Chicago Bulls: 2019 NBA Draft prospect big board rankings

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36. Dylan Windler, G/F, Belmont

I am not a fan of four-year players from small programs whatsoever, but Dylan Windler‘s numbers in college are too good to ignore. A 20 point-per-game guy who can rebound the ball at a high level, Windler is an elite shooter with great size at 6-foot-8 for the shooting guard position.

Windler is already 22 years old and has not played much elite competition, but his college career is too impressive for him to go far back in the second round.

Current NBA comparison: Sam Dekker

37. Mfiondu Kabengele, F, Florida State

A physical specimen, the 6ft 10 Mfiondu Kabengele is the exact mold for a modern NBA center. He shows shot blocking and three point presence, along with the ability to play above the rim. His potential is through the roof, but he could very well be a project that never pans out. He will more than likely not be NBA-ready for at least a full season.

Current NBA comparison: Pascal Siakam

38. Talen Horton-Tucker, G/F, Iowa State

Talen Horton-Tucker is considered a forward, but at 6-foot-4, there is no possible way he continues to play on the wing. Even for the shooting guard position, he is a bit undersized. His three point shooting makes scouts wonder if he will be able to make. successful transition to shooting guard, but the talent is very clearly there on both ends of the floor for the Chicago native.

Current NBA comparison: Marcus Smart

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