Chicago Bulls: 5 draft prospects the Bulls should look at

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1. Cam Reddish

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Cam Reddish has been one of the most disappointing prospects in this year’s draft. Many knew he was going to be behind RJ and Zion, but his inefficiency and so-so effort have warranted concern.

Reddish has shot 42% on 2 point field goals per which shows his lack of finishing ability at the basket. Cam Reddish has the skills to create enough space to get to the basket but he struggles to finish through contact when he gets there. Reddish’s rebounding percentage is very concerning for a player of his athletic talents (even if Zion is down there gobbling up Rebounds as his life depends on it).

Against Florida State, he reminded the world that he has the talent to be one of the 3 best players in this draft. Reddish had a sequence where he got a big block and finished an acrobatic reverse layup. Oh, and he knocked down 5 threes. That’s the player that Duke thought they were getting this year. That’s the player that NBA teams drafting in the top 5 want.

Next. The Bulls need to attach their name to Anthony Davis. dark

If Cam can become a Khris Middleton-type player then that would be a huge get for the Bulls. At 6’8, Cam’s ball handling, defensive ability, and shooting acumen would fill the wing spot that the Bulls lack.