21. Oklahoma City Thunder: Grant Williams, F, Tennessee
At 6’7″ and 235 pounds, Grant Williams is an odd fit for the NBA. He’s a wing player, but will likely need to cut some weight for the next level. He’s not a great athlete, but he is a really good, all-around basketball player. He’s a solid shooter and does all the little things well.
Williams would fit really well on an Oklahoma City team that could use some steadiness from the second unit.
22. Boston Celtics: Carsen Edwards, G, Purdue
Kyrie Irving could be headed out of Boston, so the Celtics may need to find a shot-making guard to help make up for that loss. Carsen Edwards is an undersized point guard, but the kid is an unbelievable shot-maker from anywhere on the court.
23. Utah Jazz: Cameron Johnson, F, North Carolina
As a senior this year, Cameron Johnson broke out in a big way for the Tar Heels. He averaged 16.9 points and 5.8 rebounds per game while shooting an absurd 45.7 percent from 3-point range. At 6’9″ and 210 pounds, Johnson has great size for the wing in the NBA.
He could step in right now as a solid 3-and-D man off the bench for the Jazz.
24. Philadelphia 76ers: Nickeil Alexander-Walker, G, Virginia Tech
Nickeil Alexander-Walker is a 6’6″ guard who can play both on or off the ball. He’s a physical ball-handler who has excellent vision and can guard every backcourt spot. His shot needs to get better, but that shouldn’t take long.
The Sixers would get a solid bench piece here.
25. Portland Trail Blazers: Talen Horton-Tucker, G, Iowa State
Talen Horton-Tucker is a fascinating player. The freshman guard/forward is a rugged player who can play ever spot on the floor other than center. He’s 6’4″ and 235 pounds who some have compared to Draymond Green.
Portland would be a solid landing spot for Horton-Tucker.