Chicago Bulls: Biggest 2019 NBA Draft Combine risers, fallers

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The Tennessee Volunteers have a few interesting cases for the 2019 NBA Draft coming out of a Rick Barnes-coached team that made a good run through the SEC and the NCAA Tournament all the way to the Sweet 16 last season. Former Tennessee junior starting point guard Jordan Bone was a big benefactor of this NBA Combine too.

All-around, Bone had a solid NBA Combine showing in the measurements, physical tests, and the scrimmages. He posted great vertical measurements, including the best overall standing vertical leap at 36.0 inches. His agility times were also standout, including his sub-10 second lane agility time.

All these numbers are important to follow for the Chicago Bulls since Bone could help fill the point guard depth need deeper down the rotation. Bone could see a rise all the way up to the beginning of the second round on draft boards. This is where the Bulls could jump into the conversation, with a pick early in the second round.

Bone also showed the ability to hit shots from the top of the key consistently. He was a decent three-point shooter in his three seasons with Tennessee, but he was roughly a career 36 percent shooter from beyond the arc. In this combine, Bone did everything he needed to show that he can fix his flaws at the next level.

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