2022 NBA Draft: Remaining Player Rankings

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Here’s the rest of my player rankings for the 2022 NBA draft. You can find my top 20 here.

21. Tari Eason- LSU

22. Blake Wesley- Notre Dame

23. Ousmane Dieng- France

24. E.J. Liddell- Ohio State

25. Jake LaRavia- Wake Forest

Notes: Tari Eason’s athleticism and defense are NBA ready, he just needs to prove himself on the offensive end. I see shades of Jrue Holiday on both ends in Blake Wesley’s versatile skillset. 6-10 Frenchman Ousmane Dieng’s shooting ability and handle are quite intriguing, but I have him lower on my rankings due to poor efficiency (27.1% 3-PT last season in the NBL). EJ Liddell’s ability to play inside and out at his size (6-7, 240 pounds) should translate nicely to the NBA. When it comes to size, strength, and shooting ability, you’re not going to find many prospects in this draft like Jake LaRavia (6-8, 235 pounds, career 37.1% 3-PT shooter).

26. Max Christie- Michigan State

27. Dalen Terry- Arizona

28. Andrew Nembhard- Gonzaga

29. Trevor Keels-Duke

30. Michael Foster- G League Ignite

Notes: Despite an inconsistent season at Michigan State, I trust that Max Christie’s game is better suited for the NBA than college. At 27, I love the confidence of Dalen Terry, as he definitely has some areas to work on, but always plays winning basketball. I can see Andrew Nembhard being one of the best point guards in this class and reminds me of Tyus Jones. Duke’s Trevor Keels is a gifted offensive player with productive shooting and finishing attributes. And for my 30th ranked player, I had to put Michael Foster on this list. He’s too good not to be a 1st round pick, but probably won’t be. However, when it comes to talent and having an NBA ready body, there’s not many flaws Foster has at the pro level.

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