Isaac Okoro

2020 Collaborative NBA Mock Draft

October 19, 2020 R. C. Harris 0

Back in September, members of the Hoops Prospects staff (Lee Branscome, TJ Brown, Riley Millett, and myself) plus two friends of the site (Dustin Barnes and Coleman Klein) got together for the first-ever HP Collaborative NBA Mock Draft.  Each participant represented multiple teams in the draft (see below), and each started with 10 picks.  Unfortunately, Lee had to leave the draft at the end of [ . . . ]

Devin Vassell

Talking About FSU’s Prospects

September 9, 2020 R. C. Harris 0

I recently joined Rob Hess on his radio show “Nothin’ But Net Radio” to talk about Florida State’s three prospects in the 2020 NBA Draft. In order, we discussed: Devin Vassell — a high-level, all-around performer, who is projected to go ninth in our latest mock draft. Patrick Williams — who features fantastic measurables and is one of the youngest prospects in this class. Trent [ . . . ]

James Wiseman

2020 NBA Mock Draft – In-depth Version 2.0

September 8, 2020 R. C. Harris 0

The order for the 2020 NBA Draft is finally set, but the actual draft is at least six weeks away.  This class features a ton of point guards/combo guards, and at the same time, there is a notable shortage of wings with good size and a reliable outside shot.  Also, quality rim protectors are in short supply.   There is no clear-cut top prospect this year, [ . . . ]

Anthony Edwards

2020 NBA Mock Draft – In-depth Version 1.0

June 19, 2020 R. C. Harris 1

Hoops Prospects has been updating its mock draft since October, and even though the draft is nearly four months away, it’s time to explore each selection in detail.  The 2020 draft class has no clear-cut top prospect, with at least three players being a viable possibility to be the No. 1 overall pick.  This class features a ton of point guards/combo guards, and at the [ . . . ]

Patrick Williams

Patrick Williams Scouting Report

June 18, 2020 Lee Branscome 0

Although he arrived in Tallahassee as a consensus Top 25 recruit in the country, Patrick Williams did not simply waltz into Leonard Hamilton’s starting lineup.  Coming off the bench, Williams generated impressive production as part of the deepest lineup in the country; eleven players averaged at least nine minutes a game, including another lottery-pick hopeful, Devin Vassell. Nonetheless, when you turn on the Florida State [ . . . ]