The 2018 NBA Draft is in the books, but some of the top basketball analysts are already projecting the next class of top prospects.
When looking at the 2019 draft class, there are several players you should bookmark. The top names in the NCAA include Duke teammates RJ Barrett, Cameron Reddish and Zion Williamson. Some others include North Carolina’s Nassir Little, Indiana’s Romeo Langford and international star Sekou Doumbouya, who recently signed with Limoges in France.
Also included are those who declared for the 2018 NBA Draft, but then decided to return to school. The top players in that situation are Jontay Porter (Missouri), Kris Wilkes (UCLA), Bruno Fernando (Maryland), Jalen McDaniels (San Diego State), PJ Washington (Kentucky) and Lindell Wigginton (Iowa State).
We will continue to post new results as more mock drafts are released and the 2019 NBA Draft nears. Expect plenty of changes to this list over the course of the year.
Alberto de Roa contributed research to this report
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