Chicago Bulls: Biggest 2019 NBA Draft Combine risers, fallers

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One of those prospects that almost said everything right during his 2019 NBA Draft Combine interview when he addressed the media for around three minutes was former Kentucky Wildcats standout true freshman shooting guard Tyler Herro. That was about the only positive that we saw from a prospect that saw a rise up draft boards from his showing in the NCAA Tournament.

It seemed like Herro showed a good combination of confidence and open feelings toward wherever he would land in this draft. He is likely to still be a first round pick. His game is very suited toward the modern style of play in the NBA. Herro helps space the floor and can run quickly in transition.

The main reason why Herro mainly hurt his draft stock at the combine was the wingspan he measured in at 6-foot-3. That’s why he wasn’t able to do himself any favors at the combine. This is one of those situations that just is what it is though. Herro needs to have good combine workouts to prove this won’t hold him back at the next level.

Although he didn’t really need to, Herro could’ve shown off his talents a bit by shooting in the workouts at the combine. The Chicago Bulls likely won’t have the opportunity to take Herro in this draft, unless he slips very far early into the second round. He would be a nice fit with the Bulls thanks to his outside shooting ability.

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