Grant Riller Rumors

Bryan Kalbrosky: Leaders for max vertical 2020 NBA Draft Combine: Cassius Stanley: 44″ Tyler Bey: 43.5″ Jalen Harris: 42.5″ Udoka Azubuike: 41″ Lamar Stevens: 41″ Devon Dotson: 40.5″ Josh Green: 39.5″ Grant Riller: 39.5″ Kahlil Whitney: 39″ Yoeli Childs: 38.5 KJ Martin: 38.5″ Robert Woodard: 38″
Storyline: Draft Combine
Miami also was expected to view a group workout for Minnesota center Daniel Oturu and Arizona point guard Nico Mannion, both projected to possibly go in the 20s or 30s. And Miami has done a Zoom session with College of Charleston point guard Grant Riller, another strong shooter projected to go in the late 20s or 30s. (Miami doesn’t have a second-round pick.) Riller averaged 21.9 points and shot 36.2 percent on three-pointers as a senior last season.
Riller’s crafty ability to score — particularly around the rim — has helped him become a projected early-second round pick. Some league observers have even placed the 23-year-old at the end of the first round. He has already interviewed with teams such as the Heat (No. 20), Sixers (No. 21), Nuggets (No. 22), and Lakers (No. 28) and Raptors (No. 29).