By John Raslowsky, PSO Asst. Director of Basketball Scouting
Jun 20, 2019

After a highlight filled year at Murray State, Morant is bringing his talents to the NBA. His combination of quickness and freakish athleticism should make him a top-3 pick. If he is able to put on muscle while maintaining these traits, Morant has the ceiling to become the best point guard in the league. A “Point God” one might say.

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White’s season at UNC erased any doubt that he would be able to produce against elite competition. It is clear that he is a natural scorer with the ability to create for his teammates. Questions about his size could drop his draft stock, but Coby dazzled enough in his college debut to become a top-10 draft pick.

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Coming out of high school Garland was the undisputed #1 point guard in the country. His knee injury and the emergence of other point guards shrunk his stock a little, but he still has huge potential and NBA skills that will only grow stronger. Additionally, his NBA pedigree helps ease the risk that teams are taking by picking Garland.

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