Gotta preface this by saying I don't think nor want us to keep our 3 first round picks. I don't think it's particularly good roster management considering how laden with young talent our current group already is.
I've got lots of spare time on my hands, so, considering the nature of this thread, I thought I'd put out my 4-5 guys to watch for each of our draft slots. Gotta keep in mind that this draft seems particularly volatile as soon as the top 3 is done.
Also keep in mind these are in no particular order - just guys I like who some of you might too.
With our Memphis pick, which I'm guessing to be in the 10-14 range:
Obi Toppin - 6'9 - 220lbs - 22 years old when drafted
Toppin is quite an old prospect, which will likely scare some people away, but it's also why I think he could fall to us. He scores with elite efficiency, and is really aggressive on the offensive end. His 3 point shot is a work in progress, but I project him to shoot the NBA 3 at around 34%. His advanced stats are pretty great, especially his PER, OBPM & DBPM. I think with his athleticism his inside scoring will translate to the NBA, with some of his moves reminding me of a young Amare, but with a bit less bounce. His defence is also solid too, and I think he has room to grow as a passer.
Jahmi'us Ramsey - 6'4 - 195lbs - 19 years old when drafted
Ramsey is a classic Texas Tech surprise climber, similar to Culver & Zhaire Smith. He's a really strong defender from what I've seen, is a good athlete, shoots 40% from deep on 5.5 attempts per game, and is a pretty solid rebounder. He is a little bit on the short side, but he has a 6'10 wingspan, and his defensive stats (like Def Rating, Def WS & DBPM) are all good. However, he's not at a position of need at all.
Paul Reed - 6'9 - 220lbs - 21 years old when drafted
Another older power forward prospect, but I love what he does. He's an amazing rebounder (11RPG), and has really great defensive numbers (3 blocks and 2 steals per game). He's also a solid, efficient scorer and a good free throw shooter. I love his motor, and he's a real killer on fast breaks, which is something this team seems to emphasise. At the moment his 3 point shot is lacking, but I think it's something he can develop, and I think he'd make a great partner next to the Williams' and Kanter.
Killian Hayes - 6'5 - 187lbs - 18 when drafted
He's really young, and is currently playing quite solidly in Germany. My one concern with him, or two rather, is his turnover and foul rates. But given his age, I think those are two things he can certainly work on. He's got legit size at the guard spot, and is a really good playmaker which combines nicely with his athleticism.
Tyrese Haliburton - 6'5 - 175lbs - 20 when drafted
Haliburton has been rising up lots of boards, and I've seen him going anywhere from 6-14. He's got great length and athleticism, is a really good passer, gets a lot of rebounds and steals, and scores efficiently from every level. He doesn't turn it over too often either. I really like his potential because of his BBIQ, and with Wanamaker likely on his way out I'd like to nab a guy like him.
With our own pick, 24-28 range:
Daniel Oturu - 6'10 - 240lbs - 20 when drafted
Oturu is an older big-man prospect who has absolutely lit it up at Minnesota this year. Averaging roughly 20/12 with 3 blocks, with a TS% of 63%. He's a really impressive athlete (7'2 wingspan too) who has a baby-soft touch on some of his finishes around the rim, and he is developing a shot. However, his passing leaves quite a lot to be desired, and he turns it over quite frequently. I don't know how problematic the latter qualm would be given his lesser role here, but still something to keep an eye on.
Vernon Carey Jr. - 6'10 - 265lbs - 19 when drafted
Carey Jr. is an absolute bull of a big-man, and uses that size to be an absolute terror on the interior for Duke. He really creates an impact, with quite awesome per-minute stats. He's not much of a shooter from deep or the free throw line, and he's not a great passer, but he averages 10FTA per-36 minutes, so if he works on his FT shooting he could be quite the force. He's too left-hand dominant at the moment, but he has strong potential on both sides.
Tyler Bey - 6'7 - 216lbs - 22 when drafted
An older wing - probably enough to scare most off around here. But he's an elite athlete, an elite rebounder, a strong defender and quite the efficient scorer. The only thing missing is a 3 point shot, but he's able to hit it at a higher percentage this season, and his free throw shooting is good, with a strong ability for generating foul shots. He's definitely not a need though.
Zeke Nnaji - 6'11 - 240lbs - 19 when drafted
He's a mobile big with legit size, and his athleticism has really stood out to me. He can shoot from all levels, hits free throws, but doesn't shoot all too much. He has a generally nice touch. I don't think he projects as an elite rim-protector, but I think he'll always be a solid defender, and he has the ability to be able to switch out onto wing players.
With the Bucks pick, 28-30:
Aleksej Pokusevski - 7' - 201lbs - 18 when drafted
He's a big Euro, but he's rail thin. I think the potential for a nasty stretch big is definitely there. He's a really solid rebounder, passer and defender at his current level, and his shooting touch is definitely there. I think he'd be a great stash guy as well - he's basically the anti-Yabu!
Jordan Nwora - 6'7 - 220lbs - 21 when drafted
He can play both wing spots, can shoot the triple and has the ability to score inside and hit free throws. However, his passing leaves a lot to be desired. If we don't take a wing with our first two picks then I could see him being a target.
Makur Maker - 7' - 233lbs - 19 when drafted
Not much is really known about him, but he's a hyper-athletic 7 footer with the ability to handle the ball and shoot. His frame seems a bit more NBA-ready than Thon, who is still only 221lbs. Might be worth taking a flier.
Tres Tinkle - 6'7 - 225lbs - 24 when drafted
He's older, but he's a sharpshooting wing. Reminds me of Duncan Robinson in terms of being an older sharpshooter, except his shooting is a bit worse but he seems to have a more solid all-round game.
Joel Ajayi - 6'5 - 180lbs - 20 when drafted
Ajayi is an interesting do-it-all guard for Gonzaga - the most noteworthy thing in his game is his crazy rebounding. I think he'd be a really fun bench piece. He's also a pretty good shooter who doesn't turn it over, and plays good defence. I think he'd be a fun pickup if we don't take any guards earlier.