2020 NBA mock draft: Big questions for next season

James Wiseman was a critical recruit for Penny Hardaway and the cornerstone of Memphis' top-ranked 2019 class. Sam Forencich/USA BAsketball

Now that Zion Williamson and the rest of the 2019 class have been drafted into the NBA, it's time to shift our full attention to next year's crop of prospects.

James Wiseman and Cole Anthony have stood out for the better part of three years in settings such as USA Basketball, the Nike EYBL, Basketball Without Borders camps and various FIBA events. That has given us a good starting point to begin to evaluate the 2020 class -- as well as 2021, which is already underway.

We'll continue that process over the course of the summer, attending the FIBA Under-19 World Cup, plus the A and B divisions of the FIBA Europe junior championships, including the U16, U18 and U20 tournaments. We'll cap that off with the CP3 camp and USA Basketball minicamp in July, and the Nike Skills Academy in August. Be on the lookout for our first projection of the 2021 NBA draft in the fall.

Here's what we know so far for 2020 and what we're watching most closely: