2022 NBA Draft Big Board: Version 2.0

Last month, we broke down 7 sleepers in the 2022 NBA Draft along with releasing a 2022 Big Board Version 1.0, and a lot has already changed. You know what they say, new year, new board.

In this board, we dive into the top 60 prospects followed by a group of 60+ prospects that are on the NBA radar organized by positions. There is also a 2023 NBA Draft section at the bottom, so do not panic if you see someone omitted… they are probably down there for the time being.

There is still plenty of basketball left to be played and a ton of film left to watch, but things are slowly starting to clear up a bit. Let’s dive in!

DRAFT BOARD

–1st Round–

#1) Paolo Banchero- F, 6’10” (Duke)

#2) Jabari Smith- F, 6’10” (Auburn)

#3) Chet Holmgren- C, 7’0″ (Gonzaga)

#4) Jaden Ivey- G, 6’4″ (Purdue)

#5) Jalen Duren- C, 6’10” (Memphis)

#6) Bennedict Mathurin- W, 6’6″ (Arizona) ⇑

#7) Kendall Brown- F, 6’8″ (Baylor)

#8) Jaden Hardy- SG, 6’5″ (G League)

#9) Patrick Baldwin Jr.- F, 6’9″ (Milwaukee)

#10) A.J. Griffin- F, 6’6″ (Duke)

#11) Tari Eason- F, 6’9″ (LSU) ⇑

#12) Keegan Murray- F, 6’8″ (Iowa)

#13) Dyson Daniels- G, 6’6″ (G League Ignite) ⇑

#14) Johnny Davis- SG, 6’5″ (Wisconsin)

#15) TyTy Washingon- PG, 6’3″ (Kentucky)

#16) Jean Montero- PG, 6’2″ (Overtime Elite)

#17) Kennedy Chandler- PG, 6’1″ (Tennessee)

#18) MarJon Beauchamp- W, 6’6″ (G League Ignite)

#19) Ochai Agbaji- G/W, 6’6″ (Kansas)

#20) Hugo Besson- PG, 6’3″ (NZ Breakers)

#21) Nikola Jovic- F, 6’10” (Mega Basket)

#22) Trevor Keels- G/W, 6’5″ (Duke)

#23) Caleb Houstan- W, 6’8″ (Michigan)

#24) JD Davison- PG, 6’3″ (Alabama)

#25) Jabari Walker- F, 6’9″ (Colorado)

#26) Jeremy Sochan- F/C, 6’10” (Baylor) ⇑

#27) Harrison Ingram- F, 6’8″ (Stanford) ⇑

#28) Julian Champagnie- F, 6’8″ (St. John’s)

#29) Yannick Nzosa- C, 6’11’ (Malaga)

#30) Wendell Moore Jr.- F, 6’6″ (Duke)

–2nd Round–

#31) Mark Williams- C, 7’0″ (Duke)

#32) Christian Koloko- C, 6’10” (Arizona)

#33) Osumane Dieng- F, 6’9″ (NZ Breakers)

#34) Bryce McGowens- G/F, 6’6″ (Nebraska) 

#35) Caleb Love- PG, 6’4″ (UNC) ⇑

#36) Allen Flanigan- G/W, 6’6″ (Auburn)

#37) Roko Prkacin- F, 6’9″ (Cibona)

#38) Michael Foster- F, 6’9″ (G League Ignite)

#39) Christian Braun- SG, 6’6″ (Kansas) ⇑

#40) Keon Ellis- G/W, 6’6″ (Alabama) 

#41) Jaime Jaquez- W, 6’6″ (UCLA)

#42) Terrence Shannon Jr.- W, 6’7″ (Texas Tech)

#43) EJ Liddell- F, 6’7″ (Ohio St.)

#44) Hyunjung Lee- W/F, 6’7″ (Davidson) ⇑

#45) Trevion Williams- F/C, 6’10” (Purdue)

#46) Isaiah Mobley- C, 6’10” (USC)

#47) Ron Harper Jr.- F, 6’6″ (Rutgers)

#48) Iverson Molinar- G, 6’3″ (Mississippi St.)

#49) Matthew Mayer- W/F, 6’9″ (Baylor)

#50) Ismael Kamagate- C, 6’11” (Paris Basketball)

#51) Collin Gillespie- PG, 6’3″ (Villanova)

#52) Andrew Nembhard- PG, 6’5″ (Gonzaga)

#53) Malcolm Cazalon- G/W, 6’6″ (KK Mega)

#54) Khalifa Diop- C, 6’11” (Gran Canaria)

#55) Johnny Juzang- G/W, 6’6″ (UCLA) ⇓

#56) Mojave King- SG, 6’5″ (Adelaide 36ers)

#57) Kadary Richmond- G/W, 6’6″ (Seton Hall)

#58) Trayce Jackson-Davis- F/C, 6’9″ (Indiana)

#59) Julian Strawther- G/W, 6’7″ (Gonzaga)

#60) Oscar Tshiebwe- C, 6’9″ (Kentucky)


The Rest — By Positions

Guards

  • Jaden Shackelford- G, 6’3″ (Alabama)
  • Max Abmas- PG, 6’1″ (Oral Roberts)
  • Marcus Sasser- G, 6’1″ (Houston)
  • Mike Miles- G, 6’2″ (TCU)
  • Boogie Ellis- G, 6’3″ (USC)
  • Andre Curbelo- PG, 6’1″ (Illinois)
  • Jahvon Quinerly- PG, 6’1″ (Alabama)
  • Tyson Etienne- PG, 6’2″ (Wichita St.)
  • Davonte Davis- PG, 6’3″ (Arkansas)
  • Isaiah Wong- PG, 6’3″ (Miami)
  • James Akinjo- PG, 6’1″ (Baylor)
  • Scotty Pippen Jr.- PG, 6’2″ (Vanderbilt)
  • Will Richardson- G, 6’5″ (Oregon)
  • Taran Armstrong- PG, 6’5″ (Cal Baptist)
  • Matteo Spagnolo- G, 6’5″ (Vanoli Cremona)
  • Darryl Morsell- G, 6’5″ (Marquette)
  • Tevin Brown- SG, 6’5″ (Murray St.)
  • Michael Devoe- G, 6’5″ (Georgia Tech)
  • Jamaree Bouyea- G, 6’2″ (San Fransisco)
  • Tom Digbeu- G, 6’5″ (Brisbane)
  • Grant Sherfield- G, 6’2″ (Nevada)
  • David Roddy- G, 6’5″ (Colorado St.)
  • Alex Barcello- PG, 6’2″ (BYU)
  • Carlos Alocen- PG, 6’5″ (Real Madrid)
  • Fedor Zugic- G, 6’5″ (Ratiopharm)

Wings/Forwards

  • Justin Lewis- F, 6’7″ (Marquette)
  • Taevion Kinsey- G/W, 6’5″ (Marshall)
  • Marcus Bagley- F, 6’7″ (Arizona St.)
  • Gabriele Procida- G/W, 6’7″ (Bologna)
  • Tyler Burton- F, 6’7″ (Richmond)
  • Darius Days- F, 6’7″ (LSU)
  • Donta Scott- F, 6’7″ (Maryland)
  • Jalen Williams- G, 6’6″ (Santa Clara)
  • Buddy Boeheim- G/W, 6’6″ (Syracuse)
  • Keve Aluma- F, 6’9″ (Virginia Tech)
  • Jordan Hall- F, 6’8″ (St. Joseph’s)

Bigs

  • Ariel Hukporti- C, 7’0″ (Melbourne)
  • Drew Timme- C, 6’10” (Gonzaga)
  • Azuolas Tubelis- F/C, 6’11” (Arizona)
  • Tristan Vukcevic- C, 6’11” (Real Madrid)
  • Zach Edey- C, 7’4″ (Purdue)
  • Walker Kessler- C, 6’10” (Auburn)
  • Kofi Cockburn- C, 7’0″ (Illinois)
  • Pete Nance- F/C, 6’10” (Northwestern)
  • Ibou Dianko Badji- C, 7’1″ (Forca)
  • Tre Mitchell- F/C, 6’9″ (Texas)
  • Ryan Kalkbrenner- F/C, 7’0″ (Creighton)
  • Osun Osunniyi- F/C, 6’10” (St. Bonaventure)
  • Orlando Robinson- C, 7’0″ (Fresno St.)
  • Mario Nakic- F, 6’8″ (MoraBanc)
  • Dominick Barlow- F, 6’9″ (Overtime Elite)

Potential 2023 Prospects 

This by no means excludes any of these prospects from the 22′ Draft, but just find it difficult on where to properly rank them at the moment and view them more as players that could benefit from waiting a year before declaring.

I believe all of these guys definitely have a future in the league or will at least get an opportunity at the next level.

  • Peyton Watson- F,  6’8″ (UCLA)
  • Moussa Diabate- F/C, 6’11” (Michigan)
  • Max Christie- G/W, 6’5″ (Michigan St.)
  • Daimion Collins- F/C, 6’10” (Kentucky)
  • Tyrese Hunter- PG, 6’0″ (Iowa St.)
  • Blake Wesley- G, 6’5″ (Notre Dame)
  • Colby Jones- SG, 6’6″ (Xavier)
  • Matthew Cleveland- W, 6’7″ (Florida St.)
  • Justin Powell- G/W, 6’6″ (Tennessee)
  • Dalen Terry- G/W, 6’6″ (Arizona)
  • Nimari Burnett- G, 6’4″ (Auburn)
  • Hunter Sallis- G, 6’5″ (Gonzaga)

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