March Madness relegates 2024 NBA Draft prospects to the background

The 2024 NBA Draft doesn't have a clear No. 1 pick just yet, but several players boosted their stock in the NCAA tournament. Whether it was center Donovan Clingan's dominance for the national champion Huskies of Connecticut, Tennessee's Dalton Knecht flying under the radar as one of the nation's best shooters, or any number of prospects who raised their profiles, the NBA now has some new names to consider at the top of the draft board.

Here's a look at how we view the pecking order entering the NBA combine and individual team workouts, with the order based on potential, floor, and fit as general managers and scouts determine how each player can help their franchise.

  1. Detroit Pistons: Nikola Topic, guard, Serbia
  2. Washington Wizards: Alex Sarr, forward, France
  3. San Antonio Spurs: Ron Holland, wing, G League Ignite
  4. Charlotte Hornets: Stephon Castle, guard, UConn
  5. Portland Trail Blazers: Zaccharie Risacher, wing, France
  6. Toronto Raptors: Matas Buzelis, wing, G League Ignite
  7. Memphis Grizzlies: Donovan Clingan, center, UConn
  8. Utah Jazz: Reed Sheppard, guard, Kentucky
  9. Houston Rockets: Rob Dillingham, guard, Kentucky
  10. Atlanta Hawks: Isaiah Collier, guard, USC
  11. Chicago Bulls: Kel'el Ware, center/forward, Indiana
  12. Oklahoma City Thunder: Kyle Filipowski, center/forward, Duke
  13. Portland Trail Blazers (via Warriors): Cody Williams, wing, Colorado
  14. New Orleans Pelicans: Devin Carter, guard, Providence
  15. Philadelphia 76ers: Tyler Smith, forward, G League Ignite
  16. Miami Heat: Dalton Knecht, wing, Tennessee
  17. Toronto Raptors: Yves Missi, center, Baylor
  18. Phoenix Suns: Ja'Kobe Walter, wing, Baylor
  19. New York Knicks: Tidjane Salaun, forward, France
  20. Atlanta Hawks (via Kings): Zach Edey, center, Purdue
  21. Orlando Magic: Jared McCain, guard, Duke
  22. New York Knicks: Bub Carrington, guard, Pitt
  23. New Orleans Pelicans: Tristan da Silva, forward, Colorado
  24. Cleveland Cavaliers: Johnny Furphy, forward, Kansas
  25. Washington Wizards: Kyshawn George, wing, Miami
  26. Milwaukee Bucks: Kevin McCullar, forward, Kansas
  27. Utah Jazz (via Thunder): DaRon Holmes II, big/forward, Dayton
  28. Minnesota Timberwolves: Tyler Kolek, guard, Marquette
  29. Denver Nuggets: Kwame Evans Jr., forward/center, Oregon
  30. Boston Celtics: Izan Almansa, big, G League Ignite

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