- 1 (1)Andrew WigginsKansasSG
- 2 (2)Jabari ParkerDukeSF
- 3 (3)Joel EmbiidKansasC
- 4 (4)Aaron GordonArizonaPF
- 5 (5)Dante ExumAustraliaPG
- 6 (6)Marcus SmartOklahoma StatePG
- 7 (7)Julius RandleKentuckyPF
- 8 (8)Nik StauskasMichiganSG
- 9 (9)Noah VonlehIndianaPF
- 10 (10)Elfrid PaytonLouisianaPG
- 11 (11)Doug McDermottCreightonSF
- 12 (12)Dario SaricCroatiaPF
- 13 (13)Zach LaVineUCLAPG
- 14 (14)T.J. WarrenNC StateSF
- 15 (15)Adreian PayneMichigan StatePF
- 16 (16)Jusuf NurkicBosnia & HerzegovinaC
- 17 (17)James YoungKentuckySF
- 18 (18)Tyler EnnisSyracusePG
- 19 (19)Gary HarrisMichigan StateSG
- 20 (20)Bruno CabocloBrazilSF
- 21 (21)Mitch McGaryMichiganPF
- 22 (22)Jordan AdamsUCLASG
- 23 (23)Rodney HoodDukeSG
- 24 (24)Shabazz NapierUConnPG
- 25 (25)Clint CapelaSwitzerlandPF
- 26 (26)P.J. HairstonNorth CarolinaSG
- 27 (27)Bogdan BogdanovicSerbiaSG
- 28 (28)C.J. WilcoxWashingtonSG
- 29 (29)Josh HuestisStanfordPF
- 30 (30)Kyle AndersonUCLAPF
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