NBA Draft 2024: Best Players At Shooting, Defense, More

Zach Edey, C, Purdue

Zach Edey, ranked No. 16 in ESPN's Top 100, excels in pick-and-roll actions due to his 7-foot-5, 298-pound frame, setting wide screens and catching passes with his 7-foot-11 wingspan. His ability to rescreen.

Nikola Topic, PG, Red Star Belgrade (Serbia)

Nikola Topic, ranked No. 10 in ESPN's Top 100, is a top pick-and-roll player known for his instantaneous reads, precise game processing, and versatile passing. 

Ariel Hukporti, C, Melbourne (Australia)

Ariel Hukporti, ranked No. 64 in ESPN's Top 100, is the top rebounder per minute among draft prospects, averaging 16 rebounds per 40 minutes. At 7 feet tall with a 7-2.

Matas Buzelis, SF/PF, G League Ignite

Matas Buzelis, ranked No. 5 in ESPN's Top 100, demonstrates his 38-inch vertical leap through various dunks, including in-game windmills. At 6-10, his combination.

Reed Sheppard, PG/SG, Kentucky

Reed Sheppard, ranked No. 4 in ESPN's Top 100, boasts an impressive 51.4% shooting from long range on catch-and-shoot attempts. His consistent, compact release,.

Rob Dillingham, PG, Kentucky

Rob Dillingham, ranked No. 7 in ESPN's Top 100, possesses an explosive change of pace and a wide array of dribbling moves. His ability to manipulate defenses with his handle and pull-up jumper, combined.

Cam Spencer, SG, UConn

Cam Spencer, ranked No. 59 in ESPN's Top 100, is an elite pull-up shooter, hitting 44% of his 3-point attempts and 91% of his free throws. He excels in various shooting scenarios, including transition pull-ups.

Dalton Knecht, SF, Tennessee

Dalton Knecht, ranked No. 8 in ESPN's Top 100, excels at shooting on the move, hitting 39.7% of his shots off screens and 36.8% of his 3-pointers. His ability to set up defenders and maintain balance.

Best Pick-and-Roll Finisher

Zach Edey, ranked No. 16 in ESPN's Top 100, excels in pick-and-roll actions due to his 7-foot-5, 298-pound frame, setting wide screens and catching passes with his 7-foot-11 wingspan. His ability to rescreen.