The 2020 NBA Draft is approaching and despite that, there is still plenty of rising and falling that prospects can potentially experience. Anthony Edwards remains in the mix at No. 1 overall while some players like Isaac Okoro could be rising up the board.
With NBA teams now fully focused on evaluating draft prospects, there will be more information gathered— causing some prospects to either rise or fall. This should begin to pick up next week as the NBA Draft is approaching closer.
In a year where there isn’t a clear consensus No. 1 overall pick like last year with Zion Williamson, there is room for plenty of change leading up to the actual day of the NBA Draft. For now, Anthony Edwards and LaMelo Ball appear to be the two prospects most in the mix.
When some prospects get the chance to show off all the work they’ve put in in the weight room and on the court during such a substantial off period, it could change some perceptions of teams. That can be for better or for worse, though. So that’s something to watch, too.
With that being said, let’s take a look at projections for the first round of the 2020 NBA Draft.