Which players and picks are on the move? We have a rundown of the latest deals.
- 26Isaiah StewartWashingtonC
- 27Jalen SmithMarylandPF
- 28Tyler BeyColoradoPF
- 29Jahmi'us RamseyTexas TechPG
- 30Cassius WinstonMichigan StatePG
- 31Udoka AzubuikeKansasC
- 32Vernon Carey JrDukeC
- 33Devon DotsonKansasPG
- 34Tre JonesDukePG
- 35Zeke NnajiArizonaPF
- 36Daniel OturuMinnesotaC
- 37Payton PritchardOregonPG
- 38Malachi FlynnSan Diego StatePG
- 39Grant RillerCharlestonPG
- 40Xavier TillmanMichigan StateC
- 41Elijah HughesSyracuseSG
- 42Desmond BaneTCUSG
- 43Jordan NworaLouisvillePF
- 44Tyrell TerryStanfordPG
- 45Skylar MaysLSUSG
- 46Jared ButlerBaylorPG
- 47Corey KispertGonzagaSF
- 48Abdoulaye N'doyeFrancePG
- 49Reggie PerryMississippi StateC
- 50Ashton HagansKentuckyPG
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