Despite missing the majority of the 2018-19 campaign due to a foot injury, Bol averaged over 21 points per game, 9.6 rebounds and 2.7 blocks in nine games. We got the opportunity to view Bol as a member of the Cal Supreme Elite AAU squad during the 2017 Nike EBYL tour. Many of the characteristics that were on display during his short stint at Oregon shined regularly on the AAU circuit. His father, the late Manute Bol, was one of the NBA’s top shot blockers during his career. While not quite as tall as his 7’7″ father, the younger Bol does contain a 7’7″ wingspan.
Despite going down to two knee injuries in 2018-19, former Missouri forward Jontay Porter still has an outside shot of hearing his name called in the 2019 NBA Draft. Prior to his injury, Porter -the younger brother of Denver Nuggets 2018 first-round pick Michael Porter, Jr.- was considered a potential first-round pick in this year’s draft. Blessed with a seven-foot wingspan, the former Tiger displays range and above average footwork on the floor. As a freshman, he shot 36-percent from three-point range and 75-percent from the free throw line. We spotlight his matchup with Sacramento Kings forward Marvin Bagley during the 2017 Nike EBYL Peach Jam while a member of the Mokan Elite AAU squad.
Duke PF Marvin Bagley III averaged 21 points and 11.1 rebounds per game in 2017-18 to earn consensus first-team All-American honors. DraftNasty went inside his game the last two summers during the Nike EBYL Peach Jam while he starred for the Nike Phoenix Phamily AAU squad. During the 2017 Peach Jam, Bagley III averaged 24.6 points, 14 rebounds, 2 assists 2.6 blocks and 1.6 steals per game. His versatile game gives future NBA suitors plenty of options.