Jonathan Givony projects the top 60 prospects in the class.
- 1R.J. BarrettDukeSG
- 2Nassir LittleNorth CarolinaSF
- 3Zion WilliamsonDukePF
- 4Cameron ReddishDukeSF
- 5Romeo LangfordIndianaSF
- 6Quentin GrimesKansasSG
- 7Keldon JohnsonKentuckySF
- 8Sekou DoumbouyaGuineaPF
- 9Darius GarlandVanderbiltPG
- 10Bol BolOregonC
- 11De'Andre HunterVirginiaPF
- 12Rui HachimuraGonzagaPF
- 13Eric PaschallVillanovaPF
- 14Daniel GaffordArkansasC
- 15Herb JonesAlabamaSF
- 16Ja MorantMurray StatePG
- 17P.J. WashingtonKentuckyPF
- 18Jarrett CulverTexas TechSG
- 19Luka SamanicCroatiaPF
- 20Charles BasseyWestern KentuckyC
- 21Kevin PorterUSCSG
- 22Jontay PorterMissouriC
- 23Lugentz DortArizona StateSG
- 24Jalen SmithMarylandPF
- 25Nickeil Alexander-WalkerVirginia TechSG
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