21. Marvin Bagley
Of course Wendell Carter Jr. wasn’t even the top Duke big man drafted last year. Marvin Bagley was the number two pick in the draft behind Deandre Ayton after a consensus All American season in which he averaged an efficient 21 points and 11 rebounds as a freshman for the Blue Devils.
Bagley had a great start to his NBA career with an impressive 15 points a game off the bench for the surprising Sacramento Kings, sprinkling in plenty of athleticism and highlight dunks en route to making First Team All Rookie. Bagley, De’Aaron Fox, and Buddy Hield have the Kings dreaming big as they move forward.