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Top NBA Draft Propects for 2020
As the NBA approaches playoff time, it is time to take a look at potential prospects for the 2020 NBA Draft. As of right now, I think the consensus number one pick is Kyrie Irving. Below is a list of the top five NBA Draft prospects in 2020.
No.1: Kyrie Irving: Duke - The freshman from Duke has led his team to great success early on. Irving has shown leadership and poise at the end of games and is a great game manager. It is exciting to see 18 year old players with the type of maturity and calmness that Irving has in tough games. I expect Irving to be the number one pick in next year's draft and as of right now he would be going to the Cleveland Cavaliers. Cleveland is in a state of shock, following the Lebron James exit, and Irving may be the player they are looking for to turn the team around.
No.2: Jared Sullinger: Ohio State - Another freshman is at the top of my board. Lately, the NBA Draft has been loaded with 18 and 19 year olds and this year will be no different. Sullinger has been a force this year. I expect him to be an All-American and he may even be the number one pick next year. He is six inches taller than Irving, although he plays a different position and that may be enough to get him drafted higher. Sullinger is another player that I have been overly impressed with this season. He has shown great poise and confidence at the end of games and has shown his ability to close out games.
No.3: Perry Jones: Baylor - Baylor got a true steal in Perry Jones. The third freshman on this list is a 6'11" point forward that can take over games. He has taken Baylor from being a pretender to a contender in one season. I expect either the Timberwolves or the Kings to be drafting here and I think either team would take him. I wouldn't be surprised if Jones was drafted higher than this either. It isn't too often that you find a combination of size and athleticism that compares to what Perry Jones has.
No.4: Derrick Williams: Arizona - Williams is the first sophomore on this list and he has similar ties to Jared Sullinger. Both are around 6'8". Both have led their teams to successful seasons this year. Williams is another guy who could move up on draft boards if he takes his team far in the tournament. NBA general managers are looking for players who know how ti win ball games and Williams still needs to prove he can do that when it matters.
No. 5: Terrance Jones: Kentucky - Jones is a raw talented freshman who has shown big play ability all year long. I am a huge fan of Terrance Jones and I think he will go in the top ten for sure. Can you imagine what he could do for a team like the Milwaukee Bucks or Washington Wizards. If he was able to pair up with Brandon Jennings or John Wall those franchises would be turned around within a couple of years. I think Jones may be the top raw talent in the nation. He gets a little wild around the rim sometimes but makes up for it with big time blocked shots on the defensive end of the court.