6 College Players Who Can Improve Their NBA Draft Stock in March

Dan Mennella
March 04, 2020 - 10:48 am

The 2020 NBA Draft appears to be shaping up similarly to those of recent vintage. Specifically, the college prospects are getting younger, and there is also a sizable contingent of prospects from leagues overseas—both Americans and otherwise. LaMelo Ball, the potential top pick in the draft, is one such player.

The arguments for or against playing abroad is a separate matter entirely, but in effect the US college players have an advantage in getting the spotlight to themselves in March while their peers play in relative obscurity. In a year where there is little consensus over the top 10 or so picks, let alone the top 20, every break could help.

Here are a handful of NBA draft prospects who can move up draft boards in their final regular-season games, conference tournament, and potentially in March Madness: