2020 NBA Mock Draft: Could Malachi Flynn Be A First-Rounder?

2020 NBA Mock Draft: Could Malachi Flynn Be A First-Rounder?

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2020 NBA Mock Draft: Could Malachi Flynn Be A First-Rounder?

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The Draft lottery has been set, and with it a flurry of new mock drafts and updated big boards. Here is an update on where Mountain West Players are projected to go.

Malachi Flynn: Flynn is the only Mountain West player who seems like a lock to get drafted somewhere. Teams love his winning pedigree, his ability in the pick and roll, and his 3 point range. The main concerns are his level of athleticism and size. Most places have him listed as an early second rounder, but it’s not hard to imagine a team in need of a point guard taking him in the late first.

Sports Illustrated – 28th to Lakers.

NBADraft.net – 44th to Chicago, 41st on the big board.

SBNation – 23rd to Jazz

Tankathon.com – 48th to Warriors, 41st on the big board

NBA Draft Room – 52nd to Kings

Mynbadraft.com – 36th to 76ers

Linups.com – outside 1st round, listed as a top sleeper

CBS Colin Ward-Henninger – 28th

Sam Merrill: Merrill has been gaining some traction lately and moving into people’s second rounds. Merrill can be a shot maker and even run a little offense. He also has a lot of experience and that could help him contribute earlier. The concerns are his defense, level of athleticism, and that he has already reached his ceiling.

Sports Illustrated – 57th to Clippers

NBADraft.net – N/A, 100st on the Big Board

Tankathon.com – 55th to the Nets, 55th on the big board

NBA Draft Room – 75th on the big board

Mynbadraft.com – 60th to Pelicans

Linups.com – outside 1st round, listed as a top sleeper

The Ringer – 41st on their big board

Jalen Harris: Jalen Harris was in more mock drafts earlier in the year, but has fallen out lately. It only takes one team to make the decision though. He has good size, decent athleticism, can score well from all levels and can create for others as well. Harris will likely get a training camp invite if he’s not picked toward the end of the second round.

NBA Draft Room: 50th to Hawks

Justinian Jessup: Jessup is likely too one dimensional to make an NBA roster. He’s a great shooter and has good height and length, but isn’t seen as a good enough defender to contribute at an NBA level.

NBA Draft Room – 90th on their big board

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