14. Memphis Grizzlies – Corey Kispert, G, Gonzaga
It’s actually quite rare for a four-year college player to be selected in the draft lottery, but rounding out the top 14 is Corey Kispert. The Memphis Grizzlies have a solid core in Ja Morant and Jaren Jackson Jr. They could use complementary players to help this team take another step forward up the West standings.
Arguably the best complementary player in college basketball this season was Kispert. Many believe that he’s the best shooter in this draft class, but he proved he can be more than that during his senior season at Gonzaga.
Kispert averaged 19 points and five rebounds per game on 53 percent shooting from the field and 44 percent shooting from 3-point range.