Chicago Bulls: 3 draft sleepers with the highest ceiling

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1) Chicago Bulls draft sleepers with high ceilings

Durham, NC. Josh Hall. Pick Analysis. Forward. 1. player. 24. Scouting Report

The most unknown 2020 NBA Draft prospect on this list, because he elected to pass on the traditional college hoops route, is the former elite four-star recruit and North Carolina native forward Josh Hall. The lengthy and athletic 6-foot-9 and 190 pound Moravian Prep product hailing out of Durham, NC, Hall is hard to get an exact read on.

With more and more recruits coming out of high school passing on playing college basketball and going straight into the NBA Draft or the G-League, scouting becomes more and more chaotic. There’s another source of talent added to the draft, and it gives another dynamic to the second round to stack up depth for the future.

The offensive game could still use refining for Hall, but he is just a gifted player on that end of the floor. He’s a good shooter from almost anywhere on offensive half and he’s actually a capable primary ball handler and creator. If he adds more size and strength to his frame, then he could be tough and efficient when driving the lane.

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Coming out of Moravian Prep, Hall ranked as the nation’s No. 31 2020 high school prospect, No. 5 small forward, and No. 2 prospect out of North Carolina (247Sports Composite). He looked like he was going to commit to the NC State Wolfpack at one point in time, but elected to go pro immediately.

If Hall does work on his defensive game, then you could be looking at a real gem find potentially in the late second round of the 2020 draft.

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