2. Robert Franks, Wing (Washington State)
Current AMD Rank: No. 64 overall
After winning the Pac-12 Most Improved Player award in 2018, Washington State wing Robert Franks made All-Conference First Team this season. During his last collegiate campaign, Franks had the second-best three-point percentage (39.9 percent) in the conference.
He averaged 1.35 points per possession (94th percentile) off the catch, which ranked No. 12 overall among D1 players who had at least 100 opportunities. His offensive box plus-minus (5.4) and PER (24.1) both ranked Top 5 in the Pac-12.
Standing at 6-foot-9, there is a lot to like about his fit in the NBA. Franks has also showcased his ability as a triple threat in the pick-and-roll, flashing moments of brilliance as the ballhandler as a scorer and a passer and occasionally as the roll man.
Franks is projected to go No. 51 overall in the latest mock draft from NBADraft.net.
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