Top 10 signature moves from the 2022 NBA draft class

Chet Holmgren scored 1.36 points per possession as the transition "ball handler" at Gonzaga, according to Synergy Sports. Ezra Shaw/Getty Images

Magic Johnson had the no-look pass, Dirk Nowitzki had the leaning one-legged fadeaway, and now the next generation of prospective NBA stars in the 2022 NBA draft will look to bring their own signature moves to the hardwood.

Prior to next Tuesday's NBA draft lottery (8 p.m. ET, ESPN) draft expert Mike Schmitz examines 10 prospects in the ESPN Top 100 and the signature moves that were most associated with the players in college.

The top prospects of the 2022 draft class -- including Gonzaga's Chet Holmgren, Duke's Paolo Banchero and Auburn's Jabari Smith -- have already shown off their best moves at the college ranks, but the question is if they will translate against pro competition.