Chicago Bulls: 2019 NBA Draft prospect big board rankings

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20. Grant Williams, F, Tennessee

A consensus All-American this past season, Grant Williams was one of the top players in the country in 2019-2020. He can do a bit of everything on the basketball court, and has no true holes in his game. His ceiling is not extremely high, but he should be able to find a role as a solid backup in the NBA.

Current NBA comparison: Draymond Green

21. Cameron Johnson, F, UNC

Cameron Johnson is one of the top pure shooters in this draft class. With the way the NBA is moving, commodities such as Johnson are hot in the draft market. At 6-foot-9, Johnson poses great size at the small forward position and has the rebounding skills to go with it.

He could improve defensively and his ceiling is not at the level of most NBA prospects, but Johnson will surely be off the board in the first round.

Current NBA comparison: Joe Ingles

22. Nickeil Alexander-Walker, G, Virginia Tech

Having a quietly solid sophomore season at VT in which he proved to be a legitimate two-way prospect, Nickeil Alexander-Walker proved himself to be a first round pick. As a combo guard, he has solid size and the ability to play both guard positions in the NBA. Although he took a step back as a three point shooter in his second college season, he still remains a legitimate three point threat going into his rookie season.

Current NBA comparison: Spencer Dinwiddie

23. Tyler Herro, G, Kentucky

A pure sharpshooter who shows signs of ability to score at a volume rate, Tyler Herro is a true modern NBA shooting guard. His ability to play off the ball will be intriguing to nearly every NBA team, but his defense could use some work.

Current NBA comparison: Kevin Huerter

24. K.Z. Okpala, F, Stanford

K.Z. Okpala is a very interesting prospect. At 6ft 9, his ability to shoot the basketball and rebound are phenomenal attributes to have as a small forward in today’s NBA. He shows the promise to be a legit NBA scoring threat, but his defense is cause for concern.

Current NBA comparison: Kyle Kuzma

25. Nicolas Claxton, F/C, UGA

The fastest riser on big boards and mock drafts, Nicolas Claxton seems to believe that he is going to be a lock for the first round. In the little research I have done on him relative to the other prospects in this class, he appears to be a solid rebounder and defender, but fails to meet the offensive standards for forwards in modern professional basketball.

Current NBA comparison: Taj Gibson

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