NBA Draft: Buying or selling the top 10 prospects as future stars

NBA Draft prospect Keon Johnson (John Reed-USA TODAY Sports)
NBA Draft prospect Keon Johnson (John Reed-USA TODAY Sports) /
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Jalen Suggs
NBA Draft prospect Jalen Suggs (Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports) /

NBA Draft prospect: Jalen Suggs, Gonzaga

At least for me personally, Jalen Suggs is my second-best prospect. In just one season at Gonzaga, he seemed as close to a complete package as there is in this draft class (other than Cunningham, at No. 1). That said, should he fall out of the top 2, there’s going to be a team picking at No. 3 that is going to leave draft night very happy.

Suggs has good size (at 6-foot-4) for a point guard, is a good defender, and can be a true motor for any offense. He also showed the ability to score at will when needed. Suggs is coming off a freshman season in which he averaged 14 points, five rebounds, and five assists per game while nearly leading the Zags to a perfect season.

Suggs seems like the complete package for me and I believe that he’s going to inject renewed confidence and excitement for a franchise that is in desperate need of it. He has the chance to be really good right away.

Star potential: Buy