Team needs and outstanding trades have NOT yet been taken into account in this mock.
Philadelphia 76ers: Harry Giles, PF, Duke, 6-10, HS Sr.
The future Blue Devil suffered a torn ACL, so he is not playing his senior year. However, Giles is an athletic, skilled post player who is widely regarded as the top prospect in the 2016 class.
Los Angeles Lakers: Josh Jackson, G/F, Undecided, 6-7, HS Sr.
Jackson has elite athleticism and the ideal size to be a big-time NBA wing player.
Brooklyn Nets: Lonzo Ball, PG, UCLA, 6-6, HS Sr.
Possessing great size for the next level, Ball is a terrific passer and could play either guard spot in the NBA.
Phoenix Suns: Jayson Tatum, SF, Duke, 6-8, HS Sr.
Tatum is a skilled and mature wing who does a little bit of everything on the floor.
Minnesota Timberwolves: Deyonta Davis, PF, Michigan State, 6-10, Fr.
Davis possesses the physical attributes of a prototypical four-man in the NBA, but he needs to become more well-rounded on the offensive end.
New Orleans Pelicans: Jonathan Isaac, F, Florida State, 6-9, HS Sr.
A combo forward who still needs to fill out physically, Isaac is loaded with potential, which has NBA Scouts very intrigued.
New York Knicks: Frank Jackson, PG, Duke, 6-4, HS Sr.
With great size for the next level, Jackson has a terrific feel for the game and can shoot it from deep.
Sacramento Kings: Bam Adebayo, PF, Kentucky, 6-9, HS Sr.
With an NBA-ready body, Adebayo is extremely physical in the paint, but needs to develop his all-around offensive game.
Milwaukee Bucks: De'Aaron Fox, PG, Kentucky 6-3, HS Sr.
Fox's quickness and ability to get to the rim make him an explosive point guard.
Denver Nuggets: Terrance Ferguson, SG, Alabama, 6-5, HS Sr.
The former Alabama commit is a skilled scorer at the rim or shooting it from the perimeter.
Orlando Magic: Dennis Smith Jr., PG, N.C. State, 6-3, HS Sr.
Having missed this past season while recovering from knee surgery, Smith Jr. is another skilled point guard capable of scoring or being a distributor.
Houston Rockets: Frank Ntilikina, PG, Belgium, 6-5, 1998.
With great size for an NBA point guard, the Belgian is at his best when creating off the dribble.
Washington Wizards: Jonathan Jeanne, C, France, 7-2, 1997
An extremely athletic big man who is explosive at the rim and a shot-blocking presence, Jeanne is rail thin and needs to add muscle before coming to the NBA.
Chicago Bulls: Markelle Fultz, G, Washington, 6-4, HS Sr.
The Washington commit is a combo guard with great athleticism and ability to attack the rim.
Utah Jazz: Allonzo Trier, SG, Arizona, 6-5, Fr.
A pure scorer, Trier emerged as a dangerous offensive threat for the Wildcats this past season.