Best of the rest
Ayo Dosunmu, Point Guard (Illinois)
Maybe the deepest position in the 2020 NBA Draft class, and definitely on this big board, is point guard. The Illinois Fighting Illini do have a point guard with one of the more volatile draft stocks in this class with the 6-foot-5 and 185 sophomore Ayo Dosunmu. Head coach Brad Underwood did see the up and down shooter and turnover prone Dosunmu take Illinois to the point of NCAA Tournament single-digit seed contention.
Aaron Henry, Shooting Guard (Michigan State)
Expectations for the Michigan State Spartans were much higher than how they finished up the 2019-20 regular season. Star point guard Cassius Winston was a Naismith Award contender, but one of the real draft stock rises from this team came from sophomore shooting guard Aaron Henry. The 6-foot-6 length and well-rounded two-way game of a wing like Henry could make him worth the late second round risk in the draft.
Isaac Likekele, Point Guard (Oklahoma State)
One of the last standout point guards in college hoops to even play a game before the cancellation of all the conference tournaments and the Big Dance, Oklahoma State Cowboys sophomore Isaac Likekele has an interesting prospect profile. He’s one of the best defenders in this draft class if he decides to declare early for the 2020 NBA Draft.
Matthew Hurt, Power Forward (Duke)
The Duke Blue Devils were at least deep enough at almost every position to contend for a spot in the Final Four this year. One of the main reasons why college hoops fans could trust Duke to make a legit run to the Final Four was true freshman forward Matthew Hurt. This floor spacing big man shot nearly 40 percent from beyond the arc in his one season in Durham and fits well into the modern NBA at his position.