10. Victor Oladipo (Indiana)
Despite being a battle-tested star after playing in one of the top high school basketball hotbeds in the nation in the Washington, D.C. area, Victor Oladipo was only a three-star recruit when he chose to play basketball at Indiana University. After a standout season in Bloomington, the Orlando Magic took Oladipo with the 2nd overall pick in the 2013 NBA Draft.
Oladipo’s early career got off to a rocky start, with him appearing to look like a bust while a member of the Magic and later the Oklahoma City Thunder. But when the latter traded him to the Indiana Pacers as part of the Paul George trade, Oladipo’s career arc went on a meteoric rise, with him being named All-NBA third team in 2018.