Orlando Magic Daily Mock Draft Version 1.0: A lot of options for the Orlando Magic

Florida State Seminoles guard Devin Vassell is at the top of most Orlando Magic fans' draft boards. (Photo by Ryan M. Kelly/Getty Images)
Florida State Seminoles guard Devin Vassell is at the top of most Orlando Magic fans' draft boards. (Photo by Ryan M. Kelly/Getty Images) /
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Josh Green, Arizona Wildcats
Josh Green is a growing player and potential shooter coming from Arizona. (Photo by Jennifer Stewart/Getty Images) /

The Rest of the First Round

Here is the rest of the first round to finish off our first mock draft:

Leandro Bolmoro. 21. player. 73. . G. Denver Nuggets

Argentinian Leandro Bolmoro is a tall point guard at 6-foot-7 who is a solid playmaker and a pest defensively. He will need some time to catch up to NBA competition and improve his offensive skill set.

93. . F. Philadelphia 76ers. Tyler Bey. 22. player

Tyler Bey was the Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year this year and averaged 13.8 points per game. He can guard multiple positions and has a big 7-foot wingspan. His biggest issue is his lack of 3-point shooting. He made more than 40-percent of his threes last year but took only one attempt per game.

Aleksej Pokusevski. 23. player. 110. . C. Miami Heat

Aleksej Pokusevski is more of a power forward than a center and the Miami Heat love their sweet-shooting big men. Pokusevski has a 7-foot-3 wingspan and does well working off screens as a shooter. Teams will have to be smart with their scouting and research on him as he has not played a ton this season.

. PG. Utah Jazz. Cassius Winston. 24. player. 118

Cassius Winston had a stellar and legendary college career with the Michigan State Spartans. His size is about the only thing that could keep him from getting drafted higher. But his scoring exploits and basketball smarts should give him a fair chance of making it in the NBA.

. SG. Oklahoma City Thunder. Josh Green. 25. player. 149

Josh Green is an athletic 6-foot-6 guard who has shown a lot of promise in a lot of areas. He does not really stand out in any one way — he averaged a solid 12.0 points per game last year with the Arizona Wildcats. Green has the physical profile to make things work in the NBA. But he has a lot of work to do to make a real impact.

Boston Celtics. Robert Woodard. 26. player. 18. . F

Robert Woodard proved to be a solid versatile forward at the college level, averaging 11.4 points and 6.4 rebounds per game. He does a good job filling out gaps and being the perfect role player. That is if he can stand up at the NBA level. His versatility defensively should make him valuable if he can.

Isaiah Stewart. 27. player. 27. . C. New York Knicks

Isaiah Stewart is a stout 6-foot-9 who knows how to use his strength and weight to play defense at center and dominate the post. He averaged 17.0 points and 8.8 rebounds per game. Those are good numbers. But at his size, he probably is not more than a backup.

player. 81. . PG. Toronto Raptors. Nico Mannion. 28

I fully recognize that I have Nico Mannion going way later than he actually will. But I am just not enamored with him. He has gaudy assist numbers and is a really athletic player. But he makes a ton of mistakes an dis not a great shooter. His athleticism will give him a chance, but Mannion is kind of on my “Do Not Draft” list for the Orlando Magic. This mock probably reflects how low I am on him.

Los Angeles Lakers. Jahmi'us Ramsey. 29. player. 20. . PG

The Texas Tech point guard averaged 15.0 points per game and made 42.6 percent shooting from beyond the arc. His offensive prowess is pretty well known. He can score in almost any way. And being on a team like the Los Angeles Lakers where he does not have to do a ton of ball handling might help him more.

. F. Boston Celtics. Jordan Nwora. 30. player. 18

Jordan Nwora was a gifted scorer with the Louisville Cardinals last year, averaging 18.0 points and 7.7 rebounds per game. He put up some stellar games in big moments too. But Nwora doe snot really have a position and his ability to defend and create his own shot at the NBA level are still big question marks.

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We will be back with another Mock Draft when the draft process really begins to pick up during the Playoffs.