  • 225
  • C
  • Utah State
  • So.

60 - Milwaukee: Markell Johnson

  • 6-1
  • 175
  • PG
  • NC State
  • Sr.

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