- 1Luguentz DortArizona StateSG
- 2Terence DavisOle MissSG
- 3Jontay PorterMissouriC
- 4DaQuan JeffriesTulsaSG
- 5Zylan CheathamArizona StatePF
- 6Shamorie PondsSt. John'sPG
- 7Jalen LecqueUSAPG
- 8Nazreon ReidLSUC
- 9Louis KingOregonSF
- 10Yovel ZoosmanIsraelSF
- 11Jaylen HoardWake ForestPF
- 12Justin RobinsonVirginia TechPG
- 13Jared HarperAuburnPG
- 14Dedric LawsonKansasPF
- 15Zach NorvellGonzagaSG
- 16Joshua ObiesieGermanyPG
- 17John KoncharPurdue Fort WayneSG
- 18Charles MatthewsMichiganSF
- 19Ky BowmanBoston CollegePG
- 20Tacko FallUCFC
- 21Brian BowenUSASF
- 22Adam MokokaFranceSG
- 23Kris WilkesUCLASF
- 24Sagaba KonateWest VirginiaC
- 25Josh ReavesPenn StateSG
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