Full Two-Round NBA Mock Draft Pre-March Madness

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AUBURN, ALABAMA – FEBRUARY 12: Isaac Okoro #23 of the Auburn Tigers reacts in the first half against the Alabama Crimson Tide at Auburn Arena on February 12, 2020 in Auburn, Alabama. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images) /

86. Pick Analysis. SF, Auburn. Minneosta Timberwolves. Isaac Okoro. 3. player. Scouting Report

The T-Wolves draft for need here, with Okoro not necessarily being the best player left on the board. Minny seems to be set at guard owever with their deadline acquisition D’Angelo Russell joining young players like Jarrett Culver and Josh Okogie. With KAT, they’re set at center, leaving a hole at the forward spot.

Isaac Okoro is one of the best wing options in the class, and his stock has risen exponentially throughout the season.

The 6’6 forward has averaged 13.0 points, 4.6 rebounds and 1.0 steals per game this season, while being one of the nation’s best perimeter defenders. Okoro’s motor has never been questioned, and would bring a nice intensity to Minnesota who just got rid of Andrew Wiggins who was constantly knocked for his lack of passion.

Okoro has made just 28 percent of his threes, and would likely have to improve on that shot if he were to live up to a top-three pick.

Others have higher ceilings than the Auburn forward, but Okoro should be among the most NBA-ready players in the draft.