Freshman wing Terrence Clarke just misses the lottery at No. 15, while freshman forward Isaiah Jackson is projected at No. 25. As for Duke, they can expect a return to normal with four projected picks, led by freshman forward Jalen Johnson at No. 6, freshman guard D.J. Steward at 24, sophomore wing Wendell Moore at 34 and sophomore forward Matthew Hurt at 37. All Johnson did was go for 19 points, 19 rebounds, 5 assists and 4 blocks in his college debut. “Duke’s Jalen Johnson is physically ready at 6-9, 220 pounds, and perhaps the most unique prospect in the class skills-wise with his ambidextrous ballhandling and passing as well as outstanding defensive versatility. His jump shot will swing his ability to contend for No. 1 or slide to later in the lottery,” Givony wrote.
W’s adding Klay and a Top 6 pick next season? 😈😈😈 pic.twitter.com/Epj1sQx3Mw— warriorsworld (@warriorsworld) November 25, 2020
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Jalen Johnson looked SPECIAL in his Duke debut 👀— Overtime (@overtime) November 28, 2020
19 PTS | 19 REB | 5 AST | 4 BLK | 8/8 FG@Jalen_J23 (via @accmbb) pic.twitter.com/1CaBCpjadd