Chicago Bulls: 2019 NBA Draft prospect big board rankings

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9. Brandon Clarke, F, Gonzaga

A freakish athlete. Brandon Clarke is one of the top defensive players in this draft. He has good size at 6-foot-8, allowing him to slide to power forward in small ball situations. A stout rebounder and efficient scorer, Clarke is a prototypical old-school wing. Questions about his shooting are massive, as he will likely never be able to knock down threes.

Current NBA comparison: Luc Mbah a Moute

10. Coby White, G, UNC

Coby White was a well-regarded high school recruit in the class of 2018 and had a much better freshman season at UNC than most would have expected. His lightning quick speed and shooting ability are two of his biggest selling points.

A combo guard, White stands at 6-foot-5 inches and possesses the ability to play on and off of the ball. Questions about his ball handling, passing, and ceiling as a player hinder him, but he could be as high as the second point guard taken and a no doubt top-ten pick.

Current NBA comparison: Jamal Murray

11. Nassir Little, F, UNC

Like Cam Reddish, Nassir Little was one of the top prospects in the high school class of 2018 and failed to turn any heads in college due to a lack of playing time and touches. Little’s athleticism, defense, and three point promise make him a top project player in this draft. Due to the number question marks around the wing, he could go as high as nine and as low as in the late teens.

Current NBA comparison: Kawhi Leonard

12. Bol Bol, C, Oregon

The son of an NBA player, Bol Bol‘s college career was cut short due to injury. He posted incredible numbers in nine appearances, but questions about his thin, lanky frame have intensified due to the injury he suffered. His ability to handle the ball and shoot at a whopping 7ft 2 are impressive enough for some team to take a risk on him.

Current NBA comparison: Kristaps Porzingis

13. Rui Hachimura, F, Gonzaga

Rui Hachimura is as NBA-ready as they come. A very all-around player, Hachimura does not particularly excel at any one part of the game, but also has no holes. He has progressed in his time in college to become a decent three point shooter, proving that he may have a higher ceiling than most scouts believe.

Current NBA comparison: Thaddeus Young

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